Style Notes: Beyonce's Mom Is on a Social Media Hiatus; Madonna's Skincare Comes to USA

Beyonce and Tina Knowles -  January 31, 2013 -Getty-H 2016
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Beyonce and Solange's Mom, Tina Lawson, Goes on Social Media Hiatus [Instagram]
Tina Lawson, mother of Beyonce and Solange Knowles, is the latest celebrity to take an Instagram breather. Lawson, who is fairly active on the app and regularly posts photos of her daughters as well as selfie videos, was recently caught up in controversy after she accidentally "liked" a negative comment about Jennifer Hudson left by another user. On Thursday, Lawson posted an image of a sunset with a lengthy caption about the mistaken "like," writing, "I've known Jennifer Hudson for many years and have totally been in admiration of her talent and beauty and kindness." She added, "I will be taking a break from social media as this is the bad side of it. There are people who make their living off of negativity."


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Oscar de la Renta to Be Featured on 11 U.S. Stamps [L.A. Times]
Oscar de la Renta, the iconic American designer who died in 2014, will be immortalized with his very own U.S. stamp collection, coming in 2017. The 11-stamp page will include a black-and-white portrait of de la Renta by Inez and Vinoodh, as well as 10 details from his most famous gowns.  

Bella Hadid Shares Sneak Peek of Chrome Hearts Collection [Instagram]
Bella Hadid gave fans a glimpse of her forthcoming collection with L.A.-based label Chrome Hearts, posting a photo on Instagram of herself modeling a patent white newsboy cap while out in Aspen. In the caption, the supermodel-turned-designer noted that the hat will also be available in red and black. Just last week, the "Chrome Hearts x Bella" account also posted a photo of a "f—k you" baby tee, which is "coming soon." 


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Madonna's Skincare Line Is Coming to the USA [The Cut]
Madonna's new skincare line, which was first released in Japan several weeks ago, will soon make its U.S. debut. The singer posted a video demonstration of the Chrome Clay mask (which is removed with a magnet) from the line, called MDNA, on Instagram with the caption "Coming to America soon." The collection is composed of six products, including a face serum, face wash, rose mist, eye serum, eye mask and the mud mask. An exact launch date and prices have yet to be revealed; however, the mask sells for 12,960 yen in Japan, or about $112.


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Kate Spade Shares Jump on Sales Rumors [Bloomberg]
After the Dow Jones reported that Kate Spade was working with bankers to explore a sale, shares jumped 23 percent, the highest spike the company has seen in nearly five years. Following poor sales in the past few years, Kate Spade was reportedly pressured by shareholder Caerus Investors to look into a sale. However, the move comes as little surprise considering many in the industry have speculated the move for about two years.