Rest easy friends. You’re not actually attracted to Justin Bieber! It was all an illusion. More
Topic: Lara Stone
These are the photos that launched 1,000 confused feelings. More
These celebs didn’t waste money on expensive dental work and embraced their gaps and crooked teeth. More
For i-D magazine’s Q&A issue, photographer Tyrone Lebon and fashion director Charlotte Stockdale shot five covers. However, the shoot involving Lara Stone has caught everybody’s eye, as she’s not only six months pregnant in the pictures, she also has her head on a platter. A fruit platter, specifically, which doesn’t really change the fact that her head’s on a plate of food. Despite loving the colors, I still find it…unnerving. More
Here at The Gloss, we love catching fashion magazines in their stubborn reliance on old cliché. Whether it’s cartoonish carb-loading or yet another faux-provocative editorial featuring sexy nuns or still more grocery store spreads or just, uh, racism–apparently there’s a painfully small number of ideas in the world.
V Magazine’s latest issue features an editorial called The Discreet Charm of Kate Upton–shot by Sebastian Faena, it’s ostensibly an homage to Buñuel, but it’s also yet another fashion spread preoccupied with a bored, beautiful woman in designer clothes. Upton’s character appears to be having an affair (though she never sets down her Marc Jacobs bag)–while her many, many precursors are stuck with less glamorous household chores. But all of them are dressed to the nines!
Enjoy our gallery of gorgeous women staring vacantly off as they tend their sprawling houses and suffer under terrible ennui. More
Hint: She has a fantastic smile. More
I don’t think I’ve ever seen anyone manage to look this serious while speaking the lyrics to Salt-N-Pepa‘s 1988 crossover hit “Push It”…not even Salt-N-Pepa themselves. More
By which I mean she looks totally fucking miserable. What seems to be the trouble? Let’s investigate. More
It’s that exciting time of year when we fashion bloggers brace ourselves for 5 lb. September issues (and dread the arrival of Fashion Month). After last week’s reveal of an appealingly offbeat Lady Gaga on the September cover of American Vogue, we are happy to report that the magazine’s French sister is doing things a little different next month, too. More
You may never know intimately the excitement that comes with being backstage at Fashion Week, or the way a vintage Halston gown may feel against your skin, but these 20 models bring you as close to it as you can get to it all. More
It looks like linen strands of DNA. More
We’re getting more of a Lara Stone vibe than usual. More
Last week, FHM Philippines pulled their racist March cover starring a light-skinned woman flanked by dark-skinned women accompanied by the headline, “Stepping out of the shadows.” Not that we expect much of FHM, we still thought to ourselves, “How is this kind of shit still happening?” and then we couldn’t help but be reminded of a certain Interview spread starring Daria Werbowy.
…And then we remembered a more recent Donna Karan campaign, purporting to be by Haiti/for Haiti but starring light-skinned supermodel Adriana Lima and a few impoverished Haitian teenagers literally in the shadows…. which then reminded us of Michael Kors‘ rich-white-people-romanticizing-Africa collection–terribly named “Afriluxe”–and its corresponding campaign, which then reminded us… you get the idea. The question is, when will this stop happening? Surely we all agree this stuff is flat-out racist? …Right? More