It's all about "#ME." (And Miley Cyrus, Selena Gomez, J. Lo, etc.)
He's giving back, with a little help from his friends.
Anthony Horowitz, author of the next 007 novel called 'Trigger Mortis,' said in a recent interview that Idris Elba was "too street" to play James Bond, adding, "Is it a question of being suave? Yeah." In response, we're providing the photo evidence that proves Elba — Idris Elba — is, in fact, pretty damn suave.
Five years later, it's a bit dried out.
Mick Jagger’s daughter is the newest beautiful Brit to collaborate with the “It” brand.
Frasse Johansson, son of the label's creative director, Jonny Johansson, modeled the women's fall 2015 collection.
They make a perfect team.
Come one, come all.
The 'ASOS Magazine' cover girl reveals how everything goes down.
The 'Glee' alum helmed the romantic short starring 'The Leftovers' actress Margaret Qualley.
Relish the final few hours of August with these style stories.
The N.Y.-based label is headed to the City of Light for this season's presentation.
Fashion and tennis go hand in hand (just ask Serena Williams or Anna Wintour), which is why it's no surprise to find that the Danish phenom has great style off the court, too. As the 25-year-old gets ready for the U.S. Open on Sept. 1, we're taking a look back at her best fashion moments.
Simone Harouche, the mastermind behind Miley's VMAs vibe, breaks down her process of outfitting music's most out-there dresser.
There was quite a bit of chatter about the ladies' nakedness at the MTV VMAs, but the men's looks made quite the impression, too. Nick Jonas in an all-leather outfit and Jussie Smollett in a printed suit were just a few of the well-dressed dudes on our radar at Sunday's show.
Sexy thigh-high boots and gold Grecian sandals have a moment on the VMAs red carpet.
The actor's words for Kermit: "#SorryNotSorry."
Wear them ironically ... or not.
Her stylist, Monica Rose, talks about how they arrived at the sexy Balmain number.
Maybe his Calvins are just too tight?
Skin is always in at the award show — and Miley Cyrus, Britney Spears and Nicki Minaj proved this year was no exception.
Rainbow brights all night.
Fringe, embellishments and lots of skin were all the rage on the red carpet for music's wild night. Unexpected? No. Good? Yes.
And the asymmetrical pixie thing didn't work for the former reality star, either.
Their all-denim ensembles give us flashbacks.
Miley Cyrus and Nicki Minaj are leading the panty-free way.
And so it begins.