LARA'S LATEST BIKINI SELFIE

Lara Bingle has her latest racy photo session all wrapped up if this sexy Instagram selfie is anything to go by.

With an assistant adjusting a tight belt around her waist, Bingle snapped off the busty bikini shot during her latest beach shoot sporting her new short-cropped hair style.

But it’s not been all tropical temperatures, with a denim-dressed Bingle posting in another shot: ‘I was freezing in this picture..#5am #winter #tryingtolookwarm.’

The 27-year-old model has posted a series of photos from the shoot as she prepares to launch a bronzing range in time for the Aussie summer.

Bingle’s been enjoying a loved-up vacation overseas with her bloke Sam Worthington in recent months.

The pair travelled around Europe, visiting Rome, Paris and the Italian island of Capri.

Source: The Daily Telegraph - Sydney Confidential
Date: 15th August 2014

THE BUSINESS OF BEING LARA BINGLE

Every selfie, every break-up, every success, every outfit, every mistake… nothing Lara Bingle does goes unnoticed. And now, her latest unmissable moment comes in the form of an ELLE Australia cover.

The Aussie beauty work the camera in designs by Chanel, Louis Vuitton and Cartier, as well as local labels Kailis, Bassike, Jac+ Jack, Josh Goot and more. Inside the issue, Bingle talks style, Sam, modelling and her new beauty line (yes, true!). Don’t miss it.


Source: ELLE Magazine

LARA SET TO RELEASE SIGNATURE BRONZING AND TANNING COLLECTION

Lara Bingle seems to be everywhere you turn on social media but now she will be on every newsstand in Australia as well.

From humble beginnings on that ‘Where the bloody hell are you?’ advertisement to that reality program to the cover of ELLE magazine.

Not only that but she is also taking on Jennifer Hawkins and Elle Macpherson.

Confidential can also reveal the controversial socialite, girlfriend of actor Sam Worthington and sometime model is launching her own bronzing and tanning collection, The Base by Lara Bingle.

“The Base is your foundation to transform your look and enable you to enhance your inner beauty,” said Bingle.

It’s a business concept originally proposed by former manager George Moskos, the man behind creating Miranda Kerr’s Kora Organics range.

The Base by Lara Bingle will launch online in November and is a similar concept to JBronze by Jennifer Hawkins.

“Owned and created by Bingle, the inspiration for the The Base was to create a collection of the ultimate bronzing and tanning products to
achieve a healthy, safe looking ‘glow’ — a look of wellbeing,” a press release read.

The product is to be priced between $19 and $39.

Source: The Daily Telegraph - Sydney Confidential
Published Date: 21st July 2014

LARA: COTTON ON 'THE ONE' LAUNCH


Wearing: Christopher Esber

Source: Zimbio
Event Date: 8th July 2014

LARA SHOWS SHES THE TREND QUEEN AS THE BOB CUT IS TAKING OFF ACROSS THE NATION

It's called “The Bingle” and it’s being echoed in hairdressing salons around the country.

Weeks after Lara Bingle debuted her new short blonde bob, hairdressers has been inundated with their clients wanting to emulate the model’s locks.

This was evident at yesterday’s Cotton On, ‘The One’ T-shirt launch — which Bingle is the face of — with a number of guests seen sporting similar styles.

Even her co workers have jumped on the “blob” — blonde bob — bandwagon with sources telling Confidential at least three Cotton On staffers have had the chop since seeing Bingle flaunt it at last week’s Rolex event.

“I wanted a fresh, modern look. It’s low maintenance and it feels like a nice change,” Bingle told Confidential.

“I’ve had so many positive changes in my life, new hair is just a minor one.

I’m pretty overwhelmed at the attention my hair has been getting, I’m flattered.”

Not since ‘the Pip’, which was an ode to Pip Edwards’ ombré hair colour, has an Australian celebrity inspired such follicle revolution.

And Bingle’s hairdresser Jaye Edwards can attest.

“The bob is going wild,” Edwards told Confidential.

“They are bringing in a photo of Lara form th Rolex event and saying, “can I have this.””

“It doesn't suit everybody. I think that if you have a round face it is better to keep it longer, but as long as your face isn’t really round then it suits almost everyone.”

And a hot tip from Edwards if you’re considering replicating the bob.

“To make it not look too mumsy always have it textured through the ends and always at least an inch from the shoulder and that will stop it from kicking out as you grow it out.”

Source: The Daily Telegraph - Sydney Confidential
Published Date: 9th July 2014