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Nothing but Love for Kirsten Dunst on The Gentlewoman’s Flawless New Cover (Forum Buzz)

Our forums rarely give a bad review to The Gentlewoman ever since its debut back in 2010. The magazine continues into 2016 riding its wave of success as the British biannual title get us excited for its upcoming edition by unveiling a brand new cover for us to applaud. Kirsten Dunst becomes The Gentlewoman‘s Spring/Summer 2016 cover subject, following in the footsteps of Léa Seydoux, Saoirse Ronan and Adele. Going back to its roots and opting for a black and white cover photo shot by Alasdair McLellan, Kirsten was captured wearing a Gucci embroidered denim jacket and we are loving it.

The Gentlewoman S/S 2016 : Kirsten Dunst by Alasdair McLellan


“I love it, Kirsten looks amazing and it’s such a refreshing choice. Loved her in Fargo and the yellow behind it is such a nice balance. Excited to see more!” raved WeberFanatic.

“Stunning. Can’t wait for all the features!” anticipated ThatGuyPaul in agreement. (more…)

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Leomie Anderson Blasts Makeup Artists Who Aren’t Prepared to Work With Black Models

In our Spring 2016 runway diversity report, we found that 77.6 percent of the 9,926 models at Fashion Month were white. But representation is only the beginning. The black models who do get booked for shows must grapple with makeup artists and hair stylists who are unequipped to work with women of color. Nykor Paul spoke out last season about makeup artists who fail to accommodate black models. In 2013, Jourdan Dunn aired out hair stylists who can’t properly style black hair. Now Leomie Anderson is the latest model to add her voice to the conversation.

She tweeted yesterday about her experience dealing with creatives who can’t adequately style women of color: (more…)

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#BlackModelsMatter: Zac Posen Uses Almost All Models of Color for Fall 2016

Last season’s runway diversity report revealed that a whopping 77.6 percent of the models who walked runways in New York, London, Paris and Milan were white. The push for inclusion continues this season at New York Fashion Week. Though the numbers from our official NYFW diversity report won’t be in until next week, this season seems to be a mixed bag, with several designers featuring few (or no) models of color and others including many.

Zac Posen opted to embrace diversity in a big way, sending mostly black models down the runway for Fall 2016. His collection of gowns and tailored pantsuits was inspired by the first East African woman to be admitted to the English bar, Princess Elizabeth of Toro. Perhaps to honor her legacy and push for change, Posen made sure a variety of skin tones and hair textures were represented on the runway. Grace Bol, Aya Jones, Cindy Bruna and Riley Montana stormed the catwalk alongside Africa’s Next Top Model winner, Aamito Lagum.  (more…)

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Natasha Poly Delights in This Energetic Express Campaign (Forum Buzz)

It should come as no surprise that Express sourced Natasha Poly for its new energetic and full-of-life advertising campaign for Spring 2016. After all, Natasha is in full form lately, scoring campaigns with La Perla and Versace. The American fashion retailer took things to a whole new level this season, enlisting the photographic expertise of Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin to capture the shoot on the picturesque shores of Puerto Rico with Natasha showcasing a cute little black dress and modeling like there’s no tomorrow.

Express S/S 2016 : Natasha Poly by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin


Express certainly chose the right face for its brand. “I will never get tired of Inez and Vinoodh + Natasha! Stunning yet again. Energy,” declared a more than impressed MON the second the campaign dropped.

“This is amazing, loving the energy,” chimed in madzedre, echoing the same sentiments. (more…)

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Poor Kanye: Kylie Signed a Deal With Puma Anyway


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Kanye West is having a rough week. After a star-studded fashion show extravaganza, he admitted to the world that he’s $53 million in debt and publicly asked Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg to financially bail him out. His album rollout left people scratching their heads when he pushed the premiere date back and only released it on Tidal. Not to mention, his wildly offensive lyrics about Taylor Swift left a bad taste in everyone’s mouths. Now, his bad fortune is hitting a bit closer to home.


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We Almost Didn’t Recognize Kylie Jenner on This Surprisingly Good Wonderland Cover (Forum Buzz)

Who better than someone with 51 million Instagram followers to front an issue of a magazine dedicated to fame? Therefore, it should really come as no surprise that Wonderland asked Kylie Jenner to be its cover star for Spring 2016. The Jenner girls are absolutely everywhere and aren’t showing any signs of disappearing from newsstands worldwide. Photographed by Richard Kern, the youngest of the Jenner clan wears Gucci as she nonchalantly poses in what we assume is her bathroom at home.

Wonderland S/S 2016 : Kylie Jenner by Richard Kern


Yet unlike her sister’s W Korea cover, our forum members found themselves pleasantly surprised. “Minus the hair, she looks gorgeous!” confessed MON.

“She does look good here!” added an equally impressed justaguy. (more…)