This sum­mer’s hottest ev­ery­thing: from food to fash­ion to hair to fes­ti­vals, with plenty of siz­zling stars in be­tween.

From must-have mas­cara to the best beach reads to the new­est fash­ion cap­i­tal, con­sider this your es­sen­tial guide to sum­mer 2015.

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It’s fit­ting that Aus­tralian actress Ruby Rose got her big break in Or­ange Is the New Black’s third sea­son—a sea­son all about “faith.” “When I got the call from Or­ange,” the 29-year-old re­calls over the phone from Los An­ge­les, “I had been in Amer­ica for two years and I was like ‘I’m here!’ but no­body was lis­ten­ing. I kept think­ing ‘Do I have the drive and de­ter­mi­na­tion to do it?’ I had to deal with all that re­jec­tion again.” “Again” be­cause she had al­ready carved out a suc­cess­ful ca­reer in her na­tive coun­try as an MTV host, a model and an anti-bul­ly­ing ad­vo­cate. “But I’ve al­ways had faith in the uni­verse,” says Rose, who, BTW, spent this down­time mak­ing a short film about gen­der flu­id­ity (with which h

she iden­ti­fies). “Ev­ery time I feel like I’ve gone off track or I need to make it in the next 24 hours or else, some­thing hap­pens or shifts and I’m re­lieved of that bur­den.” And while Rose is tight-lipped about her char­ac­ter, the new ar­rival in the cell­block named “Stella,” it does seem like the uni­verse was de­liv­er­ing when it al­lowed an an­drog­y­nous Aussie to play, well, an an­drog­y­nous Aussie. “The break I was ex­pect­ing was, like, an in­ti­mate Web se­ries. I didn’t think I’d go straight to one of the big­gest shows on TV right now!”


Aussie actress Ruby Rose joins Or­ange Is the New Black.

GET LIPPY Skip the #kyliejen­ner­lipchal­lenge (be­cause big­ger doesn’t al­ways mean bet­ter) and use The Face Shop’s BeBe Lip Mask ($2) in­stead. Place it on your lips for 10 min­utes for a smoother, softer and ac­tu­ally kiss­able pucker.

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