Bella Hadid Just Chopped Her Hair Into the Perfect Bob for Fall

Bella Hadid has been playing chameleon with her hair all summer. First, she surprised fans by going just a bit brighter, and then she went full blond with a hair change that looked wildly similar to that of her sister Gigi’s. Now, she’s had yet another transformation: She’s chopped off several inches of her hair and is currently sporting a very chic blond bob that actually resembles a cut she’s had as a brunette.

Hadid definitely likes changing things up, but we’d gotten used to seeing her with dark hair. It was an easy way to tell her apart from Gigi (who is basically her twin now), and it was a color she said she’s had since she was really young. “I started dyeing my hair when I was 14. I dyed it black and blue, I wore eyeliner—I was a punk kid,” she told Glamour in 2016. “I might want to go blond eventually!”

Looks like she was onto something.

She first revealed her sharply angled bob at London Fashion Week while walking in Burberry’s spring 2020 show. The cut is blunt and hits just at the chin, which according to Hadid’s Instagram, was “dreamt up by Riccy” (meaning, Burberry chief creative officer Riccardo Tisci) and chopped by the show’s lead hairstylist Sandy Hullett. For the show, Hullett kept the style simple with a straight-down-the-middle part and pin-straight blowout.

Hadid at London Fashion Week.

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Instagram Just Implemented a Great Policy About Diet Products

Instagram has been criticized for ages for its tolerance of pervasive (and, let’s face it, annoying) diet spon-con. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, go check one of the Kardashians’ profiles right now. Scroll down a bit, and chances are you’ll see an “#ad” for Flat Tummy Tea or another product that promises miracle weight loss. Actor Jameela Jamil is just one of the many people who have called out these ads for encouraging toxic diet culture. Earlier this year, Jamil directly took Khloé Kardashian to task for promoting Flat Tummy Tea.

“It’s incredibly awful that this industry bullied you until you became this fixated on your appearance,” she wrote to the reality star in March. “That’s the media’s fault. But now please don’t put that back into the world, and hurt other girls, the way you have been hurt.”

It appears Instagram has taken notice of the issue. The social media platform has announced several new policies about spon-con and ads, calling out ones that revolve around weight loss, in particular. Under the new rules, users under 18 won’t be able to see posts promoting weight loss or cosmetic procedures with incentive to purchase product. Also, IG has nixed posts that make “miraculous claims” about a product. Translation: If an influencer insists she lost 10 pounds in 72 hours just drinking a shake, that post is going down. And good riddance.

“We want Instagram to be a positive place for everyone that uses it, and this policy is part of our ongoing work to reduce the pressure that people can sometimes feel as a result of social media,” Emma Collins, a public policy manager at Instagram, said in a press release.

Jamil is, no surprise, thrilled about these changes. “It sets the tone that this is not ok in our society,” she told *ELLE UK*. “We have hyper-normalized flogging nonsense to young impressionable people. These people are selling hair growth gummies, but wearing extensions or photoshopping themselves to look slimmer and selling a weight loss shake. There are so many lies being told and we’ve accepted that as a cultural norm.”

While social media still has considerable for improvement, moves like this one are a step in the right direction.

In her cover interview with Glamour, Jamil clarified that her criticism of the Kardashians doesn’t mean she hates them. “I just want them to stop selling laxatives, and then I will get off that dick,” she said, laughing. “That’s all I’m trying to do. I’m not trying to attack anyone. But if you have a lot of power and influence and money, and you’re using yours irresponsibly, and other people aren’t aware that they’re being sold a lie, I’m gonna step on that dick.”

The Best Black Bodysuit Has a Devoted Following—So We Put It to the Test

In fashion, when we talk about hype, it usually has to do with a sneaker drop, anything Rihanna touches, a highly anticipated designer collab—rarely does a relatively plain, season-less item of clothing get that type of attention. But one wardrobe essential recently defied the odds, gaining a devoted fan base (and 1,500 four- and five-star reviews).

The British brand Heist is best known for making Meghan Markle’s (alleged) favorite stockings. But outside of tights, it also sells socks, shapewear, and one very well-received bodysuit. Called The Outer Body the super-simple design comes in six different colors, and is available in sizes XS through XL (roughly from a 2 to a 20). Given the fanfare it was receiving online, four Glamour editors decided to put the $138 bodysuit to the test and ask: Is it really as good as everyone says it is?

Read on for our reviews—and to see how you can style the bodysuit four different ways for fall.

Taylor Swift Just Spilled So Many Details About Her Feud With Kanye West

Taylor Swift‘s feud with Kanye West has been well-documented over the years, starting with that infamous speech interruption from the 2009 MTV Video Music Awards. The latest chapter of this saga happened in 2016, when West included a lyric about Swift in his song “Famous,” calling her “that bitch.” Swift took issue with that specific phrase, but West’s wife, Kim Kardashian, contested the “Lover” singer actually approved of the track. She leaked a phone conversation between West and Swift on Snapchat to prove her point, but it didn’t really work. The footage shows the two artists talking about the song, yes, but not the lyric Swift didn’t like. There’s been tension ever since.

Swift hasn’t really given her side of this story, until now. In a new interview with Rolling Stone, she spilled some tea about the feud seen ’round the world. She told the magazine that “the world didn’t understand the context and the events that led up to” the Snapchat incident. Here’s what she said, in full:

“Some events took place to cause me to be pissed off when he called me a bitch. That was not just a singular event. Basically, I got really sick of the dynamic between he and I. And that wasn’t just based on what happened on that phone call and with that song—it was kind of a chain reaction of things.

I started to feel like we reconnected, which felt great for me—because all I ever wanted my whole career after that thing happened in 2009 was for him to respect me. When someone doesn’t respect you so loudly and says you literally don’t deserve to be here—I just so badly wanted that respect from him, and I hate that about myself, that I was like, ‘This guy who’s antagonizing me, I just want his approval.’ But that’s where I was. And so we’d go to dinner and stuff. And I was so happy, because he would say really nice things about my music. It just felt like I was healing some childhood rejection or something from when I was 19.

But the 2015 VMAs come around. He’s getting the Vanguard Award. He called me up beforehand—I didn’t illegally record it, so I can’t play it for you. But he called me up, maybe a week or so before the event, and we had maybe over an hourlong conversation, and he’s like, ‘I really, really would like for you to present this Vanguard Award to me, this would mean so much to me,’ and went into all the reasons why it means so much, because he can be so sweet. He can be the sweetest. And I was so stoked that he asked me that. And so I wrote this speech up, and then we get to the VMAs and I make this speech and he screams, ‘MTV got Taylor Swift up here to present me this award for ratings!’ [According to Rolling Stone clarified his exact words were, ‘You know how many times they announced Taylor was going to give me the award ’cause it got them more ratings?’] And I’m standing in the audience with my arm around his wife, and this chill ran through my body. I realized he is so two-faced. That he wants to be nice to me behind the scenes, but then he wants to look cool, get up in front of everyone and talk shit. And I was so upset.

He wanted me to come talk to him after the event in his dressing room. I wouldn’t go. So then he sent this big, big thing of flowers the next day to apologize. And I was like, ‘You know what? I really don’t want us to be on bad terms again. So whatever, I’m just going to move past this.’ So when he gets on the phone with me, and I was so touched that he would be respectful and, like, tell me about this one line in the song.”

21 Best Spring Hair Trends to Try in 2020

The great thing about Fashion Week is that it’s like a crystal ball for the future, one where we’re getting a preview of what’s going to be everywhere this spring. But unlike a miniskirt or parka, hair is seasonless, meaning you can be ahead of the curve now. And you should be, because what’s in store for next season is a whole lot of fun. According to the runways, the spring forecast is windswept with a chance of texture, and lots and lots of hair clips (and headbands, and scarves). From throwback accessories (scrunchies are here to stay) to fancy ponytails, we’ve rounded up dozens of ways to style curly, kinky, wavy, and pin-straight hair at any length. Let our beauty editors share exactly why they love these spring hair trends.

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Leaving Netflix in October 2019: These 44 TV Shows and Movies Are Exiting Your Queues

Netflix is adding so many new movies and TV shows to your queue next month—but the downside is that, as usual, quite a few things are leaving. Luckily, you have a few weeks left to catch them, including The Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood, Bridget Jones’s Baby, and the Greta Gerwig-led black-and-white comedy Frances Ha.

Other TV shows and movies leaving Netflix in October: The Carrie Diaries, starting October 25, and the first season of The Fall, which is coming down after October 29. But the most tragic loss is The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants and The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2, which are leaving on October 1. So watch the adventures of Blake Lively, America Ferrera, Alexis Bledel, and Amber Tamblyn while you can. Luckily, Charlie’s Angels is coming to Netflix starting on the same day to fill your sisterhood void.

Here’s everything else that’s leaving Netflix in October:

A.I. Artificial Intelligence

All the President’s Men

Bonnie and Clyde (1967)

Bring It On: In It to Win It

Cabaret (1972)

Casper

Cat on a Hot Tin Roof

Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005)

Cloverfield

Deliverance

Divine Secrets of the Ya-Ya Sisterhood

Empire Records

Evolution

Forks Over Knives

Frances Ha

Free State of Jones

Get Carter

Gremlins

Hoosiers

Impractical Jokers, season 1

In Bruges

Julie & Julia

Lakeview Terrace

Midsomer Murders, series 1-19

Obsessed

Pineapple Express

Platoon

Quiz Show

She’s Out of My League

The Dukes of Hazzard

The Nightmare

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants

The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2

Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?

Despicable Me 3

David Blaine: What Is Magic?

Scream 4

Little Witch Academia

Little Witch Academia: The Enchanted Parade

Sword Art Online II, season 1

El Internado, season 1-7

Bridget Jones’s Baby

The Carrie Diaries, season 1-2

The Fall, series 1

The Imitation Game

Jennifer Lopez’s Biggest Career Moments

Jennifer Lopez is currently receiving widespread acclaim and Oscar buzz for her role in Hustlers as Ramona, the ringleader of a group of strippers who con their wealthy Wall Street clients. It’s well-deserved—as Julia Stiles told Glamour, Lopez’s portrayal of Ramona didn’t feel like a performance. It felt lived in and real. On top of that, there’s rumors that Lopez may be in talks for her own Super Bowl halftime show this year.

It’s an exciting time for a Lopez renaissance, but I have a slight chip on my shoulder directed at Hollywood. Actually, it’s a large chip—one the size of a 20-year career that’s spanned dance, music, TV, and a movie where Jane Fonda drinks mouthwash. Jennifer Lynn Lopez has been killing the entertainment game for decades. Decades! So why is she just now receiving serious awards buzz?

I don’t understand what’s taken so long. Lopez’s outstanding performance in Selena was well-received by critics, but she only scored one major acting nomination for it at the Golden Globes. It seems the Recording Academy just wasn’t ready for “Love Don’t Cost a Thing,” a near-perfect pop song that cemented J.Lo’s legend status, because the singer has never won a Grammy. And then there’s that aforementioned Super Bowl halftime show—NFL has been overlooking Lopez for that for years.

I can keep going. An Oscar nomination for Hustlers would help rectify all these injustices, but there are so many more Lopez moments that deserve praise in the form of shiny gold statues. Consider this a retroactive Oscars, Grammys, and Emmys campaign.

The aforementioned “Jane Fonda mouthwash” movie, which has a perplexing 17 percent rating on Rotten Tomatoes. How could you give a movie in which Jane Fonda smashes Jennifer Lopez’s face with a pie anything less than an A+? The Academy missed the boat on this one, and I still haven’t forgiven them.

MONSTER-IN-LAW, Jane Fonda, Jennifer Lopez, 2005. ©New Line/Courtesy Everett Collection©New Line Cinema/Courtesy Everett Collection

Lopez plays a teacher whose twisted, confusingly hunky next door neighbor (Ryan Guzman) becomes infatuated with her. Again, critics dismissed this one, but I urge them to revisit it and take note of Lopez’s side bangs and glasses.

Lopez did some hardcore training for this early-aughts classic, in which she plays a woman, Slim, who escapes an abusive relationship and learns enough fight skills to kill her ex-husband, Mitch. Lopez deserves an award just for the scene where Slim breaks into Mitch’s house to hide his guns but puts on a pot of coffee first.

Coming to Netflix in October 2019: 127 New Titles for Your Viewing Pleasure

Fall is finally upon us and with it even more time to curl up on the couch and devour hours of movies and TV. Seriously, it’s hard to imagine how we even lived before there was Netflix beaming new content into our queues basically every day.

Of course, we’ll have to say goodbye to some titles on the platform this month, but there are so many more to fill the void. From possible Oscar contenders like The Laundromat and Dolemite Is My Name to old favorites like Ocean’s Twelve and Charlie’s Angels, there’s something for everyone.

Here’s a full list of every title coming to Netflix in October.

Carmen Sandiego: Season 2

Nikki Glaser: Bangin

93 days

A.M.I.

Along Came a Spider

Bad Boys

Bad Boys II

Blow

Bring It On, Ghost: Season 1

Charlie’s Angels

Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle

Cheese in the Trap: Season 1

Chicago Typewriter: Season 1

Crash

Exit Wounds

Good Burger

Harold & Kumar Escape from Guantanamo Bay

Honey 2

House of the Witch

Lagos Real Fake Life

Men in Black II

Moms at War

No Reservations

Ocean’s Thirteen

Ocean’s Twelve

One Direction: This Is Us

Payday

Rugrats in Paris: The Movie

Scream 2

Senna

Signal: Season 1

Sin City

Sinister Circle

Supergirl

Superman Returns

Surf’s Up

The Bucket List

The Flintstones

The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas

The Island

The Pursuit of Happyness

The Rugrats Movie

The Time Traveler’s Wife

Tomorrow with You: Season 1

Trainspotting

Troy

Tunnel: Season 1

Unaccompanied Minors

Walking Out

Living Undocumented

Ready to Mingle

Rotten: Season 2

Seis Manos

Big Mouth: Season 3

Creeped Out: Season 2

In the Tall Grass

Peaky Blinders: Season 5

Super Monsters: Season 3

Super Monsters: Vida’s First Halloween

Legend Quest: Masters of Myth

Match! Tennis Juniors

The Water Diviner

Deon Cole: Cole Hearted

The Spooky Tale of Captain Underpants Hack-a-ween

After

Rhythm + Flow

Schitt’s Creek: Season 5

Ultramarine Magmell

El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie

The Forest of Love

Fractured

Haunted: Season 2

Insatiable: Season 2

La influencia

Plan Coeur: Season 2

The Awakenings of Motti Wolenbruch

YooHoo to the Rescue: Season 2

Banlieusards

Dark Crimes

Ghosts of Sugar Land

Sinister 2

The Karate Kid

The Unlisted

The Yard

Baby: Season 2

Eli

Interior Design Masters

The House of Flowers: Season 2

The Laundromat

Living with Yourself

MeatEater: Season 8

Mighty Little Bheem: Diwali

Seventeen

Spirit Riding Free: Pony Tales Collection 2

Tell Me Who I Am

Toon: Seasons 1-2

Unnatural Selection

Upstarts

Men in Black

Echo in the Canyon

Free Fire

Jenny Slate: Stage Fright

Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

Dancing with the Birds

Master Z: The Ip Man Legacy

Daybreak

Revenge of Pontianak

A Tale of Love and Darkness

Assimilate

Brigada Costa del Sol

Brotherhood

Dolemite Is My Name

Greenhouse Academy: Season 3

The Kominsky Method: Season 2

Monzon

Nailed It! France (C’est du gâteau!)

Nailed It! Spain (Niquelao!)

Prank Encounters

Rattlesnake

It Takes a Lunatic

A 3 Minute Hug

Little Miss Sumo

Shine On with Reese: Season 1

Arsenio Hall: Smart & Classy

Flavorful Origins: Yunnan Cuisine

Kengan Ashura: Part ll

9 Best Savage x Fenty Lingerie Pieces To Buy On Amazon Now

Not sure if you’ve heard, but 2019 has been Rihanna’s year: She launched a luxury fashion brand with LVMH (the first woman of color to do so) and hosted a lingerie show during Fashion Week that had the entire industry buzzing (and marking their calendars for September 20 so they could watch the whole spectacle over again). Rihanna’s been busy. And now, she’s bestowing yet another gift onto us, her loyal followers: Her Savage x Fenty lingerie is now available to shop on Amazon.

Rihanna herself opened the Savage x Fenty show dancing in a long-sleeve mesh bodysuit, reminding everyone that, even if she hasn’t been on tour, in a couple years, she’s still got it. What followed was a 45-minute long runway-slash-performance featuring models of all different skin tones, sizes, and abilities—all wearing Savage x Fenty bras, underwear, and bodysuits, of course. You might have to wait a few more days to stream it on Amazon Prime, but you can start shopping the pieces in the brand’s Fall 2019 collection, which were showcased that night, on Amazon today.

With sizes ranging from 32A to 42H and XS to 3X, there’s definitely something for most, whether that be a neon-green thong or a simple, floral-lace bralette. Shop the best Savage x Fenty pieces available on Amazon now.

Ralph Lauren Launched a Collection Inspired By Rachel Green on ‘Friends’

Could we be any more excited about the latest way the fashion world is paying tribute to Friends?

In honor of the 25th anniversary of the show first airing on NBC, Ralph Lauren partnered with Warner Bros. Consumer Products to create the Wear-to-Work collection, inspired by one-time Ralph Lauren employee Rachel Green (played, of course, by Jennifer Aniston).

Ralph Lauren

Rachel was always the fashionista of the show. She may have started as a (not-so-great) waitress at the Central Perk, but it wasn’t long before she found her way to a job in the buying department at Bloomingdale’s and then eventually a role at Ralph Lauren. With ’90s and early aughts fashion having a moment right now, it’s the perfect time for an updated version of her chic workwear aesthetic. (As a young woman in starting her career in New York in the late ’90s, I can attest to the fact that Rachel Green was a definite role model for what to wear to the office.)

Ralph Lauren

“The collection, comprised of pieces from Polo and LAUREN Ralph Lauren, encapsulates the polished style synonymous with the iconic brand. The collection calls on tradition through pinstripe suiting, crested blazers, and equestrian- inspired accessories, while enhancing these classic pieces with navy and orange color-blocking and pops of leopard to offer a fresh fall spirit,” the brand said in a statement. The campaign was shot in recreations of Monica and Rachel’s apartment and the Central Perk, which truly hit all of my nostalgia buttons.