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Cara Delevingne for Vogue UK: ‘The Model Who Was Liked Into Superstardom’ (Forum Buzz)

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Less than a year after she made her Vogue UK cover debut, Cara Delevingne returns for the January 2014 Issue. Photographed by Alasdair McLellan, the British model wears a head-to-toe Saint Laurent look of red leather pants, a leopard print blouse and a paneled black tuxedo jacket.

Trying to understand how the fashion styling is relevant to the current decade may be above my skill level (or as Kite put it in the forums, "That outfit……………what?") and so is the accompanying caption ("Cara Delevingne: The model who was liked into superstardom") — but I can always appreciate a well-tousled head of hair. 

Some more notable forum commentary, for your time: 

Mikel: "I don't like her pose at all, she is just standing there."

Greenway: "Everything apart from her outfit is absolutely gorgeous."

CommanderTMugler: "It's not bad, the outfit looks like something you would see on Alessandra Ambrosio or Miranda Kerr wearing on their everyday lives [ed. note: sick burn.], her hair looks great too just her face looks so bland."

ALAUU: "I've never thought of Cara as particularly likable. I'm not really feeling this cover at all."

HodanChloe: "Lmao, they couldn't even wait 12 months to give her another cover?"

HeatherAnne: "Color scheme :heart: Cara looking beautiful :heart: An outfit I'd actually wear :heart: This is refreshing."

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How to Dress for Comfort and Style at the Airport, Courtesy of Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga / Image: WENN.com

Lady Gaga / Image: WENN.com

I guess you do what you can to stay relevant. It's all about how you market yourself, and you shouldn't judge a woman until you've gone through airport security in her shoes. It just goes to show, most of us couldn't handle the challenges Lady Gaga faces everyday, but at least we can all relate to her casual jeans-and-a-tee-shirt traveling ensemble. 

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Sui He Returns as the Face of Shiseido’s Spring 2014 Makeup Collection

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Image: tFS Forums

The image above was just posted to theFashionSpot forums.
The image above is an ad from Shiseido's Spring 2014 Makeup Collection campaign.
The image above stars the model Sui He

Sui He first appeared as the face of Shiseido for the cosmetic giant's Spring 2013 campaign. / She was the first Asian model to represent the beauty brand. (Some called it a "major moment.")

The model's previous campaigns for Shiseido were shot by the legendary British photographer, Nick Knight. / For all we know, he photographed Sui He for this latest campaign, too. 

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Gwyneth Paltrow and Tracy Anderson Have a New Show and We Have the Trailer — AMAZING!

Image: WENN

Image: WENN

Nothing says, "Hello, it's Tuesday!" quite like a press release delivered on a Tuesday.

ME: Hello, Tuesday!!  What do you have for me today?

TUESDAY: Some very exciting news: AOL has announced a new 10-episode web series from lifestyle guru Gwyneth Platrow and her exercise trainer, Tracy Anderson.

ME: Wow, just wow. Tell me, what is it called?

TUESDAY: It's called “The Restart Project” and it will premiere on Monday, December 16 on Aol On.

ME: Aol On?

TUESDAY: Google it. (You can also use another search engine, like Bing.) It's the world's biggest and best AOL-branded online video destination. 

ME: AMAZING!

TUESDAY: It's funny you should say that. It really is amazing. "The Restart Project" is about amazing women who do amazing things and also work out. 

ME: They find the time to work out?

TUESDAY: Totally, but it's not just about fitting into a pair of skinny jeans. Gwyneth and Tracy are inspired by women who have overcome hardship, injury and setbacks to triumph in the face of adversity. 

ME: I'm inspired by that, too. 

TUESDAY: Yes, we'll hear their inspiring stories firsthand, whether fighting back from a career-ending injury or transforming their lives and bodies through diet and exercise.

ME: Is there a trailer I could watch, or something?

TUESDAY: 100%. I am Tuesday and I have this $h*z under control:

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Watch: Victoria’s Secret Angels Lip Sync Taylor Swift’s ‘I Knew You Were Trouble’

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Image: WENN

Last month, the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show taping was big news for those of us who don't really pay attention to other kinds of news, like about what's happening in the world with money and elected leaders and stuff. But the "fun" is not over yet. Oh no. Ahead of the television premiere of the runway show, which is slated to air on CBS next Tuesday, December 10, the lingerie brand has released a fun and flirty promotional lip sync video. Yeah gurrrl. So cool.

The clip features some of my favorite Angelz (Lindsay 'Boo' Ellingson, Alessandra 'Ayyy' Ambrosio, Candice 'One-Eyed' Swanepoel, Adriana 'Happy Hour' Lima, Lily 'McMansion' Aldridge, Doutzen 'Can't Believe It's Not Butter!' Kroes and Behati 'Totally' Prinsloo) fake-singing the megabegawegaleggoofmyeggo hit, "I Knew You Were Trouble," by Taylor 'I'm Trouble, Too' Swift. (The pop star performed at the show.) They really get into it. It's pretty great. I love that song. Trouble trouble trouble. 

Related: The Victoria’s Secret Show 2013: See Every Model and Every Look

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Montreal Fashion Week Cancels Winter Soiree

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Image via Groupe Sensation Mode

That’s right guys, after the fall edition was cancelled in September, organizers have now gone and pulled the plug on the February edition of Montreal Fashion Week.

Why, you may wonder? “The decision to not go ahead with the production of February’s MFW was difficult to make, but we know we need to dedicate our efforts to completing this massive rallying project,” said producer Jean-Francois Daviau of Sensation Mode. “This break will allow us to join forces and make this large-scale event successful and more appealing to the general public, industry professionals and our partners.”

They will instead be investing resources towards merging Montreal Fashion Week with the city’s annual summer Fashion and Design Festival, which is also organized by Montreal-based Groupe Sensation Mode and held each August in downtown Montreal. It generally includes fashion shows, live art installations and musical performances, with the most recent edition featured famed French designer and artist as honorary chair.

Nonetheless, the semi-annual showcase of Quebec designers at Montreal Fashion Week has been pivotal in the past for connecting buyers and media with new Canadian talent. After 25 editions, it seems a shame to see it go, but the newly merged Fashion and Design Festival and Montreal Fashion Week event is already scheduled to take place from Aug. 20-23. Programming for the showcase will be announced in March.

"We thought that it was very important to make (the summer event) happen well," Groupe Sensation Mode co-founder Chantal Durivage said Thursday. "Three productions a year with big events, it's a lot of time. We're always running. And if we want to develop, we need time. And this is what we realized."

Honestly, I can see where they’re coming from in amalgamating these events. They are incredibly costly and, in all honesty, seem a little too frequent to draw any significant buzz or net a large audience. Quality over quantity should reign every time, which could also support the ongoing argument of merging Canada’s two marquee fashion events in Montreal and Toronto, that is World MasterCard Fashion week. Like go big or go home, right?

 

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