Karl Lagerfeld's Pirelli calendar is getting lots of press for his inclusion of Julianne Moore in the famous nude periodical, and for his introduction of naked men. But what's potentially more interesting is Lagerfeld's gender-bending depiction of Freja Beha Erichsen.
Singapore-born, Kathmandu-raised designer Prabal Gurung today presented the kind of put-together collection that demonstrates why his work has quickly become a favorite of Michelle Obama, Demi Moore, and other women who value glamor, but also like being taken for grown-ups.
When we're flipping through old magazines in thirty years, bemused by the dated art direction and the ridiculous clothing, some whippersnapper will doubtless point at an editorial and ask, "Who's that?" Chances are it'll be one of these ladies.
Vogue books a passage to India this month. And, for once, it brings an Indian model — the divine Lakshmi Menon.
The new December/January issue of Teen Vogue has Twilight's Kristen Stewart on the cover, and inside, a "Night Shift" photo shoot with not one but two black models. Big sister Vogue includes two black models — and Indian model Lakshmi Menon — in a jewelry story this month, and there are black models scattered through…