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Looks like there’s another addition to Eva Herzigova’s brood!
Guess may not have the prestige of Chanel or the street cred of Alexander Wang, but man oh man do they ever know how to cast their models. From Anna Nicole Smith to Claudia Schiffer, the denim brand has propelled a stellar group of faces to stardom over the years. And now, they’re taking to the web to find the next Guess Girl to join the pack. Could it be you?
Duran Duran’s much anticipated and highly teased video for their latest single, “Girl Panic” is finally here and, as promised, it stars a quintet of ’90s supermodels: Cindy Crawford, Eva Herzigova, Helena Christensen, Naomi Campbell, and Yasmin Le Bon (who is, it should be noted, married to frontman Simon). In a cute twist, the supers all play members of the band, with Campbell as Le Bon and Christensen stealing the show as hard-partying drummer Roger Taylor.
Rockstars and supermodels go together like peanut butter and Oreos, so it’s no surprise to us how excited the fashion industry has been about some of the original 90s supermodels starring in a new music video for Duran Duran. The video hasn’t been released yet, but a new spread in Harper’s Bazaar UK has a good idea of what the final product will look like.
As slow as August is, it is good for one thing: tons and tons of September issue rollouts. Today we have some international editions that are chock full of supermodels. But which one is best?
Last month, we heard reports that Naomi Campbell was rounding up all her supermodel friends for an early ’90s inspired music video shoot. Allegedly the brainchild of Yasmin Le Bon, wife of Duran Duran frontman Simon Le Bon, the group apparently reunited in Cannes during the festival to talk details — and now, courtesy of Stefano Gabbana (who else?), we’ve got photo evidence that it’s most definitely happening.
Late designer Alexander McQueen is the subject of a documentary airing on British television tonight called, “McQueen and I,” and while the film focuses on his infamous relationship with Isabella Blow, it also reveals some colorful and not exactly positive details about the designer, his interpersonal skills, and his work ethic.
Apparently the concept behind the Wonder Bra did not originate with Eva Herzigova’s ads in the 1990s. Pads have been used to enhance a woman’s breast cup for over 200 years, according to The Sun, and now the oldest padded bra will be going on display.