- Beyoncé is scheduled to join Common and John Legend to perform at the Grammys this weekend. [Us Weekly]
- Did Isabel Marant knock off Adidas Stan Smiths? [Vogue UK]
- Topshop has a new global design director. [Vogue UK]
- The BFC/Vogue Designer Fashion Fund names its finalists. [Vogue UK]
- Katy Perry is working with the developers of Kim Kardashian: Hollywood on a new game app. [Business Insider]
- André Leon Talley curated an Oscar de la Renta exhibit showing at the Savannah College of Art and Design, opening today. [Vogue]
- You won’t BELIEVE who these hair professionals just voted for best head of hair on a guy. [Esquire]
- Guess victorious over Gucci in an infringement case. [WWD]
First comes love, second comes the, ah, baby, and third comes marriage? It sure looks like it for 39-year-old Megan Gale and her younger beau, 26-year-old Shaun Hampson, with the new mum posting a photo to Instagram earlier today with three gold bands on her wedding finger. (more…)
Had enough of seeing Kim Kardashian’s naked body? Katie Grand sure doesn’t care if you have. More photos from the reality star’s 30+ page spread in this forthcoming issue of Love magazine have surfaced and quite frankly, we almost wish they hadn’t. The latest photo leaked today shows Kim, (oiled up, naturally), wearing a pair of glasses, a fur coat and nothing else. Sounds about standard for a fashion shoot, right? Well, we don’t know about you, but we couldn’t handle any more shots showing Kim in her full glory in one week. So we did what anyone would do: We added puppies and kittens to the photo.
Holy almost-labia, Batman! Even with our cute little friends, we’re dangerously close to seeing Kim K’s na-na, from an angle that might just be more pearl clutchingly uncomfortable than seeing her naked butt bent over. Wait. actually, we can’t decide which is more awkward. On the bright side, puppies and kitties! We’ll take comfort where we can get it in this wacky world.
We’re all fashion lovers here. We understand that every once in a while there will be a little nudity in a fashion editorial – and we ain’t mad at it. Nudity can be chic and beautiful. But what did we ever do to deserve this? We get it: Kim is a cultural icon who likes to be naked and covered in baby oil. And we’re guessing that the folks at Love were kind enough to add adequate, uh, shading, to Kardashian’s ladyflower in this image (check out the original, you’ll see). But do we really need a Kanye’s-eye view of all her bits? Repeatedly?
Eh, we’re gonna go ahead and say no. But if you do want to see a slightly more NSFW version of the image, peep it here.
Opening Ceremony is kicking it old school with Vivienne Westwood for a capsule collection inspired by her work from her Worlds End boutique. Humberto Leon and Carol Lim took a gander through Westwood’s “Clothes for Heroes” archives and picked out their favorite pieces, which they resurrected for the 20-piece collection.
The unisex range boasts slouchy trousers and draped tops, a remake of the sneakers from her 1983 runway show, that famous boob T-shirt and several other iconic pieces. Unisex collections seem to be trending these days; Nicola Formichetti’s unisex Nicopanda range recently hit shelves and Selfridges is reworking its stores to create an agender shopping experience next month. So, it seems Opening Ceremony is giving us a dose of nostalgia and a taste of what’s trending now with this latest collaboration.
The collection is set to drop February 9 online and at Opening Ceremony’s stores in Los Angeles and New York.
More often than not, you’ll find us complaining about multiple covers for the same issue, but when a magazine gets it this right, we don’t mind in the slightest. 10 Magazine‘s Spring/Summer 2015 team went all-out to impress with this latest installment, tapping Nick Knight to photograph 12 covers that feature some of modeling’s finest faces. Barbara Fialho, Behati Prinsloo, Candice Swanepoel, Cindy Bruna, Devon Windsor, Joan Smalls, Jourdan Dunn, Lais Ribeiro, Lily Aldridge, Lily Donaldson, Ming Xi and Sui He are each handed solo covers with outstanding results. Models? Check. Diversity? Check. Creativity? Check.
Forum members raced to the thread to voice their opinions. “This is soo good! I love every single cover, but the ones that stand out are Joan, Devon, Lily D, and Ming’s. Nick Knight is such a talented photographer, U.K. Vogue is at loss not using him anymore. A big one!” Miss Dalloway raved.
“I agree U.K. Vogue definitely needs to use Nick Knight more, he’s so fantastic! Jourdan looks amazing, I think her cover is my favorite. I also love Joan, Lais and Lily D – really striking covers!” replied LastNight in agreement.
Sharing the same sentiments was KateTheGreatest: “I love it, all the models look so good and Nick Knight is amazing.”
“This is great. Looking forward to the contents, might be the first issue of 10 I buy in years,” shared an excited mistress_f.
“Joan kills it. This is such a good idea,” gossiping proclaimed.
“Joan’s is the best, by far. It’s classic. That body is out of this world. I love the black & white. I adore the scale of her in the space with that flowy material. Really breathtaking image,” added happycanadian.
Check out all the covers for the issue inside the thread and tell us which one you’ll be purchasing here.
Before we even start, let’s make one thing clear: We love us some Britney here at tFS. Love her! The girl is the undisputed denim queen of the 1990s and we adore her grown-up sleek new bob. But new campaign images from her lingerie line have surfaced and there are a few things we need to discuss.
First, while Brit-Brit’s poreless skin is still firmly in uncanny valley range, girl looks damn good, and it’s way less terrifying than the Photoshop nightmare of the first campaign. The second (and more important) thing struck us as we gazed upon her impeccable abdomen: what is up with that belly button ring?
Now, we know this isn’t Brit’s first rodeo when it comes to navel rings. The piercing made its music video debut in 2000’s Lucky, which also means it was a twenty-first-century decision. Still, that’s fifteen years ago! We’re all for a good throwback, but belly rings were among the few trends we hoped would remain in the 90s and early aughts — our own navel and eyebrow piercings are thankfully long gone. (We admit it, Mom: you were right about those.)
Which brings us to our next point: navel rings reject very easily and are among the more difficult piercings to care for. How has Britney’s not closed up? Did she take it out during pregnancy? Was it airbrushed out of the first campaign, or is it a recent acquisition? How many times has she had it re-pierced? By whom and when? Did it get caught on any lingerie lace during the shoot? Does Britney have a little box somewhere full of belly rings with different charms on them? And most importantly, where can we learn that level of incredible commitment? We can hardly remain loyal to one brand of toothpaste for a month, let alone fifteen years of an oft-criticized piercing. That kind of consistency is downright admirable.
We accept that some things are just not meant to be understood by mere mortals like ourselves, but we’re begging you, Britney. Teach us. We want to learn.