Lupita Nyong’o’s literal high-art hairdo at this year’s Met Gala inspired Vogue to write a post comparing her to Audrey Hepburn, under the headline: “Is Lupita Nyong’o the New Audrey Hepburn?” The answer to that question might shock you...
Here’s the thing, I’m terrible at figuring out blind items—the worst, in fact—and after reading a detailed new one in Lainey Gossip today, I had no guesses. No leads. My brain took in the information, and immediately diffused it. But maybe you’re better at this than I am!
It looks like they’re simultaneously telling each other a secret.
Am I feuding with you? No. Is my cat feuding with all the ghosts he sees roaming around the apartment? I’m not sure. Is Nicki Minaj feuding with Demi Lovato? Maybe.
At Monday night’s Met Gala red carpet, Vogue contributing editor André Leon Talley completed his new annual task of interviewing—or, more accurately, shouting compliments at—attending celebrities.
Here’s what the fashion people don’t want you to see!!
Katy Perry says she may or may not wear a diaper underneath her intricate Met Gala gown tonight so that it doesn’t get soaked in pee.
Anna “The Boss” Wintour and daughter Bee Shaffer have arrived at the ball. Anna’s wearing Chanel Spring 2016 couture. I’m wearing argyle tights I got at Target like seven years ago. Who wore it better?
The White House Correspondents Dinner over the weekend might have done a fine job for #nerdprom but, apart from Our Lady Michelle Obama, it was just a trial run for the Met Gala, which is the prom that only popular people are invited to, multiplied by a debutante ball. At the Met Gala, you’re not allowed to fuck…
Honestly, if Vogue wants to keep filming documentaries about itself, that is totally fine with me—especially since the trailer for The First Monday in May, a documentary about last year’s Met Ball, portends another juicy, stressful behind-the-scenes saga a la The September Issue.
Popular graffiti artist Joseph Tierney, aka Rime, is suing Jeremy Scott and Moschino for allegedly ripping off his artwork.
If you’re a celebrity who hopes for many more magazine covers in her future, there’s one person you probably shouldn’t fuck with, and that’s Anna Wintour.
Shit goes down when there’s a billion dollars on an elevator—and when it appears that a woman named Rita Ora is macking on Beyoncé’s husband.
Whatever Tyga wants, Tyga gets—and if that includes showing up late to a show, chicken wings (cough), and Kylie Jenner tagging along after the host specifically told him to leave her at home, then so be it.
While everyone and their mothers were going off about Beyoncé and Rihanna last night, the true winner of the Met Gala slipped under the radar in a pair of blue silk pajamas that were both attractive and functional, allowing her to walk, unencumbered, through the crowds of people with miles of cloth around their waists.
On Monday night, from a stool perched on the edge of the Red Carpet, André Leon Talley interviewed celebrities walking into the Met Gala for Vogue. I’m sorry, scratch that, he said things like, “Chinese China China China” to them.
When the theme of the 2015 Met Gala was announced—“China: Through the Looking Glass”—Kara Brown predicted that it would be an “Asian-themed shitshow.” She was not alone. Based on fashion’s propensity for doing whatever the hell it wants, many predicted that the red carpet for this year’s “fashion Super Bowl” would be…
Queen Bey arriving at the 2015 Met Gala last night.