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Heidi Klum is quite the multitalented woman. In fact, now that we think of it, perhaps that’s why they picked her as one of the new judges of America’s Got Talent this season. In any case, the model showed off one of her more obscure skills yesterday on the set of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, belting out a yodel worthy of the Lonely Goatherd himself. And, because one absurdly attractive yodeler is never enough, she invited Bradley Cooper to join in.
Heidi Klum has landed her latest reality television gig as the fourth judge on America’s Got Talent.
NYFW‘s celebrity faces turned out last night to kick off the week at the American Foundation for AIDS Research‘s annual fundraiser and gala.
If we learned anything from last night’s episode of The Tonight Show with Jay Leno, it’s that Heidi Klum is a braver woman than we. The Project Runway host visited the set in a black sleeveless dress with sheer net panels up the sides that, while definitely made for dancing, looked like a dangerous choice for doing so on a desk in front of television cameras.
Throughout her career, Heidi Klum has had to strip down to her skivvies more than once. In her latest interview with Ocean Drive, the 39-year-old German beauty opens up about how young models should say no to posing nude, and how photographers have helped her stay classy even during provocative shoots.
Heidi Klum is the queen of Halloween, but she had to postpone her annual over-the-top bash due to Hurricane Sandy. This weekend, Klum was finally able to bust out her Cleopatra costume for her “Haunted Holiday Party” benefitting the American Red Cross.
Thanksgiving is all about spending quality time with family, friends, and food — and, of course, feverishly documenting the whole process. Thanks to Twitter and Instagram, we now know how our fave fashion insiders like Heidi Klum, Jourdan Dunn, and Derek Blasberg spent the holiday. One thing is for sure: there’s no denying that people in fashion eat.
Taylor Swift, Alicia Keys, Carly Rae Jepsen, Psy, and more attended MTV‘s European Music Awards in Frankfurt, Germany last night. The red carpet looks ran from runway glam to over-the-top excess to some seriously yawn-worthy frocks. Who was best dressed, and who could have dressed better?
Just like it wouldn’t be Christmas without Santa Claus or Fashion Week without an Anna Dello Russo sighting, it just wouldn’t feel quite like Halloween without Heidi Klum debuting another over-the-top costume to wear to her annual star-studded bash.
On Friday, Teen Vogue hosted their 7th Annual Fashion University event at the Condé Nast building in New York City. Across the pond, the London Film Festival closed this weekend with a red carpet showing for “Great Expectations,” and Down Under the Caufield Cup Day drew a colorful crowd with peplums, prints, and plenty of fascinators to go around.
From Heidi Klum‘s double thigh-high split to Glenn Close’s altogether too busy bodice, the misfires on tonight’s red carpet were plenty.
It’s always nerve-wracking the week the designers get a challenge that makes them totally flounder, and it happens at least once a season thanks to the diabolical minds at Lifetime. This week was that challenge for the Season 10 designers, and it’s not hard to see why — they were put in charge of designing a new costume for the Radio City Music Hall Rockettes.
Oh, boy. This week the designers had to raise money in teams of three by selling T-shirts and various other tchotchkes they made in the workroom to buy their fabric at Mood. This went over about as well as you can imagine.
The contest between the female and male designers that has been brewing all season, whose opening shots were the dwindling number of female designers and the girls branding the remaining dudes the “Silk Chiffon(z)ies,” finally came to a head last night.
Every year, the Project Runway designers have a challenge where they have to make a garment for a normal-sized person. And every time, at least some of the designers moan and whine and cry about how difficult it is going to be to dress a real live human being because “they have to use more fabric” or “the patterns are going to be more difficult to cut” or that they just unabashedly hate fat people. This would be odious on its own, except I feel that the eliminations ought to be based on how well the designers treat their clients. Period. In fact, let the clients decide who to send home!
This week, the designers were forced to work in two teams to create two collections. The winning collection will be featured in the newest iteration of Marie Claire, a publication specifically tailored toward working women As usual, the designers can barely stop snipping at each other long enough to pull it off.
Last week, when the designers had to make a garment for former contestants, Raul Osorio was let go and Christopher Palu and Andrea Katz had a rather nasty fight about whose fault it was that they were in the bottom three, leading Andrea to dejectedly say she would almost be relieved to be eliminated. Naturally, the contestants all reacted as though she’d said she wished she were dead.
She’s still got it, y’all!
Project Runway celebrated their tenth anniversary on the Highline last night! But while the show is gearing up for a season rife with drama, the guests at the NYC fête opted for more subdued ensembles.