Promising faces in NYFWM

Promising faces in NYFWM

The start of New York Fashion Week: Men’s today marks the end of the year in men’s shows, a whirlwind tour across London, Milan, Paris, and New York that plays out twice annually in both the depths of winter and the heights of summer. The most promising guys in town this season, ranging from runway veterans to brand-new upstarts. Dressed in their own outfits, this eclectic group presents a diverse crop of faces, all of them captured by photographer Greg Vaughan.

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BET Award- Yara Shashidi joins Hollywood youngstars

BET Award- Yara Shashidi joins Hollywood youngstars

Yara Sayeh Shahidi is an American actress and model. She is best known for playing Zoey on the sitcom Black-ish.

Yara Shashidi won the YoungStars Award at the 2017 BET Awards on Sunday night and delivered a speech that showed exactly why she was so deserving of the honor.

The 17 year old wearing a lovely denim dress expressed gratitude for her peer group, fans and family before taking a moment to acknowledge the late Tamir Rice, who would have turned 15 years old on Sunday.

Rice, who was killed in 2015 during a fatal police encounter in Cleveland, is one of many young black men who have died in police shootings.

Shahidi recognized him onstage before thousands of audience members and viewers at home.

“Today is Tamir Rice’s birthday, and so amidst this celebration, I’d love to honor his life,” Shahidi said.

She also acknowledged BET “for celebrating our culture so beautifully when it isn’t celebrated everywhere else as it should be.”



Eat healthy food plan for Models

Eat healthy food plan for Models

First, let’s state the obvious: The lithe, lean build of a top model is a matter of hereditary luck, the result of a genetic supernova. . When it comes to the latter, there’s good news for mere mortals, who can benefit from their carefully chosen programs, too. Here are five model tried-and-true food philosophies worth investigating this month

Gizelle Bundchen: The Plant-Based Diet
The details of Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady’s plant-based, organic regimen have been public since last year; since then, their diet, masterminded by personal chef Allen Campbell, has been making waves in the health community. Consisting of almost 80 percent vegetables, it’s rounded out with whole grains like millet, quinoa, and beans, as well as lean meats like grass-fed steak, duck, and wild salmon. Following that list of dos is a long list of don’ts. For Brady and Bündchen, there is no white sugar, white flour, iodized salt, caffeine, fungus, or nightshades (if you need a brushup, that encompasses tomatoes, peppers, mushrooms, eggplants); fresh fruit is reserved mainly for the couple’s kids. While meal planning for these particulars may be harrowing, a single week of this clean eating can press reset on bad habits.

Lily Aldridge: The Sakara Meal-Delivery Diet
For supernutrition without any of the shopping, chopping, or portioning, the chic and health-conscious flock to Sakara. The cultish meal-delivery brand boasts bombshell Lily Aldridge as a devotee—her favorite breakfasts, lunches, and dinners even inspired a limited edition curated Sakara plan bearing her name last year; fellow models Erin Heatherton, Chrissy Teigen, Karoline Kurkova, and Hilary Rhoda have also sung its praises. Available in three- or five-day per-week subscriptions, Sakara delivers fresh, fully organic, vegetarian breakfasts, lunches, dinners, and drinks to your door—meaning all you have to do to eat well is tear off the lid.

Carolyn Murphy: The Alkaline Diet
An alkaline diet, which limits acidic foods in an effort to alter the body’s pH level, is high in fruits, vegetables, nuts, and legumes and low in meat, fish, dairy, eggs, grains, and alcohol. While detractors point out that the digestion process introduces all foods to acid in the stomach, and therefore argue that any pH balancing effect would be short lived, the diet’s emphasis on vegetables, fruit, and low-fat proteins is inarguably heart-friendly. If committing full scale to the eating plan isn’t in the cards, take a cue from the ageless Carolyn Murphy, who has been vocal about her love of alkaline water, along with Transcedental meditation, as an established part of bringing balance to her health routine.

Miranda Kerr: The Blood Type Diet
Naturopath Dr. Peter J. D’Adamo’s much-debated dietary system is designed for each of the four blood types (A, B, AB, and O) and asks followers to stick to a largely vegetarian diet while steering clear of corn, wheat, and certain beans. While a major scientific review of the diet in 2014 found that the benefits of D’Adamo’s different programs did not show any correlation to participants’ blood types, it did find that devotees of the blood type A program, which have included model Miranda Kerr, lowered BMI, waist circumference, blood pressure, cholesterol, insulin, and other significant markers.

Bridget Malcolm: The Vegan Diet
A vegan diet, touted by everyone from Beyonce to Australian Victoria’s Secret model Bridget Malcolm, is free from all animal-derived products. Centered around fruit, vegetables, and grains, the diet can cover all nutritional needs, if care is given to balancing meals. “When I first became vegan, I heard from so many people that I had a new glow to me,” Malcolm, who was named PETA Australia’s Sexiest Vegetarian of 2015, has said—reason enough to stick to green and clean cuisine.