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When Beyoncé speaks, we listen. When Beyoncé gets photographed wearing nothing except serious statement jewelry and all of the body paint, we drop our jaws and make weird indecipherable noises. When she does both of these things before we’ve had our second cup of coffee, we are not ready for this jelly and are yet SO READY at the same time.
At this point, we can pretty much all agree that James Franco is a weird kid. A very well educated kid, but a weird one nonetheless. And the actor/lecturer/artist has taken one more step to prove his own weirdness with the major difference in his two fall magazine covers: one that shows him in all his cosmopolitan, fashion-y glory, and another that just shows his bare ass.
Remember when Andre Leon Talley pronounced there was ““a famine of beauty! A famine of beauty, honey,” in The September Issue? Designer Azzedine Alaïa has the answer why: the intensity of the fashion calendar that causes designers to rapidly produce rather than thoughtfully create.