Paris Hilton shines in gold gown while showing off engagement ring at Cannes Fashion For Relief gala

Paris Hilton wowed in a gold sleeveless gown on Sunday night at the Cannes Fashion For Relief gala.

The 37-year-old Hilton heiress, who came dripping in diamonds, showed off her 20-carat, pear shaped engagement ring on the red carpet.

Fashion For Relief is a non-profit organization, lead by supermodel Naomi Campbell, that raises money for various causes.

Pretty princess: Paris Hilton wowed in a gold sleeveless gown by Christophe Guillarme on Sunday night at the Cannes Fashion For Relief gala

Pretty princess: Paris Hilton wowed in a gold sleeveless gown by Christophe Guillarme on Sunday night at the Cannes Fashion For Relief gala

What a rock: The 37-year-old Hilton heiress, who came dripping in diamonds, showed off her 20-carat, pear shaped engagement ring on the red carpet

What a rock: The 37-year-old Hilton heiress, who came dripping in diamonds, showed off her 20-carat, pear shaped engagement ring on the red carpet

Bling: Paris couldn't stop staring at her massive diamond 

Bling: Paris couldn’t stop staring at her massive diamond

The evening of glitz and glamour included a guest list of over 1,000 people.

Attendees enjoyed dinner, live entertainment, an auction, and a fashion show.

Hilton, who traveled to Cannes with fiance Chris Zylka, flew solo for the event.

Giving back: Fashion For Relief is a non-profit organization, lead by supermodel Naomi Campbell, that raises money for various causes

Giving back: Fashion For Relief is a non-profit organization, lead by supermodel Naomi Campbell, that raises money for various causes

All smiles: Hilton paired her ring with a diamond watch and choker  

All smiles: Hilton paired her ring with a diamond watch and choker

Cannes club: Paris is set to host and DJ a party at the VIP Room on Monday night in France 

Paris is set to host and DJ a party at the VIP Room on Monday night.

She made her DJ debut back in June 2012 and currently has a residency at Amnesia nightclub in Ibiza.

‘My first show was in Brazil. Like 30,000 people, closing for Jennifer Lopez, it was so much fun,’ she told Billboard in an interview.

‘I loved it so much that after that I really just got more into it. I’ve just been having the time of my life. I didn’t realize what a huge success I would be.’

Front row: The evening of glitz and glamour included a guest list of over 1,000 people

Front row: The evening of glitz and glamour included a guest list of over 1,000 people

Do a twirl: Paris, who traveled to Cannes with fiance Chris Zylka, flew solo for the event 

Do a twirl: Paris, who traveled to Cannes with fiance Chris Zylka, flew solo for the event

Fashion For Relief: Attendees enjoyed dinner, live entertainment, an auction, and a fashion show throughout the evening 

Fashion For Relief: Attendees enjoyed dinner, live entertainment, an auction, and a fashion show throughout the evening

The Simple Life star is in the process of planning her wedding to Zylka, 32.

During the iHeartRadio Music Awards, she revealed to ET that the pair plan to tie the knot later this year, but noted that picking a date has proved difficult due to her large family.

‘First we have the engagement party, the bridal party, and then the wedding,’ she said. ‘We’re still picking a date that’s perfect for everyone in the family. My brother is getting married in June so we’re gonna separate a few more months after that.’

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The Royal Wedding: Dresses, Hats, and More

Royal weddings are an opportunity for Europe’s royals, and a handful of A-list stars, to break out the fashion they don’t get a chance to wear anywhere else. Ahead, a look at the most notable looks from Harry and Meghan’s wedding.

Doria Ragland, Prince Charles and Camilla
By Jane Barlow/WPA Pool/Getty Images.

What Should French Fashion Do With Its Unsold Clothing?

A circular economy incentive to prohibit brands from discarding unsold clothing means luxury and high street retailers need to rethink their practices.

The World’s Largest Men’s Fashion Exhibition Arrives In Sydney

Fresh from LA, Reigning Men includes more than 130 iconic outfits spanning 300 years of menswear.

Justin O’Shea, Roger Leong, Kelvin Ho and William Smart.

Justin O’Shea, Kelvin Ho, William Smart, Timothy Nicol-Ford

Justin O'Shea

 

 

Men Hit Their Style Prime at 30, Study Finds

Men feel confident with their appearance by 30, according to the research

Men spend an average of £310 on every new style they try

Men hit their style ‘prime’ at the age of 30, a study has found.

After years of experimenting with their clothes and facial hair, men finally find a look they feel confident in after reaching the milestone age.

The journey to the style peak will see the average bloke try three different facial hair styles, four hair dos, five fashion picks and five overall looks throughout the years.

But the study, by male grooming brand Braun, also revealed substance is just as important as style, with honesty, intelligence and success in work revealed as the top three values for men.

The combination of style and substance takes longer to come through though, with 35 found to be the age at which men finally manage to juggle both.

Along with close friends and family members, footballers are among the groups men believe are able to balance both style and substance most successfully.

While it was their style on the pitch that was most celebrated, their fashion sense was close behind, followed by their hair and facial hair.

Eric Dier, Tottenham Hotspur and England football player and global brand ambassador for Braun, said: “When I’m on the pitch, I don’t believe in compromising on substance or style, and that’s something I’m proud of.

“It’s true for my attitude off the pitch too, and I’ll do what I can to look my best.

The study, of 2,000 men, found that when it comes to style, 40 per cent of those surveyed would describe theirs as “casual”, while just one in 10 would say “smart”.

Only one in 20 would define their look as “cool”.

But more than four in 10 guys admit their look varied ahead of reaching their prime, with 66 per cent choosing a style at some point just because it was popular at the time – even though they didn’t really feel confident in it.

Sixty-nine per cent even admitted to giving their appearance a style makeover that they’ve later come to regret.

Researchers found a growing interest in appearance and personal care for men, with the average man spending £310 on each new style they try.

British men aren’t all about having ‘style’ though but long for substance too, with being honest and intelligent qualities men believe define a person with substance.

The home they live in, their partner, children, parents and friends are also among the areas that matter most to guys.

 

Top 10 Haircuts and Colors Right Now

<p>Current Hair Trends</p>
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Did you procrastinate on the whole “new year, new hair” movement back in January? Great news—we did, too. Luckily, the past few awards show-filled months have offered up no shortage of inspiration ripe for your next salon visit. From Kim Kardashian’s bright platinum, to Ruby Rose’s long pixie, scroll down to see the 10 hottest haircut and color looks we’re loving right now.

<p>The Tousled Lob</p>

The Tousled Lob

Let it be known—the lob is going absolutely nowhere. Grazing the clavicle, it’s one of the most flattering hair lengths of all time, and the first (and easiest) step in going short. While sleek, blunt styles are finally getting their playtime, the tousled lob of undone waves and loose curls is one look that stands the test of time. Parting your hair on the side, like Margot Robbie did, gives it a completely different vibe.

<p>The Long Pixie</p>

The Long Pixie

In the beginning of 2017, it seemed like every single celebrity was shaving their head, debuting edgy buzz cuts, or just chopping off their strands for a super short pixie. But what a difference a year makes, especially when it comes to how hair grows. Expect to see pixie cuts with more length or layers on top—think Ruby Rose or Katy Perry—which lend themselves well to a variety of different styles.

<p>Platinum Blonde</p>

Platinum Blonde

The saying goes, “blonde hair, don’t care,” but actually, you kind of have to care a lot. This is a high-maintenance hairstyle. To give you some perspective, it famously took Kim Kardashian 17 hours (!!!) to go fully blonde. And that isn’t including the 13 hours it takes her to touch-up the roots. Still, the hard work isn’t stopping anyone from adopting the icy hue. Case in point: Her mom, Kris Jenner, is now a blonde, too.

<p>Curtain Bangs</p>

Curtain Bangs

Social media can tell you when a trend is about to explode—that’s how we learned how popular curtain bangs have become in the last year. According to Pinterest data, this feathered, ’70s fringe style, which features longer bangs being separated in the center and slightly flipped, has increased by 600 percent in search. For inspiration, look at Kristen Dunst, Georgia May Jagger, and even J.Lo.

<p>Bangs and Bobs</p>

Bangs and Bobs

Adding fringe to chin-length styles is one way to give your bob a new vibe for 2018. Look to celebrities like Nina Dobrev and opt for a set of bangs that hit right above your brows, allowing you to sweep them to the side, where them blunt, or curtain them open. Your saving grace? Dry shampoo. It’ll soak up any oils and give them a little grit for styling.

<p>Subtle Caramel Highlights</p>

Subtle Caramel Highlights

Long gone are the days of extreme gradients of balayage. Natural-looking caramel ribbon highlights and babylights placed gently around the face (and where the sun naturally hits) are trending hard. Take this picture of Kerry Washington to your salon as an example.

<p>Cher Hair</p>

According to celebrity stylist Bridget Brager, super long hair, reminiscent of Cher’s gorgeous locks, will continue to reign in 2018. “I think people really want their hair long and beautiful. I know a lot of my clients do,” she told us. Current adopters? Khloe Kardashian and Demi Lovato.

<p>Center Parts</p>

Center Parts

It’s not necessarily a haircut, but it’s proof that you don’t have to lose inches to completely transform your hairstyle or update it for the new year. It’s ultra-flattering and demands attention, no matter what your length or texture.

<p>Auburn Tints</p>

Auburn Tints

If you’re not quite ready to be a redhead, ease into the territory with warm auburn highlights or a full color like Olivia Palermo. The rich hue couldn’t be more seasonally appropriate.

<p>Face-Framing Angles</p>

Face-Framing Angles

If you’re scared that face-framing angles will make you look like Rachel from Friends, it’s time to put that ’90s fear to rest. While we loved the haircut then, it needed a modern makeover. Go for a very fine and delicate gradient in length like Meghan Markle—you should still be able to pull all your hair up in a pony.

What dresses looked like the year you went to prom

&gt;&gt; Prom dresses through the years. Photo: Flickr/Janice Waltzer

 

1989: Scoop-Neck Dresses Scoop-neck dresses were all the rage in '89. Bonus points if they happened to be bright pink and worn with matching shoes. Photo: Flickr/grilled Cheese

1990: Rosettes Nothing says 1990 more than satin rosettes across the neckline of a prom dress. This girl even wore opera-length gloves for added drama. Photo: Flickr/Mai Le

2006: Strapless Dresses

Behold: four strapless dress-wearing girls in the same photo. Two gowns are pink, one is white, and one is red, but what they all have is common is that they are strapless and fabulous.

2007: Rhinestone Brooches Often found on halter-neck dresses, these rhinestone brooches were always in the same place — right on the bodice. Photo: Flickr/02 Nation

2007: Rhinestone Brooches

Often found on halter-neck dresses, these rhinestone brooches were always in the same place — right on the bodice.

2008: Strapless Minis Floor-length gowns are certainly not a requirement at prom, and in 2008 mini dresses had a moment in the spotlight. Props if they featured tulle overlay. Photo: Flickr/Thirty30 Photography

2008: Strapless Minis

Floor-length gowns are certainly not a requirement at prom, and in 2008 mini dresses had a moment in the spotlight. Props if they featured tulle overlay.

2009: Animal-Print Gowns Your 2009 prom was all about taking a trip on the wild side, because anything animal print – whether it was zebra, cheetah, or leopard, as seen here – could be found on a prom dress. Photo: Flickr/The People's Tribune

2009: Animal-Print Gowns

Your 2009 prom was all about taking a trip on the wild side, because anything animal print – whether it was zebra, cheetah, or leopard, as seen here – could be found on a prom dress.

 

2010: Tiered Dresses This trend was for all the girls who wanted that classic princess moment. After all, nothing says, "I'm fancy!" like a tiered gown. Photo: Flickr/Peter Cattell

2010: Tiered Dresses

This trend was for all the girls who wanted that classic princess moment. After all, nothing says, “I’m fancy!” like a tiered gown.

2011: Neutral Colors An unexpected departure from the traditional rhinestones, bold colors, and prints, neutral colors were a way to look so chic at prom — from the dress down to the peep-toe heels. Photo: Flickr/etaito

2011: Neutral Colors

An unexpected departure from the traditional rhinestones, bold colors, and prints, neutral colors were a way to look so chic at prom — from the dress down to the peep-toe heels.

2012: Floral Shoulders If you loved florals but didn't want to wear a flower print, odds are you opted for this style instead. Photo: Flickr/StretchyBill

2012: Floral Shoulders

If you loved florals but didn’t want to wear a flower print, odds are you opted for this style instead.

2013: Side Cut-Outs Side cut-outs had a moment this year, and they showed up on every prom dress – this orange gown twinning moment is basically proof. Photo: Flickr/Robert J. Castaldi, Sr

2013: Side Cut-Outs

Side cut-outs had a moment this year, and they showed up on every prom dress – this orange gown twinning moment is basically proof.

2014: High-Low Hemlines High-low hemlines really swept prom season in 2014. These dresses provided the perfect silhouette if you wanted to show off some leg (and your shoes!) but also wanted to wear a full-length gown. Photo: Flickr/Ruth E Photos

2014: High-Low Hemlines

High-low hemlines really swept prom season in 2014. These dresses provided the perfect silhouette if you wanted to show off some leg (and your shoes!) but also wanted to wear a full-length gown.

2016: Two-Piece Matching Sets Forget a dress! This was the year of wearing a two-piece prom look, like these embellished (and gorgeous!) matching top and skirt sets. Photo: Flickr/Don Heller

2016: Two-Piece Matching Sets

Forget a dress! This was the year of wearing a two-piece prom look, like these embellished (and gorgeous!) matching top and skirt sets.

2017: Leg Slits Dresses with leg slits popped up at proms in 2017, because let's face it: They make dancing SO much easier. Photo: Flickr/Jacob Szetela

2017: Leg Slits

Dresses with leg slits popped up at proms in 2017, because let’s face it: They make dancing SO much easier.