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The news peg isn’t that it’s Lauren Hutton‘s birthday and she once appeared on this funny game show. No — the real story is that Eminem is a secret connoisseur of vintage television.
In other words, the two coolest women ever went tête-à-tête.
There’s a reason all our favorite supermodels have been resurfacing in the glossies recently. With the exception of Cara Delevingne, they just don’t make ‘em that damn sassy any more.
Lauren Hutton landed the cover of Net-A-Porter’s online mag, The Edit, but it’s really her interview that caught our eyes. The 69-year-old model speaks candidly about too-thin models and mean girls, and is just so refreshingly BS-free.
For the latest installment of “Vogue Stories”, Vogue‘s ongoing series in which industry insiders look back on their histories with the magazine, legendary model Lauren Hutton shares a tale of an especially memorable photo shoot with Richard Avedon.
There are a lot of things we love about Lauren Hutton‘s interview with Michael Kors in the September issue of Interview, but topping that list is a badass tale the model-slash-actress told about auditioning for a group of Mad Men-style ad execs in the 1960s.
Club Monaco has been making some seriously fashionable and photogenic moves lately. Last spring, they celebrated famed photographer Bert Stern and their Fashion’s Night Out event featured photo progeny Victor Demarchelier taking portraits of lucky customers. This season, they tapped photo world wunderkind Ryan McGinley to shoot a host of A-list names and boldfaced scenesters for their spring campaign — the result of which is young, fun, and very worthy of last week’s launch event.
Last night, Manhattan’s most fashionable — and those who could afford tickets — converged on Lincoln Center for Anna Wintour‘s “consumer-oriented” brainchild, Fashion’s Night Out: The Show. And while we have runway pics and photos of Pharrell and N.E.R.D.’s performance coming later, let’s take a look at who made the guest list and, more importantly, what they wore.