British Vogue editor-in-chief Alexandra Schulman stepped down from her post in January, clearing the way for Edward Enninful to take the reins. Naomi Campbell, supermodel and recently-minted contributing editor, took some time out of her busy schedule to point a finger at an issue that she hopes will soon be resolved.
Way back in March, Jezebel’s Rich Juzwiak reported that “something [was] going on between Naomi Campbell and Rihanna.” The observation was based on an episode of Watch What Happens Live! during which it was pointed out by a caller that the two stars had unfollowed each other on Instagram. When asked for comment,…
A mischievous young shit-starter called into Watch What Happens Live! on Sunday for the express purpose of asking fashion icon André Leon Talley (ALT) to choose between Naomi Campbell and Tyra Banks.
Well folks, we made it to another Friday. As usual, it felt like it took approximately four-and-a-half months to get here but here we are, nonetheless.
Perhaps today isn’t the day to even acknowledge the existence of disharmony between women, buuuut this happened last night and if I tell you about it tomorrow you’ll be like, “That’s old, who cares.” Also, I think this is just a good performance of saying everything by saying nothing from Naomi Campbell, so look,…
I think we’ve examined Mariah Carey’s New Year’s Eve performance from every possible angle and are all ready to move past it, but that certainly hasn’t stopped Ryan Seacrest who would very much like to tell you what he thinks.
Azealia Banks went to Russell Crowe’s house for dinner Sunday night and, following some sort of altercation, was kicked out. Russell Crowe didn’t apologize for kicking her out, but I guess she thought he should have, because she went to the cops.
I will never begrudge a celebrity for posting sponsored content. If I could make several thousand dollars for simply uploading a photo of myself holding or standing beside a product, I would do it all the time. I would skip to the bank after receiving my checks. I would post so much sponsored content that I would…
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.
Former Vogue editor-at-large Andre Leon Talley took a selfie with former First Lady Laura Bush, but the thing we really need to talk about here is that Talley wore one of the rarest creatures found in the great wild yonder: a Fendi squirrel.
Here’s a little clip of the god Naomi Campbell defending Ashley Graham against Cheryl Tiegs, who said some unfounded crap from the ‘70s about Graham being “unhealthy.” Sway Calloway, who hosts the Shade 45 show Sway in the Morning, asked her about it and Campbell was like: get over it, Cheryl.
ANOHNI, an artist, activist and the singer of Antony and the Johnsons, has released a spectacular new single titled “Drone Bomb Me,” accompanied by a video of Naomi Campbell crying the best tears you might ever see.
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…
A number of U.K. modeling agencies are under investigation for fixing their pricing with fashion houses. Fuck you, pay me is always in style, it seems.
Do you ever wonder who updates the Wikipedia pages of celebrities? In many cases, it’s the fans. In others, it’s the “orchestra of users” who feel obligated to maintain a service they use for free. But have you ever looked at an entry so free from even remotely negative facts about the subject and thought, “Did they…
As one of the most recognizable fashion models of all time, you’d think Kate Moss would act in the extreme—feisty like Naomi Campbell, or going the opposite direction and being a meditative, calming force like Christy Turlington. In this new ShowStudio interview with Nick Knight, though, she proves to be neither.
Quel scandale! Up-and-coming eyebrows Cara Delevingne and supermodel Naomi Campbell reportedly exchanged heated words and got into a shoving match during a Paris Fashion Week party after Delevingne said something disrespectful about their mutual friend Rihanna.
Naomi on the celly is like... the way it should be. Stay tuned for our best and worst and way, way worst coverage of the Paris Haute Couture shows later this week.