I defy anyone to watch this video of Lanvin models Karen Elson and Raquel Zimmerman dancing to Pitbull's deathless clerb hit "I Know You Want Me (Calle Ocho)" without cracking a smile. I've watched it four times this morning, each time asking myself what is it exactly that's so funny? Something about the…
Here are twelve supermodels doing something that millions of women do every day: go without makeup. The modeling agency Viva is launching a London division, and for the occasion, Viva had twelve of its top models sit for the photographer Scott Trindle. Trindle shot them all without professional hair and makeup, and he…
There is something almost touchingly prelapsarian about The September Issue, R. J. Cutler's documentary about the making of the biggest ever issue of American Vogue.
"Fashion magazine with models on its cover" should be a flippin tautology, but the infrequency with which clotheshorses grace the front of American Vogue meant that its May issue was hotly anticipated. Well, it's here.
Unlike most issues of the magazine, the May issue of Vogue is hotly anticipated. The reason? There be models. On the cover. A whole passel of them. And we think we know who they are.
- Agyness Deyn might try hypnotism to quit smoking. She "obviously" wants to stop so she can "settle down and have babies," says a friend of her boyfriend's. Obviously that's any woman's only consideration. [Daily Mail]