Finally, someone has harnessed the true power of technology to give us the future we deserve: one that is full of wish-granting and the tender realization that magic has always existed (but, like, in the power of the human heart). By this I mean that former model Lily Cole — who is especially qualified for the task…
The Yeah Yeah Yeahs new video is here and it is...intentionally disturbing. The storyline plays out in reverse chronology, ending/beginning with supermodel Lily Cole being burned alive with her murdered lover. Cole, as it unfolds, had been having affairs with the whole town — the men (and one woman) she'd been with…
When a film mag and a whiskey come together to host an awards show, well, anything can happen. And sartorially speaking, did.Keira Knightley walks a line between dowdy-chic (an oxymoron?) and dowdy in Rodarte. Not just anyone could pull off this hue; Lily Cole makes it fun. Sarah Harding, ready to take flight.
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!
- Victoria's Secret model and dater-of-Cristiano-Ronaldo Irina Shayk is suing Spanish GQ magazine after it digitally removed in post-production the underwear that she wore for the shoot, and then printed the resulting "nude" photos. [Daily Mail]
Oh my God. Did American Vogue just publish something good?
Fact: most celebrity profiles are boring. Fact: Lara Stone — the "curvy," "old" Dutch supermodel — is interesting. In this battle between medium and subject, who shall prevail? Clearly the one who's prepared to talk about alcoholism and breasts.
- In an exclusive interview with Glamour, Rihanna discusses the year she's had: "I went to sleep as Rihanna and woke up as Britney Spears." She also talks about the picture released by cops:
- Creator of this season's mightiest shoes, Alexander McQueen, is suing Steve Madden. McQueen's lawyers say the only reason the Madden is a knock-off and not a pure counterfeit is the omission of the logo'd zipper pull. (L-R: McQueen, Madden.) [WWD]