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Ruby Rose Won’t Be Wearing a Dress at Her Upcoming September Wedding

We all know by now that Ruby Rose and Phoebe Dahl are getting married. The pair publicly share their affections for one another, whether it’s making out onstage at this year’s Gay Pride Festival or posting pics of Phoebe’s engagement ring to Instagram, so we’re pretty clued in that these two are loved up and on their way to the altar.

We were even given a rough date this week, with Ruby writing to her Instagram, “And in September they shall be married.. despite all odds.. despite and because of,” with a photo of Phoebe lying next to her.

What we don’t know, however, is how the whole thing is going to go down. Where will they get married? Who will the guests be? And most importantly, what will the brides wear? Well, we can tell you what Ruby won’t be wearing, and that’s a wedding dress.

Ruby’s just posted a photo of herself in a white, strapless dress alongside Phoebe in a neon, off-the-shoulder number to her Instagram. But the photo wasn’t important because the pair just have their hands all over each other like every other social media post of theirs. The caption, on the other hand, was quite informative.

“That one time we did a shoot and it become 100 percent real that I would never wear a dress at my wedding hahaha,” Ruby wrote. We know the traditional wedding gown went out the window once Olivia Palermo rocked shorts and a sweater on her big day, and now we can’t help but wonder what Ruby will come up with.

We’ve probably been too busy brainstorming what Phoebe, who owns her own ethical clothing line called Faircloth & Supply, is going to whip up. Will Ruby play groom to Phoebe’s bride? All we can do is wait for the next clue to be given away. Knowing how adamant the two are about sharing details of their love life, something tells us we’ll get more crucial wedding info soon.

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POP’s New Cover with Grimes Looks Like an Instagram Screenshot (Forum Buzz)

POP magazine released one of its new covers for the Autumn/Winter 2014 edition today. And while it may look like an Instagram leak at first, it’s actually not — the concept of the cover was to look like a screenshot.

image credit: uniquemagazines via the tfs forums

Image Credit: uniquemagazines via the tfs forums

The unusual cover starring singer Grimes received mixed reactions on our forums.

“I’m not sure if the idea of Instagram is cool or just lazy. The cover itself looks pretty all over the place,” analyzed Koibito.

His was one of the more diplomatic responses, as most members failed to see any reason to compliment this cover. 

“Is this a joke?” asked [Piece Of Me].

But the cover did have some admirers. “Love it. It will be rather sweet to see this in some 10 years,” declared MulletProof.

And TREVOFASHIONISTO posted: “It’s definitely more interesting than a lot of other publications.”

This last statement reflects how I feel about the cover, too. There is no iconic photography here and the concept will probably look old fairly soon, but it sure is interesting now. And you have to admit, the corny comments section on the cover is pretty funny.

Alexa Chung is rumored to also have a cover for this issue. Follow the thread on the forums to see more of this issue soon. 

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Now You Can Drink Champagne from Kate Moss’ Breast

Image: FilmMagic/GettyImages

Image: FilmMagic/GettyImages

We’ve all seen Kate Moss‘ breasts. Her Calvin Klein ads made them famous. But we certainly haven’t seen her décolletage quite like this. The model’s teamed up with London’s 34 restaurant and artist Jane McAdam Freud to create a champagne glass (called a coupe) modeled after her left breast. Talk about your cup size!

The supermodel joins a storied tradition of glasses molded from breasts. The coupe is, after all, supposed to be based on the bust of none other than Marie Antoinette, according to The Telegraph.

Kate will be on hand to fete the new glass, which features her signature at the bottom, at the restaurant in October. “I was excited to participate in this project – what an honour to be alongside Marie Antoinette – she was a very intriguing and mischievous character,” she said in a statement. “Champagne is always associated with celebration and happy occasions and I had fun creating this beautiful coupe.” Indeed. 

Meanwhile, no word yet on a Lara Stone or Kate Upton version. 

[via The Telegraph]

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Where Is Jourdan Dunn’s Solo British Vogue Cover?

Image: WENN

Image: WENN

Last week, Tasny Hoskins wrote a rather scathing piece in The Guardian, questioning British Vogue‘s editorial policies. Hoskins noted that not since Naomi Campbell graced the magazine’s cover in 2002 — 12 years ago — has another black female model been featured by herself on the cover of the British fashion bible. It’s not that there haven’t been any outstanding black models or black British models since then. But it seems as if there has been a conscious decision to systematically leave these girls out. Hoskins points to Malaika Firth and Jourdan Dunn as evidence that something shady is going on over at the glossy. 

“Back when Premier Model Management looked after Naomi Campbell, she was the first and only black model to front the Prada campaign in 1994 then went onto do the British Vogue cover in 2002,” Premier Model Management Founder, Carole White told The Guardian. “Our…Malaika is the first girl since Naomi to front a Prada campaign (the 2014 campaign), so logic would dictate that Malaika would be the next black model to appear on the cover soon.”

But logical situations sometimes don’t manifest into reality. It would be an understatement to say that Jourdan has had an impressive career. After all, she was a regular Burberry girl (what’s more British than Burberry?). She’s even noted as one of Forbes magazine’s highest-paid models, having raked in 4 million in the past year. That’s half a million more than her friend and fellow buzzy model, Cara Delevingne, who in less than two years has scored not one or two, but three British Vogue covers. Surely, someone like Ms. Dunn, whose credits include appearances in campaigns for Balmain, YSL, Topshop, Calvin Klein and DKNY to name a few (mind you, many of the same brands that have also featured Cara), would be a shoo-in for a British Vogue cover.

Jourdan’s been relegated to a British Vogue supplement cover, and its teen spinoff, Miss Vogue. Her one appearance on an actual British Vogue cover was a joint shoot with Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Eden Clark, in November 2008. 

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Link Buzz: Eva Chen is Pregnant, David Beckham’s Latest Ads for H&M

  • Take three! Kate Upton stars in Sam Edelman‘s Fall 2014 campaign for the third time. [WWD]
  • Watch the trailer for James Franco‘s BDSM documentary. [Paper]
  • Drake gets the lap dance of his dreams from Nicki Minaj in the rapstress’ music video for “Anaconda.” [YouTube]
  • Peep this sneak peek of the Big Sean x Adidas Originals Metro Attitude sneaker. They’re looking pret-tay dope. [Hypebeast]
  • Eva Chen announced her pregnancy this morning in the cutest way possible. [Instagram]
  • Here are the celebrities we’re still waiting on to do the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge. Ticktock, guys! [Popsugar]
  • Victoria Beckham‘s wardrobe auction is LIVE, so if you’ve got the coin, now’s the time to shill out for some of the designer’s throwaways. [The Outnet]
  • Milla Jovovich is pregnant with her second child. [Vogue UK]
  • In “beating a dead horse” news, Pharrell WilliamsVivienne Westwood mountain man hat is getting its own exhibit. [The Guardian]
  • Support the troops! A crop of female military veterans will walk during NYFW for the Salute the Runway fashion show. [WWD]
  • Flats are the new heels, and our feet are oh, so grateful. [T magazine]
  • Ooh la la! David Beckham is sexy as always in these latest ads for H&M Bodywear. [Mirror]
  • Kate Moss directed a really weird video (starring Lara Stone) for Vogue U.K. [Vogue UK]

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Sportsgirl Sales Figures Increase Despite Angora Fur Debacle

Back in June, Sportsgirl made a huge boo-boo. Customers, as well as PETA, caught onto the fact that the Aussie retailer was making products with fur from angora rabbits (which are generally tortured to get the fur) and virtually bashed Sportsgirl’s Facebook page. People were claiming they’d never shop there again, and the store looked like it was headed for the worst.

Apparently not. Sportsgirl is killing it, so to speak, with its sales figures. As reported by Ragtrader, Sportsgirl CEO Colleen Callander could be crowned CEO of the Year by The CEO Magazine November 27. She has been recognised for implementing a new sourcing strategy, which has upped the first margin by five percentage points. We imagine it wasn’t the sourcing of fur that she’s being recognised for. 

It appears there has also been a double-digit sales increase, despite the online uproar. Maybe not enough people know about the horrific torture angora rabbits endure when they have their fur ripped out from their bodies or maybe they don’t even know that Sportsgirl uses the fur in select products. Maybe the removal of the offending products in October with the seasonal changeover solved everyone’s woes? 

 

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