Kate Moss makes history with Vogue!
It seems the big wigs at Vogue can’t get enough of high-fashion supermodel, Kate Moss. The British beauty sparkles on the May cover of yet another copy of British Vogue, wearing a shimmering fringed jacket and pleated skirt glittered with stars, and both from Topshop.
This unveiling makes it Kate’s 35th cover. That’s more covers of vogue than anybody else. Take that Kim Kardashian!
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The Hottest Fashions at CinemaCon 2014!
Your favorite stars were dressed to impress for CinemaCon 2014. Shailene Woodley looked dapper on the red carpet, sporting a huge smile after winning the award for Female Star of Tomorrow at the CinemaCon Big Screen Achievement Awards held at the Colosseum at Caesars Palace in Las Vegas on Thursday night.
Is Anna Wintour ready to pass the pitchfork? Although Anna has not officially announced if and when she is stepping down, sources say Sex and the City star, Sarah Jessica Parker, could take over as Vogue editor.
Sarah Jessica became known for her style while staring as Carrie Bradshaw on the HBO hit series, Sex and the City. She is now a fashion icon and has become very close to Anna. The two share the same fashion sense, political ideas, have private lunches, and Anna even gave her advice about her upcoming shoe line.
Although Lena Dunham looks beautiful on the February cover of Vogue, editor-in-chief of the feminist blog Jezebel, Jessica Coen, offered up $10,000 for the untouched photos of Dunham. Coen’s reasoning behind wanting the photos is to show how Vogue digitally alters their photos. Coen explained herself on ablog post on Jezebel, “Her body is real. She is real. And for as lovely as the Vogue pictures are, they’re probably not terribly real.”
Coen didn’t want the photos, shot by Annie Leibovitz, just to show how Dunham really looks without being digitally altered because as Coen wrote, “Our desire to see these images pre-Photoshop is not about seeing what Dunham herself ‘really’ looks like; we can see that every Sunday night or with a cursory Google search. She’s everywhere. We already know what her body looks like.” Coen’s point in wanting to release the photos was to show that Dunham didn’t need all the photoshopping that she claims Vogue does to actresses who appear in the magazine.
Kate Moss is going behind the pages of Vogue magazine as a contributing editor. Her first fashion shoot from behind the camera will be featured in British Vogue's upcoming spring 2014 issue. The news also comes after Kate announced her newest collaboration with Topshop which will also premiere in stores this spring 2014.
As a contributing editor, Kate will be lending her creative eye to produce fashion shoots with her pick of models and photographers. Everyone is already buzzing about who she could possibly choose!
Don't know what events are going on today, Friday Sept 6, for Fashion Week? Don't worry we have you covered!
What: Join Vogue and H&M at Omar’s for their "Between the Shows" party.
When: Friday, September 6th, 7-10pm
Where: Omar's Restaurant- 21 W 9th St, New York, NY 10011
i-D Magazine Party
What: Celebrating i-D Magazine's September issue release.
When: Friday, September 6, 10pm
Where: ACE Hotel- . 20 W 29th St New York, NY 10001
What: Designer Jason Wu (celebrates the conclusion of the Spring/Summer Presentation.
There is a certain incandescent ambiance in the air as the beloved Fashion Week returns. Fashionistas wait impatiently for the first day to arrive so that they can pull their best ensembles out of hiding and hit the streets for some couture fun. Tinges of uncertainty bounce around every fashion magazine as contributors wonder what each designer will bring to the catwalk that year. However, with the recent elimination of the infamous event, "Fashion's Night Out," one has to wonder, will Fashion Week this year be as exciting? It was said back in February that the Vogue-funded occasion would no longer take place due to the revaluation of the event’s actual significance.
Luxurious hanbags in supple Saffiano leathers, embossed textures, and a myriad of rich pigments, prints, and hues were on display as specialty cocktails flowed and flashbulbs sparked. The collection - inspired by British heritage, tradition and style throughout the decades - included versatile satchels, clutches, and totes in traditional shapes and silhouettes.