Nigerian model Mayowa Nicholas suits up, styled in tailored color-blocked looks by Joanna Hillman. Photographer Daniel Riera captures the new face of Calvin Klein underwear for Harper's Bazaar US September 2017. /Hair by Noelia Corral; makeup by María Martínez
Top model Bregje Heinen takes top billing, styled by Caroline Christiansson in pure white and silver sensual glamour for 'Northern Light'. Gilles Bensimon sets the pace, emerging as the go-to photographer of beautiful women, flashing Bregje in Iceland for Maxim US, September 2017./ Hair by Massato; makeup by Helene Vasnier
Model Herieth Paul wears the riches of goddesses in 'The Gold Standard', styled by Amanda Alagem. Kenneth Willardt captures the modern glam looks for Harper's Bazaar US September 2017./ Hair by Joey George; makeup by Justine Purdue
Brit model Jean Campbell is styled by Emilie Kareh in sweater-weather knits from Balenciaga, Stella McCartney, Louis Vuitton, Celine Dubary, Hermes, Dior, Vetements and more with sturdy boots to match from Dubary, Hermes. Photographer Angelo Pennetta captures the equestrian beauty in the Scottish countryside for WSJ Magazine September 2017.
Models Lina Hoss, Harleth Kuusik, Riley Cole, Carly Moore and Andrew Sherman romanticize the world of fashion performance in 'Backstage' styled by Charles Varenne. Photographer Greg Kadel captures the quintet in a series of impromptu, yet highly-staged, ballet and bodies-in-motion poses for Interview magazine August 2017./ Makeup by Mariel Barrera; hair by Nicolas Jurnjack
The Trump family revels in thinking of themselves as America's first royal family. The costs for American taxpayers associated with building Trump hotels and new businesses around the globe by the Trump children, coupled with President Trump's desire to play golf at his resorts the majority of weekends, have broken America's Secret Service budget. Even when the Trump children fly away on their endless vacations, we taxpayers must foot the bill of agents skiing down the slopes behind them, having rented their own equipment at top-dollar resorts.
It's not fake news to say that without congressional intervention, the Secret Service is not even able to pay agents for the work they've already done.
Secret Service Director Randolph "Tex'' Alles, in an interview with USA TODAY, said more than 1,000 agents have already hit the federally mandated caps for salary and overtime allowances that were meant to last the entire year.
"The president has a large family, and our responsibility is required in law,'' Alles said. "I can't change that. I have no flexibility.''
An avid golfer who hates Camp David and has called the White House a dump, Trump always to get out of town and stay at his own properties. He has taken seven trips to his Mar-a-Lago, Fla. social and golf club, traveled to his Bedminster, N.J., golf club five times and returned to Trump Tower in Manhattan once just last week.
Trump's frequent visits to his "winter White House" and "summer White House" -- as he prefers to call his business properties -- are especially challenging for the Secret Service, which must maintain a regular security infrastructure at each – without disturbing the access of the clubs' paying members and guests.
Model Roos Abels is styled by Ana Campos in mica-rich desert-inspired gold and silver tones lensed by Lukasz Pukowiec for Vogue Portugal September 2017./ Hair and makeup by Kate Mur