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After working at Donna Karan and Barneys New York in New York City, Jeffrey Kalinsky moved to Atlanta in 1990 to open a Bob Ellis shoe store with his father. He eventually opened two namesake boutiques in Atlanta and New York, respectively, but Kalinsky is perhaps best known for Jeffrey Fashion Cares Atlanta, an annual benefit founded to raise awareness for those living with HIV/AIDS and members of the LGBT community. The event has raised more than $11 million in its 21-year history, an anniversary Kalinsky feted on Monday at the American Cancer Society in Atlanta (a New York version of the event celebrated its 10th edition earlier this year). In honor of the anniversary, Kalinsky spoke to TIME about philanthropy, his favorite emerging designers and the quintessential Jeffrey woman.

 

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Style setters: Mats Hummels, Keisuke Honda, Andrea Pirlo, Daniel Sturridge and Sergio Ramos.
Style setters: Mats Hummels, Keisuke Honda, Andrea Pirlo, Daniel Sturridge and Sergio Ramos. Photograph: guardian

Goalkeeper Iker Casillas, Spain

 

 

Iker Casillas.

Iker Casillas. Photograph: Europa PressA bit like a better-looking Frank Lampard. The best eyebrows in the business make him this World Cup‘s Cara Delevingne.

Centre back Sergio Ramos, Spain

 

Sergio Ramos.

Sergio Ramos. Photograph: Europa PressVery handsome. Looked great with long hair, now rocking a buzz-cut side, mohawk top combination with aplomb. Standard footballer cheesy dress sense, to be honest, but you can’t have everything.

Centre back Mats Hummels, Germany

Mats Hummels.

Mats Hummels. Photograph: Getty ImageBoris StreubelsHis Panini sticker looks like a pin-up. A penchant for charcoal pashminas and simple grey marl cotton give him a more soulful air than your average meathead footballer.

Left back David Luiz, Brazil

 

David Luiz.

David Luiz. Photograph: Graham Chadwick/Daily Mail/REXFlamboyant hair and a winning smile. Also, was doing the tongue-out pose in photographs when Miley Cyrus was still Hannah Montana. Which is not necessarily a good thing, but makes him an early adopter.

Right back Gerard Piqué, Spain

 

Gerard Piqué.

Gerard Piqué. Photograph: Europa PressA penchant for dodgy, faux-distressed jeans (Shakira, love, have a word!) but redeems himself with the navy polo tops, checked shirts and classic car coats. Has the unshaven look down to a fine art.

Centre midfield Andrea Pirlo, Italy

 

Andrea Pirlo.

Andrea Pirlo. Photograph: Olycom SPA/REXElegantly tousled hair and the urbane air of a man who would know his way around a wine list rather than spray champagne over your head. His Italian aesthetic – blazers, coloured knitwear, loafers – stands out against a sea of commercial sportswear. See: this photo, Instagrammed by fellow Juventus player Kwadwo Asamoah.

Centre midfield Ross Barkley, England

 

Ross Barkley.

Ross Barkley. Photograph: Greig Cowie/BPI/REXTurned up fashionably late for the team bus, causing a traffic jam in Rioon the squad’s first day in the city. The Naomi Campbell of this World Cup? Also, good hair – and his mum, Diane, cuts it.

Left midfield Neymar, Brazil

Neymar.

Neymar. Photograph: Mike Hewitt – FifaHe has what it takes to really own a World Cup. A distinctive hairstyle: very short on the sides, long and blown forward on top (think: Scott Parker with a hairdryer pointed at the back of his head). On the cover of this month’s Vogue Brazil with his arm around Gisele Bundchen, so expect lucrative underwear campaigns folllowing a successful tournament.

Right midfield Miralem Pjanic, Bosnia & Herzigovina

 

Miralem Pjanic.

Miralem Pjanic. Photograph: Tiziana FabiHandsome (very). Also, time at Roma has given him a debonair aptitude with a casually draped woollen scarf. Sadly, however, the Brazilian climate is unlikely to be suitable for that particular talent to shine.

Centre forward Daniel Sturridge

 

Daniel Sturridge.

Daniel Sturridge. Photograph: David M. Benett

The only footballer in the England squad who appears even vaguely aware of youth culture beyond the Kiss FM playlist and Mahiki VIP room. He wears Kanye West designed Nike high-tops, sweatshirts by Opening Ceremony and uses filters on his hotel room Instagrams of Steven Gerrard. Respect.

Centre forward Keisuke Honda, Japan

 

Keisuke Honda.

Keisuke Honda. Photograph: Sports NipponPlatinum blond crop and a dress sense honed playing in Milan. Recently seen in a spotted bow tie on the cover of GQ Japan, and doing the airport paparazzi promenade in a navy peacoat with herringbone cashmere scarf. One to watch.Source: theguardian.com/

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May-24-2014

DIY Leyendecker Dress

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When Lisa and Jessica of Leyendecker confessed to us their love of DIYs, we immediately jumped at the opportunity to collaborate with the designing duo. Not only are we in love with their line, we are huge fans of the charming and talented ladies themselves. You can imagine how much fun we had spending the entire day crafting in their LA studio! Drawing inspiration from Leyendecker’s signature trims and unique handmade details, we’ll show you how you can easily make your very own lacy fringed dress.

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Spare a thought for Jennifer Aniston. While women around the globe were voting ‘The Rachel’ one of the most iconic hair styles of all time, the poor actress was at home battling with her hairdryer, trying to keep the look alive.
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“‘The Rachel’ was one of the hardest hairstyles to maintain. Me and the blow dryer and the hairbrush weren’t meant for each other,” Aniston tells ABC News. “It really was a ‘hairdo’. When Chris [McMillan] would style it my hair would be great, it would look gorgeous. But then when I was left to my own devices, it wouldn’t look the same.”
READ: Audrey Hepburn’s Breakfast at Tiffany’s beehive tops iconic hairstyles list
Fans of the iconic, layered ‘do might continue to request the look in salons worldwide, but the Friends star says she takes a “low-maintenance approach” to her hair, only washing it every three days. Her high -maintenance character Rachel would certainly recoil at such carefree beauty habits, however Aniston maintains that the Living Proof hair products, for which she is a spokeswoman, keep her locks in tip top condition, without any product build up.
Her one beauty extravagance? Regular appointments with her hair stylist friend and the creator of ‘The Rachel’, Chris McMillan.

 

Source: fashion.telegraph.co.uk

 

 

 

Jennifer Lopez joined American Idol as a judge in 2011, hosted for two seasons, and left—only to come back to the show this January. Weird.While we don’t know how much money J.Lo’s making for her return, we do know this: Season 13 of American Idol is all about J.Lo’s fashions. (Maybe that’s in her contract? They can’t say no to anything she wears, no matter how much of the spotlight it steals?)

In neon leather, gold sequins, and over-the-knee boots, J.Lo’s pulling out all the stops, sartorially, to make herself the star of the show—and it’s been really, really fun to watch. Click through to see her standout looks, from Tom Ford dresses to metallic Lanvin blouses.

Source: elle.com