We sure hope so. We know the spritely 38-year-old became famous for footie in the first place, but we wouldn’t mind if his just-announced retirement from the game opened more time in his schedule for hanging around sans shirt. Of course everyone’s calling dibs on David Beckham now that he’ll be stepping off the pitch, so let’s dig in for a little speculation.
It’s official: Kate Upton is Vogue‘s “American Dream Girl”, having landed the cover of the June issue after many months of speculation and rumor rebuttal from all sides. The news is remarkable not only because of Upton’s “Cat Daddy” origins, but because the glossy has seen so few models on its cover in the past decade that this puts the Sports Illustrated star in a very rarefied group indeed.
Chanel’s cruise collection touched down today at a former nutmeg plantation in Singapore. It was a far cry from the over-the-top productions of seasons past — like, for instance, that time the house dropped a colossal globe in the center of the Grand Palais, or that time they staged a show in a castle — but the collection itself was quintessentially Karl. And clearly others were banking on that, too, since guests like Dakota Fanning barely had time to scrub off their Met Gala makeup before hopping off the 18-hour flight to get there in time.
We’re one step closer to making our longtime flouncing-around-in-acres-of-tulle dreams come true with Nina Ricci’s Les Envies Spring 2014 collection, which offers brand signatures at a lower price point.
Did Anna Wintour go home a happy camper last night? There’s only one way to find out!
The wait is over, guys — we’ve got Beyoncé‘s full H&M campaign video! And spoiler alert: it features a brand spankin’ new song!
We have to admit that our first reaction to reading about Adidas’ Boston T-shirt was to presume exploitation — that the brand was trying to capitalize on a heinous national trauma. Well, we were wrong.
We had serious withdrawal symptoms after the London Olympics ended, but we’re already excited for the 2014 and 2016 games in Sochi, Russia and Rio de Janeiro, Brazil respectively. One of the things we look forward to most at the Olympics are the opening and closing outfits worn by the athletes. Now, H&M has announced that it’s designing outfits for Sweden’s Olympic and Paralympic teams at both summer events.
Seriously — Mondays should always start with something Beyoncé-related.
Portia De Rossi covers Out magazine’s Power Issue, but all we see is her partner Ellen DeGeneres. It may just be coincidence, but it sure is adorable.
Hayden Panettiere fronts the May issue of Glamour, and while she looks every bit the summer goddess in yellow Dolce & Gabbana on the cover, the spread has us scratching our heads.
It’s baseball season, everyone! Major League games started up once again Sunday, and even though the Red Sox beat the Yankees (boo! hiss!), we’re still ready to celebrate the occasion with a look back at one of the most stylish players ever to step up to the plate — even if she isn’t really what you’d call a pro.
Happy April Fools’ Day, all! Did you manage to get through the day without falling for a prank? We can’t say that we did (thanks a lot, “Google Nose”), but we’re proud to report that we did manage to catch at least a few fibbers in their lies. That said, there were plenty of pranks to fall for this year, from the less-than-practical Urban Outfitters Maxi Tube dress to the eye-popping job opening at Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition. See all of the best right here!
In case there was any doubt that the ’90s are back in fashion, look no further than Hedi Slimane‘s latest Saint Laurent menswear ad featuring the one and only Marilyn Manson.
Think: My Little Pony gone terribly, terribly wrong.
As we waded through the deluge of news out of Cyprus this weekend concerning the nation’s financial struggles, and the endless bailout discussions being held in Brussels, one thing kept jumping out at us that really had nothing to do with bank insolvency or Russian deposits — Christine Lagarde‘s hair.
Wanna go to your happy place? Check out Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition cover model Kate Upton burning up the red, or, blue carpet at a launch event last night. No, she will not go to prom with you. But you can appreciate her perfectly poufed hair and bold, blue dress in this installment of the outfit of the day.
Call us old school, but candy is just candy, right? Well, not to Dylan Lauren. Following in the footsteps of her pop Ralph, Dylan is trying to elevate her company, Dylan’s Candy Bar, to an “aspirational” status through collaborations — the first being a bag line with LeSportsac.
Katie Holmes has the head-to-toe sultry summer look down pat for the magazine’s April cover.
In case you haven’t already heard, there’s big news out of 4 Times Square this morning. Condé Nast has announced that, in addition to running the show at Vogue as she’s done for nearly 25 years, Anna Wintour will be taking on the role as artistic director at the company. Here’s why we think this was a brilliant bit of decision making on the part of the powerhouse publishing brass.