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We know times are tough in the world of print, but magazines must still have some kind of vetting system in place before an issue gets sent off to the publisher, right? Unfortunately, you wouldn’t know it from some of the glossy gaffes we’ve seen this year, from blackface editorials to Photoshop disasters and beyond. Today’s ill-conceived spread comes courtesy of Tatler, which printed a charming spread entitled “Titler: Best Society Breasts” in its May issue. Needless to say, those featured aren’t telling the world how honored they feel to be included.
Because really, how else do you celebrate your 200,000th Twitter follower?
As much as Fashion Month is all about seeing dreamy clothes on the runways in New York, London, Milan, and Paris, it’s also about the lack thereof. For fall 2013, designers sent out topless, bottomless, and downright naked models, and of course, we have it all right here.
Exposed nipples on the runway barely makes us skip a beat, but they’re still a little distracting when we’re trying to watch a show. Case in point: the first model down the runway at Dan and Dean Caten‘s DSquared2 show in Milan yesterday suffered an unfortunate wardrobe malfunction.
Remember how blasé we were about a topless Lily McMenamy walking in Marc Jacobs‘ show last week? Well, British designer Pam Hogg one-upped him with several naked models at her London Fashion Week show.
We’ve seen plenty of exposed nipples and breasts on the runway, but Alexandre Vauthier just took it to a new level with his spring 2013 couture show.
Not only is Vogue Paris considered one of the most influential fashion magazines in the world, it’s also made a name for itself with original, inspiring, and occasionally controversial photography. But instead of featuring a big-named photographer and a high-concept shoot for its annual calendar, the 2013 edition is just full of repeat images.
December magazine covers can usually be counted on to be festive, but Interview Russia‘s is the complete opposite. Instead Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell pose topless in a striking black and white cover pic.
Keira Knightley‘s right nipple, or lack thereof, on the December cover of Allure has been a hop topic these past few days. Was it airbrushed out, or is her hand just covering it? We’re leaning towards the former, but the mag’s editor-in-chief denies such a thing.
Unless Keira Knightley was born with only one nipple (which we know she wasn’t), Allure most definitely airbrushed her right one out of their December 2012 cover.
Kris Jenner road tested her Wonder Woman Halloween costume this weekend, and posted an Instagram pic on Twitter to document it to more than 2.5 million followers. Unfortunately, that also meant that her eagle-eyed fans spotted Jenner’s nip slip. Oops?
It’s amazing that it took Jennifer Lopez this long to suffer a wardrobe malfunction on stage — it seems like she’s been wearing sheer onesies for years.
Spanish magazine Fuera de Serie is making jaws drop with its August cover girl: Michelle Obama. And it’s because she is depicted as a topless black slave.
We’ve got pretty tough stomachs here at Styleite, but there’s one thing we’ve seen today kinda makes us want to vomit. Specifically? The dress British designer Rachel Freire made of over 3,000 cow nipples and plans to show at Paris Fashion Week.
Magazines, which have long been heralding the iPad as their knight in shiny, white, Apple-issued armor, have found themselves in a bit of a pickle when it comes to the so-called technological savior of the industry. It looks like glossies planning to launch iPad editions will have to censor all nipples and taboo body-parts in order to ensure inclusion in the App store.