She was whispering in his ear a lot and they seemed really happy."Groban performed three songs at the annual benefit."He's kind of the love of my life at the moment," he said. Belfie A term coined by Kim Kardashian, the reality star with the unfeasibly famous bottom. Can be worn in the traditional way or — 2018 update! Chandel-ears Wearing an enormous pair of statement — or chandelier — earrings. Often bum-skimmingly short — and so popular with celebrities.A belfie is a picture of your rear, taken from behind then posted on social media — the word being a cheeky amalgamation of ‘bottom’ and ‘selfie’. ‘She’s so bold pairing that dress with those fabulous chandelears.’Civilian A person who is not part of the fashion world — i.e. Ear jacket Not a sweet way of keeping the extremities warm, the ear jacket and its little sister, the ear crawler, is an earring style.
Hair Director Don’t you dare call them a hairdresser!Basic No, not your M&S staples, but the ultimate hackle-raising insult.In fashion lingo, basic means to be utterly predictable. .’Duck face The deliberate pouty face to make lips look fuller and cheekbones more prominent during a selfie.Look at labels such as Mi H or go High Street at Top Shop and Zara. Kicks Never call a spade a spade (or a shoe a shoe) in fashion. Some say that it derives from over a century of slang; it was apparently first used to mean shoes in 1897.
Lampshading Sounds like a sinister dating term but is used to describe someone dressed in the manner of a floor lamp.
Replaced ‘Bronde’ (a messy brunette-blonde that was huge last summer).