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It’s Beyonce’s world, and we’re just living in it. Less than a week after her Vogue cover made its public debut, Queen B is fronting yet another mag — this time in Raf Simons‘ Dior.
The official video for Justin Timberlake’s new single, “Suit & Tie”, is here! First thoughts: we are digging his straight hair, but the black and white got a little tiring on the eyes around the three-minute mark. Also, JT wears a Tom Ford suit very well. What do you think?
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Naomi Campbell‘s modeling competition show, The Face, made its genetically blessed debut on Oxygen last night and while we had no shortage of expectations, Ms. Campbell managed to exceed every single one of them by throwing a temper tantrum on the very first episode.
You might be aware that Padma Lakshmi gained notoriety as a model when she became a favorite subject of photographer Helmut Newton, who often highlighted the scar on her right arm in his photographs. If not, that’s okay: in partnership with Funny Or Die, Padma wants to bring the joy of that inner (and outer) beauty to women across America with her new clothing line, “Padma By Padma.”
It seemed particularly appropriate that as New York City was blanketed by snow (and shoe-ruining slush), the makeup notes for Christian Siriano’s Fall 2013 show cited “the coldness of Russia” as inspiration.
Taylor Swift may have nabbed the cover, but Kim Kardashian co-stars in the March issue of ELLE. Unfortunately for Kim, it sounds like stylist Nicola Formichetti didn’t have the easiest time pulling clothes for reality star.
Yesterday, Fox News’ Neil Cavuto decided to address the criticism lobbed at Kelly Clarkson and Adele after their respective performances during Sunday night’s Grammy Awards. “Criticism? What critcism?” you might be wondering. Oh, just that they’re “fatter than normal”, in Cavuto’s words, no less.
Eva Mendes is the latest actress with a fashion line, though hers comes in the form of a collaboration with New York & Co. Eva by Eva Mendes (for New York & Co. — don’t forget that part) will offer four collections a year — all of which are personally approved by Mendes herself.
Oh, how we’ve missed Zach Galifianakis and his star-making vehicle for Funny or Die, Between Two Ferns. In the latest installment, Galifianakis plays host to this year’s Oscar nominees, including Jennifer Lawrence, Anne Hathaway, Bradley Cooper, and Christoph Waltz. Looking to kill fifteen minutes this morning? Watch both parts to see J-Law lob some A-game fat jokes his way and to crush on B-Coops.
Dear Lucky Peach: can you do videos like this more often? Because there’s no other publication in the whole wide world that could possibly wrangle Momofuku Milk Bar’s Christina Tosi and Courtney McBroome, Mission Chinese’s Danny Bowien, and supermodel Karlie Kloss into shiny Spandex. (Not to mention the part where they do step aerobics with milk jugs, and Jazzercise at a crosswalk. Oh, they also make Kloss’s new Momofuku gluten-free almond cookies, too.)
Saturday morning saw the unveiling of Beyonce’s second Vogue cover — the superstar wears black and white Givenchy to front the March issue — and today we have the full interview, spread, and behind-the-scenes video. Get ready to get up close and personal with Queen B.
It’s one thing for a star to shine at an awards show, but Carrie Underwood’s light-up ball gown at the Grammy Awards Sunday night took things to a whole new level.
Glow-in-the-dark dresses? A cavalcade of supers? Who knows what Alexander Wang will send down the runway this season, but one thing is for sure: you can watch the whole thing live, right here. Bookmark this page and check back on Saturday at 5 p.m.!
Our tip: do not wear heels.
If there was any show to properly close the first official night of NYFW, Kenneth Cole’s return to the runway after a seven-year hiatus was it. Cole made anything but a quiet re-entrance — as the thunderous applause from a celebrity-filled front row showed.
Forget fashion week, forget winter storm Nemo, forget the fact that it’s Friday and there are still 6 more hours of the work week to go. Gisele Bündchen has posted the first photo of her two-month-old daughter Vivian Lake. (Adorable as they may be, itty-bitty hand pics don’t count.)
Three seasons ago, Hurricane Irene wreaked havoc on New York’s fashion week schedule, with brands like Marc Jacobs and Theyskens Theory rescheduling their shows in advance of the (as it turns out, completely over-hyped) storm. This time around, we can’t even blame Nemo!