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We’ve taken issue with fashion ads and editorials that glorify violence but this Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott-lensed editorial for LOVE magazine’s seriously stacked “supernatural” issue takes morbid themes to a whole new level. The photos are beautiful, but in a haunting, terrifying, and seriously creepy way.
This week Kate Moss got the Carrie Bradshaw treatment and Kate Middleton wore a floral pancake hat. LOVE Magazine totally ruled, plus-size model secrets were exposed, and Rachel Zoe‘s baby son got us all envious. Also, OMFG Mariah Carey.
Sometimes we forget that models, those alien-like creatures who get paid to allow photographers to distort perfect images of them into unrealistic ridiculousness, are actually human beings with human emotions. And this line from Lara Stone, the current face of Calvin Klein, reminded us of that fact.
We’ve been excited for Riccardo Tisci‘s religion-themed issue of Visionaire for quite some time now. The 228-page tome will set you back $425, but we were able to round up some of the most impressive images from the issue.
It’s August cover time, people! In honor of the special time, allow us to pit two Vogues against one another. Sarah Jessica Parker for American Vogue versus Lara Stone for Vogue Paris, anddddd…GO!
It looks like Vanity Fair might have to send Mr. Timberlake a fruit basket because he’s just been bumped from the July cover of Vanity Fair. Who’s taking his place? The royal couple, of course. We revealed Will and Kate’s Vanity Fair cover last month: the long-awaited, never-before-seen photo from Mario Testino’s engagement portraits. As much as we love the Prince and Princess, we don’t love the cover — and now we know it wasn’t even the original!
In the past year, the world’s 10 top-earning models made a combined $112 million. $45 million of that was made by Gisele Bündchen alone.
It’s only fitting that the May issue of Vogue UK is totally and completely royal wedding-obsessed. Not only is there a feature on Kate Middleton (who they call Catherine), a piece on fashion brides, and guide to being a perfect wedding guest, the magazine also went all out when it came to the cover.
We’ve seen the billboard, the confessional videos, and the 30-second commercial spot. Now we have a far more naked video to add to our obsessive coverage of Calvin Klein‘s awesome new ck One campaign. Behold: models doing things in their underwear!
A select group of New Yorkers are up in arms over this ck One billboard erected on lower Manhattan’s Houston Street. And while Lara Stone‘s, erm, assets would certainly qualify as worthy of distraction, it’s not the model’s figure that’s causing the commotion but rather the suggestion of an inappropriate message written out subliminally across the advertisement.
In what may be the most awesome nod to the nineties we’ve ever seen, ck one has just launched a new campaign shot by Steven Meisel (the man behind the original ads featuring ’90s icons like Kate Moss and Jenny Shimizu), in which aughts icons like Lara Stone, Pixie Geldof, Abbey Lee Kershaw, and Alice Dellal dance around wearing CK Jeans in what appears to a small, padded (and camera ready) room.
The end is near. Not the literal end, of course, but the end of Carine Roitfeld‘s tenure as redactrice en chef de Vogue Paris. And while many are looking forward to what Emmanuelle Alt will do with the magazine when she inherits its throne, we’re more concerned about the legacy Roitfeld will leave at the magazine. If an editor is only as good as her last cover, what does Roitfeld’s second to last cover say about where her and her magazine?
We get that Calvin Klein is a lifestyle brand, but the Calvin Klein Collection’s first commercial really lays it on thick that this is a brand that you need to have in all parts of your home and life. Like in your closet, and your living room — even in your relationship.
Britain may take flak for its climate and cuisine, but its clothing is no laughing matter — and the talented designers, models and megabrands that took home trophies from the British Fashion Awards yesterday are proof positive that our cousins across the pond take fashion very seriously. Above, Alexa Chung won the award for British Style.
Lara Stone wed comedian David Walliams in May, and the newlywed glow certainly hasn’t worn off for Stone’s funny hubby. In an interview with The Sun, Walliams doted on his gorgeous wife, noting her cooking skills.
Fresh off her racy Vogue Paris spread, Lara Stone appears a bit more demure in November’s British Vogue. We came across some of the photos from the shoot on the Fashion Spot, and transcribed some of our favorite quotes from Stone’s interview.
On Thursday night in Paris, fashion’s biggest and boldest names turned up to celebrate Paris Vogue’s 90th anniversary at a masquerade ball thrown by editor Carine Roitfeld. Gisele Bündchen, Diane von Furstenberg, and Karolina Kurkova were a few of the recognizable faces — behind their masks, of course — and the theme gave them carte blanche to go all out, sartorially speaking.
The 90th anniversary issue of Vogue Paris drops this month and in typical Carine Roitfeld form, the edition is jam-packed full of controversial photo spreads, 276 pages of ads, and Lara Stone‘s breasts.
We’d normally argue that French Vogue can do no wrong, but Carine Roitfeld‘s unadulterated love for skeezeball extraordinaire Terry Richardson is starting to grate on us. Though we’ve been eagerly awaiting details from the glossy’s September issue — which features an envy-inducingly gorgeous Marion Cotillard on the cover — we were a little disappointed in Corps d’Elite, one of the issue’s fashion editorials featuring Natasha Poly and shot by Richardson. Does anyone else think it looks really familiar?