Bethany also just announced her final collection with Aeropostale.
“It’s my last collection with @aeropostale ???? hope you guys love everything! I’ve had such an incredible time designing all of the past collections with aero,” she wrote on Instagram. “Thank you all for supporting this line & thanks aero for being such a great partner! Get excited for new fun things to come ???????? you an check out the collection right now in stores and online!”
FYI: Julianne is wearing a Jill Stuart dress, Casadei shoes, an Edie Parker clutch, and jewelry by Zoe Chicco and EF Collection. Derek is wearing a Ted Baker London blazer and J Brand jeans.
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FYI: Rowan wore a Giamba dress, an Edie Parker bag and ASOS boots. Laura wore a NastyGal dress with Jimmy Choo shoes and a YSL clutch. Sabrina wore an Alexander McQueen dress, Roger Vivier shoes, Christian Louboutin clutch and Jacob & Co jewelry. Katherine wore a Ohne Titel outfit with Jimmy Choo and Martha Calvo jewelry. Arden wore a Sissae dress with Stuart Weitzman heels. Sammi wore a NastyGal dress and shoes with a Louis Vuitton bag.
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Via Variety, the two YouTube stars have partnered up with Camp17 venture, which was designed for kids 10-16, for “#bestcampever” — a seven-day session with Bethany and Tyler serving a co-head counselors. Meghan Rienks and Connor Franta will also host specialty camps under the partnership.
The #bestcampever will “lead campers in various activities like swimming, soccer, color wars, yoga and cooking, along with special events like movie nights and a talent show. The seven-day, six-night camp kicks off Aug. 21 at Camp Wah-Nee in Torrington, Conn.”
Bethany shared about the venture, “I am really looking forward to getting to know my viewers in such an immersive setting. Tyler and I have been busy preparing unique activities that will promise to provide a week full of learning and memories to last a lifetime.”
Tyler added, “Unplugging is a good thing. This means turning off your computers, cell phones and other outside influences and when we can disconnect from the distractions of everyday we can concentrate on reconnecting with ourselves and with each other.”
Registration is already open at GoCamp17.com, with fees ranging from $1,095 to $1,995 and has maximum capacity of 400 campers; the other specialty camps will be around 250. Admission will be on a first-come, first-serve basis and will include a screening process for campers.
Directed by Scott Winn, A Trip To Unicorn Island offers an intimate and candid look into Lilly’s personal journey to stardom with interviews from family and friends, an encounter with her idol Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, her determination to find happiness and how the discovery of “Unicorn Island” – her metaphorical happy place – saved her life.
A Trip To Unicorn Island is available now on YouTube Red.
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The 20-year-old YouTube star showed off new styles for the hair and beauty website — we’re loving the slick back look on her!
Here’s what Bethany had to share about her videos, hair and music:
On her social media impact: “I think at the end of the day, everything I’m doing is to encourage everyone, not just women but everyone, to be more fearless and to go after what you truly desire. I was so shy and limited because I allowed myself to be restricted by my fears and insecurities. Starting YouTube was a big step and out of character for me. I almost didn’t do it because I had the fear of not being cool. People looked down on me because of it and I did it anyways. It was the first stepping stone for me to conquering my fears. There were so many other things I wasn’t doing because I was scared of hurting my pride. After my self-realization, I found that being fearless means you do have fear and you acknowledge it but you’re going to have the courage to do it anyways. Find out what your dreams are, even if it scares you. I want to encourage everyone to go after that.”
On growing into her hair: “I see it as a way of self-expression. Growing up, I never really liked doing my hair. I was a huge tomboy and I had short hair that was always messy and tangled. And then I started YouTube and got into doing hair tutorials on my channel. I came up with so many different types of braids! Different hair styles can really make and enhance your look and make you more unique. I actually hadn’t dyed my hair before until about a year ago and now I’m like I love this!! It’s really a great way to reinvent yourself!”
On what’s next: “The next step for me is music, it’s something I’ve always done, but behind the scenes until this year when I started doing a few covers with my friend, Kurt Hugo Schneider. Now I’m ready to put out some of my own music. It terrifies me, but I need to do it because it’s something I’ve wanted to do all my life. So next, I’m going to focus on that and continue focusing on YouTube because that’s what I’m truly passionate about.”
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