Teen Vogue's March cover features a shot of Twilight's Ashley Greene that makes her neck look about twice as long as usual. Weird angle? Odd hair placement? Overzealous Photoshop? Perfect storm of the above? Whatever, it's uncanny. [Styleite]
GQ promises its story will explain what the hell, exactly, Campbell was thinking on the stand at Charles Taylor's trial, but we're not expecting much given the mag didn't press Campbell on the subject during their last interview. [GQ UK]
Want free jeans? Don't mind handing a corporation access to your personal data and real-time location? Gap will give away 10,000 pairs of jeans to Facebook fans who "check in" to its stores on an as-yet-unannounced datetomorrow. [Fashionista]
Halle is the first black woman to make the cover of Vogue's September issue since 1989. "What that means for a woman of color and what that means in the fashion world, what that means to pop culture," she says:
Judging from this ad, Avril Lavigne's perfume, Forbidden Rose, smells like eyeliner, cast iron, a decaying forest in winter, and an incongruous hair-bow like the ones your mother used to make you wear for family pictures. [TLF]
If you are a celebrity looking to distill your smelly essence into a trademarked blend of volatile organic compounds and sell it for a disgusting profit, be like Mary J. Blige. In six hours, Blige moved 60,000 units. [People]
Before testifying at Charles Taylor's trial, Naomi Campbell has demanded accommodations normally extended to victims of atrocities. She wants the media to not film or photograph her, and she wants a lawyer to speak for her on the stand.
Here is Marc Jacobs and his new men's perfume. It's like Tom Ford and Juergen Teller had a meeting, and this is what they came up with. "We tried it with clothes, but it didn't work," claims Jacobs. [WWD]