The December issue of Vogue Paris was guest edited by Tom Ford and features an editorial shot by Terry Richardson, so it makes sense that the 2011 Calendar insert included in the glossy would consist of twelve images of model Daria Werbowy in varying degrees of undress.
Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld aren’t the only fashion peeps who celebrated Thanksgiving this year. And like the common folk, they too tweeted their holiday adventures! Thakoon and Charlotte Ronson ate turkey, while Gaga made a cassarole and Rachel Zoe baked a pie. Tory Burch had a pretty peony-accented table, and Jessica Stam looked forward to Christmas.
Brace yourselves, it’s finally happened. Less than a month after he told Maria Menounos and Access Hollywood that a new ‘do was in the works, the pop culture phenomenon that is Justin Bieber has cut his hair. Let’s take a closer look, shall we?
Happy Cyber Monday, everybody! Chances are if you’re online today, it’s probably because you’re trying to buy a gift for someone (or maybe one for yourself!). The National Retail Foundation anticipates that online holiday shopping will increase about 10 percent this year, with over 100 million people pointing and clicking to their holiday heart’s content. Wanna get in on the fun? Check out the roster of online sales, savings and deals below.
Have you ever heard of Yo Gabba Gabba? No? Yeah, we hadn’t either until about five minutes ago. Apparently it’s a super popular kids’ show on Nick Jr., and now the cast is on a tour of sorts. Why is this relevant? Because the Los Angeles leg of the tour had celebrities — and their cute kids — out in droves.
Just as the Sunday Styles finally discovered Kim Kardashian, they have now found Alexa Chung. We’ve been following one of Vogue‘s best dressed for quite some time, but the New York Times is just now getting on the Chung wagon.
We all know Terry Richardson is a huge creep. Like, the creepiest creep. But Terry’s creepiness hasn’t stopped him from climbing the fashion photog ranks — and staying there. Just this fall alone he’s shot for French Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar, Reebok and GQ. While we don’t get his appeal as a photographer (the porny trope gets really old really fast), we definitely don’t understand how or why he has so many friends in the fashion industry.
This week was about more than just turkey and Black Friday! Dolce & Gabbana owe a cool billion, Prince William likes Kate in naughty dresses and Kim Kardashian has a thing for toilet paper. Willow got caught up in a messy knockoff scandal, and we could not escape the studded Loub.
When celebs want to score some easy cash without ruining their reps, starring in foreign commercials is often the moneymaking route of choice. They work for a day or two, make a few million and their American fans are none the wiser. Brad Pitt‘s done it. So have Madonna, George Clooney and Natalie Portman. And now, so has Lady Gaga.
There are few musicians out there we love more than Beth Ditto. The Gossip frontwoman, muse to Karl Lagerfeld and Jean Paul Gaultier, and all around awesome role model has a kick-ass voice and some even more kick-ass style.
Contrary to the impression most passengers might get, New York City taxi drivers do in fact have a dress code. This isn’t to say that drivers dress poorly — just that their dress seems about as regulated as whether or not they’ll actually let you pay with a credit card.
From Lady Gaga’s meat dress to Ted Sabarese’s Hunger Pains portraits, and from edible undies to edible Chanel, nothing makes fashion more fun than when clothing tastes as good as it looks. But if fashion made of food held an eating contest, South Korean artist Sung Yeonju would win, hands down.
By now the date of Kate Middleton and Prince William’s royal wedding has probably been seared into your consciousness. But in case it hasn’t, it’s set for April 29 and will be held at London’s Westminster Cathedral. But don’t worry if you haven’t yet received an invite — British broadcasters have big plans for the uninvited public.
The fashion industry is in the midst of what may or may not be a one-sided love affair (also known as a crush, perhaps) with Native American tradition and dress. First fringe, feathers, and headdresses stormed the catwalks, then both magazines and popstars embraced the trend, and finally TopShop sent their buyers on a Native American field trip. Which brings us to Tom Ford, the most recent fashion luminary to appropriate the headdress as a fashion-forward accessory.
Black Friday is synonymous with lots of things: deep discounts, presents, pushing people out of the way to get a pair of shoes you’ve wanted for months. And this year, shoppers pulled out all the stops to make sure they’d get exactly what they wanted. Herein, a roundup of all the horror, hilarity, discounts and guns. Yes, guns. Read on.
Last month a college student ducked into a museum in Copenhagen to get out of the rain and found an 1830s portrait that looked a lot like John Krasinski. We think the guy in it looks a whole lot more like Stefano Tonchi. Don’t you?
On Wednesday, when the rest of us were busy buying ingredients to make dinner for families and friends, First Lady Michelle Obama and her family were busy serving the needs of others. They gave out bags of Thanksgiving essentials to families in need at Martha’s Table, a Washington-area organization dedicated to helping solve poverty. For the occasion, the first lady wore a cream sweater and a purple scarf trimmed in pearls. It’s the kind of accessory that’s easy to throw on and can turn a so-so outfit — like a simple cream sweater and slacks — into something spectacular looking in no time flat
Ever wondered what the ultimate gift for the ultimate fan of Kate Moss might be? If you can’t get your hands on a bottle of the perfume she just launched or score the chance to meet her in person, how about the $75,000 portfolio of her best shots that’s on sale right in time for the holidays? How about you just send them this post, in which Moss talks about what makes her such a darn good model.
Just like your annoyingly chipper next-door neighbors, John Galliano has already started to unveil his Christmas decorations. The designer decorated a tree for the lobby of Claridge’s hotel in London and showed it off last night at a dinner hosted there by model Stella Tennant and Christian Dior CEO Sidney Toledano.
While Anna Dello Russo‘s video for her new fragrance made our day, the ad campaign has made our week. Behold: ADR in a cowboy hat, photographed by Juergen Teller. For real. But there seems to be a bit of funny business going on, specifically in regard to her overextended arm.