A mischievous young shit-starter called into Watch What Happens Live! on Sunday for the express purpose of asking fashion icon André Leon Talley (ALT) to choose between Naomi Campbell and Tyra Banks.
After being blessed with a thoroughly stylish and sane First Lady for two terms, the fashion world appears stuck in a crisis about whether a Melania Trump affiliation will be worth it, given that she’s the wife of a descendant of one of these creatures. Vogue legend André Leon Talley wants to correct any assumptions…
Lupita Nyong’o’s literal high-art hairdo at this year’s Met Gala inspired Vogue to write a post comparing her to Audrey Hepburn, under the headline: “Is Lupita Nyong’o the New Audrey Hepburn?” The answer to that question might shock you...
At Monday night’s Met Gala red carpet, Vogue contributing editor André Leon Talley completed his new annual task of interviewing—or, more accurately, shouting compliments at—attending celebrities.
Former Vogue editor-at-large Andre Leon Talley took a selfie with former First Lady Laura Bush, but the thing we really need to talk about here is that Talley wore one of the rarest creatures found in the great wild yonder: a Fendi squirrel.
Andy Cohen needs to shut the hell up. The svengali of reality television has been speaking out of pocket just one too many times for my taste and now look what he’s made me do. Now, Andy, I have to drag you for continuing to open your mouth when you shouldn’t.
Diddy is back in the celebrity fragrance game, and everyone needs to pay attention, dammit! On May 6, Sean “Diddy” Combs is launching 3AM, which he named thusly because, according to a recent Style.com interview, it’s “a very one-on-one time” of night.
On Monday night, from a stool perched on the edge of the Red Carpet, André Leon Talley interviewed celebrities walking into the Met Gala for Vogue. I’m sorry, scratch that, he said things like, “Chinese China China China” to them.
"I would like to be in a place, both physically and spiritually, when I can tweet the words 'I love my Valentino caftan.'" - Bobby Finger
Jugs. Sometimes you're born with 'em; sometimes you acquire a pair through the skillful hands of a cosmetic surgeon.
Hell hath no fury like Black Twitter scorned, but this time Vogue was really asking for it. In response to the fashion bible's daft article this week about butts becoming en vogue thanks to white people's interest in them, the sarcastic hashtag #voguearticles exploded. If André Leon Talley isn't there to teach the…
In today's Tweet Beat, Anthony Bourdain is not a Tony Blair fan, Andre Leon Talley loves Instagram/Kim Kardashian and Wanda Sykes thinks Pharrell fans have bigger fish to fry.
Fashion icon André Leon Talley wears Uggs. If a man who's friends with Grace Jones and a long-time advisor to Anna Wintour can, well, there by the grace of God, go I.
Zappos and André Leon Talley might seem like an entirely bizarre pairing: what would a former editor for Vogue be doing producing content for an Amazon.com-owned company best known for their self-proclaimed amazing customer service and free shipping? Making everyone a lot of money.
At first, when I read the headline that Nicole Kidman got knocked to the ground by a bicyclist I was like, "Oh no! I hope she's okay!!! Bicycle/pedestrian collisions can be dangerous!" but then when I found out she's fine and she's pressing charges I was like, "Really? I mean, accidents happen—it's not some nefarious…
In the September issue of Vanity Fair, the venerable Andre Leon Talley, former editor at Vogue, former judge on America's Next Top Model and current editor-at-large for Numéro Russia, tells writer Vanessa Grigoriadis that he rejects the label "gay."
Last night was the New York premiere of The Butler, the Lee Daniels film about a long-term African-American employee at the White House. Fun fact: The script was written by Danny Strong, aka Jonathan on Buffy and Doyle on Gilmore Girls. But this is a red carpet fashion post and we're here for the clothes, so let's…
The dark sides of being Carrie Bradshaw, one can easily imagine, are as long as a grocery list: contributing to the materialistic culture of Manhattan! Perpetuating unrealistic standards of romance! Not being able to go to a bar in New York (Midtown or Murray Hill especially) without women bum-rushing you! Et cetera.
Raise your hand if you would watch the hell out of a late-night talk show hosted by André Leon Talley. All of your hands had better be up! The man who coined the term drekitude has inked a deal with production company to develop such a show:
"Ooooooh," says a chastened-sounding Quvenzhané Wallis in this interview. "I forgot to do my homework today!" Vogue's André Leon Talley sat down with the youngest-ever Academy Award nominee and attempted repeatedly to get her to talk about fashion. "Is pink your favorite color?" he asks. "Do you think you're going…