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Well, this is embarrassing.
Chelsea Clinton‘s isn’t a face frequently seen in the pages of fashion glossies (at least not since her much buzzed-about wedding in 2010) — let alone in the context of a major, in-depth profile. But Vogue‘s September issue isn’t exactly your average rag, and somewhere in those 917-pages is a lengthy piece by Jonathan Van Meter on that very topic.
As part of the media’s annual year-end love affair with listicles (current company included), Eric Wilson and Cathy Horyn of the New York Times offered up their top ten fashion moments of the 2010 calendar year. And while both lists were filled with fitting (and somewhat predictable) pics — the death of Alexander McQueen and Carine Roitfeld‘s resignation come to mind — they both opened with surprising nods to pop culture and the changing face of the industry as a whole.
Last night’s Glamour Women of the Year Awards had Carnegie Hall bursting with so much girl power, it’s amazing the place didn’t explode. Last night marked the awards’ 20th birthday, and the star-studded event certainly did that milestone justice.
Vera Wang’s name made as many headlines as Chelsea Clinton’s this weekend, thanks to the much publicized wedding of the presidential offspring. But this isn’t the first time Wang has ruled the star-studded aisles of the rich and famous. From Victoria Beckham to Mariah Carey, Wang has no shortage of smitten clients — all of whom chose the designer for their fairytale moment.
We rode the Chelsea Clinton wedding wave all day yesterday, and we don’t expect to stop riding it for another few hours or so. Photos surfaced late last night of the new Mrs. Mezvinsky’s wedding dress, a Vera Wang design, and after looking at them, we’re having a Stylegasm.
At most weddings, people begrudgingly put in the effort to look good. They rent the tuxes, they buy new shoes, they get their hair done. But we sort of get the feeling that Chelsea Clinton‘s wedding guests did a little more than what you’d usually do to get ready for a friend’s wedding. Because Chelsea Clinton’s wedding guests look at least ten different kinds of spectacular.
The Daily Mail has published photos of the aerial view of the Astor Court estate in Rhinebeck, New York, where Chelsea Clinton will marry Marc Mezvinsky in about ten minutes.
Since we can’t get anywhere near Chelsea Clinton’s long-awaited wedding in Rhinebeck, NY, we figured we do a little digging and separate fact from fiction, and bring you the latest Chelsea Clinton wedding news.
While we’ll leave criticism of her politicking to our friends at Mediaite, Secy. of State Hillary Clinton‘s style has oft been in the sights of fashion writers. Everyone from Anna Wintour, who publicly advised then-Sen. Clinton on what to wear during the 2008 presidential campaign, to the good people at About.com has made some kind of comment on what she’s worn. Today, Styleite joins this group.
We have to admit, this wedding dress guessing game is getting exhausting. First it was all about Vera Wang. Then the New York Times‘ White House correspondent told everyone that Chelsea Clinton’s bridal attire was definitely in the more than capable hands of Oscar de la Renta. And now photos have surfaced of Chelsea arriving at Vera Wang’s New York showroom Tuesday afternoon. What does it all mean? We have a theory.
As one talking head put it, Chelsea Clinton‘s nuptials are as close to a royal wedding as America’s going to get. Her father is a former president of the United States, her mother is the current Secretary of State, and all anyone — including us — can talk about is what her wedding dress is going to look like. And it turns out, contrary to earlier reports, the bride will not be wearing Vera Wang.
The rapidly nearing wedding for former president Bill’s daughter Chelsea Clinton and her longtime boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky is donning upon us faster than we expected. Today, InStyle announced that designer Vera Wang was chosen to put together Miss Chelsea’s wedding dress. Since further details on the dress is unavailable, we can’t help but play stylist and gander through some of Wang’s current showcase to find the 30-year-old her dream wedding gown.