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In a surprising turn of events, it’s been revealed that the second season of Fashion Star will go on without two of its biggest names.
Look, not everyone can be the best, and at no time of the year is that clearer than during award show season. Not because some people win awards and others don’t, but because some people just can’t manage to dress themselves before they hit the red carpet.
From what we’ve learned about NBC’s new fashion reality show, Fashion Star, the one that’s supposed to be entirely different from Project Runway, the entire thing sounds just like Project Runway. A boring version of Project Runway, but Project Runway nonetheless.
This week Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld made headlines — as did Dov Charney and Lady Gaga. Reality shows were such a thing, Kanye got back in the fashion game, and the royal wedding continued to take over our lives.
NBC revealed today that speculation about its new fashion reality show wasn’t all that speculative. Ben Silverman, who brought us The Biggest Loser and The Office, says the network is moving forward with Fashion Star, a Project Runway-esque show that will try to find the next big designer dying to break out of obscurity.
As much as we love the freedom of sartorial choice, sometimes we think wearing a uniform to work would make our lives easier. Think about all the extra time we would have in the morning! And all the money we would save on ugly work clothes! (Kidding, we don’t have to wear ugly work clothes — we get to wear whatever we want! Tutus! Harem pants! Converse!) But still, uniforms have an appeal…that is, unless they give you “painful rashes.”
While some women have to work hard to look young, Elle Macpherson makes it look effortless. (Well, that’s if you can say she’s aged — the woman looks pretty much the same as she did ten years ago.) She’s stunning, she’s sexy, and she leaves women everywhere asking, how the hell does she do it?
Elle editor in chief Robbie Myers joined the Today Show’s Ann Curry this morning to talk about “curvy girls” and whether they’re “making a comeback.” While we applaud the Today Show for addressing these issues — they’ve even dedicated a new segment to it: Today’s Women — Myers, unfortunately, did not make the best case for the cause.
Sure, they can deliver the news, but when it comes to trend forecasting the Associated Press should just keep it’s day job. Consider their latest mirror ball prediction: “Old models are the new black.” Well, if the trite headline didn’t tip you off to the fact that they’ve completely missed the mark — consider what lies beneath the fold.
The editors of Sports Illustrated are bringing Swimsuit fans a 256 page collection of some of the best photographs from Walter Iooss Jr.’s swimsuit photos, spanning the last 47 years.
After seeing Cindy Crawford’s to-die-for spread in UK Harper’s Bazaar, it occurred to us that supermodels never seemed to age. Naturally, we put our intrepid interns on the job and discovered, well, it’s a fact: they’ve either got the genes, the money, or the most incredible plastic surgeons in the world because these ladies are starting to look younger and younger every day.