hudsonLast night, Kate Hudson posted a photo of Leonardo DiCaprio to her Instagram. The photo, dating back to 1997, wasn’t a shout-out to the Academy Award-winning actor for his work in Spielberg or climate change education, however. Instead, the side-by-side image was of their matching hairstyles, posted with the caption: “Who wore it better? #hairspiration.”
Back in July, Hudson shaved her head for an upcoming role in the film Sister, written and directed by singer/songwriter Sia. Now several months later, the buzzcut is grown out to a short brunette pixie. By the looks of her Instagram, it seems Hudson is experimenting with the style, adding product to her hair for some texture and spiking the longer ends. In doing so, she apparently pulled some major beauty inspiration from the young Leo.
In October, Hudson admitted to Ellen DeGeneres that it was a bit of a struggle managing her new haircut. “I’m starting to go through the first awkward stage of the growing out,” she told the host. “It’s, like, sticking up. I have to put it down with product, so it’s interesting.” She even suggested she might try to pull off a mullet some time in the near future — similar to Kristen Stewart’s current hair situation.
Getting a matching tattoo with your best friend or dedicating a piece of ink to a lost loved one isn’t a new concept — but the latest way people are choosing to do so certainly is. Enter: DNA tattoos.
Typically, the kind of trends we see in this department come in the form of small, dainty designs or symbolic body art etched on the likes of Hollywood’s elite. But the latest fad is in a league of its own — which, according to The New York Times, involves imbuing the DNA of a loved one into tattoo ink.
Primarily recognized by underground artist as “morbid ink,” this process has been further developed by Patrick Duffy’s Endeavor Life Sciences. Here’s how it works: Everence, a powdery substance, is synthesized from a sample of DNA — like from the inside of someone’s mouth, carbonized hair, or cremated ashes, for example. The New York Times explained that customers mail these DNA samples to Endeavor’s laboratory in Quonset, R.I., where it is then “milled, sterilized, and enclosed in microscopic capsules of PMMA.” The samples are then brought in to a tattoo artist, where they then mixed it in with the ink.
Reportedly, this practice is safe for injection because the non-biodegradable polymer used doesn’t absorb into the skin, which eliminates the risk of being recognized by the immune system. However, it doesn’t come without risk. As of right now, tattoo ink is recognized by the FDA as a cosmetic — meaning it’s not regulated (although the administration does caution consumers about potential infections and dangers of tattoos).
And it will cost you — $675 to be exact. This includes the kit to retrieve the DNA, the process of creating the powder, and the eventual return to the client months later. “Initially, Everence will take a limited amount of pre-orders to gauge demand,” reported The New York Times. “The company will offer payment plans for those who cannot afford to pay all at once.”
After four years in the making, Everence joins the ranks of other biogenic innovators like Skin46 and CGLabs — creating the kind of tattoos not even the biggest opposers could resist.
It can be difficult to continually come up with fun and festive ways to make your brows stand out. With the holidays fast approaching, you might be looking for a unique makeup look to wear to a holiday work party, a get together with friends, or a family dinner. While we all love a red lip or a shimmery eye look, sometimes you need to shake things up and try something bold and daring. That’s where Christmas tree brows come in.
Why only get to decorate one tree this year when you can decorate two more?
Beauty bloggers and makeup artists have started to share their Christmas tree eyebrow looks online, and after watching a few tutorials, they look surprisingly easy to replicate.

It’s a good time to be sneaker-obsessed. Last week, Adidas unveiled a “provocative” new style, and now we have a groundbreaking launch from Puma: the Jamming sneakers. So why are the new shoes so special? As it turns out, it’s all in the sole. The brand has created proprietary technology that “adjusts to your foot as you run for adaptive support,” per the product description.

The press release further delves into the science behind the sneakers: “Jamming boasts Puma’s brand-new technology: NRGY beads. When the NRGY beads collide in the sole of the shoe, the result is unrivaled comfort and energy return. … The raw NRGY beads in the sole of the shoe move freely inside the clear midsole with every step you take, and jam together as your foot plants. The result is ultimate comfort and cushioning customized for your step.” Intrigued? Read on to shop them for yourself, and stay tuned for more color options launching in 2018.

We can think of three things that make winter weather tolerable: coats, coats, and more coats. Warm and cozy outerwear is a nonnegotiable come December, and each year we look forward to restocking our stash of shearling, puffers, and beyond. The latest addition to our wish list? An incredibly luxe moto jacket spotted on Irina Shayk.

Turns out the velvet style only looks expensive—hailing from affordable label BlankNYC, the piece rings in just under $150. Available in black and a jewel-toned blue, the faux sherpa–lined coat adds interest to all manner of winter looks. Try it styled like Irina with skinny jeans and of-the-moment white boots

Here at Who What Wear, we’re pretty keen on monogramming just about anything, from our jeans to our tees to our luggage. Just in time for the most festive season of the year, we came across a glamorous way to rock a monogram: Stuart Weitzman’s new limited-edition shoe clips. The metal, crystal-embellished letters can be clipped onto the vamp of your shoes or the side of your handbag, making for a chic, unexpected detail that will undoubtedly elevate your look.

The $125 clips, which are also available in black crystals in every letter of the alphabet, are the chicest, most eye-catching way to personalize your favorite shoes or bag. Have a pair of boring shoes that could use a refresh? This could be your sartorial remedy. Need a last-minute gift idea for your most stylish friend? She’ll love one or two of these. Time will tell if shoe clips are to become the next big thing in the accessory world, but we certainly wouldn’t be opposed.

Winter is in full swing, and you’re bundling up to stay warm, but that doesn’t mean you have to pack away your skirts, shorts, and dresses until spring comes around. With a pair of cute tights, you can keep your leg-baring items in your wardrobe rotation. Style them with a midi dress for the perfect winter office look, or update a denim miniskirt for the colder moments. And whether you’re in need of a thermal pair, fishnets, or even tights in a bold color, they add a new dimension to your go-to warm-weather look that makes it winter-ready.

To illustrate how it’s done, we’ve rounded up some of our favorite ensembles featuring tights from some of the most stylish women around the world. With simple, straightforward, and bold iterations, there’s a little something for everyone to try. We also included a few of our current favorite pairs so you can shop different styles. We’ve got you covered—literally.

A pair of sheer tights will keep your look sleek in the winter.

Wear white tights to brighten up your look.

Or use fishnets to create an edgier vibe.

Layer your tights under shorts and a blazer for a twist on menswear for winter.

Fishnets and ankle books always make a great paring.

Update your denim skirt with opaque tights to keep warm.

Complement your statement outfit with fishnet tights.

While her new album has been toppling sales records, Taylor Swift has been busy promoting it with a slew of performances and appearances. Although she’s worn everything from bomber jackets to sequined dresses, all of her recent looks have one common element: combat boots. Since debuting Reputation, Swift has worn the trend with nearly every single outfit, both on stage and off.

So what does her covetable boot collection consist of? Most recently, she wore the Fendi Logo Biker Boots ($1150) for a performance in London this weekend, though she’s worn versions by Michael Kors and Prada for other outings. If these looks are any indication, we think we know exactly what to expect for her upcoming stadium tour costumes: a lot more combat boots.