Style Notes: Bella Thorne Poses for Playboy; Donatella Versace Wrote a Book About Her Career
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Former Disney Star Bella Thorne Poses for Playboy, Tells Haters to "F— Off" [E!]
Bella Thorne, 19, recently posed for Playboy's "No Filter" column, officially breaking out of her Disney Channel mold. The self-described "edgy" actress rocked a silk red bomber jacket with "Bowie" emblazoned on the back and nothing underneath for the sexy shoot. In an accompanying interview she had the following words for those who thought her post-Disney vibe was too risque: "I'm not fed up with social media — I understand it — but people like to comment on how my image is too edgy, that I'm too edgy, and on how they wish I looked. It's a lot of ‘Do this, don't do that.' To them I say, f— off."
Bill Clinton's "Hillary" Pocket Square Steals the Show [The Cut]
At Monday night's Broadway for Hillary event in New York City, Bill Clinton's words on behalf of his wife, Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton, were overshadowed by his accessory of choice: A pocket square emblazoned with "Hillary." Naturally, Twitter users fawned over the possible first man's customized look.
Donatella Versace Wrote a Book About Her Career [WWD]
Donatella Versace penned a book about her years in the industry — including the tragic death of her brother, Gianni Versace. The Rizzoli-published tome, called Versace, was written by the designer with the help of Maria Luisa Frisa, a fashion curator and professor at the IUAV University of Venice, and W editor Stefano Tonchi. The 336-page book is scheduled to release in November and will retail for $104.
Pat McGrath's Next Must-Have Beauty Product Is Coming Soon [Elle]
The next shiny, shimmery makeup product from legendary makeup artist Pat McGrath's eponymous line is coming on Nov. 15. Called Metalmorphasis 005, the collection features gold, silver, bronze and copper pigments (in both liquid and powder form) that can be used on the eyes, lips, face — wherever needs a bit of extra shine. The kit also comes with a double-ended black marker. McGrath herself has already tested the kit on this past season's runways, including at Maison Margiela's and Versace's spring 2017 shows.
Vogue Formally Endorses Hillary Clinton [Vogue]
Given Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour's very vocal support for Hillary Clinton (she's hosted several fundraisers for the Democratic nominee through the years), it should come as no surprise that the fashion mag has decided to formally endorse Clinton for president of the United States. In an article for the glossy's November "Vote!" issue, the editorial team writes, "We understand that Clinton has not always been a perfect candidate, yet her fierce intelligence and considerable experience are reflected in policies and positions that are clear, sound, and hopeful."