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Forums Object to i-D Magazine’s Lackluster Punk-Inspired Covers With Ruth Bell and Others (Forum Buzz)

There’s certainly a rebellious attitude running through fashion imagery this season with Jason Wu dramatically switching up his advertising campaign with the edgy Ruth Bell and now i-D magazine‘s latest punk-inspired covers come to light. The British title tapped Ruth for one of its four covers for Pre-Spring 2016, also throwing Fernanda Ly, Janiece Dilone and Frederikke Sofie into the mix. Photographed by Mario Sorrenti, the new kids on the block each play up i-D‘s signature wink, leaving us a little underwhelmed.

i-D Pre-Spring 2016 by Mario Sorrenti


Members of our forums were not buying it. “They could have done a better job making these ‘punk’ and Frederikke looks like she’s in pain from winking,” mocked jnobis straight away.

“Punky, edgy, rebel teens… Groundbreaking, we’ve never seen that before,” posted KateTheGreatest. (more…)

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Kendall Jenner’s Newest Magazine Cover Receives Dismal Reviews From Forum Members

Joining BFF Gigi Hadid at the newsstands this month, Kendall Jenner stars as W Korea‘s newest cover girl. The magazine is usually pretty on point when it comes to delivering original and visually stimulating covers, but our forums aren’t exactly jumping for joy over this month’s offering. To celebrate its 11th anniversary, the title tapped the Estée Lauder spokesperson to pose before the lens of Dutch photographic duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin wearing Louis Vuitton

Per usual, our feisty forum members weren’t shy about voicing their opinions and dislike for Kendall’s modeling abilities. “Even Inez and Vinoodh can’t save Kendull. #GurlBye,” shared a less than impressed GreyVetiver immediately.

“She has the same expression on both her covers, not even the best photographers can help her,” replied KateTheGreatest in agreement. (more…)

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Misty Copeland Recreates Edgar Degas’ Iconic Ballerina Paintings for ‘Harper’s Bazaar’

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Courtesy of Harper’s Bazaar

Harper’s Bazaar and Misty Copeland joined forces for the perfect marriage of fashion, dance, history and art. The first black principal dancer in the American Ballet Theater’s 75-year history, Copeland recreates Edgar Degas’s famous ballerina paintings and Paris Opéra Ballet’s dancer sculptures.

The editorial, which appears in the March issue of Harper’s Bazaar, coincides with a new exhibition at New York’s Museum of Modern Art. “Trying to re-create what Degas did was really difficult,” Copeland admits. “It was amazing just to notice all of the small details but also how he still allows you to feel like there’s movement.” She adds: “That’s what I think is so beautiful and difficult about dance too. You’re trying to strive for this perfection, but you still want people to get that illusion that your line never ends and that you never stop moving.” (more…)

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Chrissy Teigen Has the Best Response Ever to Instagram Trolls Attacking Her Bikini Body

Chrissy Teigen’s Instagram critics never take a day off. They criticize her political affiliation, her Beyoncé stan-dom and even her pregnancy cravings. Now, incredibly, they’re taking aim at her bikini body. After posting a stunning image from her shoot for the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit issue, critics gathered in her comments to rail on her gorgeous frame. They picked apart her beautiful photo with such vitriol that Chrissy felt compelled to respond. (more…)

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ICYMI: Watch SNL’s Hilarious Disaster Spoof ‘The Day Beyoncé Turned Black’

Leave it to Saturday Night Live to call out the ludicrous antics of Beyoncé critics. The backlash following her Formation video release and Super Bowl performance reached a fever pitch with rumors of an anti-Beyoncé protest in front of NFL Headquarters.

Her naysayers, who couldn’t find the time to protest police brutality or poisoned water in Flint, went so far as to compare the Black Panthers to the Ku Klux Klan. They even admonish Beyoncé for marrying rapper Jay Z because he sold drugs once in Brooklyn.  (more…)

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Adidas Responds Perfectly to Homophobic Comments on Instagram


The love you take is equal to the love you make.

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Just when you think the world is headed towards a future of sunshine, rainbows and equality for all, in come the online trolls who do absolute squat for any kind of progression in society.

That’s what happened over Valentine’s Day at least, when fitness brand Adidas posted a photo of two women’s feet facing one another on Instagram, with one perched up for what looks like a kiss. “The love you take is equal to the love you make,” the post read, which apparently opened a door for haters to hate on the LGBTQ community. 

While we do not wish to repeat the discriminatory comments that were made on the post, we do think it’s important to give one heck of a high five to Adidas for its perfect response. Check out what the legendary brand, which has a mass audience of 7.1 million followers, said below: