Archive for the 'Girls Aloud' Category
December isn't even over yet and InStyle's February issue cover is already out! But that's OK because the cover girl is one of our faves, Nicola Roberts!
Way to work that camera girl!
Check out some of the images in the gallery (below)!
Eylure is breaking ground with their new line of guylashes — Natural Eyelashes For Men.
A brand endorsed by Girls Aloud, Eylure offers both thick and fine styles with a clear strip of tape to affix the lashes.
With or without guyliner, these new things will definitely come in handy!!
As we mentioned last year, Kimberly Walsh was chosen as Puma's hottie of a spokesperson.
Now, the Girls Aloud star is yet again starring in a new campaign for the company, this time for the Puma TrainLite campaign.
For the new ads, Kim gets wet and steamy, showing off her
sexual athletic side.
Gorgeous! Oh yea, and the shoes look good too.
Then check out the behind the scenes clip after the jump of Walsh at her shoot.
"I saw Victoria on a plane recently and she said how exciting it was being a designer. I think it's brilliant what she's done. I'd love to do what she's doing. Her New York Fashion Week collection was my favourite."
Well, you've already done a great job following in her footsteps (i.e. marry a soccer player, joined a girl group, cut your hair in a bob, went blonde, etc.) so why not?
Check out this fiery redhead.
Sarah Harding worked the catwalk this past weekend during London Fashion Week.
The Girls Aloud star owned the runway during the Look Magazine show showing off her new red hair.
We’re loving the office chic look with the black pants and white blazer. Even the dress with the black tube top is killer.
As for the hair — gorgeous!!!
[Image via Lia Toby/WENN.]
Nicola Roberts looks amazing on the cover of Fabulous magazine.
In her interview, the Girls Aloud member turned solo artist opens up about all the negative comments she's received.
"I don't care what they say now. It's too mentally draining for me to be bothered. This is how I was born and I've got bigger things to care about than shallow people's opinions of me.
They can't hurt me now - you harden to it. In order to keep myself protected I've had to toughen my heart a little bit, which is a real shame. But I don't feel sorry for myself. I just feel embarrassed for the people who wrote and said horrible things, knowing I was a 17-year-old girl."
There's nothing negative they can say about this cover shot though!