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 AmericanÂ Vogue. More
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
Since Gisele is a supermodel–and supermodels get even more famous if they drop the baby weight in zero minutes–she is posing with toned, sweaty stomach exposed. She was shot by Mario Testino, of course. More
We didn’t know whether to classify this one as a Photoshop of Horrors or a plain old Fashion Disaster. More
They could always tell when it’s gonna rain! More
Nashville star Hayden Panettiere lands the cover of Glamour‘s May issue–looking quite lovely, we might add. The actress is a jumble of Spring-appropriate trends–namely, the omnipresent bra-top/crop-top, colorful stripes and her bold pink lip with minimal makeup (and visible freckles!).
Also visible is her infamous text tattoo–vivere senza rimipianti, a misspelling of vivere senza rimpianti–which came up during her chat with Glamour. More
She was inspired to write the cookbook when Dame MargaretÂ Smith, William Joel and Mario Batali were over for a quiet dinner party and Paltrow was a little loaded from the ’78 Montrachet and accidentally stuffed theÂ poulet de bressewith caviar instead of arranging it on the caviar plate where it belonged HA! HA!
And that’s when she realized she should eat more brown rice and less everything else. More