Topic: Kate-Moss

7 Supermodels With Notoriously Bad Attitudes

7 Supermodels With Notoriously Bad Attitudes

Earlier today, fashion photographer Bruce Weber revealed that the only model he’s ever kicked off set was (his now-friend) Cindy Crawford–the two were working on a Revlon shoot back in the day and apparently the young supermodel was so rude to the crew that Weber lost his temper and sent her home. Crawford in her ’90s heyday could get away with just about anything, though, so the ejection probably came as a cruel surprise.

Of course, this one little anecdote doesn’t qualify Crawford for the pantheon of models with legendarily bad attitudes–the phone-throwing, trash-talking, always late to everything supermodels like the ones below. More »

John Galliano’s In British Vogue With Kate Moss, But We Haven’t Forgotten His “I Love Hitler” Comments

John Galliano's In British Vogue With Kate Moss, But We Haven't Forgotten His "I Love Hitler" Comments

Kate Moss is on the December cover of British Vogue and inside, she’s featured in a shoot with her her bestie, ostracized anti-Semitic designer John Galliano.  It seems like this high-profile appearance might herald Galliano’s return to the fashion world in earnest, but even if he’s been accepted back into the fold by the fashion elite, I’m thinking it’s going to be a bit difficult for the rest of the world to forget that he was recorded in 2011 saying things like “I love Hitler.” More »

MFW: Star-Studded Front Row Fashion From Milan Fashion Week

MFW: Star-Studded Front Row Fashion From Milan Fashion Week

Milan Fashion Week is drawing to a close–which means the next round of Spring 2014 collections are around the corner in Paris. Here’s what the industry–Anna Wintour, Anna Dello Russo, Carine Roitfeld, Emmanuelle Alt–wore, along with the front row’s fanciest–Cate Blanchett, Freida Pinto, Blake Lively, Amber Heard–and even a few supermodels (Kate Moss, Karolina Kurkova, Bianca Balti). More »

Cronuts™ Taste As Good As Skinny Feels

Cronuts⢠Taste As Good As Skinny Feels

At first I thought the Cronuts™ craze that swept New York City was going to be a fleeting fad, but like the cupcakes and tart frozen yogurt trends before it, it seems that the donut and croissant splice is only going to get more pervasive. Though people still line up for the treat like a bunch of nerds waiting in line for Star Wars, knock offs are cropping up left and right making the exclusive status symbol of a snack more accessible. The same thing happened with cupcakes which spread from Magnolia Bakery and tart frozen yogurt from Pinkberry. Soon enough there will be Cronuts™ everywhere and we won’t be able to escape them. More »