Photography by Sian Richards
The marble trend is still going strong for 2017, but you don’t have to splash out on real stone to get the look. Transform a plain tray into a chic catchall with this easy project.
- A cardboard or wooden tray
- Acrylic paint in three complementary colours, or two colours plus white
- A small paintbrush
1. Lay the tray, right side up, on a hard work surface. Pour two or three large dollops of each paint colour onto the top of the tray.
2. Tilt the tray to one side until vertical, then gently tap the bottom edge onto your work surface, allowing the paint to drip down to the edge of the tray. Rotate the tray 90 degrees and tap the bottom edge again to create a marbled design. Repeat until the surface of the tray is coated, adding more paint, if needed, as you go.
3. Using the paintbrush, paint the rim and the sides of the tray in one of the colours.
4. Let dry overnight.
Tip: Add a metallic hue for a glam accent, or go with grey and white paint for the look of Carrara marble.
The best fashion moments from Emma Stone Image by: Getty Images
Lanvin! Dior! Valentino!
Emma Stone has got great style. And what we love the most about it is her complete willingness to throw out the rulebook. She wears pants on the red carpet, she is unafraid of clashing colours and she never lets her petite frame dictate the larger than life style statements she wishes to make.
Whether she opts for a simple t-shirt dress by Calvin Klein, or an intricately embellished number by Valentino, she always looks stunning. But more importantly, she looks like she genuinely enjoys fashion and marches to the beat of her own sartorial drum. A fashion rule we should all follow if you ask us.
Emma wore this star-detailed Valentino dress to win a Golden Globe for her role in La La Land.
For the hand and foot ceremony in 2016, Emma wore this sunshine-hued Rochas dress.
At the Los Angeles premiere of La La Land, Emma wore this stunning blue Prada number, complete with sparkling embellishment.
Emma turned heads when she decided to wear pants (gasp!) to the 2015 Golden Globe awards. We love this Lanvin look.
Emma wore this daring colour to the Oscars—and it worked amazingly! This Elie Saab dress is one of the actor's brightest fashion moments.
Stone mixed prints to perfection with this Michael Kors ensemble. Stripes and polka dots never looked so good.
Emma donned this white Prada dress for the New York premiere of The Amazing Spider-Man 2.
This forrest green Valentino Haute Couture was a subtle—but very stylish—choice for the Venice Film Festival.
Emma wore this pink two-tone ensemble to the 2014 MET Gala. We love the bright, punchy colours she chose and her simple and casual hair.
For the 2012 Oscars Emma was the lady in red in this beautiful Giambattista Valli Couture dress with bow accent.
Perhaps the first time Emma Stone turned our head on the red carpet was when she wore this simple Calvin Klein t-shirt dress to the 2011 Golden Globes.
Adorable otters, elephants, seals and other Oregon Zoo animals have been frolicking in the snow this week. Too bad the public couldn't be there!
The Oregon Zoo has taken social media by storm this week to document some of their beloved and beautiful animals taking full advantage of the weather.
Due to the first snowfall of 2017, the Portland zoo has been closed to the public for the past week. But that hasn't stopped them from posting heartwarming photos and videos of their residents testing out the big piles of snow, and they really seem to be having fun!
Polar bear Nora, harbor seals, sea otters and Samudra the Asian elephant are just some of the animals documented by the Oregon Zoo Twitter account.
Check out what some of them are up to below!
The best tuques, beanies and hats that will keep you stylish—and warm Image by: Free People
Keeping warm doesn't mean sacrificing style—even when it's just your winter hat.
Much like our other winter wear (boots, scarves, jackets), we really need our hats to keep us warm. That's priority number one. But, it helps when our head-topper picks are also stylish. Because when the weather gets cold—we're talking really, really, cold—you can't get away with ditching your tuque to save a good hair day. So you may as well find a tuque you love. One that's cute, trendy and reflects your personal sartorial tastes—and one that also happens to keep you warm.
Here are some of our favourite tuques of the season. Make sure to click through, because a lot of these styles are now on sale!
Ottawa 2017 hat, $38, roots.com.
Miss Selfridge badge beanie, $32, asos.com.
Icon shotting star beanie, $34, urbanoutfitters.com.
Merino Wool striped tuque, $35, gapcanada.ca.
Arborist Hockey toque, $30, drakegeneralstore.ca.
Two-tone knit tuque, $33, ae.com.
HBC stripe tuque, $60, thebay.com.
Leopard print beanie, $30, mango.com.
The North Face knit beanie, $32, sportinglife.ca.
Pull & Bear logo hat, $20, asos.com.
Knit beret, $37, freepeople.com.
Tna slouchy grey hat, $35, aritzia.com.
Redhot multi-colour stripe hat, $45, sportinglife.ca.
BCBGeneration Knit Tuque, $38, thebay.com.
Camo hat, $24, urbanoutfitters.com.
River Island embellished hat, $36, asos.com.
Neutral marled beanie, $30, gapcanada.ca.
Multi-coloured pom pom hat, $18, zara.com.
Rainbow stripe beanie, $50, freepeople.com.
Babaton ombre hat, $55, aritzia.com.
Kate Spade rosette hat, $78, thebay.com.