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Model of the Month: Malgosia Bela Scores Yet Another Vogue Cover (Forum Buzz)

Malgosia Bela is in a league of her own this month. After snagging her first cover of Vogue Ukraine, the Polish beauty has now landed the July/August 2014 cover of Vogue Netherlands. Photographed by Annemarieke van Drimmelen against a nude background, Malgosia shines wearing a white blouse and matching pants. The nonchalant styling complements the gradient masthead and fonts — kudos to the art and design team.

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However, members of theFashionSpot forums have mixed reviews regarding the cover. "I don't know… Something feels off… But I'm Glad Malgosia is racking up all those Vogue covers!" posted fashionlover2001.

"With this photographer and this model they could have done so much more. This is really boring," added KateTheGreatest.

MyNameIs preferred Bela's Ukrainian Vogue cover to this: "Her VU cover may not be very exciting, but at least she looks gorgeous there. This one is boring AND she looks terrible."

On the other hand, Miss Dalloway was in favor of this as opposed to the other cover and wrote, "Love this one, so much better than the Ukraine! She brings such ease and elegance, love her!"

Which cover do you prefer? I like this one better because there's more going on. The masthead looks gorgeous with the cover shot and I'm a huge fan of Malgosia's. Check out the thread and join the discussion here.

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Mila Kunis Thinks She Will be ‘Ripped’ and ‘Shredded’ During Her Delivery

This month's Marie Claire cover girl is none other than Mila Kunis, who is currently pregnant with her first child with fiancée Ashton Kutcher. The actress is all wrapped up and cozy in a furry pink coat (an interesting choice for a summer issue), giving ethereal earth mother realness.

Image: Kesh/Marie Claire

Image: Kesh/Marie Claire

But don't be fooled by her serene look. Mila's a firecracker with a quick wit. She's even got a sense of humor about delivering her baby, which she expects will be quite painful and also…traumatic for Ashton to witness."Two people are allowed in my delivery room. My doctor and my significant other. And he is staying above the action. He'll be head to head. Not head to vag. Unless he wants to risk his life and see," she said. "But I wouldn't if I were him. I highly doubt he wants to see that being ripped apart and shredded. Because it will be shredded. It's just a matter of how badly."

Eep! Hopefully the damage isn't as, uh, intense as that.

Catch the full interview over at Marie Claire, and keep your eyes out for Mila's issue, which hits newsstands June 24. 

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The Zoe Report to Launch E-Commerce

Image: The Zoe Report

Image: The Zoe Report

Rachel Zoe's adding an e-commerce option to her popular The Zoe Report website. Come June 24, the site will debut the Zoe Collective, a project that will bring a series of limited-edition designer capsule collaborations. Expensive lifestyle guru Gwyneth Paltrow has a similar initiative on her Goop website. She's tapped everyone from Stella McCartney to Matthew Williamson to design products specifically for the website. It sounds as if Zoe's project will be set up in a similar way. “For the last five years, I’ve loved showcasing designer pieces to our loyal readers on The Zoe Report. Following our site redesign, it now feels like the right time to further our relationship with our readers by offering pieces designed especially for them,” Zoe told WWD. “I’m looking forward to growing this program as we work closely with some of mine and my team’s favorite designers.”

First up for the Zoe Collective is Jennifer Meyer, who will offer three 18-karat gold and diamond-studded charms, which are available as stud earrings, a necklace or a bracelet. Choose between an elephant, horseshoe and a lucky eye, with prices ranging from $135 to $280. 

This seems like quite a natural step for The Zoe Report. And if we know anything about Rachel, it's that anything with her stamp of approval will sell. We're looking forward to June 28 to see what the Zoe Collective puts forth for its inaugural collection. 

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Rochelle Hulmes Launches Her First Capsule Collection With Very

Retailer Very has a history of collaborating with British celebrities on trend-led fashion ranges, including British style icons Fearne Cotton and Millie Mackintosh, and has now added Rochelle Hulmes from the Brit pop band The Saturdays to its roster.

It’s the first time Hulmes has turned her hand to the world of fashion design, and for her first capsule collection with Very, she’s derived inspiration from current trends to ensure a much sought-after collection. Featuring 19 summer-ready pieces, the collection dropped today, with many pieces already showing low stock.

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If the hot weather has given you the urge to boost your wardrobe, then this is the perfect range for you. The line features key summer staples such as dresses, shorts and vests in a mix of trends from cool colour bursts to bright tropical prints and florals. Standout pieces include very on-trend matchy matchy shorts combos (£45) and a vibrant yellow peplum dress that looks exactly like one of Rochelle’s typical stage numbers.

And the best news? Making a cheeky splurge won’t break the bank either, with prices ranging from around £25 to £60. You can peruse the collection on Very.co.uk

 

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The Sarcastialist: Bringing Street Style Down to Earth

There is no denying that we all love a bit of street style browsing and can wile the hours away clicking through page after page of beautifully shot images. The street style photographers (and subjects) have practically taken over Fashion Week, so it is more than refreshing when someone decides to poke a little fun at the whole circus — even more so when it is on Twitter.

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image: Twitter @sarcastialist

With a cheeky homage to street style patriarch, Scott Schuman's website The Sartorialist, The Sarcastialist is, as the name may suggest, a brilliantly irreverent take on the lavishly dressed subjects on the streets today. It is not simply Schuman whose images it targets, as Yvan Rodic and Facehunter are among the many other street style photographers that have had their images taken and posted onto Twitter with hilarious captions underneath. The likes of Olivia Palermo, William Gilchrist and Giorgio Armani all feature on the feed with witty new quotes.

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image: Twitter @sarcastialist

The founder, who is from Liverpool, spoke to Buzzfeed saying, "The Sarcastialist came about because of the way the people in 'street style' blogs are portrayed. We're meant to think these characters are having a much better time than we are: spending all day… drinking eight quid cappuccinos, before riding home on their Danish racing bikes to watch Jean-Luc Godard films." He went on to add, "This might be true but I'm convinced they have to worry about waiting in for the Iceland feller, or getting mince out of the freezer as much as the rest of us, so I thought it would be nice to show another angle." 

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image: Twitter @sarcastialist

 

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Malgosia Bela’s Vogue Ukraine Cover ‘Isn’t Working’ (Forum Buzz)

Although Malgosia Bela is no stranger to Vogue covers (she's racked up 17 over the course of her modeling career), the Polish model has landed her first for the fashion publication's Ukranian edition. Bela is photographed by Victor Demarchelier for the July 2014 issue, donning a black sequined jacket and matching shorts as styled by Yann Weber. Bela's hair looks effortlessly perfect as she peers down Demarchelier's lens with those oh-so-perfect smoky eyes.

Vogue Ukraine July 2014 Malgosia Bela Victor Demarchelier

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But it's a shame to see Malgosia score a spot in Vogue and feel disappointed with the outcome. 

"God, I will forever love her, and great to see her on the cover, but this isn't working for me. They could have used a model like her so much better," commented Miss Dalloway.

"Not good…don't like styling, model or makeup," added gossiping.

Yesitsdagny had expected a lot more: "Malgosia almost never lets me down and this cover isn't bad or anything but I feel like they could have done so much more with someone so photogenic like Malgosia is. For Malgosia's standards this cover rather mediocre. Not fan of the eye makeup either. But her face is still perfect!"

However, not everyone was in the same frame of mind. Bertrando3 was ecstatic about how the cover looked: "WOW it's GORGEOUSSSSSSSSSSSSS !!! I love this and I usually don't get Malgosia's covers but THIS, THIS IS STUNNING!"

"It's quite lovely, great job Vogue Ukraine." enthused TeeVanity.

Well, there is certainly some diversity of opinion within this thread. What do you think? We'd love to know! Join the discussion here.

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