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Yesterday Forbes released its annual list of the world’s highest paid models. The list hasn’t changed much over the last decade – for the seventh consecutive year Gisele Bundchen was the top earning model, pulling in an outrageous $42m – followed not-so-closely behind by Miranda Kerr, Adriana Lima, Kate Moss and Candice Swanepoel et al, all on comparatively plebian salaries ranging between $3.2 and $7.2.
Any red carpet that plays host to Sharon Stone, Amanda Seyfreid, Joan Smalls, and Lou Reed will inevitably be one for the books. Case in point: The Lovelace premiere.
Baby, it’s cold outside, but Versace‘s spring ads are hot.
Sure, Kanye West‘s skirt was the big news of the night, style-wise, but he wasn’t the only star who came out to last night’s “12-12-12″ concert. Blake Lively, Katie Holmes, and Kristen Stewart were also among the charitably minded celebs who stepped out for the Hurricane Sandy benefit show.
Joan Smalls may be in possession of an incredibly enviable leg-length to hip-width ratio, but that didn’t stop Gucci from doing some incredibly ill-advised post-production work on her stems in this otherwise gorgeous ad.
One of the very first covers of 2013 is here, and it is — drumroll please – Vogue Japan featuring Joan Smalls!
As much as we loved Cindy Crawford as the original host of MTV’s House of Style, Karlie Kloss and Joan Smalls are doing a mighty fine job themselves. Their first episode is out, and it follows the two during Paris Fashion Week from the hustle and bustle of backstage to the glamorous parties.
We’ve been seriously amped ever since we heard MTV was bringing back its iconic ’90s show “House of Style”, and at last night’s Video Music Awards, the network announced its new hosts. Filling Cindy Crawford’s very big shoes are Karlie Kloss, 20, and Joan Smalls, 24, and the ladies already have some big plans. While [...]
For a night devoted for fashion, you’ve got to bring your A-game on the red carpet. And at last night’s Style awards, most did just that.
Looks like the model-of-the-moment just earned herself a plumb spot shilling high-end wheels for Mercedes-Benz. And she’s got the mohawk to prove it.
Joan Smalls is really, frighteningly beautiful. Which is why we’re extra pleased that W made her their July cover girl — though reports indicate fellow model Karlie Kloss will also have a version. We’re also looking forward to have her kohl-rimmed eyes replace Tom Cruise and his guyliner staring us down at the newsstand. Well done all around, W!
Congratulations to Joan Smalls, who not only snagged her first cover of Vogue Italia, but has the dubious honor of being the first model of color to grace the glossy’s front page since their “all black” issue in 2008.
We’re pretty much the presidents of the Models Instead Of Celebrities On Magazine Covers Club (MIOOMCC), so we’re all about the Carine Roitfeld-styled covers for the winter issue of V Magazine.
Red carpets are usually reserved for actors and actresses, but during fashion week, all bets are off! Last night’s carpet (which was, it should be noted, black) for Moet & Chandon’s Etoile Award Gala and Ceremony featured a host of catwalk stunners including Kate Moss, Joan Smalls, Candice Swanepoel, and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley. But which one pulled off the black and white dress code best?
Joan Smalls held court over the teensy David Yurman boutique on Madison Avenue for Fashion’s Night Out last night, where she told us what it’s like being one of the few super successful models of color in the business.
For the past 10 years, Vogue‘s shape issue has aimed to highlight different body types. As such, it’s unfortunate that the title of a behind-the-scenes video of a conventional models-only shoot for the issue is “Vogue Diaries: ‘Perfect’ Shapes”. Sigh.