When I think “fantastic style,” the first folks who come to mind are typically not dudes. This is not because men are not amazing dressers quite often–men likeÂ Nathan Stewart-Jarrett (good god, man), Zachary QuintoÂ andÂ Sergio Ines all have exceptionally amazing style. … More
After many a rumor and a long time comin’, Kate Upton landed the cover of American Vogue’s June issue. As per usual, she is portrayed in her carefree, sexy, “All-American” way. Her organs are actually filled with cherry pie and her circulatory system is comprised of red, white and blue streamers. More
By now, you would hope that fashion magazines would have caught up with, oh, the rational thinkers of 2013. But no, mis amigos, this is simply impossible — after all, the seemingly most beloved and sacred tradition (or else it would’ve been eliminated by now, surely) is blackface. More
When it comes to health and fitness advocates, there are few faces more recognizable than the FLOTUSÂ herself.Â Michelle ObamaÂ is set to grace the cover ofÂ Vogue‘s in-shape issue for April in a portrait taken by photographerÂ Annie Leibowitz. But how will she appear? More
Natali Germanotta, the 20-year-old sister of Lady Gaga, is apparently attempting to break into the whole fame shebang herself. In a photoshoot for Viral Fashion, she donned lovely looks from designers like Lanvin and Givenchy, as well as a thick smokey eye and deep red lip. While I’m not a huge fan of the shoot overall, I do want to acknowledge the real breakout stars here: the ridiculous extras. More
My only issue with the entire thing is actually a note on the Huffington Post article regarding the shoot who implies that being plus-size is somehow an outrageous, insulting title. Other than that, this shoot is adora-fierce. More
In this beautiful desert themed shoot for NumĂ©ro #138, Querelle Jansen is frilled-up, laced-down and looks all sorts of incredible. It’s as if you crossed Sukiyaki Western Django with Double Indemnity. More
Like we told you yesterday, Katy Perry is on the cover of the October issue of In Style Magazine. She also stars in a sizable spread within, and despite her hot pink hair, the photos are surprisingly classy and subdued. There are no whipped-cream-shooting bustiers here, only lovely retro outfits and Kitty Purry doing her best impression of Bettie Page. It’s almost enough to make you forget she’s released some of the most annoying songs in recent pop music history. Almost. More
Much like his 30 Rock character Jack Donaghy, Alec Baldwin is widely known to be a sharply dressed man. “It’s after six. What am I, a farmer?” Jack once said in response to being asked why he was wearing a tux, and it’s always seemed like Alec agreed. Imagine my surprise, then, when I saw him impersonating a farmer in Hamptons Magazine, even going so far as to wear cut-offs. Are there exceptions to the don’t-look-like-a-farmer rule that are specific to Baldwins when they are in the Hamptons? In any case, my love for him is unconditional. More
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Lykke Li might play fun, upbeat music with a hint of sadness, but she went darker than usual for her latest photo shoot with Interview Magazine. With heavy eye makeup, frantic scribbles and some rather sinister hats, Interview turned the Swedish pop star into a vessel for their beautiful, dark, twisted fantasy. It’s almost hard to believe this is the same lady who wrote “Dance, Dance, Dance.” Needless to say, I’m into it. More
Love magazine is making quite a splash with its August issue: rolling out a bunch of different covers, featuring established top models (Lara, Mariacarla), up-and-comers (Daphne G), and young Hollywood muses (Hailee Steinfeld, Elle Fanning). The covers are all striking and moody (each star is crying, after all) but none of them so much as approach the darkness of Mert & Marcus’ editorial within, What Lies Beneath. Starring a cadre of major models–Lara Stone, Mariacarla Boscono, Saksia de Brauw, Kristen McMenamy, Guinevere van Seenus–and alludes to sex, death, myth (Leda & the Swan!), and a nightmarish mix of all three. Also, it’s full of nudity, so be warned. More
What’s the first thing you notice about model Robyn Lawley? I’d venture to guess it’s how utterly gorgeous she is. That’s probably why Vogue Australia decided to feature her in their first ever plus-size editorial. You may also remember her from the cover of Vogue Italia. While that shoot was undeniably hot, it’s nice to see a mainstream fashion magazine let a plus size model wear clothes for once. I’m even willing to forgive editor-in-chief Kristie Clements’ skinny-as-go-to-compliment statement that “she doesnâ€™t actually look plus size to me at all now.” It’s okay to think plus-size women are hot, Kristie! But it seems like she’s at least on the right track, so I’ll let it slide. More
W‘s August issue features a delightful photo spread in which teen models Lindsey Wixon and Daphne Groeneveld hang around various areas of New York City styled to blend in with their surroundings. Or rather, styled to match the image their surroundings are historically best known for. I’m a little disappointed there’s no Brownsville one, but the folks at W still did a fine job. Let’s take a look. More