It’s not one of the top-tier iterations of the brand, but it’s still Vogue nonetheless: the less famous half of the maybe-they’re-supermodels, maybe-they’re-not sister pair, Bella Hadid, is on the cover of Vogue Turkey.
Hilton Tweeted this pic with Richardson "on set of my Vogue cover shoot! Love him!" She didn't mean American Vogue; Anna Wintour may inexplicably love Blake Lively, but she's not dumb. Turns outVogue Turkey's taking the trip to 2004.
Chanel is apparently turning the Musée D'Orsay in Paris into a giant, sparkly, 2,890 square foot billboard for No. 5 perfume. We hope the museum is being rewarded handsomely for its services as a host for corporate messaging. [WWD]
WWD writes that Angelina Jolie needs to up her style game because Salt had boring clothes. Jolie is failing in her duty to all womankind because, "fashion needs aspirational icons; it always has. Michelle Obama can't do it alone." [WWD]
Last week, the first-ever issue of Turkish Vogue hit newsstands. While many of the editors of the new mag are Turkish, the cover features Canadian model Jessica Stam… in keeping with Vogue's habit of using white models on international editions.