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Pop star Justin Bieber is reportedly seeking treatment for depression, according to US sources.

A source told E! News that the Sorry singer is "batting depression and he's been having a difficult time." 

"He really wants to get better. He has been seeking all the help he can get," said the insider, claiming that the star is leaning on his 22-year-old wife Hailey Baldwin for support.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Bieber soared to fame at the tender age of just 13-years-old, and recently spoke about the difficulties of growing up in the public eye.

He said: "I didn't really have a chance to find who I was apart from what I did."

"I just needed some time to evaluate myself: who I am, what I want out of my life, my relationships, who I want to be – stuff that when you're so immersed in the music business you kind of lose sight of."

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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The 24-year-old has composed a strong network around him of "the people that love him most," such as his mum, wife and pastor.

The source stated that "this is just something Justin has to deal with" and that he is actively seeking professional treatment. "He is in outpatient therapy and getting help every day," the source elaborated.

"This is his focus right now." He recently got candid about his struggle with his mental health in an honest interview with Vogue. He revealed a number of personal problems, such as resentment towards his parents.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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While speaking to Vogue, he said: "I've struggled with the feeling that people are using me or aren't really there for me, and that writers are looking to get something out of me and then use it against me."

People magazine allege that Justin is feeling "down and tired" and "has been struggling a bit", but the treatment and health issues have nothing to do with Hailey.

The pair tied the knot last September, with people close to them saying that Justin is very happily married: "It's just something else that he struggles with mentally."

"He has good help around him and is receiving some treatment. He seems confident he will feel better soon."

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The Duchess of Sussex is set to follow in the footsteps of Princess Diana and The Duchess of Cambridge by featuring on the cover of one of the most famous magazines.

Rumour has it British Vogue are eager for the mum-to-be to feature on the cover of their magazine and we are hoping the former Suits star says yes to their proposal.

Speaking of their desire to work with Meghan, Editor in Chief Edward Enninful told Express that the younger royals are paving the way for new traditions.

He gushed about how Meghan has breathed new life into the Royal Family: “I am so into the young royals. Meghan is an example of how far we’ve all come.”

Meghan won’t be the first royal to feature on the cover of the magazine. The late Princess Diana featured on the cover of the publication numerous times in 1981, 1991, 1994 and 1997.

The Duchess of Cambridge graced the cover of the 100th-anniversary issue of British Vogue so we are sure Meghan won’t pass up this opportunity.

Enniful even teased a joint cover with both Meghan and Kate. “They are different, it’s all fun and games. I’d love them both to be on the cover of Vogue,” he said.

The most recent royals to feature in the publication were Princess Eugenie and her sister Princess Beatrice. The sisters featured in the magazine last year so there’s no doubt the Royals are huge fans of British Vogue.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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We are sure Meghan’s cover would be nothing but stunning, but there’s no doubt it’ll be completely unique to Kate’s and we certainly cannot wait to see how it turns out.

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Joe Alwyn is a man of consistency, if nothing else. He pretty much explicitly refuses to talk about his relationship with Taylor Swift that we're all GAGGING to hear the details about.

Every now and again, we get a few tasters, but it's Swift-ly shut down (Yup, we went there).

He's continuing his award season run for his acting work in Boy Erased, Mary, Queen of Scots and The Favourite, meaning interviewers are once again clamouring to gather scandalous information.

He recently spoke about his notoriously quiet two-year relationship to one of pop's biggest singers, and commented on how his relationship is often perceived.

Alwyn's interview was with Mr. Porter's The Look magazine, and let's just saw he was less than impressed when his ties to Taylor were referred to as "strangely private".

They've managed to keep their relationship intensely secret, except for a few photocall opportunities during awards season (the Golden Globes, holla).

Whenever he's directly asked about his famous girlfriend, he essentially walks away or else skirts around the question, which is totally fair. It's his life, after all.

The actor was asked whether he feels he has to fight more nowadays for his privacy, given his relationship status to such a famous woman.

“I don’t think more than anyone else," he said. "I don’t think anyone you meet on the streets would just spill their guts out to you, therefore why should I? And then that is defined as being ‘strangely private’. Fine. But I don’t think it is. I think it’s normal.” 

The lad's dead right, most of us wouldn't tell media giants about our love lives, for fear they'd twist our words or invade our space.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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To Vogue UK, when quizzed on the public's interest in him and Swift, he answered; “I’m aware people want to know about that side of things. I think we have been successfully very private and that has now sunk in for people…but I really prefer to talk about work.”

British GQ didn't get much further; "Someone's private life is by definition private. No one is obliged to share their personal life."

And on whether he'd name his favourite Taylor Swift song: “I’m just not even going to go into that side of the world." He's good at the whole silent thing, we'll give him that.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Esquire asked whether he gets advice; “I didn’t seek out advice on that because I know what I feel about it. I think there’s a very clear line as to what somebody should share, or feel like they have to share, and what they don’t want to and shouldn’t have to.”

Entertainment Tonight's reporter ventured to ask if he'd act with his belle, but he sort of shot that down too; "It’s not planned at the moment, but who knows."

You do you, Joe. You don't owe us nothing, plus the lad is extremely talented in his own right.

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Renowned film director Quentin Tarantino has married his fiancée Daniella Pick in an intimate ceremony today in Los Angeles, PEOPLE has reported.

The happy couple have been engaged since July 2017, with Israeli news publication Haaretz being the first to announce the ceremony would be taking place.

The Israeli singer chose fashion designer Dana Harel to designed four white wedding dresses for Pick in the run up to her nuptials.

Pick and Tarantino first met in 2009 when the well-known director was promoting his film Inglorious Basterds in Israel. Pick announced their engagement last year through her Instagram, saying;

"'We're so excited and happy to celebrate our engagement here in ISRAEL," she posted. "Thanks for your kind wishes. We feel truly blessed."

Pick, 35, is the daughter of Svika Pick, an Israeli pop singer.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

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Pick shared photos of her lavish bridal shower on her Instagram, with the singer wearing a flower crown and frilly white gown, as well as the classic 'bride-to-be' sash in gold letters. 

The 55-year-old director is scheduled to release Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, his latest offering, in 2019.

The movie centres around the controversial antics of the Manson family murders of 1969, and stars Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margot Robbie.

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Kendall Jenner has found herself in the midst of controversy again.

This time, it all started when she wore an afro for a photo shoot with Vogue magazine.

The 22-year-old model posed for the photos alongside model Imaan Hamman as part of a series in the November issue of the magazine and online to honour the 15th anniversary of the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund.

Kendall is seen wearing an afro next to Imaan, whose hair is straightened. 

Followers quickly slammed the images, taken by fashion photographer Mikael Jansson, in the comments, with people to asking why she had been cast instead of a model whose hair was naturally styled like that.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Fifteen years and 150 finalists later, the @CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund prize has created global stars, local heroes, a must-watch New York Fashion Week, and, most important, a true sense of community among designers of all ages and backgrounds—all with differing aesthetic and commercial aspirations—who communicate, collaborate, and essentially care for one another through the fun and not-so-fun times. Laura Vassar Brock—one of the founders of 2016 #CVFF winner Brock Collection—says, “We spoke to a few friends who had gone through it, and they all said the same thing: that the Fashion Fund is a life-changing experience. And indeed it was!” Tap the link in our bio to learn more. Photographed by @mikaeljansson, styled by @tonnegood, Vogue, November 2018

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One wrote, ''why did you use a white celebrity for this shoot instead of a person of colour who rocks this hair naturally'' while another said, ''African Americans were forced to straighten their f$$ing hair in America in order to get jobs.''

Another said, ''if you wore your hair natural it had to be cut short. Hell, the military only allowed dreads two years ago. So GTFOH with 'Blacks straighten their hair'. If we weren’t forced to, I can only hope we wouldn't it! It’s appropriation!"

Vogue has issued a response to this backlash, stating how they were supposed to evoke a nostalgic aesthetic reminiscent of the early 20th century.

They said, ''the image is meant to be an update of the romantic Edwardian/Gibson Girl hair which suits the period feel of the Brock Collection, and also the big hair of the '60s and the early '70s, that puffed-out, teased-out look of those eras.''

They continued, ''we apologize if it came across differently than intended, and we certainly did not mean to offend anyone by it." 

However, not everyone had a problem with the hairstyle. 

One person wrote, ''I see a teased hair waiting for a beehive! Thatz all!"

Another said, ''all the anger about this is nonsense. Even if the intent was to be an afro its hella not! Look at our black kings and queens and google what an afro looks like! Angry for nothing."

What do you think – massive overreaction or fair enough? 

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Rihanna has smashed stereotypes, broken down boundaries and blazed trails since she first exploded onto the scene over a decade ago.

So it's no surprise that she's gracing the September issue of British Vogue, and making history while she does it. 

In the 102 years since the publication began, there has never been a black cover star for the September issue…until RiRi, of course. 

This landmark event is all down to the magazines new editor-in-chief – the insanely talented Mr Edward Enninful.

As he explains in his Editor's letter, ''I always knew it had to be Rihanna.''

The cover and whole photo shoot are bursting with colour and vibrancy thanks to photographer Nick Knight, and we can't not mention the fab 1930's/1990's super-thin brows that Rihanna is rocking.

While we've burnt any photographic evidence that we ever had brows like that, she simply looks unreal. 

In the mag, the 30-year-old gives advice on dating and dishes on being a diva and her link to the Royal family. 

Edward gushed about his cover star, ''[she is] a fearless music-industry icon and businesswoman, when it comes to that potent mix of fashion and celebrity, nobody does it quite like her. No matter how haute the styling goes, or experimental the mood, you never lose her in the imagery. She is always Rihanna. There’s a lesson for us all in that. Whichever way you choose to dress the new season, take a leaf out of her book and be yourself.''

Vogue USA has also embraced diversity with the appointing of Beyonce as a guest editor.

According to RollingOut, Queen Bey ''will make history at the publication by insisting that Tyler Mitchell, 23, photograph her for the cover. It will be the first time that Vogue has hired a black photographer to shoot its cover during its 126-year history.''

Great news for the iconic magazine – let's hope other publications soon follow suit. 

So grab your copy of the stunning September issue on August 3rd – we know we will be!

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Your weekly mega-dose of motivation – from the leaders and trailblazers inspiring those around them.

This week, and in a brand-new series, SHEmazing! chats with Noelle O'Reilly, CEO of the Dublin Tech Summit

 

Publishing; events; one of the world’s biggest social media sites… and now the inaugural Dublin Tech Summit: to date, Noelle O’Reilly’s career has been anything but conventional.

Never mind that she’s still just 30. Nor that she’s a mum-of-one – with a three-legged Puggle called Charlie and a cat called Bella – to occupy her time too.

“I also cook as much as possible and I travel constantly,” she adds with a smile while in conversation recently with SHEmazing!

“Next on my list is Bali and then the Northern Lights.”

Noelle’s success is nothing short of standout – and behind her drive is a single simple trait that she says continues to fuel her now: curiosity.

“I love to learn!” Noelle laughs. “I taught myself how to code; how to build websites; how to play guitar; how to solve a Rubik's Cube.

“I never let anyone tell me that I couldn’t do something.”

It’s an important sentiment considering that Ms O’Reilly is so immersed in the world of tech – an industry which traditionally hasn’t presented as many opportunities for women.

“The number of women working within the technology industry is growing,” she highlights, “yet women still only make up 30 percent of the 7million people working in Europe’s digital sector. And when considering only tech-related roles they are even more underrepresented.

Apple has the highest proportion of female employees in tech roles, but this figure is still only 20 percent. At Twitter, only 10 percent of tech positions are filled by women.

“Women hold just a quarter of Fortune 500 board seats, and only 4 percent of Fortune 500 CEOs are female.

“Young women need to be encouraged to explore their interests in technology from a very young age.

“At the Dublin Tech Summit, we are trying to do our bit too – so we allocated €200,000 worth of complimentary tickets to our women in technology initiative.”

The buzz around the DTS is definitely already humming. Taking place on February 15 and 16 in the Convention Centre, some 10,000 attendees will engage in talks and workshops centring on topics relating to fashion and FinTech, to marketing and big data.

Gary Vaynerchuk, best-selling author and entrepreneur, is already confirmed as being among the illustrious speaking line-up.

Certainly, there can be no doubt that this is an event willing and able to fill the gap left when Paddy Cosgrove’s Web Summit left for Lisbon.

“I wanted to grow something from the ground up,” Noelle – a former director of IMAGE publications who also did a stint with Twitter at the social media giant’s Dublin office – says now of her involvement as CEO.

“That’s what really excites me about what we’re doing at the Dublin Tech Summit. To be a part of setting the tone and direction for years to come is really what motivates our team.”

Naturally, Noelle is drawing now from her past career milestones, lending her unique skills to what amounts to nothing short of a colossal undertaking.

“I knew my experience from fashion to tech and then events would give it the edge that it needed,” she explains.

“I knew I had the drive to focus on the end goal and deliver results. DTS is not just for businesses and tech heads though; we have a stage for visionary leaders and a stage dedicated to fashion, for example.

"The fact that there are eight themes, means that the participants will be from a wider range of backgrounds and I think that makes for a more dynamic experience.”

She continues: “It’s also building something for the city to be really proud of. This is year one; we will learn a lot this year and we want people to join us and let us know what they want for year two. This isn't about us as a company, it’s about Dublin having another string to its bow.

As for the future, in addition to the DTS, Noelle says she will set up her own business consultancy.

“I’ll help other companies take their first steps into the market,” she explains. “The main focus for me is productivity: teaching companies how to be more productive using technology. After that, their market strategy and activation. I am a real believer in simplicity hence my Twitter bio: 'I create. I produce. I simplify.'

Unsurprisingly for someone who has achieved an awful lot at an early age, Ms O’Reilly has weathered her fair share of professional storms.

“When I was younger, maybe in my mid-20s, I felt like my gender held me back a bit. But now, I know my value and my worth so it’s just not an issue anymore.

“I just wish I knew back then what I was capable of. My manager a few years back called me aggressive. I was genuinely hurt by this.

“I remember questioning myself and wondering what I could do to change that. I hated thinking that people found me aggressive.

“Looking back, if I was a man, I would have been called determined, not aggressive. I would have been applauded.

“So my advice to any woman who feels held back in any way is to chase jobs and opportunities when they arise.

"Never presume that you won’t get it! Challenge yourself, learn new skills, and most of all, be confident. You’re better than you think.

 

For the next round of Women In Tech tickets apply here.

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They're hardly the shy and retiring type of family, but the latest magazine cover from the Kardashian-Jenner clan is certainly seriously eye-catching. 

Still, no one could deny that Kim Kardashian, who is currently pregnant with her second child, looks incredible on the front of the most recent edition of Rolling Stone magazine.

For the shoot, the 34-year-old embraced a nautical theme, donning a ship captain's hat, navy striped Breton vest, and a crimson bra. 

The cover-shot was taken by the famed Terry Richardson, who was worked with Mrs West on numerous occasions previously.

His work also included high-profile advertising campaigns for Marc Jacobs, Tom Ford, and Yves Saint Laurent. 

And although the reality TV star (naturally) works with a stylist, she reveals in the magazine's accompanying interview that "the makeover Kanye has given me is amazing,” although she did add that she reckons that she would have embraced high-fashion eventually – even without her fashionista husband's help. 

Kim furthermore explained: "I value his opinion. There’s no one more creative in my eyes. There’s no one that gets the relevancy of pop culture [more]."

Even more interestingly, she also revealed that she rarely wears underwear – unless it's figure-hugging, control Spanx.​

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Ok we already knew, Kanye is pretty stylish. He has designed his own line of clothing, he is fashion week royalty, he can call a lot of the biggest designers in the world his friends and he has an extremely stylish wife and toddler. 

But it has now been made official, well by one magazine anyway, as GQ have named Kanye West the most stylish man in the world. 

According to GQ, the men were chosen not by what they wore on the red carpet, but instead by their street style.

Kanye took to the cover of the popular magazine wearing a white shirt and ripped baggy jeans.  Also joining the top 20 most stylish men alive are Pharrell Williams, Jay-Z, Ryan Gosling, Bradley Cooper and many more.

Proud wifey, Kim, took to Instagram to share her happiness at her husband's magazine cover 

 

Most stylish man alive!!!!! @GQ

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The GQ website explained "the team spent countless hours pulling scores of photos – pretty much every look each nominee has been caught wearing in the last few years"

Kanye has had a very successful year fashion wise, he teamed up with Adidas for the release of Yeezy season 1, which debuted during New York Fashion week and his shoe collection, Yeesy boost 350, has just been unveiled. 

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Tina Knowles, mother of Beyoncé and Solange, could pass as their older sister in a just-released stunning glossy magazine shoot.

The 61-year-old posed wearing a golden crown for the July issue of Ebony magazine, as is playfully referred to as Queen T – a play on Beyonce's Queen B title given to her by her fans. 

The grandmother-of-two looks amazing in a red dress on the front of the sexy forever issue of the magazine.

Tina’s hair was styled extremely similarly to Beyoncé, as her long brown hair was in wild curls that make her look way younger than she is.

She was is wearing red lipstick with matching nail polish for the shoot and we now are all sure where Beyonce gets her hotness from.

The fashion designer married actor Richard Lawson, 68, in April in a ceremony that included daughters Beyoncé, 33, and 28-year-old Solange Knowles.

Tina explains how she keeps in shape in the exclusive Ebony interview, saying she does Pilates five days a week.

She also discussed her childhood, leaving solo for California at age 18 and opening a Houston hair salon at age 34 with her children in tow.

Tina's salon Headliners became one of the most prosperous hair businesses in Houston and she later became the costume designer for Destiny's Child.

Tina spoke to the magazine about being chosen to front its #SexyForever issue, saying, "My first question was, 'Me, really?' I had some reservations but as I thought of all the women who tell me daily that I have inspired them to live a wholehearted life, which includes your sexuality.

“I am proud to be 61 years old and to not be putting limitations on my lifestyle. We can still be sexy and vibrant, fashionable, classy and fly until the day we die!"

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Lorde is an 18-year-old better known for her successful music career than staged soundbites, but that hasn’t stopped the star opening up about her style in the July issue of Australian Vogue.

Over the weekend Lorde previewed her cover, keeping her cool girl status firmly intact as she referred to Vogue as a “pretty underground publication”. The cover shot features the young New Zealander in a floral Gucci max-dress, and she’s nailing it. Complete with that coveted dewy-look make-up, the teenager looks amazing.

While the cover is fabulous, it is a little different from the star’s signature long dark locks paired with equally dark lips. Speaking with the magazine the Royals singer addresses her trademark androgynous style by saying that she’s not afraid to buy men’s clothes if she likes how they look.

She also dishes about her trip to this year’s Met Ball, and we’re hoping she might have something to dish about what happens behinds the scenes with all of those famous faces, and dresses!

Following the release of her hit single in 2013, Lorde has achieved worldwide success and won a number of awards including Grammys and Billboard awards.

Getting a shout out from the editor-in-chief Edwina McCann, Lorde is described as “fiercely intelligent” and equally talented.

The teenager still manages to make the time for more down to earth activities when she’s not busy writing award winning albums. Previously the star has said she enjoys dumpster-diving in her free time at home and we wouldn’t mind hearing a little more about that particular hobby.

Styled by Christine Centenera, Lorde, real name Ella Maria Lani Yelich-O'Connor, looks far from dumpster chic in this Vogue debut. 

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Danish magazine, Cover, has been forced to apologise after a photo of a model they used caused uproar.

Cover, a fashion and lifestyle magazine, chose to acknowledge their mistake at using the photo in their magazine, with publisher Malene Malling saying: “Today is a sad day for me. On the Cover we have through the years printed in the tens of thousands of images, but the images of an all-too-thin model in Cover 103 shouldn’t be printed. I have not lived up to my responsibility as a publisher, woman and mother and am truly sorry.”

The publisher went on to say that the magazine continues to strive to show all aspects of womanhood: “On the Cover we have in all the years worked to show an expanded beauty ideal. Show that you can be beautiful in various ages and various sizes. We have always sought to work with healthy girls. Just two months ago we had plus-size model Diana Graham on the front of the Cover, so it is certainly a subject we focus on.”

Unfortunately, it’s not the first or last time a magazine will face controversy for situations like this. What are your thoughts on the photo? 

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