Justin Bieber’s not at all awkward campaign with Calvin Klein continues with another ad that finds him flaunting just as the Greek gods used to do back in the day.
Daughter Zöe Kravitz and mother Lisa Bonet are, in general, preternaturally great, two women whose talents and beauty have left a lasting impression on two or three generations of young women. Together in a new Calvin Klein ad, holding hands and running across a freakin’ beach, they couldn’t be any more picturesque or…
As one of the most recognizable fashion models of all time, you’d think Kate Moss would act in the extreme—feisty like Naomi Campbell, or going the opposite direction and being a meditative, calming force like Christy Turlington. In this new ShowStudio interview with Nick Knight, though, she proves to be neither.
Early this Wednesday morning, KATSU, a graffiti artist, hacked into a drone to fuck up Kendall Jenner’s face on a giant Calvin Klein billboard in New York City. According to Wired, this is the first known incident of a drone being used for “a major act of public vandalism.”
Here's a story straight from a heist film: our heroine Lupita Nyong'o, whose gorgeous pearl-encrusted Calvin Klein gown swept the Oscars, is now no longer in possession of said gown because she has been ROBBED!
The results of this reverse Photoshop video featuring Justin Bieber's Calvin Klein campaign will shock and disturb you, demonstrating the lengths to which poor celebrities must go in order to maintain the illusion of perfection.
Ever wondered whether Justin Bieber—the pencil-dicked rapscallion* whose hot new Calvin Klein ads are making tween hearts beat just a little faster—can take a joke? Well, you've only got to wait until March to find out, because this little motherfucker is getting roasted!
Justin Bieber's Calvin Klein ads were released a mere eight days ago, but it feels like those things have been floating around for a fucking lifetime doesn't it?
A blog claims to have the unretouched version of Justin Bieber's probably not sexy Calvin Klein photo spread.
Lara Stone, the model who pulled the short straw when it came to posing partners for Justin Bieber's new Calvin Klein ad campaign, is now getting death threats because Beliebers (the same people who wanted Anne Frank dead because Justin mentioned that she was a "great girl") think she got way too close with their…
Hey now. Justin Bieber debuted his alluring, perhaps, Calvin Klein ad on Tuesday, later followed by this video teaser of Biebs showing off the goods—the underwear, that is.
Are you not entertained? It is, as Justin Bieber says, beginning. It = Bieber's new Calvin Klein ad campaign.
If someone held me down and drowned me in a vat of Cool Water by Davidoff, that fresh masculine scent that somehow evokes a deep-reaching lake, the '90s, and passionate but inept sex, I'd die happy. That's how attached I was, how fond I remain, of my first perfume. And that's not just a strange quirk of my brain;…
In the past, supermodel Coco Rocha has been very vocal about the term "plus-size" and its definition and use in the fashion world. Now that Myla Dalbesio's Calvin Klein campaign has reignited the debate about what plus-size means, the model is back to reiterate her opinion on the matter.
Sweatshirts are the hot trend for fall, you know, the time of year when you’ll probably be wearing sweatshirts anyway, because the air is crisp and long-sleeves are helpful. I, as a fashionable lazy person, am thrilled about this news. Et tu?
Kate Moss's younger sister, 16-year-old Lottie Moss, has picked up a new gig modeling for Calvin Klein, just like her sister first did back in 1992. That's Kate Moss on the left; Lottie on the right.
First the good news: Lupita Nyong'o was at the Calvin Klein show, seated right between Anna Wintour and Naomi Watts. She and Naomi both wore pastels and looked like a pair of Jordan almonds. The bad news? The fall 2014 collection by Francisco Costa will give you the sads.
Christy Turlington is forty-four years old. Christy Turlington says her body is aging naturally: "I haven't manipulated myself in any way." But when Christy Turlington talks about her new Calvin Klein underwear ads being "good" for people to see "images of women," Christy Turlington makes us pause for a moment.
Calvin Klein moves (slightly) away from minimalism with splashes of color, swinging fringe, and every texture under the sun. (Including, yes, burlap.)