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Watch: Alexa Chung Visits Tavi Gevinson at Home

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Image: WireImage/Getty Images

Tavi Gevinson has always been mature for her age, but now that she’s 18 and at the helm of her own publication as well as starring in a Broadway play, it’s clear that the pint-sized Style Rookie is all grown up. And the best part about entering adulthood? Being nostalgic about your childhood.

Vogue U.K. got Alexa Chung to visit Tavi in the Chicago house she grew up in, taking us inside the This Is Our Youth star’s bedroom. We find a sizable book collection (none of which are “vanity books” according to Tavi, since she’s “an intellectual”) and an inspiration wall decorated with pictures of Salt-N-Pepa. In her closet, which she shares with her Goodwill shopping-obsessed mother, are vintage disco dresses she’s saving for a night of dancing in New York City. Tavi, you can come out with us anytime.

Check out the video below.

[via Vogue UK]

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Vogue Hommes International Changes Its Name, Louis Garrel Snags Latest Cover (Forum Buzz)

Change often fails to go down well in the forums and the latest dissent is over Vogue Hommes International‘s change to the abbreviated Vogue Hommes. The amendment comes after the release of the biannual menswear magazine’s Fall 2014 issue. Louis Garrel was tapped for the cover and was shot by Mario Sorrenti, who photographed the French actor looking nonchalant as he reclined with his hands behind his head, staring down the lens. Anastasia Barbieri styled the 31 year old for the cover shoot.

Vogue Hommes F/W 14.15 Louis Garrel

IMAGE: DIGITAL EDITION OF VOGUE HOMMES VIA TFS FORUMS

Members of our forums haven’t responded well to the masthead alteration. “There’s something off with that masthead. I’m not used to seeing the huge HOMMES and the word PARIS is oddly placed below. Will it just be Vogue Hommes or still VHI? The layout reminds me of VP during Carine [Roitfeld], especially Caslon. The cover image itself is okay but it’s not as striking,” commented MON.

“Decent cover, so today, the mag becomes only Vogue Hommes?” added burbuja8910, slightly confused about the name change.

Bertrando3 was quick to post his opinion and wrote, “This looks REALLY average, bad and boring!”

“I was expecting something much more interesting than this… nothing special,” posted an underwhelmed GlamorousBoy.

The masthead change didn’t seem to cross stereo‘s mind, since he was more interested in seeing a model on the cover: “So disappointed! Boring. Bring back the models!”

Although not everyone was against the cover. “I love him, so I totally buy into this. He looks really handsome,” shared an enthusiastic Les Sucettes, whose opinion stood out among the rest.

Fontastic was also eager to get his hands on a copy: “Love Louis!!! Can’t wait to buy it.”

Are you a fan of the masthead change? See inside the thread for the fashion stories and join the discussion here.

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Our Forums Debate Karlie Kloss as L’Oreal’s Newest Face

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Karlie Kloss has pretty much cemented her position as one of the new generation of supermodels, and her latest gig is just a testament to her star power. L’Oreal Paris has tapped the leggy model as the newest face of its brand, which makes perfect sense, considering Kloss’ popularity. She’s a face people know, even those who don’t follow fashion, plus she’s young and has a huge social media following – an obvious draw for the brand.

While plenty of people welcome Kloss’ appointment with open arms, there are some who aren’t 100% sold on her for L’Oreal Paris. Our forum members have been keenly debating Karlie’s new gig. Dutch Homme, for one, is not into this casting: “Strange choice. She’s not exactly attractive for the average person,” he wrote. “She’s indeed a fashion icon just like Lara Stone, but not a beauty icon and she will never be. She won’t sell.”

Others beg to differ. “‘Karlie Kloss won’t sell.’ More like you won’t be buying it but people will rush to the stores,” coutugh quipped.

“As for any skepticism, lots of people didn’t think she was right for Victoria’s Secret and yet she’s still with them and doing quite well,” orchidee replied. “You can’t expect cosmetics companies to keep booking girls who all look the same and are ‘typical’ beauty girls. It’s about expanding and changing expectations of beauty.” 

KateTheGreatest sees her contract with L’Oreal as an inevitability. “With the way her career is going, it was only a matter of time. Congrats to her, I hope she earns a lot and she sells well. Also, I think she will sell well because by now a lot of people know her (who don’t necessarily follow fashion), she is becoming more and more famous.”

Still, there are some that think there are simply too many girls fronting L’Oreal. “Why not just focus on 3 or 4 girls like Estée Lauder?” Benn98 wondered. I know they’re more commercial, but still. How many women do they actually have on their roster? Nabbing a L’Oreal contract doesn’t mean anything anymore.”

Whether you love or hate L’Oreal’s new move, one thing’s for sure: Karlie Kloss isn’t going anywhere.

Got something to say? Add your two cents to the discussion in our forums

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Designer Roland Mouret Wants You to Have More Sex

Roland Mouret

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Think of the best fashion tips you’ve ever heard. Now throw them out the window. In a recent interview with Red magazine, designer Roland Mouret opened up about his friendship with Victoria Beckham, making the Galaxy dress for “women who need to wear bras” and why he went broke. But it was his honest and empowering insights about style and the female form that really got our attention. Here are our favorite words of wisdom:

On his “training”: “You know, I’ve learnt everything about fashion in bed. I’ve been touching so many bodies to know how to dress them up. I think I translate ‘touch’ into clothes.”

On the real reason we dress up: “There is something about the body shape that’s become part of my signature silhouette. Dresses are for undressing. We all dress up to undress.”

On women’s relationship to their bodies: “They don’t really like their upper arms, oh, and they don’t like their thighs. In fact, most women don’t like a lot about their bodies. We have such a problem with body dysmorphia in our society and women as young as 30 have the impression that they’ve started to lose it. I think it’s weird.”

On what women should do if his dress isn’t doing the trick: “Then you need to have sex. You may lack confidence when you look at yourself in the mirror but the moment you see yourself through the eyes of your lover, you start to change. An outfit can do the trick but having sex with somebody you love is much better.”

Now that’s some style advice we can get into.

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Watch: Rick Owens Doesn’t Sketch or Use Mood Boards

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Image: Getty Images

Rick Owens is gearing up to show his Spring 2015 collection in Paris this week and before the designer’s latest hits the catwalk, The New York Times visited him at his studio in Paris. We discover a lot about Owens’ process – he doesn’t sketch anything and he doesn’t use mood boards to lay out his designs.

Owens says his aversion to the designer staple comes from a desire to keep an air of mystery around his works in progress. “A mood board would just explain too much to everybody,” he says. “I don’t want everybody to know what my composition is about and where my references came from. And also, I don’t want the literal example of my references in front of me. I like having references that are vague that I kind of force myself to have to use as a memory instead of a visual example.”

Watch Owens at work in his studio below.

[via NYT]

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Designer Fleur Wood Releases Second Book ‘Food Fashion Love’

Fleur Wood releases her highly anticipated new book Food Fashion Love today, with the leading Australian designer sharing what inspires and motivates her, as well as divulging insights into the creative process driving her dreamy collections.

You’ll find delicious recipes, the creative mastermind’s knowledge and admiration for vintage treasures, ideas for entertaining and creating, and more in this visually pleasing publication. 

The release of the book is perfectly timed, with Fleur Wood’s Spring 14 range of whimsical florals and feminine tie-dyes dropping in-store now. Just like her collections, this book is one for the dreamers and fashion lovers. (more…)

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