This Balmain ad with Cindy, Naomi and Claudia inspired a goodly amount of nostalgia for the era when supermodels were actually super models, and slaying was not just a hashtag but a way of life. They were goddesses of runway and print, but they also had some fire behind the eyes—that and perfect timing was their true…
Where Christy Turlington tho? Not to take this iconic moment for granted—the OG supes who were the first to turn modeling into its own brand of outsize celebrity reuniting in a campaign that has nothing to do with 1991 Georges Marciano is a big look. It’s also in sharp contrast to some of the current batch of models…
Two of these photos show a 19-year-old Claudia Schiffer posing for Ellen von Unwerth for her first Guess campaign. The other shows a 41-year-old Claudia Schiffer posing for Ellen von Unwerth for her latest Guess campaign. Do you think she bathes in asses' milk, or just the blood of imported, fair-trade virgins? [WWD]
Victoria Beckham, who reportedly has a slipped disc, is under doctor's orders not to wear her customary high heels until her back gets better. That's what Posh would be punished with if she were an uppity mortal in a Greek myth who got on the wrong side of Aphrodite. [Daily Mail]Spanish 's September cover is out,…
It's so rad that opera openings are becoming a cause celebre again: take last night's star-studded Met premiere of Rossini's "Le Comte Ory" — sponsored By Yves Saint Laurent, no less.
The British Fashion Awards were such an amazing mix of weird and chic and high fashion and train-wreck and Daphne Guinness that you're just going to have to see them for yourselves!
Paris Fashion Week is the real deal, and it's here you'll find the highest concentration of style icons in one place. Kate, Beth, Charlotte — you name it, they were at the tents and looking, well, iconic!
The October issue of the fashion magazine Numéro features an editorial spread in which French model and Estée Lauder face Constance Jablonski poses in a brown Afro wig and dark makeup with this season's second-hottest accessory: a black baby.
On both sides of the pond, Fashion's Night Out has kicked off — and things will never be the same. (Okay, that last part was a lie. But there were a lot of celebrities in designer clothes.)
- An Australian designer told the press that she will not extend her size range beyond an Australian 14 — roughly a U.S. 8 — because to do so would "endorse unhealthy living." Said Rosemary Masic, of label Nevenka: