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No one gets her like we do.
And just like that, Bryanboy wins fashion industry Halloween.
You know how in sappy romance novels everything’s supposed to fade away when you see that One Special Person?
For all we know, it could be two separate garments both personally fitted and hand-stitched with strands of Alber‘s own hair.
Whether you’re a designer, a model, a celebrity, or a writer, Fashion Week can be crazy exhausting. But the people who probably have the roughest, least glamorous time are the photographers. When you attend an event for Fashion Week, it’s hard to remember that photogs are people: you rarely see their faces as they snap [...]
Anna Wintour caused a stir back post-DOMA ruling when she sent a tweet from Vogue’s Twitter handle, and now she’s entered the unofficial selfie headquarters known as Instagram. Yesterday, in what was probably the least crap, almost-selfie ever taken, Anna posed with half her face hidden behind Jennifer Lawrence’s for the magazine’s September issue #voguestagram campaign.
We may have gotten a rare glimpse of Anna Wintour’s softer side thanks to her foray into Instagram, but nothing will get her utterly giddy like breathing the same air as Roger Federer. Last night, she did just that at Moët & Chandon’s 270th anniversary event hosted by the handsome Swiss tennis champion.
Anna Wintour made her Instagram debut by posing behind Vogue’s September issue. We’re keeping our fingers crossed for a #selfie down the line.
What has inspired Wintour to take a stroll down memory lane and sing the praises of Italian fashion? Condé Nast has launched a major initiative in which they will team up with five Italian universities to award scholarships in fashion, film, art, and journalism. Anna Wintour will join fellow Condé Nast editors-in-chief Graydon Carter, David Remnick, Jim Nelson, Graydon Carter, and Stefano Tonchi in selecting the winners, and it seems that she’s set on finding the next Versace. While we can’t imagine what could be better than getting a Miranda Priestly-esque nod of approval from Wintour, it surely ups the ante when Miuccia Prada champions the cause.
Much like the charge we felt upon learning that a TV documentary would unveil never-before-heard tittle-tattle about Kate Moss, the premise of the enigmatic Anna Wintour appearing on a reality TV show has us feverish with excitement.
While we can’t imagine Wintour would appreciate being depicted in something as drab as a nun’s habit, we love these drawings. Is it just us, or does Lagerfeld seem like he was meant to dress for the Vatican?
And if the last two elections are any indication, Anna gets what Anna wants.
Cute! Anna Wintour took her daughter Bee Shaffer along to Giambattista Valli’s presentation at the Grand Palais yesterday, and they both wore matching stripes and peep toes. Anna accessorized hers with a very convincing smile. Bee looked relatively entertained, only sulking at her iPhone for a brief moment because ughhh haute couture and Paris and stuff.
Given that it’s late afternoon on a rainy Tuesday, we’re feeling particularly susceptible to jealousy right now, so the front rows of Haute Couture Fashion Week in Paris are a big ol’ kick in the face that just hurts so damn good. Sure the shows themselves are providing plenty to rave about. Multi-media modeling, high-octane colors and NAOMI FREAKIN’ CAMPBELL — but it’s who’s occupying the prime seats that we want to see.
Vogue dictator Anna Wintour stunned the world last night by unleashing her first-ever tweet, using the magazine’s official handle. It was the Supreme Court’s striking down the cruelly titled Defense of Marriage Act which inspired her to make such a momentous social media move, as the self proclaimed “old-fashioned” editrix has yet to launch her own Twitter. But what if she had…
Well, wasn’t yesterday one for the history books. Australia’s PM was ousted, Oprah decidedly runs the world, #DOMA was overturned in the Supreme Court, and Anna Wintour deemed the dumping of the Defense of Marriage Act monumental enough to take her Twitter virginity.
This morning, DOMA (the cruelly titled Defense of Marriage Act) has been struck down by the Supreme Court. That means that from now on, it has been deemed unconstitutional to treat same-sex married couples any differently than their straight counterparts. Since this is obviously cause for celebration in the fashion world, take a look back at the weddings, engagements, protests, arguments, and public displays of support we’ve seen in the industry in the past few years.
What do Beyoncé and Miuccia Prada and have in common? Aside from being a couple of our favorite ladies, they’re both on the 2013 edition of the Forbes World’s Most Powerful Women list. The coterie of celebrated figures includes CEOS, politicians, philanthropists, and of course, celebrities. See who right here.
We’ve been writing about the Metropolitan Museum of Art 2013 Costume Institute Gala for months. Specifically, that the theme this year was Punk: Chaos to Couture. When prepping for this evening, we were sure we’d be penning a ‘too much chaos!’ debrief rounding up an explosion of Sid Vicious-inspired torn denim vests. To our shock and, dare we say, disappointment, the most offensive outfits on tonight’s red carpet weren’t bad because they took the theme too far. They were bad because they completely ignored it.