Who could forget Alex Sinadinovic? Not only was it almost impossible for her to take a bad photo on Australia’s Next Top Model Cycle 9, but she was also arguably the most entertaining girl, leaving us with many memorable moments while she was vying for the title.
Although there’s a whole bunch of impressive ANTM alumni for her to look up to, Alex reveals to theFashionSpot that she has her fingers crossed for a career like fellow Wollongong girl Simone Holtznagel. “If I follow her footsteps I’ll be on the right track,” she says. (more…)
Here at tFS, we love us some hot guys so you know we’re thanking the fashion gods right now for Details‘ September issue cover. The magazine tapped 31 male models, all shot by Mark Seliger. The cast of impressive hunks includes Adrien Sahores, Alex Lundqvist, Armando Cabral, Arthur Gosse, Arthur Kulkov, Brad Kroenig, Clark Bockelman, Clement Chabernaud, Daisuke Ueda, David Agbodji, Gabriel Aubry, Garrett Neff, Hamid Onifade, Jackson Hale, Janis Ancens, Jarrod Scott, Jason Shaw, John Halls, Jon Kortajarena, Julien Hedquist, Mark Vanderloo, Mathias Lauridsen, Nicolas Ripoll, Noah Mills, RJ King, RJ Rogenski, Sean O’Pry, Simon Nessman, Tyson Ballou, Vincent LaCrocq and Will Chalker. For the shoot, the guys wore all Calvin Klein, from the main collection, white label and Calvin Klein jeans range.
Our forum members had quite a lot to sayand there was plenty of positive commentary to go around, although there was also naturally some criticism. “I die!!!! It’s like Vogue Italia’s September cover from last year. 31 Male Top Models… I can dig it!!!” @niknak gushed.
“Is that REAL? *mind blown,*” @Fontastic wrote. “I love male models multi-covers, but I’m not sure about this one… way too many, but I love most of them so… I think I like it.”
Some members thought the cover should have included a few faces that were left out. “I love it, however, they could have added some new boys who are killing it currently like Alessio and Flilip, and got rid of RJ King and someone else,” @SpeakThatJDunn said.
@MON agreed: “I think ‘Top Male Models’ should have included Alessio and Filip, because aren’t they [some] of the top male models [at the moment]? Versace, Givenchy, Calvin Klein… these boys are killing it season per season and yet they aren’t included? No offense to RJ King, but I don’t think he has done enough to be part of today’s top male models.”
Others brought up the ever-present spectre of diversity, or the lack thereof on the overall cover. “Although progress shown, it’s crazy that out of 31 models they only add 5 models of color, “TeeVanity observed. “Seemingly so they won’t get the same backlash they received for the March 2014 cover.”
Whether you love the cover or not, you can’t deny that this is one group of fine lookin’ men. What do you think of the shot? Get in on the conversation in our forums. Details’ September issue hits newsstands August 18.
When you’re Kim Kardashian, the best way to deal with people talking about your body is to take your clothes off. And that is exactly what the reality TV star has done, treating her millions of followers to a pregnancy nude we didn’t ask for — or really care to see in the first place.
“First they say I’m too skinny so I have to be faking it…Now they say I’m too big so I have to be faking it…SMH! Some days I’m photographed before I eat & look smaller, some days I’ve just eaten & I look bigger. It’s all a part of the process.”
Say goodbye to hilarious Scandal recaps and cute quips, DKNY is getting rid of one of Twitter’s most beloved personas, DKNY PR girl.
With little explanation and vague warning, DKNY PR girl has retired from tweeting. According to Mashable, all her tweets and Tumblr posts have been deleted. Her last tweet informed the public that DKNY PR girl was “all grown up” and that if you want to get in touch with the woman behind the character, Leave Your Mark author Aliza Licht, to tweet her directly.
Donna Karan International has been going through a lot of changes lately, including the shuttering of the Donna Karan brand and the appointment of Public School’s Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow as the creative directors of DKNY. Licht explained to Mashable that DKNY is “heading into a new exciting creative direction” and that it will all make sense at DKNY’s Spring 2016 show during New York Fashion Week on September 16. Licht will remain at the company but sadly, her social media alter-ego has been discontinued.
Clearly DKNY is going through some rebranding, but we don’t see why it was necessary to delete all DKNY PR girl’s posts? Many of them were pure gold. But we guess DKNY is really committing to the “out with the old” adage.