Here's a first look at Gwyneth Paltrow's Coach campaign. Peter Lindbergh shot the actress in Manhattan, but the ads are only set to run in Asia and Europe, which is how this news comes to us from Vogue Taiwan. [Vogue, via Fashionologie]has released an album called , for Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy chief and very…
"Glenda, we have a problem with the new cover."
Black Swan star/Harvard graduate Natalie Portman's January Vogue cover has just been released. And it's been swiftly pointed out that the new cover looks almost identical to Portman's May, 2002 Vogue cover. Only, you know, worse.
- Peaches Geldof, the current face of British lingerie brand Ultimo's teen brand, may lose her contract over that little incident where she allegedly had a heroin-fueled one-night-stand with a dude named Ben who then told the Internet about it. [Sun]
September's Harper's Bazaar is 110 editorial pages of beautiful contradictions. Is fall about the 40s or the 80s? Do all black women roam the African savannah, or do some of them also sing in jazz clubs? Photoshop: Pro or con?
The news that '90s supermodel Karen Mulder was arrested in Paris for making death threats to her plastic surgeon could be written off as, at worst, a punchline, or at best, the latest expression of an unbalanced woman's erratic behavior.
There are basically two kinds of models. There are the just-add-water girls whose first jobs are instant catapults to breathtaking industry fame. And then there are girls like Lara Stone. (Some images NSFW.)
Experimental filmmaker Holly Fisher and photographer Peter Lindbergh made a movie together called Everywhere At Once that "exists on the dividing line between documentary and fiction" and is supposed to be the next Hiroshima Mon Amour. Oh-kay! Anyway, last night, Harper's Bazaar sponsored a screening of of the film at…