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It even had a 'Breakfast At Tiffany's' theme!
Janella Salvador may have kept mum about her pregnancy to the public, but her closest friends weren't at all oblivious to her exciting journey towards motherhood. In fact, way before she introduced her son Jude to the world, one of
Find out her real outfit inspiration here!
Fashion fans who have watched Netflix's Emily In Paris would have noticed that the show's wardrobe has a slew of similarities with series like Sex And The City, as well as the hit movie The Devil Wears Prada. Well, that'
Season 1 spoilers, but they're worth it.
New Netflix show Emily In Paris may have received a mixed bag of reviews so far, but we really don't think anyone can argue with the fact it's an irresistibly easy watch. Case in point: we're
'None of us here is completely fine after a breakup.'
Do Hee (Seo Ji Hye), a producer who works for an online video company, is convinced that her boyfriend is going to propose to her. She couldn't be more wrong because he's actually seeing someone else! After getting
The likeness is uncanny!
Heart Evangelista just posted a video clip and photos of herself looking every inch like actress and fashion icon Audrey Hepburn's iconic character Holly Golightly in the movie Breakfast At Tiffany's. Hair, shades, earrings, black dress, and gloves?
Just like Audrey, Anne looks every bit like a classic beauty!
Anne Curtis is literally channeling style icon Audrey Hepburn for the FAMAS Awards 2019 awards night where she's nominated for Best Actress in the film, Sid And Aya: Not A Love Story.On April 28, the day of the awarding ceremony,
She was left ~breathless~.
Miss Universe 2015 Pia Wurtzbach will make history this year as the first Filipino celebrity to have a wax figure in Madame Tussauds Hong Kong.Pia visited the wax museum on Sunday, February 17, and had her photos taken with celebrity wax
Reel and real life style goals!
Have you ever completely fallen in love with how a fictional character dressed up? It's happened to us more than once, and we're pleased to let you know that the actresses behind your favorite characters are just as
Get inspo from these glamorous flicks!
When was the last time you turned to something other than the 'gram for fashion inspo? Although I love TV shows and magazines just as much as the next Cosmo Girl, there's a special place in my heart for
Their style is timeless.
Get your style cues from these iconic big screen queens! How can we forget her timeless little black dress from Breakfast at Tiffany's? The dress that started it all is the perfect canvas to accessorize!Little Black Dress With High
The theme? 'Cocktails at Tiffany's!'
After her secret bridal shower trip in September to Los Angeles with her closest friends, 32-year-old Anne Curtis got her second celebration in Manila hosted by her sister, Jasmine Curtis-Smith.This time, Anne had a Breakfast at Tiffany's-
You HAVE to see her as Harry Potter, too!
Freaking out! We just found a girl who could pass as Audrey Hepburn. 17-year-old Annelies van Overbeek rose to internet stardom after photos of her went viral on Instagram, and understandably so. Just look at her:Here she is paying
Terrifying AND potentially dangerous!
As a beauty-obsessed girl, I've kept a long list of beauty pegs throughout the years. My list contains including Adele and her smoky eyes, Bianca Gonzalez and her lipstick game, Janine Gutierrez and her brows, and many more. But when
The actress knows beauty has a lot to do with how we see and feel about ourselves and the world.
For decades now, Audrey Hepburn has been every woman's peg. She's classy and fun and philanthropic-beautiful inside and out. Her youngest son Luca Dotti, in an interview with Yahoo! Health, says that Audrey "had a natural instinct toward a
Quickie Blogger Sheng talks about why marriage is not exactly part of her list of to-do's in life--and why she would really rather stay single.
Here's some musing about Audrey Hepburn classics and why kitschy endings aren't always what we want to see.
SAN FRANCISCO - The other day, I got into thinking about how much stock we put into happy endings when, upon catching sight of Tiffany & Co. from where I was seated at Union Square in San Francisco, I remembered the Audrey Hepburn film