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Anna Wintour definitely broke the mold in 1988 when she put denim on the November cover of Vogue. Peter Lindbergh photographed Israeli stunner Michaela Bercu in a Christian Lacroix couture jacket and stonewashed jeans by Guess. It caused quite a stir at the time, and still remains an iconic piece of Vogue history. To celebrate the mag’s 120th anniversary and the all-important September issue, Wintour is spilling the real reason she put Mercu in denim.
Gwyneth Paltrow is the new face of Coach, and the result is oh-so-blah.
Get ready to add to the list of reasons of why you have a love/hate relationship with Gwyneth Paltrow. The all-American actress (and singer?) has landed a deal to be the face of the Coach brand. Just not in the United States.
After an 18 year hiatus from the pages of Vogue, fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh has finally returned with a spread as lengthy as his time away from Vogue. That’s right. Lindbergh is giving us 18 full pages of fashion photography brilliance.
What is it these days with models and actresses taking off their makeup? Jessica Simpson swore she went sans makeup for the May cover of Marie Claire, French Elle devoted an entire issue to natural beauty — even Snooki ditched the eyeliner in an issue of In Touch earlier this year. Now Kim Kardashian has jumped on the bandwagon, and for a girl who wears so much makeup all the time, it’s refreshing that she’d agree to let go of it all for a photoshoot in this week’s Life & Style.
You may remember that super-gorgeous, stir-creating French Elle in which iconic German lensman Peter Lindbergh captured the likes of Eva Herzigova, Ines de la Fressange, and a slew of European actresses with little to no makeup (as if they needed it) and minimal photoshop work. Word is, Lindbergh — ever the photographic proponent of all things au natural — is at it again, training his lens on models in a similar spread for the French glossy this week.