GOD HELP US ALL, Miley Cyrus wants to be an artist now.
MODEL FILES — the parodic online-only fashion reality show produced by the team behind VFILES, the forthcoming online fashion media archive-slash-hub for original content and videos-slash-social network-y type thing — is back. Hapless casting director Preston is tasked with street-casting only the coolest babies for…
Wednesday night, V magazine threw a party to launch its latest issue at the Standard hotel in Manhattan's meatpacking district. Men were asked to wear tuxedoes, ladies were asked to take dress code inspiration from Elizabeth Taylor, and Alexander Wang — whose moves none other than Ryan McGinley has praised — hit the…
Lady Gaga is on the cover of the new issue of V, shot by Inez von Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. This is her third appearance on the magazine's cover. Gaga's cover is timed to coincide with the start of her new sideline gig as a V columnist. [Fashin]This is styled as magazine's — and aside from the cover, which…
Lady Gaga is going to be a columnist for V. She says she will be covering "FASHION+ART," so at last we'll have someone to direct all our meat dress, latex, Alexander McQueen, and lobster hat-related wardrobe questions. Each issue, her column will feature a different head shot. Fans can contribute their own drawings of
- Nicki Minaj is on the cover of V, looking like a sort of Keith Haring painting come to life. She's so wild, that Nicki Minaj! And lest you think there's some crafty behind-the-scenes Svengali calling the stylistic shots, Minaj says:
And now it's time for a feel-good quote from Susan Sarandon: "I wouldn't want to be 20 now. I know so much more, and I'm much more comfortable in my skin, saggy as it is."
When Tom Ford guest edited Vogue Paris' Holiday issue, he put in an editorial that's a little unusual for a fashion magazine: it features only "mature women" who haven't gone under the knife.
The Danish model Freja Beha Erichsen is having quite the summer. Her androgynous good looks have graced the covers of French, Italian, and British Vogue in quick succession, Karl Lagerfeld loves her, and her Balenciaga campaign just came out.
What makes a successful model? By what process is it decided that Coco Rocha will walk in 55 shows and grace the cover of Vogue Italia, while so many peers languish in models' apartments arguing about who used whose shampoo?
Plus-size model Tara Lynn nabbed the cover and more than 20 editorial pages in the April issue of Elle France. Is this proof that fashion might set its parameters for acceptable female beauty a little wider, or just a fad?