The multi awarded (and recent 6 time Grammy winner) Adele is on the cover of Vogue magazine! She may have been called fat by Karl Lagerfeld and some other critics but she was never affected by this. I mean, yeah she is fat and sometimes, it is unpleasant to the eyes. BUT. She has this amazing voice and she write beautiful music that most of us can relate to. At least she dresses well and appropriate to her body type! Here is her whole Vogue spread photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
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Yes, your favorite Victoria’s Secret models are now calendar girls, thanks to the guest editor of VMAN, Carine Roitfeld. These are some of fashion’s most beautiful and most envied women! The editorial features Adriana Lima, Doutzen Kroes, Miranda Kerr, Candice Swanepoel, Chanel Iman, Lily Donaldson, Izabel Goulart, Joan Smalls, Anne Vyalitsyna, Karolina Kurkova and Alessandra Ambrosio. Photographed by Willy Vanderperre. You ready? Use these images as your “thinspiration” for summer!
No, it is not the end of the world. Anna and Victoria really did hung out on a subway platform. Of course they would never ride the train, it is too filthy there and unfit for their tastes. Can you imagine? Anna Wintour in a subway with peasants like us? HA!
The truth is, Â she, along with Victoria Beckham, Hamish Bowles, and a group of fashion folk took to the subway platform to promote the UK for the Great campaign, a marketing effort championed by Sir Peter Westmacott, Britainâs ambassador to the U.S, which will target nine countries and 14 key cities, reportsÂ WWD.
Check out the pictures below! Note that Anna is actually smiling, teeth showing and all. Now, I am not really sure if it is a genuine smile or if it is a disgusted smile. You be the judge! As for Victoria, well she did not look very happy to be there.
Remember when Daphne Guinness bought Isabella’s whole wardrobe to prevent it from being auctioned off. I was happy she did that because only Daphne can preserve the amazing wardrobe collection of the late Isabella Blow. She is a great friend isnt she? Isabella Blow and Daphne Guinness were the pioneer fans of the late Alexander McQueen so it was not surprising that we all saw a lot of McQueen in Daphne’s wardrobe when she put it on exhibit last year. This time, we will all see Blow’s collection online and at Central St Martins. She is also starting a mental health foundation for both her friends who both committed suicide.
We will update you if we get more information about this exhibit.
The iconic Bill Cunningham was hit by an SUV last Wednesday just outside the Reed Krakoff venue in New York. DONT WORRY though, he is absolutely fine! He kept on shooting street style looks and walked away.
After the initial shock of seeing the adorable Times photographer get hit by a car, fellow street style photog Mr. Newton provided the following update: “The Bill Cunningham incident was not serious thankfully. He seemed a little embarrassed by the attention it caused more than anything!” Thank Goodness. He is 84 years old and he is indestructible! He is very active especially during fashion week, sitting front row, carrying a heavy DSLR camera around his neck and walking around following our favorite fashionistas.
Speaking of Bill, you have to watch his documentary called Bill Cunningham New York. Just watch how amazing and well loved this guy is!
I’ve always wondered how much these hard working yet glamorous people who are behind the scenes and front row during the fashion week. Thank God I have stumbled upon this very interesting infographic that estimates just how much these people earn. I must say, those models who are not Gisele Bündchen are sooooo underpaid! I mean, they are the ones who get their hair pulled, walk in impossible high heels and wear all those clothes. But then again, I’m pretty sure they get a lot of freebies from the designers so that can compensate for it. I guess?
What a fashionable way to go right? At 95 years old, Zelda collasped when the first looks came down the runway. She was carried out and brought to the hospital and was pronounced dead of natural causes. Ruth Finley, publisher of The Fashion Calendar, told the New York Times, “She flopped over in my lap. The show was just starting. I thought she fainted.”
I would not mind collapsing and dying front row at a Chanel show at 95 years old. Lived a full fashionable life and made a grand exit that everyone in the fashion industry will remember. Rest in peace Madame, may you still have a fashionable life in heaven with the fashion icons like Coco Chanel, Christian Dior, Yves Saint Laurent and Alexander McQueen.
(photo above: Zelda Kaplan at the Joanna Mastroianni NYFW Fall 2012 show before she collapsed and died front row)
Kate Moss is the March 2012 cover girl for W Magazine photographed by Steven Klein. She hs two covers, the first one, an angelic looking Moss in white lace and the second one, the devious look in black lace. Which one do you prefer more? I prefer the devious one because I miss the days when Kate was a huge bitch and did not care for the world. Her editorial is a very sexy and intense interpretation of the good and the bad. So to sum it all up, it is very Kate Moss editorial.
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