An Explosive Fire Erupted at the Coachella Campground Early Saturday Morning

A large fire broke out at Coachella around 2 A.M. PST Saturday morning, following the first night of the music festival. Festivalgoers say they heard explosions and noticed that a mobile shower area had gone up in flames, with one camper reportedly fleeing from the area in his towel and calling on others to get out.

The Riverside County Fire Department responded quickly, blocking off the area and making sure everyone was safe. They contained the fire by 2:28 A.M, according to their Twitter. The Evening Standard reports that the festival sent out an alert to campers telling them to “STAY AWAY” (emphasis Coachella’s) from the burning showers in lot 4B.

As of 9 A.M. EST, no injuries have been reported, thankfully, although the footage captured by those at the festival definitely looks terrifying.

According to the fire department, there were two mobile shower trailers involved, one of which was “damaged” and the other “destroyed.”

It’s still TBD exactly what caused the fire, though some festivalgoers seem to think it was a propane tank near the shower block.

We’ll update this post as we know more.

An Explosive Fire Erupted at the Coachella Campground Saturday Morning

A large fire broke out at Coachella around 2 A.M. PST Saturday morning, following the first night of the music festival. Festivalgoers say they heard explosions and noticed that a mobile shower area had gone up in flames, with one camper reportedly fleeing from the area in his towel and calling on others to get out.

The Riverside County Fire Department responded quickly, blocking off the area and making sure everyone was safe. They contained the fire by 2:28 A.M, according to their Twitter. The Evening Standard reports that the festival sent out an alert to campers telling them to “STAY AWAY” (emphasis Coachella’s) from the burning showers in lot 4B.

As of 9 A.M. EST, no injuries have been reported, thankfully, although the footage captured by those at the festival definitely looks terrifying.

According to the fire department, there were two mobile shower trailers involved, one of which was “damaged” and the other “destroyed.”

It’s still TBD exactly what caused the fire, though some festivalgoers seem to think it was a propane tank near the shower block.

We’ll update this post as we know more.

An Explosive Fire Broke Out at the Coachella Campground Saturday Morning

A large fire broke out at Coachella around 2 A.M. PST Saturday morning, following the first night of the music festival. Festivalgoers say they heard explosions and noticed that a mobile shower area had gone up in flames, with one camper reportedly fleeing from the area in his towel and calling on others to get out.

The Riverside County Fire Department responded quickly, blocking off the area and making sure everyone was safe. They contained the fire by 2:28 A.M, according to their Twitter. The Evening Standard reports that the festival sent out an alert to campers telling them to “STAY AWAY” (emphasis Coachella’s) from the burning showers in lot 4B.

As of 9 A.M. EST, no injuries have been reported, thankfully, although the footage captured by those at the festival definitely looks terrifying.

According to the fire department, there were two mobile shower trailers involved, one of which was “damaged” and the other “destroyed.”

It’s still TBD exactly what caused the fire, though some festivalgoers seem to think it was a propane tank near the shower block.

We’ll update this post as we know more.

Julia Roberts Wore $44 Baublebar Rings With a Custom Salvatore Ferragamo Suit

Celebrity jewelry sightings tend to fall in to two categories: million-dollar diamonds or small bargains that we can actually shop for ourselves. Julia Roberts is the latest celebrity to join Meghan Markle and Bella Hadid as a member of the second camp, after she wore several rainbow rings from Baublebar, the affordable jewelry brand responsible for some of the most Instagrammed accessories out there. Oh, and she wore it with a full designer outfit. Casual.

Roberts attended a dedication ceremony at the Hollywood Walk of Fame for her friend, Rita Wilson on March 29 in Los Angeles. She arrived in a colorful outfit, featuring a green pantsuit custom-designed for her by Salvatore Ferragamo and $695 Sophia Webster booties.

Her bag was just as luxurious: Roberts carried a Salvatore Ferragamo bag that retails for $1,650.

Though the main outfit credits skewed designer, the Ben Is Back actress did sneak a high-low moment into her ceremony look. She mixed and matched different necklaces and rings, all in line with the rainbow accessories theme she had going on. On her hands, she stacked a bunch of on-trend multicolor rings, which were later identified as Baublebar’s popular Alidia styles.

The baguette-style ring comes in nine different colorways: green, light blue, peach, topaz, pastel, iridescent, multi, primary rainbow, and rainbow. Each one goes for $44.

According to Baublebar, it’s one of the brand’s most popular items: Apparently, the Alidia “sold out in just 3 days after it first launched.” Lucky for Julia—and for us—the supply has since been replenished.

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There’s extra incentive to pick up Roberts’ affordable stackable rings right now: Baublebar has a promotion going on where, when you buy two or more Alidia rings together, you get 20 percent off. That means you can go the Julia Roberts route and mix and match—custom designer suit optional.

L’Oréal Paris’ Voluminous X Fiber Is the Best Fiber Mascara I’ve Ever Used

My obsession with eyelashes runs deep. When I was little, I was captivated by Bratz dolls’ huge drawn-on lashes and heavy bedroom eyes, despite not being allowed to play with them. (We were a Barbie household.) Twiggy was my beauty icon before I even started wearing makeup. When the time came, mascara was the first beauty product I was allowed to wear out of the house. To this day, I’ll apply a few coats on my lashes even when I know I won’t be leaving my apartment. It just makes me fee like myself.

In my 10-plus years as a mascara wearer, I’ve probably burned through 1,000 tubes of the stuff. I’ve racked up a solid list of favorites. However, I only earned my title as a true Lash Obsessive when I got extensions this fall. Mascara is a transformative product for sure (especially when you have lashes as sparse as mine), but it doesn’t hold a candle to the power of extensions.

I was hooked from the get-go. My lash extensions made me feel glamorous in an old Hollywood way. I could be wearing jeans and a T-shirt, but I felt camera-ready. I understood why suddenly everyone on Instagram was trading in the mascara.. But of course, there’s a catch: Lash extensions are expensive and high maintenance. Plus, they irritated my sensitive eyes. After about three months, I kissed my extensions goodbye and returned to my stash of drugstore mascaras.

I’ve been a longtime fan of L’Oréal mascaras. (Telescopic is my OG fave.) Having tasted the extension side of life, I decided to give a new formula a go. So, I reached for the brand’s new Voluminous X Fiber Mascaraa Glamour Beauty Award Winner. And it was love at first swipe.

As the name suggests, the Voluminous X Fiber is a fiber mascara that uses a two-step system to build lashes up to almost-extension status.

The first step is a black primer. It essentially acts as a base coat for what’s to come, and is really lengthening and volumizing—I find it’s enough on it’s own for days where I want a more natural look (or don’t have time for another layer.) The second is a fiber mascara, which uses fibers to coat the lashes and really builds up the volume and drama on your lashes.

The Voluminous X Fiber formula is pitch-black, but actually feels as light as air. I love a heavy lash look, but that normally means I have to sacrifice volume. Because of the fibers, though, this product gets you that drama without having to overdo it on the product, which means your lashes stay fluffy. I wouldn’t call it a natural look (which is fine by me), but it does look more realistic than most.

Another thing I love about this mascara are the brushes. On the fiber side, it’s an elongated hourglass shape that grabs every.single.lash. Seriously, when I swipe it on, it makes it seem like my lashes doubled. The fiber side has a curved brush, which curls my lashes and adds that touch of glam that I live for.

I might not be able to get lash extensions anymore, but L’Oreal’s Voluminous X Fiber mascara has gotten me closer to that look than I’d ever found at the drugstore. And that’s fine by me.

Buy it: L’Oreal Voluminous X Fiber Mascara, $8, Ulta. Check out all 214 winners from this year’s Glamour Beauty Awards here.

Bella Cacciatore is the beauty assistant at Glamour. Follow her at @bellacacciatore_ on Instagram.

Who Is Left on Arya Stark’s Kill List From ‘Game of Thrones’ and Why?

Melisandre
Why she was on the list: She kidnapped Gendry while they were with the Brotherhood Without Banners.
Status: Old as hell but still alive, thanks to the Lord of Light—and her magical necklace.

Beric Dondarrion
Why he was on the list: He sold Gendry to Melisandre.
Status: He’s died and been resurrected at least six times, but following the Red Priest’s death, he’s now on his last life. And stuff at Eastwatch isn’t looking good…

Names that have been X’ed off her list

Walder Frey
Why he was on the list: He killed Arya’s mom, her brother, Robb, and Robb’s direwolf in the Red Wedding.
How he was offed: Arya baked his sons in a pie, fed it to him while wearing one of their faces, and slit his throat. Savage.

Joffrey
Why he was on the list: Oh, beside the fact that he was the literal worst? He’s the one who sentenced her father to death.
How he was offed: As she revealed to Jaime in her dying moments, the privilege of this kill—by poison at Joffrey’s own wedding—belongs to Lady Olenna.

Tywin Lannister
Why he was on the list: He was the mastermind behind the Red Wedding.
How he was offed: By Tyrion, with a crossbow, while his dad was on the toilet (the best game of Clue if we ever heard one).

Thoros of Myr
Why he was on the list: He, too, took part in selling Gendry to Melisandre.
How he was offed: A wight grizzy bear got to him North of the wall and he froze to death.

Meryn Trant
Why he was on the list: He killed Syrio Forel, Arya’s water dance teacher.
How he was offed: Arya steals a face from the Hall of Faces and stabs him repeatedly in a Braavosi brothel.

Polliver
Why he was on the list: He killed Lommy (one of Arya’s friends from the group going to the Night’s Watch), he stole Needle, and he tortured people at Harrenhal.
How he was offed: By fluke, Arya and the Hound ran into him at an inn—and Arya seized her chance for revenge.

Rorge
Why he was on the list: Wait, Rorge who? Yeah, it’s been awhile since we saw this dude. He was one of the criminals taken from Harrenhal—and he threatened to rape Arya.
How he was offed: Arya got him! She stabbed Needle right through his heart after he tried attacking her and the Hound while they were on the run.

And now, the wait until Sunday. We know that technically winter is here, but can it still come a little sooner?

Why All the ‘Game of Thrones’ Women Are Dressing Alike in Season 8

When the final season of Game of Thrones debuts this Sunday, winter will have officially arrived in the Seven Kingdoms. From the trailers, it’s obvious that the series will have a nail-biting conclusion. But watch again and you may catch on to a subtle but symbolic change in the way the women of Westeros are represented onscreen.

In all images we’ve seen of season eight, the female leads and fan favorites to rule Westeros, including Daenerys Targaryen, Sansa Stark, and Cersei Lannister, are bundled up in structured, multilayered costumes. According to Game of Thrones costume designer Michele Clapton, these looks are only “partly” a result of the White Walkers’ preferably chilly forecast. As for the other part? Season eight’s costumes also nod to the female characters’ shared quests for autonomy and power in the series.

Now that Westeros is gearing up for an epic, all-encompassing battle—literally and figuratively—the women have striking costumes to match. “The silhouette of the women is strong and their bodies are covered,” Clapton says. Visually, it’s the culmination of the individual arcs they’ve had over the course of the show. “They have all had a journey—some harder than others. They’ve all been abused or disrespected by men, usually simply because they are women. They all want power, some at any cost.”

Rewind to Game of Thrones‘ early seasons and you’ll notice that many of the women wore low-cut, colorful dresses. These often reflected an imbalance of power between them and the men around them; they had big ambitions, but they had to be concealed behind a traditionally feminine facade. (Clapton cites Margery Tyrell as a prime example of this look.) In the final season, the women are largely on equal footing with the men around them. Also, “they are not using their sexuality to achieve or claim power,” Clapton says. “We’ve moved beyond that.”

While all of the women’s power looks include traditionally masculine elements (think strong shoulders, chains, and lots of armor) in the final season, they’re tailored to each character’s distinct aesthetic. The two biggest competitors for the crown—Daenerys Targaryen and Cersei Lannister—wear the most overtly battle-ready outfits. On Daenerys, it’s a mix of sharp-shouldered coats and dresses with crossed bodices. Cersei, meanwhile, wears head-to-toe black leather, embellished with chains and plated armor. Both women share high-necked silhouettes.

For the Starks and their sworn protector, Brienne of Tarth, the nods to their pursuits for power are more subtle. Instead of armor, they’re dressed in layers of draped furs similar to the men of the Night’s Watch and the Northern armies. In Arya’s and Sansa’s cases, there’s also subtle wolf imagery embroidered on their dress fronts, nodding to their shared House Stark lineage.

Symbols of power and ambition were incorporated into some wardrobes before the final season. Cersei was the first to adopt power dressing in the early seasons, when Clapton wove armor and heavy jewelry into her outfits “to insist visually on her belief of her rightful place.” At the time, her accessories were meant to ward off competitors like a young Sansa Stark and Margery Tyrell.

In the final season every major player in Westeros has a similar objective—to defeat the White Walkers and claim the Iron Throne—and they’re wearing similar outfits for the mission. When you see Dany suiting up in her white fur coat or Cersei pulling on a leather jacket with chains, it’s a visual power cue. No matter who you think the winner of the Game of Thrones will be, the women of Westeros are all dressed as though victory is theirs.

Halie LeSavage is the fashion associate at Glamour. Follow her @halielesavage.

The Next Big 2019 Fashion Trend Is… Shrimp?

A few months ago, I learned my boyfriend of eleven years was allergic to cherries.

“I told you this,” he insisted. “I’m allergic to cherries—and shrimp.”

The irony was that, as he was saying this, we were sitting across from one another, each wearing a tie-dye sweatshirt. Mine had a shrimp appliqué on it; his, a cherry. Both were mine.

Despite his allergies, he was a fan of cherry prints, a trend that took over fashion—and my closet—in 2018. Designers like Susan Alexandra, Harley Viera Newton, and Mercedes Salazar released cutesy pieces inspired by the stone fruit.

The trend caught on quick. Celebrities like Selena Gomez, Ariel Winter, and Kaia Gerber were photographed wearing cherry prints. During Fashion Week, it wasn’t uncommon to see a model or influencer carrying a cherry bag or sporting a cherry-print something.

Of all the cherry items that made their way into my wardrobe last year, that sweatshirt was my favorite. I bought it from Kozak, a brand that makes limited-edition tie-dye pieces in New York with fun appliqués. I loved it so much, I decided to buy another one—this time, with a shrimp on it.

I started wearing my shrimp sweatshirt everywhere. That’s when I started noticing similar crustacean-inspired fashion items start popping up on my Instagram. The London-based brand Shrimps featured its namesake prominently in a collaboration with Converse. Susan Alexandra was selling a pair of shrimp studs, a shrimp bracelet, and a shrimp necklace. A new brand literally named Prawn Cocktail started gaining a following from the fashion crowd. I asked myself: Is shrimp the 2019 version of the cherry?

“Shrimp is my favorite food!” Susan Korn, the designer behind Susan Alexandra, tells me. “I absolutely sense a trend brewing, especially at a time when we look to fashion as a distraction from the weight of the outside world. Shrimps represent parties and decadence and summer evenings on Italian coasts.”

At just over 6,000 followers, Prawn Cocktail is slowly emerging as one of the fashion crowd’s favorite purveyors of unique, shrimp-inspired pieces. Melbourne-based designer Beatrix Rowe sells hand-painted vintage bags with prawns on them, and says the account has “slowly gained a small but incredibly dedicated following.”

“People seem pleasantly surprised at the niche of Prawn handbags,” Roxe says. Almost all of the bags currently listed on its website have sold out after being photographed during the most recent Fashion Week.

It’s not just accessories getting the shrimp treatment: Rachel Antonoff‘s Spring 2019 collection was inspired by “the idea of a beachy print that your dad might buy as a big Hawaiian shirt on a family vacation,” she says. Front and center? A prawn-print skirt and bra top, meant to be worn as a set.

The brand Shrimps might be the originator of this trend—not only because of its name, but because of its logo, featuring two little pink shrimp facing one another, in the shape of a heart. Designer Hannah Weiland says the name originally come from her childhood nickname, but she loves incorporating shrimp into her collections when she can.

“There’s something really sweet and fun about them that just works,” she explains.

“I see a bright future for the shrimp,” Paige Kozak, the designer of my shrimp sweatshirt, tells me. “This might just be me. But shrimp feels like a hybrid of the conch shell and cherry craze. They’re fun, irreverent—something familiar but fresh in their application to fashion. Perfect for summer. Viva la shrimp!”

The Next Big 2019 Fashion Trend Is…Shrimp?

A few months ago, I learned my boyfriend of 11 years is allergic to cherries.

“I told you this,” he insisted. “I’m allergic to cherries—and shrimp.”

As he was saying this, we were sitting across from each other, both wearing tie-dyed sweatshirts. Mine had a shrimp appliqué on it; his, a cherry. Both were mine.

Despite his allergies, he was a fan of cherry prints, a trend that took over fashion—and my closet—in 2018. Designers like Susan Alexandra, Harley Viera Newton, and Mercedes Salazar released cutesy pieces inspired by the stone fruit.

The trend caught on quick. Celebrities like Selena Gomez, Ariel Winter, and Kaia Gerber were photographed wearing cherry prints. During Fashion Week, it wasn’t uncommon to see a model or influencer carrying a cherry bag or sporting a cherry-print something.

Of all the cherry items that made their way into my wardrobe last year, that sweatshirt was my favorite. I bought it from Kozak, a brand in New York that makes limited-edition tie-dyed pieces with fun appliqués. I loved it so much I decided to buy another one—this time with a shrimp on it.

I started wearing my shrimp sweatshirt everywhere. That’s when I started noticing similar crustacean-inspired fashion items popping up on my Instagram. The London-based brand Shrimps featured its namesake prominently in a collaboration with Converse. Susan Alexandra was selling a pair of shrimp studs, a shrimp bracelet, and a shrimp necklace. A new brand actually named Prawn Cocktail started gaining a following among the fashion crowd. I asked myself: Is shrimp the 2019 version of the cherry?

“Shrimp is my favorite food!” Susan Korn, the designer behind Susan Alexandra, tells me. “I absolutely sense a trend brewing, especially at a time when we look to fashion as a distraction from the weight of the outside world. Shrimps represent parties and decadence and summer evenings on Italian coasts.”

With just over 6,000 followers, Prawn Cocktail is slowly emerging as one of the fashion crowd’s favorite purveyors of unique, shrimp-inspired pieces. Melbourne-based designer Beatrix Rowe sells hand-painted vintage bags with prawns on them, and says the account has “slowly gained a small but incredibly dedicated following.”

“People seem pleasantly surprised at the niche of Prawn handbags,” Roxe says. Almost all of the bags currently listed on its website have sold out after being photographed during the most recent Fashion Week.

It’s not just accessories getting the shrimp treatment: Rachel Antonoff‘s spring 2019 collection was inspired by “the idea of a beachy print that your dad might buy as a big Hawaiian shirt on a family vacation,” she says. Front and center? A prawn-print skirt and bra top, meant to be worn as a set.

The brand Shrimps might be the originator of this trend—not only because of its name but because of its logo, featuring two little pink shrimp facing each other, in the shape of a heart. Designer Hannah Weiland says the name originally came from her childhood nickname, but she loves incorporating shrimp into her collections when she can.

“There’s something really sweet and fun about them that just works,” she explains.

“I see a bright future for the shrimp,” Paige Kozak, the designer of my shrimp sweatshirt, tells me. “This might just be me. But shrimp feels like a hybrid of the conch shell and cherry crazes. Shrimp are fun, irreverent—something familiar but fresh in their application to fashion. Perfect for summer. Viva la shrimp!”

The Meghan Markle ‘Duchess Difficult’ Rumors Just Won’t Stop—and This One Is Bizarre

Late last year, rumors started flying that Meghan Markle was a quote-unquote “difficult” duchess. Apparently, she’s been upsetting dozens of palace staff members by having the audacity to—gasp—send emails at 5:30 in the morning. This “up and at ’em West Coast energy,” as The Daily Mail put it in November, is reportedly rubbing some the wrong way—so much so, tabloids have coined the phrase “Hurricane Meghan.”

It’s obvious this narrative is a complete exaggeration. Royals expert Katie Nicholl confirmed as much to Glamour when she said, “Meghan brings a different regime to the palace. She does things differently. She’s a very intelligent, articulate, and driven woman. I think she works at a different speed than most people. She’s got an incredible work ethic. But I think it’s a case of her getting used to a new regime, and the new regime getting used to her. There’s nothing that can’t be ironed out.”

But nevertheless the “diva” rumors are persisting—and this latest one is particularly bizarre. According to The Sun, staff members at Frogmore Cottage, Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s new home, have been “banned” from using the parking lot closest to the residence and instead must use the one a mile away.

The sources who spoke to The Sun seem to confirm a change in parking permits is happening, but here’s the kicker: It reportedly was the superintendent of the castle’s decision, not Markle’s. And yet all the tabloids reporting this story are making it seem like Markle woke up and randomly decreed, “You know what would be fun? Forcing all the staff members to walk a mile to work each day.” The headline in one article starts with “Not in Meg Back Yard,” which is apparently the acronym insiders are using to describe this change. That makes it sound like Markle is the one behind the choice.

Which is frustrating. This is a woman who bakes banana bread in her free time and says the word “wonderful” like a Disney princess. I find it hard to believe she’s changing the parking situation at Frogmore just because she and Prince Harry “don’t want to look out of their window and see cars coming and going,” as one source claims. Meghan Markle does yoga, for crying out loud. She’s calm. She’s zen. She’s doesn’t give a fuck if the chef’s 2007 Toyota Camry is parked outside her house. She’s too busy deciding which vegan paint color her new living room should be.

In all seriousness, there’s probably a perfectly logical reason why the parking at Frogmore Cottage is changing—and my guess is it has nothing to do with Markle being “difficult.” It’s ridiculous that ambitious and opinionated women are still getting strapped with that word in 2019. If this story is true, and the Frogmore staff does feel inconvenienced, I wouldn’t be surprised if Markle starts some kind of shuttle service to accommodate them. It’ll be a luxurious-as-hell service, too, with leather seats and TV screens playing old Suits episodes on a loop. Mark my words.