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As of late, we’ve been learning more about the über-mysterious Kate Moss than ever before — between a forthcoming documentary, telling Vanity Fair all about the nervous breakdown she had at 17, and the release of a vintage backstage interview, we’re finally seeing a more up-close-and-personal side of the supermodel. And she’s (quite literally) exposing even more of herself in Vogue Spain.
As slow as August is, it is good for one thing: tons and tons of September issue rollouts. Today we have some international editions that are chock full of supermodels. But which one is best?
We write about magazine covers a lot. We speculate, we question, we mock, we praise. And every month we have a new batch of glossies to analyze! We’re not the only ones with a cover fetish, though. An industrious poster over at Fashin has put together an artful look at the past year in mags.
In what we have to imagine is an unprecedented coup, that sparkly gold Balmain dress has landed a seventh cover. Yes, count it: seven. The same dress that Natalia Vodianova infamously wore sans smooth legs is now also on the cover of December’s British Elle, worn by Anne Hathaway. Did we mention this is the dress’s seventh cover appearance? (That’s almost double the amount of covers that appliqued Miu Miu number had!) Like we said, unprecedented.
This week was full of highs (like all the fun TV news we got on Wednesday — Tim Gunn on Gossip Girl!) and lows (like American Apparel hanging on by a loose financial thread). If you’ve missed any fashion news this week, read on.
We love a good animal themed photoshoot, and the David Vasiljevic-lensed editorial in April’s Vogue Espana gave us just that. But we have to take umbrage with an image in which some over-zealous photoshopping set one of the extras — an adorable widdle kitty! — on fire. The damning evidence, inside.