Planning a Sundance wardrobe presents the seasonal struggle between staying warm and staying trendy. As stated before, we are not advocates of bare legs in winter thus we suggest opting for something a little more practical for Park City in January. Here are our Sundance must-haves that will take you from day to night...
[Photos via @chiaraferragni, @eugeniakimnyc]
Athleisure is the coolest style trend for the busy city woman who runs from boxing to meetings to drinks. How to put together a knockout look? Hannah Bronfman, of HBFIT, has teamed up with Bloglovin' to curate a shop of her favorite fashion and beauty picks to mix and match for "elevated athleisure" looks. (Don't be basic.)
The key is to pair authentic fitness wear with high-quality designer toppings—sweaters, outerwear, accessories—while keeping your hair and makeup relaxed and groomed. Add in an energetic color, like electric blue, for a punch in contrast with athletic black and grey. Shop Hannah's picks, and shop our GofG picks here as well.
Looking for an excuse to visit some of the city's hottest restaurants without breaking your budget? Look no further than NYC Restaurant Week. From January 18th to February 5th, participating restaurants will be featuring three course prix fixe menus for lunch ($25) and dinner ($38). Book your reservations on OpenTable before they fill up!
On Sunday, the 21st Annual Critics’ Choice Awards took place at the Barker Hanger in Santa Monica. Silicon Valley actor T.J. Miller hosted the event this year. Celebrities, writers, producers and more got together to celebrate and honor all of the year's bests in the movie industry. Despite being more casual than the Golden Globes, the event invited celebs to get their glam on as they attempted to steal the spotlight on the baby blue carpet.
All liquids all the time is not exactly our thing. After one day of straight up juicing, our canines are chomping at the bit ready to rip up just about anything. Still, seeing as it's an Instagrammed wellness-loving world, and we're just living in it, we figured we'd give Juice Press and their new Clean Eating Plan the old New Years try.
It's a five day curated cleanse stocked with plenty of solid foods for all you chewers out there. We're talking Marinated Kale Salads, Butternut Squash Soups, the ever delicious Get Rich Quick Sushi, and juices sprinkled in between. After all, it's not called Juice Press for no reason.
Of course, there are many things to expect when starting a cleanse or diet. The ups, the downs. Take note and prepare yourself for the side effects of your newfound nutritional high - the deep spiral into the life of an amateur wellness expert. Just try not to get too carried away with the kale.
[Photos via @eatplantslivelong, @jamiejchung]
A longtime friend and fan of the icon we've all been mourning this week, Kate Moss dedicated her 42nd birthday to the glittering glamorama of Ziggy Stardust, encouraging guests to channel their inner Bowie for a bash hosted at her home in the Cotswolds. A-listers in attendance included Boy George, fashion photographer Mert Alas, and rebel designer Pam Hogg, who posted an Instagram with the birthday girl in full Starman gear. Sequined lightning bolt and all, Moss wore a 1991 rock & roll bodysuit from Hogg's archives, fittingly paired with platform boots that would make Bowie himself proud.
While we may not completely back the sentiment - hey, we love a good party - No More Parties in L.A. is a tune we can most certainly get behind.
Take note of our five favorite, most incontrovertibly Kanye lyrics below, and settle in for a reminder as to why such a ridiculous human being as Yeezy has been able to stick around for so long.
Hey baby you forgot your Ray BansAnd my sheets still orange from your spray tan
A backpack nigga with luxury taste budsAnd the Louis Vuitton store, got all of my pay stubs
My psychiatrist got kids that I inspired
Every agent I know know I hate agentsI'm too black, I'm too vocal, I'm too flagrant
Pink fur got Nori dressing like Cam, thank God for meWhole family gettin' money, thank God for E!
[Photo via @KimKardashian]
According to some wonky pseudoscience (which actually happens to be our favorite kind of science), today is the most depressing day of the year, also known as "Blue Monday." Then again, it's also MLK Day, which is a cause of celebration in itself - if you have off from work, that is. If you're feeling more New Order than "Woo, new week!", click through for some tips to make it through.