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Is Kate Moss putting on the bunny ears for Playboy? Survey says: …
If sex sells, Michael Kors is about to make a lot of money. His new men’s underwear ads aren’t focused so much on putting on a fresh pair of boxer briefs as they are on getting a woman to take them off. (You’re going to have to click here to see just how she’s doing that.)
Generally, we like to cover what our favorite celebrities wear, but today we saw three different Entertainment Weekly cover options featuring Jake Gyllenhaal and Anne Hathaway naked, and nudity turned into a story.
If you’re a milliner, the point of a runway presentation is to get people to look at your hats. But when Charlie Le Mindu sent a few nude models down a London runway yesterday, attendees of his show didn’t know where to look — or not look — first.
It’s been a week full of highs (Emma Watson‘s new hairdo), lows (Teresa Guidice‘s local tanning salon ad) and weirdness (fly legs turned into fake eyelashes). If you’ve missed any of this week’s fashion news, read on and get caught up.
After ogling Lady Gaga‘s ethereal Vanity Fair September cover, we couldn’t help but scour the cover archives for some of nudity’s most celebrated moments — forever immortal on the front pages of fashion’s major publications.
Elizabeth Jagger, who began modeling at the ripe young age of 13, may seem like an interesting spokesperson against the sexualization of young models, but in a recent interview with the Telegraph, she sounds wise beyond her years. While Jagger clearly doesn’t have an issue with baring her breasts — the daughter of Mick Jagger had posed nude before she turned 20 — her stance on nudity is surprisingly nuanced.
If you thought you’d seen the last of these models’ naked bodies in the Fashion Icons issue of Love Magazine, think again. Vanity Fair España’s May issue will feature Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss entirely naked and shot by photographer Giampaolo Sgura. Oh, and did we mention male model Andres Velencoso Segura is on the cover? “100% desnudos!” Swoon.