5 Days, 5 Ways: Rita Ora's Overalls Are Anything but Sexy, and That's the Point


5 Days, 5 Ways: Rita Ora's Overalls Are Anything but Sexy, and That's the Point

Mondays are for getting your life together, so it’s fitting Olivia Culpo would start us off with such a classic shirt.

She took her athleisure look to new heights when she paired workout-ready leggings and runners with a crisp, high-low button down and Saint Laurent bag. It’s an outfit easy to run errands in, but also just elevated enough to make a pit stop at the office if need be.

Tuesday’s look? It’s a little dressier, but definitely has the same cool-girl factor.

Hailey Baldwin‘s Alessandra Rich blazer dress is the perfect upscale casual look for a Tuesday. The model’s paired it with white combat boots giving the look added edge without taking it to an over-the-top place. The lighter shade’s a nice bright touch, especially in summer.

You’re going to want to invest in some one-pieces this summer, and Jessica Chastain‘s showing you why in Roksanda. The breezy outfit choice is an easy throw-on-and-go wardrobe staple, but it never looks effortless. A jumpsuit-clad ensemble looks as though you expertly curated an outfit fit for truly any occasion.

This summer, ditch the sleeves and go for something with a little less coverage like the one below.

Thursdays are so close to Fridays, the minute you wake up you can feel it. That’s why Rita Ora‘s so-not-sexy overalls are the perfect playful piece to keep you going. It’s not about being glam, it’s about being comfortable and fashion-forward. It’s time you bought yourself a pair.

As you step into the weekend, keep a fun choice of footwear in mind. Swap your usual sneakers or neutral pumps for a killer pair of cherry-red sandals, like Elle Fanning. Whether you’re wearing a flowing maxi like the star or you still went with your go-to jeans, the shoe fits.


Published at Fri, 19 May 2017 15:05:25 +0000

The Keepers Director Ryan White's Surprising Personal Connection to the Murder of Sister Cathy

Netflix’s The Keepers may be the next true crime obsession, but for its filmmaker Ryan White, it’s a deeply personal project.

The seven-episode docu-series premiered today on Netflix, bringing awareness to the 1969 still-unsolved murder of Sister Cathy Cesnik and exposing the cover-up of alleged abuse going on at the Baltimore Catholic high school she worked at.

“My aunt actually went to the high school that’s the epi-center of this story, she was Sister Cathy’s student,” Ryan White revealed to E! News. “She was also a classmate of the woman in our series who’s known as Jane Doe, whose putting her face and name on Jane Doe in the series…my aunt found out about three years ago that one of her friends was Jane Doe. She had no idea that her friend had gone through this.”

Jane Doe is revealed to be Jean Wehner in the second episode of the series, and White’s aunt connected him with her three years ago, which lead to “a lot of back and forth meetings…off-camera to decide if this would be the next best step for her.”

While Jean eventually agreed to be a part of the documentary, it wasn’t without a lot of thought and consideration.

“Jean is a very careful, deliberate person, and although my aunt knew her, she still put me through the ringer before deciding to do this,” White said. “Her story has been silenced for so long and she’s suffered in silence that I think she’s understandably wary…she really had to test me before she would do it.”

Once Jean was on board, White said their conversations were often five to six hours long at her dining room table, and he remembered not knowing what to expect when he sat down with her for the first time.

“The only thing I ever knew about Jane Doe was all on paper. I knew that she said that she had been taken to see Sister Cathy’s body and I knew that she was alleging she had gone through this unthinkable abuse. Those stories on paper I think are somewhat unbelievable… I remember saying to my aunt, ‘Is this woman credible? Is she normal?'” he recalled. “And the first time I met with Jean, it was five hours at her dining room table, and I left with my producer and we looked at each other and we said, ‘This woman is telling the truth and we need to be part of this.'”

To hear more from Ryan White about his family’s connection to the murder of Sister Cathy, watch our interview with him above.

The Keepers is currently available to stream on Netflix.


Published at Fri, 19 May 2017 15:05:00 +0000