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2012 ended with several major baby announcements for Kate Middleton, Jessica Simpson, and Kim Kardashian. But in a new interview with ELLE UK, cover girl Scarlett Johansson says that kids aren’t in her forecast anytime soon.
It’s always surprising to see Photoshop fails on magazine covers — it’s almost as if the editors don’t take a step back and really look at them. The latest questionable cut, unfortunately, is Kylie Minogue on the January cover of Elle UK. Let’s take a look.
Giorgio Armani opened up to Elle UK in their September issue about what it takes to be a true fashion mogul, and what he had to say was surprisingly poignant.
Last month, Elle UK revealed that David Beckham would make history as the first dude to get a solo cover. Now images of the newsstand and collectors’ edition covers for the July issue are out, and we think both pics are insanely drool-worthy.
Kristen Stewart (and her PR team) are hard at work drumming up publicity for her upcoming films Snow White and the Huntsman and On The Road, and they’re starting with magazine covers.
Hints: he’s hot, athletic, and has a killer bod.
Are you a Mary-Kate or an Ashley? The Olsen sisters have April cover duty over at Elle UK, which means we need to hold a full-blown, all-out TWIN BATTLE ROYALE. Or, you know, take a poll. So, who do you like best — Ashley in a bejeweled Dolce & Gabbana dress or Mary-Kate in a [...]
The Fanning sisters are having a very good February. 13-year-old Elle posed for a sunny pic on the cover of Teen Vogue, while Dakota landed a close-up on ELLE UK.
Lately we’d been getting little inklings that Lady Gaga might be losing the special flair she had for making a big splash. And those inklings were promptly laid to rest this morning when we saw a photo of Gaga getting naked for singer Tony Bennett — so that, you know, he could paint her. For Vanity Fair.
We think Michelle Williams looks beautiful with her pixie cut, but we had no clue about the significance behind her short ‘do.
Emma Watson is the perfect magazine cover girl. She has fashion cred, but also celebrity pull. Plus that face! So lovely! Not to mention the girl can wear some clothes. Alas, her latest cover involves nary a bit of clothing.
Last night’s Elle Style Awards in London celebrated fashion’s biggest stars as well as stars that happen to be fashionable. Alexa Chung hosted the ceremony, where Emma Watson walked away with the Style Icon award and Blake Lively won for Best TV Star.
In a year when the best advice anyone could give about anything was “Do the best you can with less,” fashion magazines — the smart ones, anyway — seemed to respond in kind. White space, nudity, and faces (and bodies) rather than full-on fashion dominated the best magazine covers of 2010, and we’ve assembled a group of 15 books we think did it best.
In what we have to imagine is an unprecedented coup, that sparkly gold Balmain dress has landed a seventh cover. Yes, count it: seven. The same dress that Natalia Vodianova infamously wore sans smooth legs is now also on the cover of December’s British Elle, worn by Anne Hathaway. Did we mention this is the dress’s seventh cover appearance? (That’s almost double the amount of covers that appliqued Miu Miu number had!) Like we said, unprecedented.
Rag on her shoes though we might, we’ve always thought Alexa Chung was a lovely and talented young woman. But more than a few people have accused her of having an eating disorder, and the model, designer and TV personality is sick and tired of hearing it.
The yellow Miu Miu dress you’re looking at is an exquisite creation. But how could it end up on three different high-fashion magazine covers?
In an industry dying to be saved, maybe a little edginess could go a long way. If Elle UK’s June 2010 cover is any indication, editor in chief Lorraine Candy thinks so as well. The magazine’s June cover displays a much more artsy aesthetic with a completely blurred and softly stunning photograph of Kylie Minogue.
Nothing washes down that second cup of coffee like a good old fashioned mid-morning snack — or better yet, a snap! For that we think bloggess Garance Dore’s latest inky effort will do nicely to ease the rumblings. Because what’s yummier than a hand drawn Demi, right?