See the Wild Style Trends Coachella Is Known For, From Flower Crowns to Bondage Fashion

Coachella 2018, street styleFrom flashy fashion to over-the-top accessories and beauty looks, Coachella is the festival to let your wild side run free.
If anything, many audacious styles have been brought to life…

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Olivia Colman: Uneasy Lies the Head That Wears the Crowns

Olivia Colman has been a quiet star in Britain for a decade. But with two royal roles ahead, she’s reluctantly stepping into the spotlight.
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From Fake Royal Jewels to Lunch Break Capes: Crazy Facts About The Crown’s Costumes

The Crown, The Crown Season 2When it comes to convincingly portraying a real-life person, a lot comes down to the costume.
The cast of The Crown can certainly agree. For two seasons so far, the Netflix series has…

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From Fake Royal Jewels to Lunch Break Capes: Crazy Facts About The Crown’s Costumes

The Crown, The Crown Season 2When it comes to convincingly portraying a real-life person, a lot comes down to the costume.
The cast of The Crown can certainly agree. For two seasons so far, the Netflix series has…

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RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 10 Crowns a Winner

RuPaul's Drag Race Season 10 FinaleIt truly is the age of Aquaria.
RuPaul’s Drag Race named a winner for season 10 tonight, and while we’d have been shocked to hear it at the beginning of the season, we’re…

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Is Paul Bettany The Crown’s New Prince Philip?

Paul BettanyThere’s a new prince on the block. According to reports, Paul Bettany will replace Matt Smith as Prince Philip in season three of The Crown. Yep, Vision replaces the Doctor.
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How To Make DIY Flower Crowns, Because They Aren’t Just For Brides And Hippies Anymore

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There are certain music festival trends that we hope never make the transition to mainstream (read: all-fringe everything), but there are others we welcome with open arms. Take the flower crown, for instance, which was once exclusively the territory of bohemian brides and hippie flower children. It’s now become a summer staple (thanks, Beyoncé!).

It’s for good reason: The flower crown looks good on everyone, complements any hair style (including bad hair days), smells delightful, and looks just at home on the beach as it does at a bachelorette party or baby shower. But the best thing about flower crowns has to be that you can make them yourself — really, it’s surprisingly easy and cheap to string something together. You can have customizable headgear all summer long.

In Hawaii, flower crowns are known as haku lei — just another version of the traditional lei. Women rock them at the beach for no particular reason, or make them for friends and loved ones on special occasions. They’re so ubiquitous and popular that Honolulu-based flower shop Paiko hosts a DIY flower crown workshop three times a week.

The women at Paiko have become experts on the process, and graciously shared the below tips so we can all blossom into summer with the freshest of trends.


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How To Make DIY Flower Crowns, Because They Aren’t Just For Brides And Hippies Anymore

diy

There are certain music festival trends that we hope never make the transition to mainstream (read: all-fringe everything), but there are others we welcome with open arms. Take the flower crown, for instance, which was once exclusively the territory of bohemian brides and hippie flower children. It’s now become a summer staple (thanks, Beyoncé!).

It’s for good reason: The flower crown looks good on everyone, complements any hair style (including bad hair days), smells delightful, and looks just at home on the beach as it does at a bachelorette party or baby shower. But the best thing about flower crowns has to be that you can make them yourself — really, it’s surprisingly easy and cheap to string something together. You can have customizable headgear all summer long.

In Hawaii, flower crowns are known as haku lei — just another version of the traditional lei. Women rock them at the beach for no particular reason, or make them for friends and loved ones on special occasions. They’re so ubiquitous and popular that Honolulu-based flower shop Paiko hosts a DIY flower crown workshop three times a week.

The women at Paiko have become experts on the process, and graciously shared the below tips so we can all blossom into summer with the freshest of trends.


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Dancing With the Stars Crowns a New Winner—Find Out!

We have a winner! Season 20 of Dancing With the Stars is officially in the books, but was the winner your first choice? Did the finale live up to your expectations? We have that and…




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