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Feel like your corneas have had it a little easy lately? Well look no further than our slideshow of this weekend’s weirdest red carpet outings, from the reams of rainbow-colored suits to a somber and not-so-wholesome Reese Witherspoon, hitting the town in NYC following her arrest for disorderly conduct.
For i-D‘s fall Role Model issue, we’ve been gifted with not one, not even five, but sixteen different covers featuring some major faces. We wonder how long it took to schedule and plan the photoshoots?
Stephanie Seymour and Marlon Teixeira certainly smolder on the cover of the fall/winter issue of Vogue Hommes International. But does the cover also glamorize domestic abuse, and should the mag be pulled from newsstands? Several advocacy groups certainly think so, and have already taken it upon themselves to write in their demands to the mag’s publisher Condé Nast.
Ever since Paris and Nicky Hilton left the building, the socialite scene has been in need of a pair of high-powered siblings. Enter Peter Brant Jr., 18, and Harry Brant, 15, two of New York’s youngest and best known It Boys.
This side of a few months ago, supermodel Stephanie Seymour was going through a pretty nastily publicized divorce with her billionaire husband Peter Brant. But Seymour says a Navajo blanket brought the both of them back from the brink of lawyer craziness and anger at each other.
In case you missed our live-tweets of the supermodel reunion of sorts on today’s Oprah, Stephanie Seymour, Beverly Johnson, Christie Brinkley, Paulina Porizkova, and Cheryl Tiegs all stopped by the Harpo studios to look back at their life-long careers in front of the lens. But while Porizkova was, per usual, a boon of wonderful one-liners, we were most intrigued by Seymour’s response to those oh-so-close photos of her and her son Peter in St. Barth’s.
Last week when we published those photos of Peter Brant II getting creepily close with his mom Stephanie Seymour on the beach, we were really eager to hear what he or his family would have to say about the matter. Today, we got just that.
In today’s most shocking news item, model Stephanie Seymour and husband Peter Brant have called off their divorce. Yes, people reconcile occasionally, but we certainly didn’t think Seymour and Brant would fall into that camp after the messy proceedings they’ve been going through for well over a year.
We don’t know why it’s such a tragic time to be a model, but we do know that Stephanie Seymour, who used to walk for Victoria’s Secret, kinda needs to get her act together.
After seeing Cindy Crawford’s to-die-for spread in UK Harper’s Bazaar, it occurred to us that supermodels never seemed to age. Naturally, we put our intrepid interns on the job and discovered, well, it’s a fact: they’ve either got the genes, the money, or the most incredible plastic surgeons in the world because these ladies are starting to look younger and younger every day.
Once upon a time, the cover ladies of fashion’s most important and influential magazines were referred to as Supermodels. But with the advent of tabloids and the obsession with celebrity culture, fashion magazines steered away from model-covers and opted for actresses, musicians, and socialites instead. And then Kate Moss graced the cover of W’s September Issue, Linda Evangelista the cover of November, and now this month’s Vogue features a decidedly 90s-inspired Gisele Bundchen.