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Does Miranda Kerr Photoshop Her Instagram Pictures? (Forum Buzz)

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One of the more absurd stories currently floating around on the tFS forums concerns Miranda Kerr’s Instagram photos. Forum members have noticed that the Australian top model has posted a picture in which her waist was obviously made slimmer. 

“Sending love and best wishes to the #vsangels from Japan xxx ❤,” said the caption to the picture of the former Victoria’s Secret Angel posing with Doutzen Kroes and Alessandra Ambrosio. 

“Who is Miranda trying to fool with Photoshop?” asked CommanderTMugler. "That is not her waist, this is the actual picture taken last year by Vogue of Alessandra, Doutzen and Miranda backstage," he wrote and posted a comparison between the original shot and the version posted on Miranda’s Instagram.

image credit: via the tfs forums

image credit: via the tfs forums

Did Miranda herself manipulate the image or did she find it like that online?

Greenlandgem claims that Miranda has done it before. “I can't believe no one else has commented on this yet! I noticed starting a while ago that her Instagram photos have been Photoshopped to narrow her waist — as if she needed it anyway. It's bizarre and totally unnecessary. So disappointing!”

It is, in fact, conspicuous that many pictures on Miranda’s Instagram show her waist looking crazily thin, but would she really go as far as retouching her already slim waist herself?

Follow-up: More Proof That Miranda Kerr Photoshops Her Instagram Pictures?

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Hot Ticket: H&M Hosts Isabel Marant Preview Party in Los Angeles

With one of the most anticipated collaborations yet launching tomorrow, an invite to the Isabel Marant for H&M preview party was a HOT ticket in LA last night. At the Sunset Boulevard store in West Hollywood, H&M hosted a VIP event with plenty of fringe booties and chaos to go around!




With guests wrapped around the building, H&M was ready promptly at 7 p.m. to start letting anxious shoppers into the store. Needless to say, by 7:10 p.m., the store looked like an Isabel Marant feeding frenzy. Boxes of shoes were opened and thrown about, sweatshirts were disappearing in a blink, shopping bags were stuffed and overflowing on to the floor and the H&M staff could barely replenish the racks without getting mobbed. It didn’t matter if you were a celeb, supermodel or infamous blogger (they all were there) – it was survival of the fittest. But what do you expect? This is Isabel Marant!!!


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The Wanted: !XAM Ring-to-Wrist Bracelet

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While you’re more likely to catch Natasha Koifman running a busy downtown PR empire, this season the Toronto-based publicist is moonlighting as a jewelry designer. In partnership with local jeweler !XAM diamonds (the !X is apparently pronounced with a “click”), Koifman has designed two limited-edition ring-to-wrist bracelets, with proceeds from sales being donated to Artists for Peace and Justice.

The first piece is silver with rubies, retailing at $350, while the second is rose gold (my favourite), adorned with black diamonds and retailing for $1300. "The ring-to-wrist design is especially meaningful to me,” says Koifman. “It signifies the importance of connection — the connection with oneself and with others.”

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All of the stones are ethically sourced from Thailand and South Africa, while each chain is handmade and made to order. They were a big hit at TIFF were I first caught a glimpse of the pieces, not just at the offices of NKPR, but also on the wrists of Mila Kunis and Caitlin Cronenberg. Also joining that list is Koifman herself, who never takes off her custom namesake designs.

You can bag your own ring-to-wrist bracelet right here, or gift to a special someone this holiday season with the knowledge that you’re also giving back to a good cause. 

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Harper’s Bazaar Hires Someone Besides Terry Richardson to Photograph the December Cover



Up until the just-released December cover above, photographed by Alexi LubomirskiHarper's Bazaar was on a Terry Richardson streak. From August to November, all the publication's cover stories — and some of the editorial spreads — were shot by the polarizing photographer. (It was especially unfortunate timing because of a petition which circulated widely last month, asking big brands to stop hiring the alleged creep.)

So, that brings us to the Kate Hudson cover above. Purely on a visual level, do you think she would have fared better or worse at the hands of Uncle Terry?

RelatedTerry Richardson’s Continued Relevance is Maybe Even More Disturbing than Terry Richardson Himself

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Harper’s Bazaar Australia’s Nicole Kidman Cover is ‘Beautiful Albeit Unoriginal’ (Forum Buzz)


Harper’s Bazaar Australia’s latest issue pays homage to the holidays and to the golden age of its stateside sister issue. Starring Nicole Kidman shot by James White, the new cover is a recreation of the iconic Kate Moss one from Harper’s U.S. as it flourished under the late Liz Tilberis.

But while Nicole’s cover is certainly beautiful, it has left the forums wanting of a little more creativity. Justaguy thinks it "doesn’t come close to Kate’s classic cover, but [is] still pretty cool," while other commenters are labeling it a straight rip off.

We think the cover is stunning, and agree with Urban Stylin that Kidman photographs like a model (perhaps a string of campaigns with Jimmy Choo will do that to an actress). And seeing as it’s a Christmas cover, the snow globe and styling are spot on.

Perhaps the issue lies with the orb Nicole is holding, and the fact that there’s a miniature version of her trapped inside it. The longer we look at this, the creepier it seems – something user Luxx has picked up on too:

"The orb theme would be better if she wasn't holding a tiny Nicole Kidman in her hands, which is actually kind of creeping me out. In the Kate cover something similar is happening but the addition of the Christmas tree keeps it from being weird. Other than that the picture is beautiful albeit unoriginal."

We have to agree: Tiny humans trapped in orbs are a bit weird. It also makes us wonder if there’s a hidden meaning we’re supposed to be picking up on. But as far as homages go, it certainly does no disservice to the original. 

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NYC-Based Label Public School Wins the CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund

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Following a grueling application process (which will debut today as a six-episode documentary series on Ovation network), Dao-Yi Chow and Maxwell Osborne of the streetwear-inspired label Public School took home top honors at last night's 10th annual CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Awards. The designers were awarded $300,000 and mentoring from an industry leader. 

Chow and Osborne met and formed a friendship over a decade ago, when they both worked on the design team at Sean Jean. After launching Public School in 2008, the designers joined the very first CFDA Fashion Incubator in 2010. They showed their first collection at New York Fashion Week in February 2012. Earlier this year, the pair was honored with the Swarovski award for menswear at the CFDA Fashion Awards. Their past string of CFDA successes made them a likely favorite to win last night. 

Runners-up Juan Carlos Obando and Mark Alary will also recieve mentoring, as well as a $100,000 prize to grow their labels.

Other finalists included Misha Nonoo of Nonoo, Tim Coppens, the Veronica Beard designers, Commodore Jason Jones of Parabellum, Tome designers Ryan Lobo and Ramon Martin, Shimon and Ariel Ovadia of Ovadia & Sons and Todd Snyder.

Public School produces its collections in New York City, at factories in Brooklyn, Manhattan and Queens. 

RelatedWatch: CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund Alumni and Judges Reminisce

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