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Sometimes we almost feel guilty for the amount of space dedicated to Karl Lagerfeld on this here website. But it’s not every day that one of his many, many, many newsworthy actions involves Gabourey Sidibe. And if it does, it’s probably more likely to be because of an awkward/nasty comment rather than a regal full-body photograph taken for the September issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
If there’s one thing fashion loves to do, it’s push the envelope. And while some of the stories included on this list made the cut due to a deliberately controversial editorial vision (ahem, Terry Richardson), many more made the list by sheer (and often embarrassingly obtuse) accident. But one thing is for sure, these are the stories that kept tongues wagging, traffic spiking, and many publicists very, very busy.
Elle‘s 25th anniversary issue has been met with a little controversy — some of which we’ve harbored right here on Styleite — but we’ll be honest: The short film photographer Carter Smith made featuring the 25 game changers and revolutionaries from the October issue is really quite charming.
Elle magazine’s 25th anniversary issue is stirring up a bit of controversy. The magazine chose four celebs — Gabourey Sidibé, Megan Fox, Amanda Seyfried and Lauren Conrad — to grace their own individual covers. But while all the ladies look gorgeous, some people are taking issue with two aspects of Sidibé’s cover, in particular.
Actress Gabourey Sidibe‘s IMDB page is pretty quiet for someone who’s been nominated for an Academy Award, but that could be because she’s working on a lucrative side project.
Saturday night’s annual White House Correspondents’ Dinner was a relatively star-studded event — this is D.C. we’re talking about, here — and it’s always fun to parse the sartorial stylings of a red carpet event in our nation’s capital. Unsurprisingly, the guests played it fairly safe, if certainly colorful. And in case you were wondering, yes, Michelle Obama looked stunning.