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Anna Wintour Throws The Nicest Possible Shade At The Kardashians

Anna Wintour Throws The Nicest Possible Shade At The Kardashians

Let Anna Wintour teach you how to politely duck a direct question. 

The Vogue editor-in-chief skillfully and almost completely skirted a viewer who asked her thoughts on the Kardashian family’s fashion, in the latest episode of online video series “Go Ask Anna,” published Monday. 

“You have to admire how they have created an empire through their personalities and the creative genius of their mother,” Wintour said, starting off her answer with a non-answer.

“And … how … they live the way they do,” Wintour added, seemingly at a loss for words. “I can’t possibly understand or fathom living so much in the public eye, but obviously it works.” 

Anna Wintour, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian attend CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Show and Tea at Chateau Marmont on Oct. 20, 2015 i



Anna Wintour, Kanye West and Kim Kardashian attend CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Show and Tea at Chateau Marmont on Oct. 20, 2015 in Los Angeles.

“Kim, of all of them, have possibly changed the most,” she continued, finally addressing the family’s style.

“I personally admire the way that she has become a little bit more minimal, in the way that she’s dressing ― a lit bit more covered,” Wintour said. 

Maybe this “Go Ask Anna” episode was filmed before the Hollywood Beauty Awards in Los Angeles on Feb. 17. Kim Kardashian wore a jaw-dropping, vintage look from Thierry Mugler ― one of her revealing outfits yet.

Kim Kardashian at the fifth annual Hollywood Beauty Awards at the Avalon in Hollywood on Feb. 17.



Kim Kardashian at the fifth annual Hollywood Beauty Awards at the Avalon in Hollywood on Feb. 17.

Wintour went on to say very nice things about Kendall Jenner, who she said she’s had the most experience with at Vogue. 

“People thought that she wouldn’t last, and I give her a lot of credit for persevering in her highly successful modeling career,” Wintour said. 

Wintour did not reveal her thoughts on rapper and Yeezy designer Kanye West, who is personally responsible for Kim’s fashion 180.

West famously cleaned out Kardashian’s closet on a 2012 episode of “Keeping Up With the Kardashians” and regularly points out things he doesn’t like about his wife’s look, from her makeup to her sunglasses

Seth Meyers, Anna Wintour, Kim Kardashian West and North West attend Kanye West Yeezy Season 2 during New York Fashion Week o



Seth Meyers, Anna Wintour, Kim Kardashian West and North West attend Kanye West Yeezy Season 2 during New York Fashion Week on Sept. 16, 2015 in NYC.

“I always thought I had really good style until I met my husband and he told me that I had the worst style,” Kardashian said at the Business of Fashion West summit last year.

“He was really nice about it and cleaned out my whole closet. I probably had 250 pairs of shoes and when we were done cleaning it out, I had two pairs left and I cried.” 

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Beauty blogger completely transforms herself into Taylor Swift, Johnny Depp and Scarlett Johansson

Beauty blogger completely transforms herself into Taylor Swift, Johnny Depp and Scarlett Johansson

The celebrity makeup transformations you won’t believe: Artist turns herself into Taylor Swift, Johnny Depp and more by using nothing but cosmetics, wigs and coloured contacts

  • A makeup artist has revealed her incredible makeup transformations 
  • He Yuya, 28, has been using only makeup to make herself look like celebrities
  • She has turned herself into the likes of Taylor Swift, Johnny Depp and Mona Lisa

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Billie Schwab Dunn For Daily Mail Australia


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Updated:
19:04 EDT, 7 March 2019

A makeup artist has shown off her stunning facial alterations that have transformed into stars as diverse as Taylor Swift, Johnny Depp and even Albert Einstein.

Using nothing but cosmetics and wigs, He Yuya, 28, from Chongqing, China, has turned herself into the mirror image of Scarlett Johansson, Cristiano Ronaldo and others.

And while all of her past makeup conversions have left 540,000 online fans stunned, her latest Taylor Swift transformation has taken her ‘imitations’ to an even higher level. 

A makeup artist has wowed thousands with her ability to transform herself into celebrities using nothing but cosmetics and wigs (pictured as Taylor Swift)

He Yuya (pictured), 28, who lives in the city of Chongqing in China, looks completely unrecognisable once she completes her transformations

A video of the transformation shows Ms Yuya covering over her eyebrows before re-drawing them, over-lining her lips and adding careful lines of blush and contour to her cheeks.

She then puts in blue contacts and adds a blonde wig to complete the look.

‘Wow you have got the talent girl,’ one follower commented.

‘I’m impressed, this is a next level makeup transformation!’ Said another. 

The variety of unique celebrities Ms Yuya has imitated goes to show how extensive her talent really is. 

Her Johnny Depp transformation also blew followers away after she used faux facial hair and heavy contouring to replicate his facial structure

Ms Yuya captures Scarlett Johansson’s Avengers character Natasha Romanoff in this astonishing snap (left) and looks very similar to Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn (right)

Ms Yuya recreated this iconic shot of Albert Einstein and you can barely tell the difference

The black and white photo of her dressed as Johnny Depp is so convincing that many would swear it was the actor himself.

The likeness is so uncanny that many commenters have raised doubts about whether it’s really her behind the makeup.  

‘You are the greatest makeup artist on earth,’ a fan wrote.

Although her Instagram feed is littered with a multitude of current famous people, she has also recreated Audrey Hepburn, Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe. 

Although her Instagram feed is littered with a multitude of current famous people, she has also recreated Audrey Hepburn (pictured), Albert Einstein and Marilyn Monroe

She has managed to perfectly recreate each stars’ unique features (pictured as Marilyn Monroe)

She has managed to perfectly recreate each stars unique features, with each look taking her four to six weeks. 

The talented artist has even gone as far as to recreate some of the world’s most famous portraits including Da Vinci’s Mona Lisa and Vermeer’s The Girl with the Pearl Earring. 

It was her version of the Mona Lisa that first saw her make headlines, after her followers had tasked her with the makeup challenge. 

It was her version of the Mona Lisa, however, that first saw her make headlines

For all of these looks she used nothing but cosmetics, including when she recreated Christiano Ronaldo (pictured)

‘The response is just overwhelming,’ she said at the time.

‘I appreciate all the support I’ve received and I’m so happy that viewers like the transformation.’ 

Ms Yuya draw-dropping transformations have earned her a loyal Instagram following where she boasts over 523,000 followers.

Her fans have made many requests for the celebrities they would like to see next, so further transformations can be expected soon.  

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How the “Roma” Sound Team Immerses the Audience in the Story

How the “Roma” Sound Team Immerses the Audience in the Story

“ROMA” screening and Q&A with Oscar nominated sound mixers Craig Henighan and JosÈ Antonio GarcÌa, Hosted by The Wrap and held at The Landmark Theatre.

Alfonso Cuaron isn’t afraid of a little relative silence. In each of his last two films, the Academy Award-winning director has taken audiences deep into the heart of Mexico City (2018’s “Roma”) and the abyss of space (2013’s space thriller “Gravity”) through the use of sounds happening in the environment. The result, as “Roma” sound mixer Jose Antonio Garcia would say, is a spiderweb that reels you in and overtakes you once you’re in its grasp.

Garcia, who has a long working relationship with Cuaron, spoke at the Landmark theater in Los Angeles on Tuesday night after a screening of the Best Picture- nominated film. The film follows the life of a live-in housekeeper in the early ’70s and her evolving relationship with the family.

Also Read: Alfonso Cuaron Wins Directors Guild Award for ‘Roma’

Garcia was joined by “Roma” sound editor Craig Henighan and sound mixer Skip Lievsay. All three are nominees for this year’s best achievement in sound mixing.

Henighan told the TheWrap’s Sharon Waxman that the goal of the score was to make the audience feel like they were a part of the scene themselves.

Also Read: How Alfonso Cuarón Brought His Memories to Life in ‘Roma’

To accomplish this feat, the team used Dolby Atmos sound. With Atmos, the many sounds of Mexico City are mapped around the audience members so they could sense where a dog in the distance is barking from or a how fast a car is creeping up into the driveway.

“There is no music score. All of our music was in old radios,” Henighan said. “The environment had to become the score.”

Also Read: Alfonso Cuaron Says Yes, People Told Him He Was Nuts to Make ‘Roma’

Getting the sounds of the environment was never more challenging for the sound team than toward the end of the film when the family goes to the beach with the housekeeper Cleo. For the scene on the beach, the sound team worked extensively to make the waves sound relentless, “like it was never going to stop,” Henighan said.

It wasn’t until Cuaron gave his little celebratory dance that the sound team knew they hit the sweet spot.

Also Read: New ABC Boss Says Oscars Drama Has Been ‘Really Compelling,’ Shows People Still Care

Cuaron went through a similar process matching the power of the scene with the power of the sounds around it with “Gravity.”

Lievsay was part of the “Gravity” team that won Best Sound Mixing at the Academy Awards in 2014. Lievsay said that during the making of “Gravity,” they wanted to put the audience in a space suit with them by re-creating the sounds you would hear in your helmet.

Also Read: Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper to Perform ‘Shallow’ at Oscars

Unlike with “Gravity,” the team on “Roma” had much less time to plan out how to capture the right sounds in a scene. That was intentional on the part of Cuaron, who said in a story published by TheWrap in December that he would keep cast members and crew alike in the dark about what scenes they would shoot the next day.

“This was a process where nobody had the screenplay,” the director said . “Nobody on the crew, none of the actors. It was only me who knew. And I shot in absolute sequence, so everybody was learning as we were going.”

Also Read: Bradley Cooper Was ‘Embarrassed’ Over Best Director Snub at Oscars

The sound team confirmed Cuaron would only give them pages day-of with general guidance of what was being shot that day.

Garcia remembers having to be there for the scene where the kids in the family are playing in hail. That shot alone would take 65 takes, he said, partly due to the difficulty of getting the sounds of the kids, the weather and everything around them accurate enough.

Despite the shoot being labor-intensive at times, Garcia still regards “Roma” as the best experience shooting in his life.

“The way he handles the language of a scene is amazing,” Garcia said of Cuaron.

‘Roma’ Star Yalitza Aparicio Portraits (Exclusive Photos)


  • Yalitza Aparicio, Roma

    Actress Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma” 

    Photographed by Irvin Rivera for TheWrap

    STYLIST: Monica Cargile

    HAIR: Matilde Campos

    MAKEUP: Brandy Allen



  • Yalitza Aparicio, Roma

    Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma” 

    Photographed by Irvin Rivera for TheWrap

    STYLIST: Monica Cargile

    HAIR: Matilde Campos

    MAKEUP: Brandy Allen



  • Yalitza Aparicio, Roma

    Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma” 

    Photographed by Irvin Rivera for TheWrap

    STYLIST: Monica Cargile

    HAIR: Matilde Campos

    MAKEUP: Brandy Allen



  • Yalitza Aparicio, Roma

    Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma” 

    Photographed by Irvin Rivera for TheWrap

    STYLIST: Monica Cargile

    HAIR: Matilde Campos

    MAKEUP: Brandy Allen



  • Yalitza Aparicio, Roma

    Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma” 

    Photographed by Irvin Rivera for TheWrap

    STYLIST: Monica Cargile

    HAIR: Matilde Campos

    MAKEUP: Brandy Allen



  • Yalitza Aparicio, Roma

    Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma” 

    Photographed by Irvin Rivera for TheWrap

    STYLIST: Monica Cargile

    HAIR: Matilde Campos

    MAKEUP: Brandy Allen



  • Yalitza Aparicio, Roma

    Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma” 

    Photographed by Irvin Rivera for TheWrap

    STYLIST: Monica Cargile

    HAIR: Matilde Campos

    MAKEUP: Brandy Allen



  • Yalitza Aparicio, Roma

    Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma” 

    Photographed by Irvin Rivera for TheWrap

    STYLIST: Monica Cargile

    HAIR: Matilde Campos

    MAKEUP: Brandy Allen



  • Yalitza Aparicio, Roma

    Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma” 

    Photographed by Irvin Rivera for TheWrap

    STYLIST: Monica Cargile

    HAIR: Matilde Campos

    MAKEUP: Brandy Allen


The actress stops by StudioWrap for an interview and photo session

Actress Yalitza Aparicio, “Roma” 

Photographed by Irvin Rivera for TheWrap

STYLIST: Monica Cargile

HAIR: Matilde Campos

MAKEUP: Brandy Allen

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Boogie & J.I.D. Embrace Bizarre Wardrobe Changes For a Photo Shoot in ‘Soho’ Video: Watch

Boogie & J.I.D. Embrace Bizarre Wardrobe Changes For a Photo Shoot in ‘Soho’ Video: Watch

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Boogie featuring JID, “Soho”

Boogie‘s anticipated debut album, Everything’s for Sale, arrived on streaming services Friday (Jan. 25). The public seemed to champion his “Soho” collaboration alongside Dreamville’s J.I.D. fairly quickly, prompting the Compton-bred MC to drop off the track’s visual just mere days later (Jan. 28).

The wacky clip goes from fun to repulsive in a matter of seconds, as the duo cycle through a number of wardrobe changes and even undergo some transformations to their facial structure during the photo shoot thanks to a few talented makeup artists and added special effects.

Boogie starts off enjoying a plate of spaghetti, but swiftly moves to posing with a grill and fake braids, while J.I.D. raps about the fallacies of the industry wearing a mummy mask. “Like the usual, know I ain’t meeting at Nobu/ Or going for Sushi at Roku/ I motherfucking told you/ I’m sick of these n—-s/ Who wanna be all in the videos, in the photos/ I think I should sign to Death Row though,” the ATLien rhymes.

The 29-year-old detailed to Billboard in an interview that the one thing he wanted listeners to pull from the album is that he’s actually a self-destructive individual. “I think my fans sometimes put me on a pedestal because of the way everybody else is rapping, and they don’t think I’m a drug head but I really be fucking up a lot,” Boogie explained. “I just want people to understand that you need to really reflect on yourself and really take that time to sit with yourself and understand what’s wrong and acknowledge it. You’ll grow from it.”

Give the “Soho” video a look below.

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