Dior is rolling out Jennifer Lawrence's new campaign for Dior, shot by Patrick Demarchelier and coming soon to a fashion glossy near you. The images are simple but eye-catching, though our girl JLaw looks a little, well, abstracted in both, a moment of "huh" caught for eternity.
It's back to the
future indeterminate past this season at Vogue. The page-count is vintage 1991, the styling is vintage 40s, but the direct inspiration for most of the fashion spreads is...somewhat more recent. Let's trace the anxiety of influence!
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.
Sixteen-year-old Taylor Momsen landed the September cover of Teen Vogue, and in an interview, the actress known as Gossip Girl's Little J says some things that have us wondering if she's going to turn out okay.
Christy Turlington's presence on the August cover of American Vogue prompted Style.com to duck into the archives for more of the supermodel's old work for the title. We thought the list lacked for a little seminal 80s campaign oomph, so...
The May cover of Glamour teases "The Sexiest Swimsuit For Your Shape." And once you open the mag, you'll discover that — gasp — they actually shot women with a variety of bodies!
French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld styled model Lily Donaldson in a doozy of an editorial for the April issue. It's a cigarette-fueled, pregnancy-padded, bottle-fed primer in that which cannot be done in Vogue's American pendant.
I was skimming a men’s magazine the other day when I paused, mouth agape, on the new TSE campaign.
There are certain cliches we all need to cling to for our own sanity. One of these is legendary French chic. So imagine my shock then when I got a look at the images from last night's party for legendary lensman Patrick Demarchelier and discovered a cache of French fashionistas looking, quite frankly, comme ass. And…
Remember the horror of that almost-unrecognizable atrocity at left? Turns out we can blame Pascal Dangin for that. Dangin, you see, is what writer Lauren Collins, in this week's issue of the New Yorker, calls "the premier retoucher of fashion photographs", a onetime hairdresser who so believes in reincarnation…