Hailey Bieber’s Wedding Dress Features Jaw-Dropping Veil By Virgil Abloh

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How Lady Gaga Pulled Off Her Jaw-Dropping Costume Changes at the 2019 Met Gala

Lady Gaga, 2019 Met GalaWhen Lady Gaga appeared at the 2019 Met Gala, she quickly turned it into the Met Gaga.
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17 Jaw-Dropping Outdoor Proposals You Just Have To See

It’s not just how you pop the question, but where you do it. And when it comes to proposal locations, you simply cannot compete with the splendor of Mother Nature. 

To that end, we’ve collected 17 outdoor proposal photos so majestic, they’ll take your breath away. 

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Outlander’s Infamous Swan Nipple Piercing Dress is Here, and It’s More Jaw-Dropping Than You Imagined

Fans of the hit time-travel TV show Outlander know that the costumes are almost as important to the show as the plot itself. (Just take a look at Claire’s show-stopping red dress. You know, the red dress.) And while even casual fans of the show know that the show’s relocation to France has the cast in increasingly luxe and lavish attire, only die-hard readers will be prepared for the shocking “Swan Dress” about to grace their screens.

Outlander swan dress nipple piercingEd Miller / Starz

In season 2 of Outlander (which is based on Diana Gabaldon’s second installment, Dragonfly In Amber, in the book series) Claire, played by Caitriona Balfe, and Jamie, played by Sam Heughan, embark on a new life in 18th century Paris, where they swap out their Highlander wool for high-fashion couture and a life of luxury alongside King Louis XV (played by Lionel Lingelser). And it’s in this new life that the couple encounter daring (and ultra-revealing) styles that border between the lines of scandal and couture, like the nipple-baring, swan-piercing gown worn by the King’s mistress Madame Nesle de la Tourelle (played by Kimberly Smart).

“We call it ‘The Nipple Dress.’ That’s what we call it in-house,” the show’s costume designer Terry Dresbach told Vanity Fair (which has the uncensored image) of the fully breast-baring costume. “In the book it’s described as, her nipples are pierced with swan jewelry. So that’s what that’s about.”

For an actress, there must be few sensations quite like steeling yourself to bare your breasts in a gown designed to look like they’re being attacked by swans — it requires a lot of confidence, willpower and uh, strength. But Dresbach says the actress was up for the challenge from the beginning.

“[Smart] was game. She knew that this was the point,” Dresbach told Vanity Fair. “She was an amazingly good sport because, trust me, fitting nipple rings is not the most delicate of tasks. I took photos throughout the process and I have one of this poor woman with three pairs of hands on her breasts as we tried to figure out the best placement of the swans. I took the clay and molded it to her to figure out the best part for the piercing to go through, and I just kept checking in with her going, ‘Are you all right with this? Are you good?’ And she was fine.”

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Of course, it doesn’t hurt that the intricate design, complete with those house-made, swan-shaped jewels, was actually made of gold. (Yep, gold brocade.)

“What’s fascinating about the nipple dress is that is one of the most intricate costumes in season 2,” the costume designer said. “When people get over looking at the nipples — our fans watch each episode three or four times — they’ll see that gown is very ornate, very couture as would be appropriate for the king’s mistress. That dress would have cost a fortune to make and the detailing on it is really quite exquisite.”

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Dresbach added: “We designed the dress to play off what he was wearing so they both came in cloaked in gold. That is an incredibly expensive gold brocade and the furbelows — the pillows that are attached on the dress — are very, very of that time. The amount of time it takes to make those in the various sizes and attach them and the jewels and the pearls were very painstaking details that we thought were essential to the dress.

“It couldn’t be just about the pierced nipples. She’s not a whore, she’s his mistress, which means she would have been a lady of the court and very wealthy in her own right. So we needed to establish that wealth and status in the detailing of the dress.”

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10 Jaw-Dropping Photos From The 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

The entries for the 2015 National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest are in, and the photographs are as stunning as ever. The annual contest asks photographers from all around world to submit photos in four categories: Travel portraits, outdoor scenes, sense of place, and spontaneous moments.

Photographers are allowed to submit as many photos as they’d like for $ 15 apiece, with no cap on the number one person can enter. The contest, which ends June 30, is still open for entries. Winners will receive a grand prize of an 8-day National Geographic Photo Expedition to Costa Rica and the Panama Canal for two.

Scroll below to see some of the most beautiful photographs submitted to the contest so far:

1. Lighting Up The Night
“I was out in the Arches National Park to take night pictures, but the clouds moved in. I waited for about two hours in the car and finally the sky cleared and I got this image.”
Photograph and caption by Manish Mamtani/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

2. Ocean World
chris schmid
“[Bird’s eye view] of a surfer in the famous beach of Praia Mole located in Florianopolis, Brazil. This image has been made with the help of a drone.”
Photograph and caption by Chris Schmid/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

3. Frozen In Time
shane wheel
“Ice cave at the Vatnajokull glacier in Iceland.”
Photo and caption by Shane Wheel/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

4. Jal Mahal During Sunrise
ravikanth kurma
“Beautiful view of Jal Mahal during sunrise. I wanted to capture the palace and other two water structures also in the frame. Thats why I have used an ultra wide angle lens to capture this frame. Not many tourists visit the place at dawn, so the location is bit peaceful early in the morning. And locals visit the lake in the morning and feed the pigeons and fish in pond. These pigeons keeps flying across the lake once in a while, which I used to fill my frame.”
Photo and caption by Ravikanth Kurma/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

5. Colors Of Earth
maja bednas
“People in Dharavi slum in Mumbai work hard, producing mostly recycled articles and pottery. The posture of these two women at the local pottery store, taking a short break for conversation, [expresses] dignity, while the colors of their saris perfectly blend with the scenery.”
Photo and caption by Maja Bednas/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

6. Camping On The Diving Board
matthew saville
“As technology shrinks the world around us, it becomes more and more difficult to find ourselves truly lost in the outdoors. This makes those particular moments and scenes that much more special. Getting to the Diving Board was quite a challenge, as there is no official trail. For anybody who is prepared, careful, and respectful of nature, the reward is one of the most breathtaking views in all of Yosemite, in my opinion.”
Photo and caption by Matthew Saville/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

7. When Conditions Are Right
lee scott
“Giant waves converge and jump together along the Na Pali coast of Kauai. An early season northwest swell and the position of the autumn sun made this shot possible, but what really makes it special to me is the bird flying in the corner of the frame. This little moment of life adds balance to the image and reminds me that the mundane often [makes] the spectacular.”
Photo and caption by Lee Scott/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

8. Tribal Makeup Artist
s ram
“Taken at a Karo Village in the Omo Valley of Ethiopia. The Karo are famous for their body-paint culture and skill. Away from the crowded village square, I found this ‘makeup artist’ focused on applying makeup on a young woman. Using a Q-tip as a brush he used a Georges Seurat-like pointillism technique! The calm, focused look of the artist is contrasted by the nervous, perspiring client — perhaps unsure about the results (or my camera).”
Photo and caption by S. Ram/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

9. Last Light on Godafoss, Iceland
ed graham
“I had a tripod set up on Godafoss waterfall in Iceland last month. I used a 10 stop ND filter to capture the movement of the water as the sun set in the distance.”
Photo and caption by Ed Graham/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

10. White Rhinos
stefane berube
“The night before this photo, we tried all day to get a good photo of the endangered white rhino. Skulking through the grass, carefully trying to stay 30 feet away to be safe, didn’t provide me the photo I was hoping for. In the morning, however, I woke up to all three rhinos grazing in front of me.”
Photo and caption by Stefane Berube/National Geographic Traveler Photo Contest

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