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Lily Aldridge Stars on a Boring Vogue Turkey Cover (Forum Buzz)

The Turkish edition of Vogue could easily be the most hated magazine on our forums right now. As of late, Vogue Turkey has rapidly descended into vapidness, with only the odd hit in between all those disastrous misses. Unfortunately, this month’s cover featuring Lily Aldridge is one of those failures and our forum members aren’t afraid to single it out. Photographed by David Bellemere, the Victoria’s Secret regular poses outdoors wearing a creation by Dolce & Gabbana.

Vogue Turkey July 2015 Lily Aldridge by David Bellemere


The magazine’s efforts weren’t enough to satisfy our needs. “Oh for heaven’s sake, they added a new font. This cover makes me want to sleep. Her eyes don’t do it for me. She looks like she’s about to fall asleep any second now. Vogue Turkey, like Vogue Japan, Spain and Germany, needs to find a new creative vision ASAP. The magazine industry has become stale and these editions are flat-lining,” MON declared.

“My God, she’s so boring! And I agree with you MON, those Vogue editions need to get their act together. Fashion’s gotten so boring, they need to change it up a bit,” KateTheGreatest yearned.

Feeling the same way was Miss Dalloway: “What happened to this edition?!!! It used to have fantastic covers, and editorials, then it suddenly started with such dated, and unattractive art direction!”

Benn98 wasn’t a fan, either, writing, “This looks very dark. The dress, setting, her angst expression. I feel like this girl’s hair is always styled with a middle parting. She’s already not the strongest model, and they put her in this setting. I don’t like the new redesign.”

“Wait, this is for a July cover?” questioned Cosmic Voices in disbelief.

Vent your feelings and await the editorial content inside our thread here.

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New Documentary About Plus-Size Modeling Coming Next Year

The plus-size market is going through something of a revolution and new documentary Straight/Curve explores the changes the fashion industry is experiencing. An ever-growing list of retailers is attempting to tap into the plus-size market by offering stylish clothes for larger women. Plus-size bloggers and models have led the charge, showing women all over the world that big can be beautiful – and stylish. Models Robyn Lawley and Ashley Graham appeared in Sports Illustrated and Tess Holliday became the first size 22 woman to get a modeling contract.  

We are in the midst of a changing landscape for the plus community and Straight/Curve gives us an inside look. Through interviews with plus-sized models, photographers, agents and more, the documentary attempts to discuss the issues plus models face these days and the work that’s left to do when it comes to mainstream fashion being more size inclusive. From changing the way we think of sample sizes to integrating plus- and straight-size model boards, experts discuss what it means to be plus in fashion today and their hopes to promote size diversity in the industry at large.

Straight/Curve is expected to release next summer on HBO.

[via Glamour]


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ED by Ellen DeGeneres Lifestyle Brand Debuts Online

Ellen DeGeneres’ lifestyle brand (for which she partnered with Chris Burch) has finally arrived. The TV talk show host has launched the website for ED making this yet another celebrity-backed lifestyle brand that has launched recently. DeGeneres is peddling clothing, accessories and homewares and the aesthetics are clean, pristine and very all-American. Also: perfect for animal-lovers.


A photo posted by ED by Ellen (@edbyellen) on

On tap for apparel are plenty of basics and wardrobe classics: smart button-downs that can be dressed up or worn casually and slouchy T-shirts with animal drawings. In fact, animals are a huge motif throughout the entire ED range, popping up on everything from shirt pockets to plates. For apparel, the cheapest thing you can get right now is a $35 solid crewneck tee, which you can pair with the most expensive clothing item, a blazer for $245.

DeGeneres’ homewares include coasters, glasses, bowls for everyday eating and entertaining, placemats, pitchers and more. Prices peak at $365 for an already-sold-out handmade decoupage cake platter made in collaboration with John Derian and start at $25 for a bottle topper.

ED has certainly got all the stuff that will appeal to the average American for whom simplicity reigns. You can check out everything the store has to offer at

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Want: Mansur Gavriel Teams with Colette for Limited-Edition Bucket Bag

Mansur Gavriel Colette

Image: Mansur Gavriel/Colette/WWD

Hold onto your wallets folks because Mansur Gavriel is about to, once again, give you major bag lust. The CFDA Award-winning design duo has teamed up with Colette Paris for their first international collaboration. Just in time for Couture Fashion Week, Colette will be selling a limited-edition version of the brand’s famous bucket bag. This time, Mansur Gavriel has reimagined the carryall in metallic blue with pony hair print.

The bag will go up for sale starting July 6 and will set you back $700 (or 635 euros). Mansur Gavriel’s bags are famous for selling like hotcakes and we have little doubt that this rather attractive version of the bag will follow suit. 

[via WWD]

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Louis Vuitton Recycles Same Old Concept for New Campaign (Forum Buzz)

We’re starting to become increasingly bored with the Fall 2015 campaigns. From predictable castings to lame outcomes, Louis Vuitton now becomes the topic of discussion as its new mainline campaign starts to trickle out. Nicolas Ghesquière delivers the same old concept, asking back Bruce Weber and Juergen Teller to lens the images, which so far feature Jennifer ConnellyAlicia VikanderRianne Van Rompaey and Fernanda Hin Lin Ly.


LOUIS VUITTON FW 15/16 CAMPAIGN starring Alicia Vikander by Juergen Teller @louisvuitton #lvfall #lvseries3

A photo posted by (@nicolasghesquiereofficial) on

“Nice shots but honestly I am getting bored by this ‘series’ thing,” exclaimed Ed the second the thread opened.

“I’m tired of their concept it’s like Céline it is so boring. Why do brands not want to change their campaigns each season anymore? Saving money or something? No ideas left?” asked a frustrated gossiping.

Sharing the same sentiments was GivenchyHomme: “Can they just ditch this stupid concept once and for all and hire Sims or Meisel.”

MON felt the same way and echoed, “At least the campaign reflects the new identity of the house: boring. The series concept is tiring. I need something new from them.”

Also disappointed was TaylorBlinque: “This is very dull. After Patrick’s stunning campaign [for Resort 2015], I was hoping for something different.”

“I’m a bit bored with this concept although the campaign is looking very nice,” shared justaguy, shedding a glimmer of light on the campaign.


LOUIS VUITTON FALL FW 15/16 CAMPAIGN starring @riannevanrompaey by @bruce_weber @louisvuitton #lvfall #lvseries3

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Are you over the same overused concept from Vuitton? Join the conversation here.

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Britney Spears and Iggy Azalea Take Swipes at Each Other Over ‘Pretty Girls’ Flop

Iggy Azalea and Britney Spears

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Iggy Azalea and Britney Spears‘ “Pretty Girls” film clip may have over 78 million views on YouTube, but that hasn’t translated to a good ranking on the music charts. The song has only hit number 29 on Billboard’s Hottest 100 since it was released in May, and now the pair are getting a little shady with one another, publicly.

It all started when Twitter user @rhuancesarr tweeted that the tune “flopped a little bit”, to which Iggy responded, “Its difficult to send a song up the charts without additional promo and tv performances etc. unfortunately im just featured…” (more…)