This week we're obsessed with
NYREE MCFARLANE & SIMONE MITCHELL
THIS TRANSFORMATION: We do love to hate Gwyneth Paltrow, 41, yes - but we love to love this shot of her imitating her uber frenemy Madonna. Goop has just done a series of beauty shots as different icons - from Brigitte Bardot to Audrey Hepburn - for a Max Factor campaign, and it's this fuschia-lipped look that we most adore.
THESE IMPRESSIONS: This guy is a maestro of impressions - particularly that of ladies, in fact. It's like Gwen Stefani's in the freaking room. Like diva Cher has actually landed. Amaze-bouche. Check it out.
THESE TENNIS WATCHING BROS: Move over Pippa and your Pimm's, our favourite Wimbledon friends this year were Bradley Cooper and Bear Grylls who suited up to watch a few dudes play with balls. We'd like to think they discussed drinking their own urine (Grylls from a survival perspective, B-Coop from a 'everyone's-doing-it-in-Tinsel-Town-as-it's-great-for-the-skin' way). PS: B-Coop is looking mighty beefy at the moment as he's filled out for his new film American Sniper (in which he plays Chris Kyle, aka the 'most lethal sniper in Navy SEAL history'. Aka, dude's killed a lot of people).
THIS CONDITIONER: We're essentially quite lazy when it comes to preening, which is why we love this oil conditioner. A super-quick shower at the gym just got a whole lot more doable, as this post-shampoo beauty goes in after your shower and stays in your hair. The smell is strong and almost perfume-like, but we love it, and it leaves our (very fine) hair feeling super soft and supple without weighing it down at all. New hero product. $32.30 at Shampoo Plus (more than we'd normally spend on a conditioner, yes, but we've been using it for over a month and it's hardly made a dent in the bottle).
THIS THROWBACK: After belting world number one Rafael Nadal at Wimbledon, Aussie tennis star Nick Kyrgios, 19, posted this brilliant throwback pic. He is now being referred to as "Justin Bieber with a tennis racquet" in London, we just refer to him as a legend with fantastic taste in polyester rap-clan-fan T-shirts.
THIS CAMPAIGN: Jon Snow wearing snakeskin tasselled loafers for the new Jimmy Choo men's campaign is almost as good as seeing Kit Harrington in his regular uniform of dirt, snow and blood. Almost. (We're not dead-set on the shoes themselves, however).
THIS SCREENGRAB: This movie screengrab doing the rounds on Imgur is like a magic eye. Double-faced Rock.
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