We were down with Lena Dunham‘s Vogue cover, but this literal Glamour shot? So, so excellent. More
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We give Vogue a lot of trouble for over-zealous retouching, so ordinarily when we say a new cover “looks like a painting,” we don’t mean it in a positive way.
But! The December cover of American Vogue has hit the internet and it’s actually a real beauty! More
That right there is Kate Winslet, Oscar-winning actress, positive body image lobbyist, wife of a man with an unconventional surname and mother of two (soon to be three). We included the above photo so you can see what a pretty lady Winslet is, with all her wavy blonde hair and glowing skin. Oh, it’s also to remind you what she looks like today. Literally today. More
She’s a person, not a paint swatch! More
Kate Upton‘s career trajectory has been breathtaking–we first heard about her in the wake of the “Candice Swanepoel is Alarmingly Thin” scandal, when Victoria’s Secret rode in like a white knight with their new hot, blonde, curvaceous 18-year-old. Then again, some of you discovered her on YouTube. Bloggers called her fat. It was terrible. More
Kate Moss is one of the biggest supermodels in the world, so why is she wearing drawn on boobs and a triangular vagina and something that resembles headphones? More
Since you read fashion blogs, you may have heard about how the ’90s are back–or noticed people on the street with plaid shirts tied around their waists, the ubiquitous crop tops on red carpets, the dark lipsticks on runways, the chokers. Now, then, seems like a perfect time to bring back one of the most delightful parts of the era: the supermodel. Interview Magazine is celebrating the decade’s biggest stars with a series of black and white covers shot by power duo Mert & Marcus for the September issue–the so-called “model issue.” The collection features everyone you’d expect: Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Christy Turlington, Linda Evangelista and more. More
Continuing her ascension as the world’s most famous and well-liked actress, Jennifer Lawrence takes the all-important September issue of American Vogue. More
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Ah, cleanses–one of the great hoaxes of our time. More
Alas, every single time a remotely famous person announces they’ve gone without makeup it is, indeed, news. Earth shattering news. More
A very violent game of Photoshop slice and dice with Claire Danes in August’s Vogue. More
They seemed to capture the exact moment that someone made a joke and Danes didn’t find it funny. At all. More