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If anyone can use shaky cam, blood pressure-raising music, and voodoo dolls to successfully hawk thousand-dollar dresses, it’s Karl Lagerfeld.
At first glance, the hot off the press Just Cavalli fall campaign looks like it’s a scene out of the late ’60s with twenty-somethings holding protest wearing hallucinatory prints à la Barbara Hulanicki. But take a closer look and you’ll find that the SWAT team members have suspiciously chiseled cheekbones, the “protestors” are too busy canoodling, and instead of ‘Make love, not war’ signs, the bunches are picketing on behalf of getting ‘Just Naked’ and being ‘Just Young’.
Ever since Port magazine deemed that the “New Golden Age” of magazines is at the helm of six men, it raised many questions about the gender gap in the publishing world and whether or not women’s magazines engage serious journalism.
Thought the dentist was creepy? Then probably don’t watch this video if you’re getting your eyes tested any time soon. Spectral is a short film directed by Jenna Elizabeth for SHAUNS eyewear, starring Chanel Iman as the victim of a demented eye examination complete with horror-film flashbacks.
We know exactly what you were thinking after watching Miley Cyrus’ new music video for “We Can’t Stop”: I need that palm tree nipple cover bathing suit (you know the one Miley and her twin Barbie doll wear?). Between all the white spandex and gold-plated bling, we had a feeling you’d want the same duds for your own twerking binge. See the video and shop the looks after the jump.
Despite our report earlier today that Irina Shayk has fallen victim to a stalker, the supermodel is still having plenty of fun as evidenced in this new Vs. Magazine short, which just launched to accompany the mag’s sizzling Spring 2013 cover.
“Visible cleavage, very short skirts…” explains Emma Watson in a new featurette for The Bling Ring. We get the idea, Ems, after all we highlighted yesterdaythat you and your character Nicki are polar opposites.
The first ever post-scandal John Galliano TV interview, hosted in the moody confession chamber of broadcast journalist Charlie Rose, aired last night on PBS. In the interview, Galliano looks far from the performer we’re used to seeing on the runway, dressed in a navy suit and blue button up that’s neither slashed into a deep-v, nor fringed with pirate lace, as he expounds on the Vanity Fair interview he gave earlier this month.
With Diana in post-production and heading to the big screen, a one-minute video has been released which does all that teaser trailers are designed to do: Tease.
Back then, Gisele was just a budding Red Sox fan and an advocate of sexy dads.
Another #CandidlyNicole episode has come across the wires and this week, Nicole Richie’s talking bangs, bobs, and becoming a power lesbian. Well, not really. After getting a haircut she can “live with” from pal Andy Lecompte at his eponymous West Hollywood salon, she sticks around to consult on his next client. (She is, apparently, the queen of braids).
Is it Friday? Because it sure feels like it around this office when we start coming up with excuses to watch male models do things. But, nope! It’s just a regular, old Tuesday, the day after the CFDAs when we’re all entrenched in high-brow fashion coverage. You know, the the who’s who of the country’s best craftsmen. Wait, what’s that? This video of male models singing Daft Punk’s summer anthem “Get Lucky” is from the CFDAs? Well, then we don’t even need to make excuses! This is timely, relevant, and, oh, whatever, just watch.
In the promo for Karl Lagerfeld’s much-awaited return to CNN’s “Fashion: Backstage Pass”, host Alina Cho asked the Kaiser to elaborate on the controversial words he had for Adele.
As if it wasn’t already, it’s now official that 91-year-old Iris Apfel is our role model. Whether it’s in the form of her outlandish fashion or rollicking one-liners, she always delivers the gumption we often only wish we could pull off. In a new short film from NOWNESS, we get plenty of both when Apfel visits the zoo with dear friend and London-based designer Duro Olowu.
This weekend, Michael Douglas is going to blow all of our minds by portraying the human discoball that was Liberace. Based on HBO promos for Behind The Candelabra, we can already tell that he steps into the bedazzled platform shoes seamlessly; but credit must be given where due and in this case the film’s costume designer deserves some acknowledgement.
Last night on Late Night With Jimmy Fallon, Elisabeth Moss pranced on set in an adorable tennis-dress styled LBD and a striking new hairdo. Her character on Mad Men may have had the worst day of work in the latest episode, but this look landed Moss as our best of the day.
On The Client List, Jennifer Love Hewitt plays a high-end escort. So it shouldn’t shock that she shows plenty of skin on the show’s promotional materials, but sure enough a scandal erupted over her scantily clad billboard images last year. She told Conan O’Brien all about it last night, plus what it’s like to pretty much live in lingerie now.
The fashion world collectively freaked out when David Bowie released the video for “The Stars (Are Out Tonight)” with Tilda Swinton and Bowie himself playing an old couple with “a nice life,” (as she says in the supermarket). We can all gasp and shriek once again, because the next Bowie mini-movie is here, and it’s basically a dream (nightmare?) come true.
The second installment of the new Aol Originals reality series #CandidlyNicole has Nicole and celebrity florist Eric Buterbaugh assigning personalities to different blooms (anemones are “a little slutty”, by the way).
Reese Witherspoon may have played a lawyer in Legally Blonde, but she couldn’t talk her way out of a certain dust-up with police officers two weeks ago. She was arrested in Atlanta, Georgia for disorderly conduct after berating the cops who arrested her husband Jim Toth for driving under the influence. A very embarrassed and humbled Witherspoon stopped by Good Morning America for her first-ever post-arrest interview, and spoke to George Stephanopoulos about “the elephant in the room”.