Last night saw the 11th Annual Teen Vogue Young Hollywood Party with Emporio Armani–which, judging by the last names of the attendees–could just as easily be called Teen Vogue, Some Young Actors And A Bunch Of Famous Peoples’ Kids Wore Armani.
The red carpet was dominated by bold prints, metallics, massive necklaces and graphic color combinations–see the youthful exuberance ahead! More
Megastar and star-crossed monkey-haver Justin Bieber has twin Teen Vogue covers for May and we were deeply delighted to discover that he was making the exact same face on both of them.
…Granted, anyone who follows Bieber on Instagram (what of it?)) knows that this is, in fact, the only face he’s capable of making. Every time the young pop star encounters a camera or an iPhone, he reflexively furrows his brow, raises his eyebrows, squints seductively (?) and parts his lips for an expression that can only be described as “sensual incredulity.”
Ahead, a little loving tribute to Justin Bieber’s Sexy Face. More
Lesser Kardashians Kylie and Kendall Jenner are on the cover of March’s Teen Vogue, and they look…well, like two regular, non-model kids. They’re cute enough, if you can get over your hatred of all things Kardashian long enough to view them, but for two young’uns trying to break into fashion, their poses are a bit lackluster, and their faces betray a clear lack of smizing. Someone get Tyra on the case!
Nevertheless, they sure are people. Here are the photos from the spread, plus some extremely interesting things I learned about them from the accompanying profile. More
Elle Fanning is 13, and that means she can cover Teen Vogue, and so she is going to. More
Tibi just rolled out some really adorable stationary saluting the great street style of fashion types like Italian Elle‘s Eva Fontanelli, Teen Vogue‘s Mary Kate Steinmiller and (hero status!) Elle’s Kate Lanphear. That’s Kate above and check out Teen Vogue‘s Jane Keltner after the jump. More
Honestly, it’s probably a good thing for everyone I didn’t. I would reference the fact that I’d gone there all the time. I’d bring it up in casual conversations about F. Scott Fitzgerald. I’d have a Princeton mug. I’d have … More
I know that they are terrible actresses, but they are gorgeous and have great style…and doesn’t that seem to matter more these days? Who cares if you can’t act? If you want success in Hollywood, forget about paying for acting … More