PHOTOS: 13 Stylish Predictions For 2013
Happy Hangovers! Since we’ve spent the last few weeks looking back, we thought we’d take a little time this fine morning to look forward. Herewith, thirteen fashionable, if not entirely serious predictions we have for the year to come. And if
last year’s batch are any indication, at least a few of them are bound to come true.
Beyoncé, Kate Upton, and Jennifer Lawrence will all land Vogue covers. The magazine will pat themselves on the back for celebrating "the return of curves."
Kim Kardashian and Kate Middleton will both give birth. The babies will not cross paths, even after
Kim offers to name her daughter Kate Kardashian-West.
Beyoncé will steal the spotlight away from both of them when she announces her second pregnancy with another grand
red carpet reveal. Suri Cruise, in a Hail Mary pass to remind everyone that she is reining queen of the celebuspawn, will then photobomb Bey's Vogue cover.
Lady Gaga will sit
front row at Hedi Slimane's Saint Laurent show in February. Cathy Horyn's name will again be left off the invite list.
Lindsay Lohan's new film
The Canyons will tank and, in a desperate attempt to pay off her mounting legal fees, she will sell off the last of the Chanel handbags that she has sitting atop her mantle. She will appeal to old pal Karl Lagerfeld for help, but he will feign senility and claim he doesn't recognize her.
It will come out that Anna Wintour was indeed under consideration for an ambassadorship, but, when approached, she
turned it down. Vogue will then run a series of profiles on women in the media and Megyn Kelly will have to eat her words when Anna diplomatically invites her to take part.
will show his first collection Alexander Wang for Balenciaga. will Cathy Horyn deem it derivative.
Chickens will be the new
piglets/ lambs/ sheep.
Givenchy will indeed be
H&M's next collaboration. It will sell marginally better than H&M x Margiela, spurred largely by the fact that Kanye West will marry Kim Kardashian while wearing a Givenchy tux-kilt combo.
Riding on the
success of the hula hoop bag, Karl will design a $7,899 Chanel-branded Skip-It.
Michelle Obama will wear a
Prabal Gurung gown for inauguration. Or she'll wear Chris Benz. Or Michael Kors. Regardless, she will look fantastic.
The Federal Trade Commission with ban the use Photoshop in advertising. Magazines will follow suit. And bloggers around the world will continue to dream and/or include this in their
new year predictions.
John Galliano launch a new collection, funded by
Kate Moss and Sir Philip Green. It will be a critical success, but it will not sell.