In case you missed it.
Chrissy Teigen’s Makeup Palette Is Here [Becca]
Chrissy Teigen’s makeup palette in collaboration with Becca was made available in limited quantities to Sephora app users this morning. The face palette, called the Glow Face Palette, includes three new shades (Beach Nectar, a highlighter with specks of gold; Malibu Soleil, a soft bronzer; and Hibiscus Bloom, a pink-coral blush) as well as Teigen’s favorite Becca highlighter hue, Rose Gold. For those who missed the drop this morning, the palette will be available on BeccaCosmetics.com on May 8 for $46.
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Forever21 Launches Bridesmaid Collection [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Forever21 for your big day? Sure! The fast fashion retailer recently announced a collection of bridesmaid dresses. The six styles, available in five colors (blush, coral, lavender, mint or black), drop in stores and online this Monday (May 8) and will be priced between $68 and $78. The jury is out on whether the collection will make your bridesmaids thank you or hate you.
TAG Heur Is the Official Watch of The Kingsman [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
There’s another Kingsman franchise collaboration in the works. Ahead of the series sequel Kingsman: The Golden Circle, due out in September, 20th Century Fox has announced a partnership with TAG Heur as the Official Watch of The Kingsman. In the film, the heroes wear the legendary Monaco and the TAG Heuer Connected, “which will be key to the success of the heroes’ missions.” The TAG Heur Connected will be available as part of Mr. Porter’s Kingsman collection, created by costume designer and Mr. Porter managing director Toby Bateman.
Met Museum Donors Outraged at Models Who Smoked In the Bathroom at the Met Gala [Page Six]
After images of models (Bella Hadid, Behati Prinsloo, Francis Bean Cobain), actors (Rami Malek) and designers (Marc Jacobs) smoking in the bathroom at the Metropolitan Museum of Art at Monday’s Met Gala began circulating on social media, donors and board members of the museum expressed outrage. “As a donor to the Met, I was so insulted to see all these ‘celebrities’ smoking and taking selfies of themselves in the bathroom,” one anonymous donor told Page Six. “Mostly, it’s disrespectful to the art collection, which needs to be kept 100% smoke-free. I would honestly like to see these people fined by the city.” Smoking in doors is illegal in New York and generally not encouraged in the vicinity of one of the world’s most precious collections of fine art.