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Carine Roitfeld‘s irreverence is the stuff of legend — not to mention the inspiration for the title of her 2011 coffee book. Her latest tongue-in-cheek endeavor is a Bruce Weber-lensed spread in the second issue of CR Fashion Book starring none other than Big Ang, the brassy, big-chested, Staten Island-dwelling star of VH1‘s Mob Wives. Why Big Ang? Well, for the women’s issue of Ad Week, the former French Vogue editor explains the thinking behind the unexpected casting choice.
With its rotating cast of larger-than-life characters, media melees, and constant, bustling activity, Hollywood is nothing if not a three-ring circus. So it’s only fitting that for the March issue of Vanity Fair, Bruce Weber photographed the best and brightest film stars of the moment looking like they’ve run off with the Ringling Brothers.
Abercrombie caused a bit of a stir back in March when a very suggestive campaign video was released by their go-to photographer Bruce Weber, featuring, among other things, a dude-on-dude shower kiss.
We talked to the photographer front row at Son Jung Wan.
Abercrombie & Fitch‘s advertising has always been overtly homoerotic, but now the retailer has upped the ante and put out a video featuring a dude kissing another dude in a shower.
We adored the first ad from Hailee Steinfeld‘s Miu Miu campaign, and the rest of the images certainly do not disappoint! Is it weird that we want to be a 14-year-old?
If Natalia Vodianova invited us to a slumber party, we would totally attend. Wouldn’t you? Elle Fanning, Hailee Steinfeld, and Chloe Moretz sure would.
Not only do the Olsens have seriously enviable style, they understand fashion on a level that completely floors us. Vogue clearly feels the same way, having published a glowing profile of the impressive duo in their April issue.
Florian Van Bael and 30 other models went to Montauk last week to be in the next Abercrombie and Fitch catalog. When they got there, they encountered long days, poor treatment and a very strict no-pastry policy.
As if we needed yet another reason to love Marion Cotillard. This time, the stunning (and incredibly talented) French actress has apparently gone Photoshop-free for the cover of Italian Vanity Fair.