• The eternal spring of the Canary Islands

    Set in the cool blue waters of the Atlantic, the Canary Islands archipelago is unique: with its range of natural habitats and its subtropical diversity it offers an entire micro universe to enjoy – and all in a beautiful springtime climate. It's no wonder the Canaries are nicknamed the Fortunate Isles. There are seven islands in all, which means seven worlds to discover in a thousand ways. There are beautiful beaches where the winds and waves combine to make perfect windsurfing conditions; there are strange volcanic landscapes to be expored from the back of a camel; you can sail

  • Get celebrity style

    The Ballet Bun The bun has been a runway regular for the past two seasons, and celebs are now rocking it with pride, all-be-it in varying forms. At “The Hills” wrap party, Whitney Port opted for an ultra-chic updo perched on the highest part of her crown, and Kim Kardashian worked downtown style with a messy topknot. But you know it’s fashion gospel when Victoria Beckham dabbles in the trend; she was spotted at Net-a-porter.com’s 10th birthday bash with an elegant bun at the nape of her neck. CLICK ON IMAGES FOR GALLERY Victoria Beckham and Kim Kardashian This is a relatively

  • Just magical: Flawless Emma Watson leads stars at 'Harry Potter' world premiere

    In the past 11 years, Emma Watson has grown from a shy schoolgirl to a poised and elegant fully-fledged star. That was evident as she strolled the red carpet with her Harry Potter co-stars Daniel Radcliffe and Rupert Grint at the latest film's premiere in London on Thursday night. The 20-year-old actress put in a flawless appearance in a black Rafael Lopez lace and feathered dress. Click on photos for gallery It had been specially modified to include a shorter skirt section. And she completed the look wiith Charlotte Olympia pumps, Solange Azagury Partridge jewels and a Remembrance Day poppy. Commentators

  • 'X Factor' contestants looking more glam than ever on biggest outing yet

    One night of magic was all the X Factor contestants needed to don their glad-rags and hit the red carpet. Attending the premiere of Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows: Part One in London, Cher Lloyd, Katie Waissel and Rebecca Ferguson proved they can hold their own in the style stakes with celebrity fashionistas. Click on the photo for

  • A sneak peek at what's coming up in the new boy wizard adventure

    As Harry Potter mania takes over Britain, here's a chance for hellomagazine.com readers to have a sneak peek at what's coming up in The Deathly Hallows: Part 1. Harry, Hermione and Ron leave the sanctuary of Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry to search for artifacts that are the key to the power of dark Lord

  • Shimmering goddesses Sarah and Shakira put the 'Sex' into German awards

    Giving a twirl for the cameras as she arrived at the Bambi awards in Germany, mistress of ceremonies Sarah Jessica Parker set the tone for a night of high glamour. Also matching her in the style stakes was Shakira, on bombshell form in a limelight-stealing gold sequinned one-shoulder column. Click on photos for gallery The Snake-hipped Colombian siren then changed into a skimpy African-inspired skirt to shimmy her way through her World Cup anthem Waka Waka. Thursday's gala also attracted Orlando Bloom, temporarily apart from his beautiful pregnant wife Miranda Kerr, who received recognition - and a warm kiss from Sarah for his

  • Music queen J Lo reigns over star-studded Latin Grammys

    She's known for her killer curves and beautiful looks. And Jennifer Lopez looked every inch the Latina star as she graced the Latin Grammy Awards with husband Marc Antony.  Held in Las Vegas on Thursday, the ceremony celebrated cultural diversity, attracting top musicians from three continents. Performing at the event were household names such as Hero singer Enrique Iglesias and Ricky Martin who left his twin boys at home for a night on the town. Also having a good evening was Canadian songbird Nelly Furtado, who took home Best Female Pop


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