Tom Ford, a man who immobilized his forehead with Botox, thinks people should go naked. Especially, well... "Fat women almost always look better without the constraint and lumpy pinching of clothes, all the straps and elastic squeezing and sucking." [ContactMusic]
One of the perks of having an international supermodel for a girlfriend must be that you get to cast her in ads for your funny Moscow apartment development. Naomi Campbell's performance here seems more dutiful than inspired, however. [Copyranter]
Detmar Blow on Alexander McQueen: "Money changed him and then drugs changed him. I remember reading of how he had flown his boyfriend somewhere for £130,000. What did Issie get? Some clothes. I find that quite shocking."
Marion Cotillard was shot, and apparently not retouched, by Bruce Weber for the cover of Italian Vanity Fair. Certainly it's preferable to that hackjob of a Vogue cover she was subjected to, but isn't the pose a bit awkward? [HuffPo]
Isabella Blow famously discovered Sophie Dahl and put her size-14 figure in Italian Vogue. But not everyone was as thrilled with Dahl's body, judging from the recent transformation of a nude David LaChapelle photo of her. »9/07/10 3:35pm 9/07/10 3:35pm
Courtney Love regrets destroying vintage Marc Jacobs: "Marc sent me and Kurt his Perry Ellis grunge collection. Do you know what we did with it? We burned it. We were punkers — we didn't like that kind of thing."
To promote her new accessories line for 6126 — the handbags cost $200-$600 — Lindsay Lohan plans to pose nude except for her SCRAM ankle bracelet. It might be airbrushed out, unless Lohan goes for that sexy-court-monitored-alcoholic look. [People]
Calvin Klein confirmed Lara Stone is the new face of its main brand, Calvin Klein Jeans, andck Calvin Klein for fall. Stone will walk no other runways, and appear in no other advertising campaigns for the fall season. [WWD]
Model turned cookbook author Sophie Dahl is getting her own cooking show on BBC 2. Dahl says her show will cover on the "emotional" side of food. "It's cooking with an anecdotal thread, irreverent, unpredictable and not without flaw." [Sun]