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Gisele and Tom Brady Had a Baby!

After giving birth to her second child, a little girl named Vivian Lake (so Hollywood!), with footballer and husband Tom Brady, Gisele Bundchen Facebooked it, like stat. I don't think I've seen fingers that tiny through an Instagram filter before. It's adorable, I guess. What an epic way to launch a modelling career. 

Here's Gisele's statement:


We feel so lucky to have been able to experience the miracle of birth once again and are forever grateful for the opportunity to be the parents of another little angel. Vivian Lake was born at home on December 5. She is healthy and full of life.

Thank you all for your support and well wishes. We wish you and your families many blessings.


Congratulations to the parents for so successfully procreating: Gisele and Tom also have a son, Benjamin Brady, who turns three years old this weekend. Brady had his first child, John, with ex-girlfriend Bridget Moynahan in 2007. 

Image via Gisele Bundchen FB

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Allison Williams Reveals Exclusively to Page Six: “I’m Left-Handed!”

Page Six worked insanely hard to break through Girls actress Allison Williams' media-trained shell, and here's what they got: Williams loooves Tina Fey and once worked as her assistant's assistant (amazing that you need to use nepotism to get that terrible job!), and she's left-handed. 

Here's how she responds to questions about her romantic life: "I'm not gonna talk about that."

Bad date stories: "I'd rather not get into that territory."

Bad breakups: "It's so specific — obviously I've never been in that exact situation."

Page Six threw its hands up in the air and decided to ask "something innocuous. Where in Manhattan does she live?"

The charming response: "I think I'd rather not say."

And the most shocking thing she could think of to reveal about herself, I've already spoiled for you: "I'm left-handed!" Oh gee, a southpaw. How does she sleep at night?

Major A+ to Page Six for persistence. Full profile here

Image: Jim Wright for Page Six Magazine.

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What a Treat: “Can I Make the Music Fly” by Dior Homme [VIDEO]

I think the whole point of Art Basel Miami is to make people that live in New York City find out how culturally chauvinistic and myopic New Yorkers must seem to people that live in other parts of the country every other week of the year. 

Not that I'm even allowed within a one mile radius of any lavish parties, but knowing that they happen in the same city does sometimes give me this warm "it's all going to be okay, the world does actually exist" feeling. You know, like: Maybe Jay Z will be in my subway car today, probably not but maybe — there's a chance!

So, one of the really cool (cool-ish) things that happened in Miami last night was a party hosted by Dior Homme's Kris Van Assche, Bruce Weber, and Stefano Tonchi of W Magazine (oh boyyssss) to celebrate the premiere of a film by Bruce Weber called Can I Make the Music Fly, made exclusively for Dior Homme. (The event was also an opportunity to celebrate Miami's new Dior Homme boutique.) 

I'm posting the first clip from the film Dior made available today, because it's wonderful. As fashion films go, it's a pleasure to watch — it even made me feel better about how my day was going. A rare feat for something that's essentially a branding platform. A lot of credit for that is due to the music, "Dialogue for Jazz Combo & Orchestra" composed by Howard Brubeck. It's always such a treat when someone plops some beautiful music down in front of you and is just like, "Go listen!"

Here you go — go listen!

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Kate Upton on the Cover of Vogue UK

With her January 2013 Vogue UK cover (pictured), Kate Upton's high fashion status is no longer debatable. I don't think we can even debate about whether or not it's debatable. The world wanted more real, honest-to-goodness supermodels, and whether you like her or hate her, Upton is it. 

Consider this: her year in magazine covers began with Sports Illustrated's Swimsuit Issue and ended with Vogue Italia. In between, she earned cover credits with Muse, GQ, CR Fashion Book, Jalouse, and Cosmopolitan. In short: holy range. 

She also shot at least thirteen additional fashion editorials, including three with big cheese American Vogue. She just wins. At this point, however the haters feel about her is irrelevant. To them, I say: Good luck finding a newsstand that isn't beaming out her face. 

There are reasons to be uncertain about Kate Upton's rise: Her conventionally "sexy" body isn't common in the more high-brow parts of fashionland, but her appeal isn't just carnal. Here she is on the cover of Vogue UK, covered up in a simple white Alaia dress, practically shielding her boobs from the camera, and she still looks spectacular. Not sure whether she's "the model who keeps it real," but "haters gonna hate," for sure. 

Image via TFS Forums

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Ksubi Reinterprets the Classics for Its Summer 2013 Eyewear Range

Balmy nights and the fact that salads are becoming swiftly more appetising than Portuguese chicken burgers… Well, here’s another great thing about the rapid onset of summer.

Ksubi has released the lookbook for its Summer 2012/2013 eyewear range, and it’s a UV protective doozy. The range picks up where its latest clothing collection left off, but these frames are equally suited to triple-tone Canadian jumpsuits as they are a pair of Havianas and the sands of Bondi Beach. Heavy metal accents and printed acetates adorn 17 unisex styles, with the best of the bunch being double-bar aviators with cool mesh inserts and thickened up, modernised cat eyes with contrasting arms.

Both the optical and sun varieties are captured in this slick lookbook shot by Sydney’s Jedd Cooney. Greasy hair and athletic outfits in palm-print and signature washed out Ksubi denim complement the futuristic eyewear, and make us rethink the relevance of puffy spaceman turtlenecks worn in the summertime.

The range is currently available on Ksubi’s website. Buy sooner rather than later and you can justify the purchase by wearing them all summer long, right?


Images via Spectacle Frames

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Maybelline is Ruining Freja Beha Erichsen

Back in September we learned that high fashion favorite Freja Beha Erichsen had finally reached the pot of gold at the end of the modeling career rainbow* — a beauty contract with a major cosmetics company.

The Danish model joined peers Charlotte Free, Christy Turlington, Erin Wasson, Shu Pei, and more as one of Maybelline's "Maybe she's born with it? Come on, she's definitely born with it!" Maybelline contract models.

Both her contribution to the Maybelline 2013 calendar and what appears to be her first print ad for the brand popped up in the TFS Forums earlier today.

Based on a video about the calendar posted to Glamour Mexico's website, that photo on the right shows Freja embodying not the Tin Man or an alien or even an extremely modelesque burrito — but New York's great Statue of Liberty. 

But Freja's Maybelline calendar picture is nothing compared to her dedicated print ad (above) which was seemingly inspired by the brochure for a dental floss-themed amusement park.

Question: What did Maybelline do to make Freja, formerly a really good model, look like a losing contestant on ANTM? There must be something in that silver body paint. 

Images via TFS Forums

*I know. That was ridiculous. I'm sorry.

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