BAZAAR sat down with the actress to talk about her recent partnership with Gemfields and wildlife. This week, sustainable mining company Gemfields celebrated global brand ambassador Mila Kunis with a party
A Dutch journalist has fled Egypt after it emerged she was one of 20 journalists accused last week of "fabricating news" and being party to an alleged terrorist plot. Rena Netjes, Cairo correspondent Holland's
PRAGUE (Reuters) - Czech President Milos Zeman will appoint Jiri Rusnok, who led a caretaker government until January, to the central bank board on Wednesday February 5, the president’s office said. Czech
The Queen and the Duke of Edinburgh are to visit Rome later this year for an audience with Pope Francis, Buckingham Palace has said. The royal couple will also have a private lunch with Italian president
Mr. Gorbachev, tear down these herds' migratory patterns. The barbed wire, electric fences, watchtowers, and heavily armed guards that once lined the Iron Curtain are long gone, but red deer wouldn't jump
Unusual white lion triplets have been born in a zoo in central Poland. Andrzej Pabich, head of the zoo in Borysew, said white lions often have defects that prevent giving birth, or mothers may reject cubs.
Ten years ago, when Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook at Harvard, Noah Buyon was only nine years old. Facebook started out as a site exclusively for college students, so it took Buyon a few years to find
Istanbul has long been a city of historical layers and sharp contrasts: ancient monuments share the skyline none too comfortably with modern skyscrapers, and charming cobbled streets run alongside massive
Shares in China's Lenovo, the world's biggest PC maker, have dropped by as much as 15% as investors question its recent acquisitions. Last month, Lenovo struck two major deals totalling about $5.2bn (£3.2bn).
Geri Trotta contemplates life's important questions for the January 1968 issue of Bazaar. Why? Why? Why do grown women mistake themselves for teenagers and turn up dressed for the evening looking like
The Parisian by way of NYC discusses a particular male subset. I was with my friend Freddie Leiba vintage shopping at the antique galleries in Chelsea on a typical Sunday when I met Jim for the first As
Top supermodels reveal how they maintain mysteriously perfect skin. Fashion's best and brightest models might have amazing DNA on their side, but they also have quite a few tricks for maintaining their
Skincare can be one of the most confusing things in life. While a Google search may tell you it's OK to embrace essential oils, your friends could simultaneously warn you that you're doing it all wrong,
Kate Moss' latest incarnation – fashion editor for British Vogue – came of age today, when images from her first shoot behind the camera were released in the runup to the March issue of the magazine hitting
A court in Egypt has acquitted more than 60 supporters of ousted President Mohammed Morsi who were arrested during a violent protest last year. Judges also cleared a cameraman working for the broadcaster
Sony debuted the Xperia Z1 Compact at CES, noting that the consumer who prefers to have a smaller device does not want fewer features. Could Sony take the experience in their flagship smartphone and pack
All signs point to Apple aiming to make a splash in mobile medical health. The tech giant's so-called iWatch is said to be deep in development, with a heavy focus on mobile health and fitness tracking.
A meditation on the life cycle of amour in all its florid variations is distilled from a decade of impassioned correspondence with thousands of ardent lovers. I read somewhere that the ancient Greeks condolence
Outside Odessa's City Hall, protests are also taking place, but for the opposite reasons as those held in Kiev. Anti-government supporters have come out in cities across Ukraine, but there are fewer of