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Iggy Azalea Unleashes on Record Label Over Magazines Reusing Pics of Her

Iggy Azalea on Cosmopolitan and Maxim

Iggy has topped Maxim‘s 2014 Hot 100, but she’s not overly impressed about the photo the magazine used on the cover. It’s not because she doesn’t look hot because by god she does. It’s because the image is from a shoot with Complex magazine three years ago.

It’s not the first time it’s happened, either, so naturally she’s going to be a little pissed off. Apparently this Cosmopolitan Australia August 2014 cover was also out of her hands.

She did the standard thing and took to Twitter to attack the Australian division of her record label for allowing both Maxim and Cosmopolitan to buy images of her. The “Fancy” rapper ranted for quite a while, which went a little something like this (you might want to set aside some time for this lengthy read): (more…)

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Andreja Pejic and Alexandra Agoston Escort Jean Paul Gaultier to his Exhibition Opening

 

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Forget the limo — Andreja Pejic, Alexandra Agoston and Jean Paul Gaultier know how to make an entrance. The Australian models escorted the designer to the opening night of The Fashion World of Jean Paul Gaultier: From the Sidewalk to the Catwalk exhibition last night at Melbourne’s National Gallery of Victoria, in none other than a horse and carriage. (more…)

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Glassons Apologises for “Unacceptable” Mannequins, Causes Hoo-Ha All Over Again

Glassons’ CEO Graeme Popplewell has said “sorry” for using mannequins with protruding ribs, and claims to have removed them from all Glassons stores after an influx of complaints and hoo-ha. Graeme took to the New Zealand retailer’s Facebook page to “unreservedly apologise for any upset” Glassons caused, and it went a little something like this: (more…)

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Flashback: Vogue Paris October 2005 with Gemma Ward and Du Juan by Patrick Demarchelier

As Gemma Ward fever continues to hit our forums, we take another look back at one of the Aussie model’s most memorable Vogue covers for this week’s Fashion Flashback series.

The October 2005 issue of Vogue Paris featured a fresh-faced Gemma, who was joined by Chinese model Du Juan for the magazine’s Chinese-themed issue. The pair was photographed by Patrick Demarchelier and styled by Carine Roitfeld, who selected matching sweatshirts from Dior Homme for the duo. Jeans finished off Du’s look, while Gemma showcased a gorgeous fur coat from Dolce & Gabbana. We just don’t see covers like this anymore, right?

Flashback Vogue Paris October 2005 Gemma & Du Patrick Demarchelier

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As if a cover shot wasn’t enough, we also get to see Gemma and Du together once again inside the 338-page issue. In “La Cité des Anges,” the dynamic duo are captured around the vibrant city of Shanghai dressed in pieces from Yves Saint Laurent, Marc Jacobs and John Galliano with some intriguing and thought-provoking styling from Roitfeld.

Also found inside is Russian model Natasha Poly, who posed before Craig McDean’s lens with some coats of the season strategically placed on her head (yes, placed over her head like a nun), making for some very interesting imagery. Mario Testino shot Freja Beha Erichsen, who was styled by Marie-Amélie Sauvé, donning a mass of curls and monochrome outfits with a splash of purple. But the standout story is “Sur Scène” with American model Cameron Russell, shot by Nathaniel Goldberg with Emmanuelle Alt on styling duties. The black and white story consists of a short-haired Cameron oozing a punk attitude, while showcasing a variety of glamorous black dresses from Gucci, Blumarine and Lanvin. Alt styled the dresses with studded belts, black tights and trainers for added drama — and it worked!

Do you remember the issue like it was yesterday? Dig out your copy of Vogue Paris’ October 2005 issue or take a look inside the thread here.

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Mert & Marcus Photograph Kate, Daria, Lara and More for W’s Spectacular November Cover (Forum Buzz)

Prepare to salivate over W‘s November 2014 cover, released today. Mert Alas & Marcus Piggott shot a group of their favorite faces, including Kate Moss, Daria Werbowy, Lara Stone, Raquel Zimmermann and Daniel van der Deen. There are two additional covers featuring Saskia de Brauw, Mariacarla Boscono, Suvi Koponen, Riley Montana, Karmen Pedaru, Anna Ewers and Steve Milatos. Now if that ain’t a cast, we don’t know what is!

W Magazine November 2014 Mert & Marcus

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Our forum members are overcome with excitement. “This is so good I can’t even breathe!” raves Nepenthes.

After the series of multi-girl covers we have been seeing this season, A.D.C proclaims, “This is what a model cover is supposed to look like and not like that prom picture Vogue US had for September!”

“Absolutely Beyond, I am rubbing my eyes. Tears of Joy, this cover is beyond everything!” enthuses an elated TeeVanity.

The rave reviews just keep on flooding in with MyNameIs writing, “OMG, this is beyond amazing. I’m loving the 90s/early 00s feel. The cast is great. And I’m so here for this model-group cover trend. Get it.”

We assume mikel is also a fan after simply commenting, “Holy crap!”

“Gorgeous, and vibrant, but it almost looks a bit dated? Something very early 90s about it,” states Miss Dalloway.

“Yeah it’s totally Versace by Avedon,” agrees Marc10.

Also to notice a slight 90s quality to the cover image is BerlinRocks: “I like the photo of the cover. It is real fashion and indeed very Avedon, and any 1990s supermodel group shot atmosphere (everybody did a supermodels group shot in the 90s from Bensimon to Avedon, Meisel, Lindbergh etc.).”

LastNight shares, “Oooh I was not expecting this! I like it a lot, however the image with Daria, Kate, etc. would have been much more powerful with just the four girls and not the guy as well but I still like it.”

Let’s hope we’re treated to more of the M&M favorites inside the issue! Check out the other two covers and join the discussion here.

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