Rooney Mara's November cover of American Vogue has hit the Internet. The Dragon Tattoo adaptation star was photographed by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Mara wears a Ralph Lauren dress, the back of which features a dragon embroidered on illusion. Subtle. [Fashin]
1. That week in 1975 she "disappeared" with Bob Marley.
Buried in the standard fare of WSJ.'s profile of Anna Wintour — "She's been editor of the American edition of Vogue since 1988, and by now it has become commonplace to call her the most powerful woman in fashion" is the line that tells you everything you already didn't need to know — come a few little reflective gems,…
It's here — Vogue's annual "Shape" issue, and the cover Rihanna Tweeted about back in January. First reaction? Annie Leibovitz clearly mixed up her mood boards, because this looks like an outtake from her Disney campaign — Riri is looking very Ariel the Little Mermaid. Only in skintight Chanel, natch.
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In a series of ghostly Vogue covers, every 2010 cover in each edition is layered into a single image, revealing the gulf between the formulaic approach of the majority of editions and the more experimental nature of a select few.
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.
It's not much! Filings made in association with a $3.75 million lawsuit include the earnings statement of one of the plaintiffs, the Polish supermodel Anna Jagodzinska. That ledger tallies gigs for American Vogue, Vogue Paris, and an H&M campaign.