We guessed it was only a matter of time before Chrissy Teigen snagged the cover of a mainstream fashion title and Vogue Thailand proudly bags the American-born beauty first. Thai Vogue has been doing quite fine for itself lately according to our forums, having received healthy reviews for its Miranda Kerr cover last month. Continuing its wave of success into January 2016, Chrissy took to the shores of Malibu for the shoot wearing a casual Chanel outfit while posing before the lens of Yu Tsai.
It’s Christmas at Litchfield Penitentiary. The Orange Is the New Black cast spoofed the classic holiday poem “Twas the Night Before Christmas” as only they can. Reading lines like “Twas a night in Litchfield,” Crazy Eyes, Piper and company wake up from sleeping “snug in their bunks” to encounter Santa dropping off presents. Naturally, they rob Mr. Claus and steal all his gifts.
What did Saint Nick bring them? Oh, just Lysol, tampons, library books, eyeliner and porn. The ladies got off scot-free but the warden had the last laugh: “Happy holidays ladies, you’re all getting shots.” Watch the hilarious clip above.
She’s already done things most other models can only dream of and now Anna Ewers adds a campaign for Hugo Boss to her ever-growing portfolio. As the Spring 2016 ads continue to roll out, Boss’ fresh new campaign marks a departure for the brand since it was shot in the great outdoors as opposed to last season’s dark and dingy nightmare. Captured by Dutch photographic duo Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, the model of the year showcases the vibrant collection along with Clément Chabernaud.
Members of our forums welcomed the campaign with open arms. “Oh wow, interesting! I’m getting faint Chloe vibes from Anna’s shot, but I love this. This is the first campaign under [Jason] Wu which I’m instantly mad about,” admired Benn98.
“Amazing! I love the settings and cast. Anything Clément, I’m up for it. His shot is beautiful. Anna’s shot looks nice as well,” simon added. (more…)
Pretty Little Liars has announced that it will end after its seventh season, but not before an Australian mega-hunk makes his way into the series as Hanna’s new fiancé. Sorry Haleb shippers, but if Caleb was going to lose his quest for Hannah (played by Ashley Benson) to anyone, we’re glad it’s this home-grown hottie.
World, meet 30-year-old actor David Coussins, who will be playing Jordan when the second installment of Season 6 returns this January. TV Line reports that, much to our delight, he will be “immersed in the fashion industry, just like his fiancée”, and that his character is “down-to-earth”. Duh, he’s Australian.
As you would’ve seen in the series’ “Five Years Forward” special, Hanna met Jordan while in Europe during the time jump, where she moved after splitting with Caleb in New York. (more…)
Jessica Rowe seems totally relatable, right? According to her Instagram account, she’s a cat lover and, like the rest of us, does not shy away from a slice of pizza. We love her already.
But even though her life looks cuddly and delicious on the outside, the Studio 10 host has unfortunately found herself in the skinny-shaming web, a situation which many celebrities and models, like Bridgette Malcolm and Gigi Hadid, have also been subject to lately.
During a recent interview with Caroline Overington in the latest issue of Australian Women’s Weekly, the author addressed her own skinny-shaming experiences, which include complete strangers commenting on her frame. (more…)
Melissa Rivers has opened up about what it was like to portray her late mother, Joan Rivers, in David O. Russell’s upcoming drama, Joy, alongside Bradley Cooper and Jennifer Lawrence.
Speaking with Vanity Fair, Melissa explained that the Fashion Police star, who passed away unexpectedly last year at 81 years of age, would’ve liked someone like Cate Blanchett or Helen Mirren to play her on film.
“I think she would be a little miffed that they didn’t have Cate Blanchett playing her,” Melissa explained to the publication. “I think she would have wanted Cate or Helen Mirren, had it been in the later years, because, of course, when you think of my mother you think of willowy and English.” (more…)