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Watch: Kendall Jenner Shakes It for LOVE’s Advent Calendar

Like we said, Katie Grand loves her some Kendall Jenner and has included her in LOVE magazine’s 2014 advent calendar. Today, the magazine opens Kendall’s door to reveal the young reality starlet cum model’s very special video for the occasion. 

Kendall, clad in a lacy black bra, Santa hat and plaid skirt, strips down to reveal her Christmas skivvies — high-waisted knickers and thigh-high stockings — while shaking her little booty for St. Nick (to Katy Perry’s “California Gurls”). It is the most animated we’ve seen the model, who is smiling, prancing and actually flirting with the camera. 

Watch Kendall move her little tushie in the video above. 

[via LOVE Magazine YouTube]


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This May Be the Most Exciting Collab of the Year

Valentino Fall 2014; Image: IMaxTree

Valentino Fall 2014; Image: IMaxTree

If you want to get the fashion industry’s attention, start by mentioning Valentino and Fornasetti in the same sentence. The two power houses have joined forces this month on a limited-edition collaboration combining Fornasetti’s iconic surrealism with a splash of camo, designed by Maria Grazia Chiuri and Pierpaolo Piccioli, and a hearty dose of “Valentino red.” Fornasetti x Valentino includes one item for each of the five sensesa serving tray, plate, scarf, stool and eyeglasses caseand will debut during a private one-night haute couture exhibit at the Whitney Museum of Modern Art this week. Items will be available to the public beginning December 11 at Valentino’s Fifth Avenue store.

Want a sneak peak? Click on over to our friends at T Magazine.

[via T Magazine]


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Los Angeles Film Critics Association Honors ‘Boyhood’ and ‘The Grand Budapest Hotel’


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The Los Angeles Film Critics Association just unveiled its award winners for this year, and the list features quite a few of the New York Film Critics Circle’s picks. Both awards are noted Oscar predictors, so the similarity of the honorees lends even more credence to possible Oscar nominations in several categories. Unlike other awards, however, the Los Angeles Film Critics Association also breaks down the runners-up in the main categories.

Boyhood once again nabbed best picture with director Richard Linklater scoring a best director nod. Patricia Arquette was also nominated, but in the best actress category as opposed to her previous win in the best supporting actress field for the same role. The runner-up for best actress was Julianne Moore for her turn in Still Alice. J.K. Simmons racked up another best supporting actor victory for Whiplash, but best actor went to Tom Hardy for Locke. Awards will be handed out on January 10 in Los Angeles.

Check out the full list of winners below. (more…)

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Taylor Swift Tops UK’s List of Most Influential in Media

Image: Wenn

Image: Wenn

Forget what you thought about Taylor Swift. The 24-year-old singer wields some serious power. Don’t believe us? Maybe you’ll take The Guardian‘s word for it: Swift landed the tenth spot on its list of most influential people in media. The “Blank Space” singer got a nod from the paper for pulling her entire music catalog from Spotify, a big move considering 25% of Spotify users have listened to her music. 

Swift recently performed at Victoria’s Secret’s first runway show in London, further proving the hold the singer has over the hearts of our neighbors across the pond. Swift is the only woman in the top 10 most influential, with Kim Kardashian, Benedict Cumberbatch, Shonda Rhimes, Katie Grand, Alexandra Shulman and Lena Dunham rounding out the list of 100. 

As for Britain’s top three most influential? They all work for American companies. Google CEO Larry Page, Facebook head Mark Zuckerberg and Apple CEO Tim Cook took the first, second and third spots.

Peep the full list at The Guardian.

[THR via The Guardian]

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Marie Claire Gets Miranda Lambert to Pose Poolside for Its January Cover (Forum Buzz)

We often complain that magazines give us the same recycled cover stars. U.S. Marie Claire, however, has delivered an unexpected choice for its first issue of 2015. Country singer Miranda Lambert poses poolside, photographed by Boe Marion, with Alison Edmond on styling duties. We’re happy to see someone fresh star on a fashion magazine cover, but our forums are not pleased with the result.

US Marie Claire January 2015 Miranda Lambert


Miss Dalloway sure wasn’t pleased as she wrote, “How incredibly ungraceful!” inside the thread the minute the cover surfaced.

“It’s only the January issue, but I think we already have the worst cover of all of 2015. She looks relaxed, yet contorted. Add the cleavage to the mix and that is one sorry cover. Wonder if the contents yield a better photo,” added lavieenrose.

GIVENCHYlover even went so far as to say, “Worst fashion magazine cover ever.”

“That’s the best tagline they could come up with from her interview? How depressing. Also, terrible image and styling,” noted HeatherAnne, disapproving of Marie Claire‘s efforts this month.

Do you notice anything peculiar about the cover shot? Forum member kokobombon sure did: “All I can see is her knee… next to the elbow, looks so freakish.”

“Yikes. This is probably the worst cover I’ve seen from them. Miranda is hardly Shania Twain, don’t understand how she got such a major cover. And what on earth is happening to her lower body? The arm looks the same size as her leg. It reminds me of that Ab Fab episode where Eddie’s shrinking on the plastic surgeon’s bed,” commented Benn98.

“Boobs and freaky-looking bones. In general, why are covers getting worse?” asked tigerrouge.

Share your own opinion of Marie Claire‘s January 2015 cover inside the thread here.

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British Fashion Council Announces This Season’s NEWGEN Winners

A look from Marques'Almeida Spring 2015 via Imaxtree

A look from Marques’Almeida Spring 2015; Image: Imaxtree

Ryan Lo and Ashley Williams — we hope you remember those names because you’re probably going to hear a lot more of them in the future. The British Fashion Council has named the two labels the recipients of its coveted NEWGEN catwalk honor, putting both on the fast track to the forefront of British fashion. The designers will receive a runway sponsorship this season along with 1205 and Marques’Almeida (who won last year as well), and will show their latest wares in February.

Other winners include Sadie Williams and Marta Jakubowski, who received the exhibition sponsorship. Molly Goddard, Claire Barrow, Danielle Romeril and Faustine Steinmetz all shared the presentation sponsorship. Many of these designers won NEWGEN sponsorships last season; Romeril and Steinmetz got one for presentation and Barrow also received one for exhibition. It will definitely be interesting to see how the labels have grown since receiving this support from the BFC.

This crop of NEWGEN designers joins a host of successful past recipients like Alexander McQueen, Mary Katrantzou, Christopher Kane and Simone Rocha. Keep your eyes peeled for what this new class does next. 

[via Vogue UK, BFC]