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With her singular beauty vision, the makeup artist Lucia Pica is bringing a cool new attitude to Chanel.

Lucia Pica’s big love of color should hardly set alarm bells ringing. And yet it has. Literally. At London’s Tate Modern. It’s a Saturday afternoon, and in her attempt to really inspect the brushstrokes and exacting undertones of a Sonia Delaunay masterpiece, Chanel’s new global creative makeup and color designer has accidentally tripped the security borders, and the alarm is now reverberating across the busy exhibition hall. Mortified, the Italian makeup artist slides away from the scene until she safely turns a corner, whereupon she bursts into a fit of can-you-actually-believe-I-did-that giggles.

Bold pops of color are her thing, and Pica—who will be responsible for conceptualizing and developing Chanel’s cosmetics—represents something of a brave move for the French luxury house. She thinks nothing of applying glossy acid orange to lips, dusting lids in canary yellow ombréd-out to sooty black, or artistically painting a single stroke of Wite-Out white just below brows with the style of an Abstract Expressionist. But that’s not all she can do; Pica can just as skillfully turn her hand to a natural no-makeup makeup look. It’s a versatility honed on set with photographers Mario Testino, Mikael Jansson, Alasdair McLellan, and Willy Vanderperre, and backstage at shows like Roksanda and Peter Pilotto. She’s also behind Chanel’s beauty campaigns, making up the faces of Keira Knightley and the model Sigrid Agren.

At lunch at Brawn, one of her favorite local restaurants, not far from her home in neighboring Dalston, East London, she’s wearing vintage black Levi’s 615s paired with a chic white turtleneck. Her oversize stone-colored trench from Armani menswear is jauntily accessorized with Margaret Howell’s foldaway trilby and—what else?—Chanel’s classic monochrome ballet flats and 2.55 bag. “I’m really into black and white at the moment,” she says, smiling and sipping an Americano. “I’ve been Chanelified.

“Coco Chanel was such a punk in the way that she approached style and feminism,” Pica continues. “She gave power to women, made it about how we wanted to look and not about dressing to please others. She pioneered that, and it couldn’t have been easy.” The heavy-fringed brunette pauses before adding, “Yes—I’m reading a lot of her biographies. . . . ”

Pica, who grew up in Naples, was always interested in makeup but didn’t consider it as a career until much later. She moved at 22 to London, where she waitressed, working the night shift at Soho’s lively Cafe Boheme. After completing a brief makeup course, she did a stint at Shu Uemura’s counter and assisted a roll call of legendary female makeup artists, including Charlotte Tilbury.

“I knew she would be a star,” says Tilbury. “She’s got creative vision and really knows her art, film, and fashion references. It’s been great to see her develop her own makeup style over the years, which has a fresh, cool edge to it.” Plus, she adds, “I love her naughty sense of humor!”

Though Pica’s first full collection for Chanel won’t launch until late 2016, she is already clear on one thing: “I want the lineup to be modern and very straightforward. I want it to be super now, precise, and strong.” In preparation, she has been spending her time creating mood boards, gathering visuals that inspire her. Her references are broad: Art Deco postcards, images of Brutalist architecture, a snap of an edgy young girl spotted in an L.A. nightclub, a series of Polaroids of single-stem flowers pulled from the vast congratulatory bouquets she received when news broke of her appointment, and a handwritten note from an ex-boyfriend. When we duck into the florist Grace & Thorn on Hackney Road, a spriggy purple shamrock—otherwise known as a love plant—catches her eye. “Everything translates to a palette or a lipstick,” she says. “Whatever I look at, I see makeup.”


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What It’s Like For One Dad Whose Son Says: ‘I Want To Become A Woman’

Recently, a 22-year-old named Zach made a confession to his father, Gary: “I want to become a woman.”

“I actually lost my mind,” says Gary about his reaction when he heard Zach’s news. “I was completely caught off guard … He’s supposed to be a man!”

Gary, who is biologically Zach’s uncle but has been raising Zach since he was two days old and considers him his son, says he’s been unable to sleep or eat, and even feels sick to his stomach envisioning Zach as a woman. “It makes me feel like I failed in raising a man,” he explains. “I love Zach no matter what, but I don’t know if I can take it. It’s very tough. I feel like Zach has left me.”

In the video above, Dr. Phil asks Gary, “What do you say to yourself about this?”

“I failed,” Gary responds. “I just feel like I lost him, like he’s gone.”

When Dr. Phil asks if Gary has made any effort to educate himself about what it means to be transgender, Gary admits, “I don’t know how to understand it … It’s not OK. I love Zach, I don’t know how to take him as a girl. It just seems like I failed.”

On Thursday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Gary meets Zach as Steph – watch more here. 

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Woman Whose Unborn Baby Was Sliced Out Of Womb In Vicious Attack Recounts Ordeal

Michelle Wilkins was seven months pregnant with her first child when she became a victim of a horrific crime: A stranger cut open Wilkins’ stomach and took the baby from her womb. Wilkins survived, but her unborn daughter, whom she had named Aurora, did not.

For the first time, 26-year-old Wilkins opens up to Dr. Phil about the brutal attack on March 17, what she’s learned from it, and why she chooses compassion and forgiveness after enduring unbearable heartache. The episode airs on the season premiere of Dr. Phil on Monday – check local listings.

Wilkins says she responded to a Craigslist ad from Dynel Lane, 34, who was giving away maternity clothes in her Longmont home, about 30 miles north of Denver. Once Wilkins was at Lane’s house to get the maternity clothes, she says that Lane also offered her baby clothes that she said were in the basement. “Intuitively, I had that sensation wash over me: I have everything I need. But for fear of being impolite, I decided to stay,” recalls Wilkins in the video above. “She actually, physically reached across me and closed the door in front of me. I think about that moment a lot in the sense that this is a cautionary tale. What I would share with people is to listen to that inner voice of wisdom.” 

According to Wilkins, she began to follow Lane downstairs, at which point she says Lane attacked her. ”She lurches me sideways into the back bedroom … She throws me to the bed, trying to suffocate me with a pillow, with her hands,” says Wilkins, who says she then remembers being hit over the head with a lava lamp. “I felt the liquid wash over me,” she says. “I kept saying, ‘Why, why are you doing this? Why?'”  

She continues, “I just remember very clearly this one moment where I was holding out my hand … and I said, ‘I don’t understand why you’re doing this. I love you.'” But Wilkins says she wasn’t saying those words as a survival strategy; she actually believed it. “It’s part of my core belief as a human being that love motivates,” she explains. “That’s what connects us to all other beings. In that moment, I believed that I loved her, so I told her that and in turn, she stabbed me and said, ‘If you love me, you’ll let me do this.'”

She says she then went unconscious. When she woke up, she had a huge cut across her stomach and she called 911. “I had lost so much blood at that point, I wasn’t even aware that Aurora had been removed,” says Wilkins. “I had made that 911 call still thinking I was a pregnant woman.”

When she got to the hospital, it became clear to her that Aurora had not survived, but she did get the chance to spend a brief moment with her boyfriend, Dan, and deceased daughter. “Dan and I thought she was the most beautiful thing we had ever seen,” Wilkins says. “I was just so grateful to have her, even for her short and small life. I think she was perfect … Those were our first moments as a family.”

Lane is charged with attempted murder, assault and unlawful termination of a pregnancy. Lane has pleaded not guilty and is due back in court on November 3. She remains in custody on a $ 2 million bond. She reportedly claims she cut the baby out of Wilkins to save it after Wilkins tried to stab her. 

On Monday’s episode of Dr. Phil, Wilkins shares how she’s moving forward from the tragedy. Find out why she says she hasn’t lost faith in humanity and what she says she wishes for Lane. Watch a preview, and check local listings here.

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20 Past and Present American Fashion Icons Whose Style Will Forever Inspire Us

From Jackie Kennedy to Marilyn Monroe, the fashion stars of yesteryear are just as influential as they were back in the day, paving the way for the next generation of stateside style luminaries. Here, we predict the next 20 American style icons who, like those who came before them, flawlessly transition from off-duty denim to after-hours glamour without skipping a beat and endlessly inspire us.

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Gina Rodriguez Has An Affair To Remember On ‘Whose Line Is It Anyway?’

If you’re going to sweep Gina Rodriguez off her feet, you’re going to need a hand — or two.

The “Jane the Virgin” star was the celebrity guest on Monday’s episode of “Whose Line Is It Anyway?,” playing alongside the show’s improv veterans Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie and Jeff Davis. But things got particularly out of hand when Stiles, Rodriguez and Mochrie’s hands were placed in a luxury hotel for a romantic rendezvous.

In the skit titled “Helping Hands,” Stiles popped some bubbly and fed threw the actress handfuls of grapes as she tried to keep up with the antics.

Earlier in the episode, the 31-year-old star challenged Brady and Davis to sing about her character Jane, reimagining her not as a virgin but as an organic corn farmer. The skit even inspired the actress to do a little bit of freestyle rapping.

Watch the “Helping Hands” segment above and check out the full episode on The CW.


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Mom Whose Bullied Daughter Committed Suicide Is On A Crusade

Tricia’s 12-year-old daughter, Rebecca, tragically took her own life after being bullied mercilessly on social media. “I immediately went on this crusade to stop bullying to save other kids,” Tricia says.

In the video above, she shares a heartfelt message with three young women who are engaging in vicious online attacks against each other. 

“It breaks my heart. I hear how you guys talk to each other, and it’s awful,” Tricia tells the woman.

Dr. Phil adds, “We all need to think about what we write down when we get behind that keyboard, because there is a human being on the other end.”

This episode of Dr. Phil airs Friday. Watch more here.

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Woman Whose Husband Had An Affair Wonders If Her Weight, Wearing Yoga Pants And Being ‘Bitchy’ Might Have Contributed To His Behavior

Kari was married to her high school sweetheart, Lonnie, for 15 years, when police arrested him and accused him of being a serial rapist. Watch as the mother of four describes the shock as her life was turned upside down.

Lonnie has since pleaded guilty to one count of forceful rape and three felony counts of kidnapping, and is serving a 26-year prison sentence.

Dr. Phil reads what Kari has previously said: “If I was thinner, more beautiful, more loving, Lonnie wouldn’t have raped other women.”

Kari also laments her role in Lonnie having had an affair. “Now, looking back, I would probably change things,” says Kari, who is a stay-at-home mom. “I didn’t wear makeup, I didn’t do my hair, I kind of just stayed in yoga pants all day. So maybe if I did pay a little more attention to myself that way … ” she hypothesizes about her role, admitting that she has struggled with her weight, as opposed to the mistress, who was thin. “You know, after I had my little guy, who’s now 3, he would sleep in the middle of us at night. So I mean I kind of separated us. I don’t know if that was it,” she adds.

Dr. Phil asks, “How does that link up in a cause and effect way to somebody deciding that he’s going to go kidnap and rape young girls?”

Watch the video above as Kari says she regrets being “bitchy” to her husband, that she feels she emasculated him, and why she says she blames herself in hindsight.

How can she and her four kids move forward? Watch more from this episode of Dr. Phil, airing Friday, here.

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From Lil’ Kim to Missy Elliott, the ’90s Hip-Hop Stars Whose Style Still Inspires

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At the BET Awards Sunday, hip-hop fans were treated to a delightful surprise when Sean Combs took the stage—bringing with him many artists including Pharrell, Mase, and Jadakiss—to pay homage to the late Notorious B.I.G. But we were most excited to see the return of Lil’ Kim (and her skintight all-black look and over-the-knee boots). With Fresh Dressed now in theaters—the documentary that traces the history of hip-hop fashion from Dapper Dan to Kanye WestKim, and her risk-taking approach to her wardrobe feels especially relevant. From her bejeweled, skimpy costumes (see her famous purple pastie-involving get-up at the 1999 VMAs) to her voluminous fur coats that made sure everyone knew who was boss, Kim personifies a certain type of OTT we’ve come to expect from major hip-hop stars.

The pioneering women of nineties hip-hop, from Salt-N-Pepa to Missy Elliott, made their sartorial imprint and popularized everything from excessive and campy jewelry to playful sportswear. Just as provocative as Lil’ Kim is her rival Foxy Brown; meanwhile, artists like Neneh Cherry preferred a more thoughtful and funky approach. And like her powerful music, Lauryn Hill’s sense of style endures today, as nineties nostalgia continues to pervade the runways.

It takes a bold personality and rare talent to break into the boy’s club that is the rap game, and that courage is no doubt also echoed in the personal styles of artists today like Nicki Minaj, Azealia Banks, and Angel Haze. Here, a look at eight of their forbears whose music and signature looks continue to inspire us today.

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8 Regrettable Relationship Mistakes From People Whose Marriages Didn’t Work Out

Nothing prepares you for the next great love of your life quite like reflecting on what went wrong in past relationships. And there’s a wealth of knowledge to be gleaned from the knock-down, drag-out experience of divorce.

Below, divorced writers reflect on the one regret they have about their marriages and explain how it’s made them better equipped for future relationships.

“The one thing I would do differently in my marriage is not interrupt. I’m not saying my husband never interrupted me back or that he was this great listener, but I interrupted. Why? I’d like to think it’s not because I am a jerk, but because growing up, I felt I had to fight to get heard. And so I fought for him to hear me and defend myself. Isn’t that the big issue? I got defensive. I didn’t listen. I prepared for my rebuttal. Most of the time, neither of us ‘heard’ each other. Why was I defensive? That’s another layer of the onion. I felt misunderstood by him. I was thin-skinned and fearful of his rejection. I hated disappointing him or anyone. And so I interrupted and petitioned like a lawyer to get him to see my side. To dismantle his anger and bring him back to loving me, in some ways. If I could do it over, I would shut up, listen more — and I mean really listen — instead of preparing a speech and talking.” – Laura Lifshitz, married 5 years

“I couldn’t grasp that conflict is actually a good thing. Prior to and during my marriages, I thought conflict was the worst thing. So I bent myself into a pretzel in my marriage to avoid conflict. I became resentful and upset because I couldn’t express myself and my ex lost respect for me because I didn’t speak my mind. Now I’m speaking my mind all the time and learning to ask questions in ways that the other person has space to think them through and communicate their feelings.” –Bill Lennan, married 10 years

“I locked myself into the role of strong, even-tempered woman in my marriage. I wish I had been more at ease expressing my vulnerability and allowing my ex-husband to witness the ebbs and flows of my strength. Sometimes I didn’t feel strong. Sometimes I didn’t feel calm or even-tempered. Sometimes I wanted to smash my keep-it-togetherness into sharp-edged broken pieces, curl up under the duvet, and be held in comfort. He rarely — if ever — saw this part of me. They were saved for moments of solitude during long business trips. I didn’t allow shards of vulnerability to seep through. He wasn’t often greeted with unabashed warmth and joy when he’d arrive home from the 17 hour flights, face pale, eyes dry and red. I could’ve said I missed him, but rarely did. I had to be The Strong Woman. But that’s not really true. I didn’t have to be. I could’ve been more myself. I could’ve been more vulnerable, expressive, and uninhibited…That’s what real strength is.” -Becky Cavender, married 12 years

“I poured myself into planning a life together right from the beginning. Between the wedding, pushing for a promotion at work and searching for a home, it’s safe to say my stress levels were through the roof. It hindered my focus a little bit and put a strain on us. Looking back, I wish I would have enjoyed the process more. I tried to do too much, too fast and it put a strain on me, on her and on our relationship. I am certain if you ask her, she would say the same thing.

We kind of forgot the reasons why we were getting married. I adored her, but for the first time in our long-term relationship, my focus shifted elsewhere because I wanted to give her a good life. I tried my hardest, but I lost myself a little. Granted, we had a home we would have never imagined we could own, a wedding that was beyond our wildest dreams and great careers that allowed for it all to happen, but we lost sight of each other. So much, in fact, that it tore us apart.” –Anthony D’Ambrosio, married 10 months

“I am a loving, compassionate person. But I am also vulnerable. I allowed him to convince me I was the problem. Instead, we both were. If I could go back, I would not allow my fear and his passive aggressive nature to fester. I would question why I pulled away. Maybe it wasn’t me. Maybe I should have paid attention to the warning signs he gave me or been more conscious of my fear and self-imposed isolation. As I started to stand up for myself and realize my strength, the dam burst and he exploded. I will learn from the past. I will keep my strength and my voice. I will mother my children and trust my instinct and my heart without reservation and if I ever marry again, I’ll speak up.” –Jenny Kanevsky, married 17 years

“There was a lack of authenticity from the very start. When you’re young, few things are more important to you than the love, acceptance and validation of another. So you seek it at all costs. Even if it means masking who you really are on the inside. Take a lesson from me: Hiding who you really are for the purposes of another’s acceptance is a fool’s errand. An errand that never works out well in the end.

I define authenticity as the daily practice of letting go of who you think you’re supposed to be and embracing who you truly are. Or, as Shakespeare once wrote, ‘This above all: to thine ownself be true.’ Said another way, be yourself. Always. Nothing in life will ever be more important. And that’s a lesson it took me almost forty years to learn.” –Austin Blood, married 12 years

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“My parents have been married for 45 years. My ex’s parents, 47. Prior to our own marriage, we believed we’d done all the due diligence. We dated for four years, we lived together, we had careers and pets and traveled. We were on the same page in so many ways, even on our ideas on divorce. We knew it was a reality… just not in our family. We didn’t believe in leaving that door open so neither of us imagined it would ever happen to us.

But life is unpredictable and messy and bad things happen to really good people. We all make mistakes and our futures never ever turn out like we think they will. There is something to be said about having and working toward specific hopes and dreams in life. But when you put blinders on to all other paths, as I did, the fall is so much more painful. Because you’re not just losing a spouse, you’re losing the only future you ever planned on having. This aspect of my divorce has left me more wrecked than any other… it’s falling alone without a rope. If I could go back, I wouldn’t hang all my dreams on one hopeful ideal. I’d also have faith that I’d be OK if life unfolded differently than we’d hoped.” –Shannon Lell, married 8 years

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“The way I see it, a marriage is like a garden. The more you tend to it, the more it will thrive. Romance is the vitamins and nutrients. Shared values and joined purpose are the soil in which every plant finds purpose and strength to grow and make the most of the opportunity the garden affords. Everything else is weeds: All the jealousies and distractions. All the unresolved misunderstandings that linger past bedtime. All the disagreements over nothing that will ever matter in the long run. All the fights over territory and superiority, and who was right and who was wrong.

There will always be weeds. Every garden has them. But if you can pull them out the moment you spot them, it will reduce the chance for them to spread and grow and bring your garden to its knees. My mistake? I should have paid more attention to the weeds.” –Tom Sturges, married 15 years

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