Too strong is just strong enough.
So many things learned from this video.
High fashion meets highly freezing water.
Can you guess which actor nailed it??
Model Emma Appleton tweeted a message suggesting that Richardson would not book her for a Vogue shoot unless she slept with him. Vogue spokeswoman: “We have no plans to work with him in the future.”
Is that it? Is fashion over now? Did she just say “shut it down?” Do we have to be naked now?!
As Twitter heads for its public market debut, the company is facing criticism for not having any women on its board. Here are 12 female executives we think would make excellent directors.
We’re officially halfway done with “fashion month.” Spoiler alert! Lots of Kelly Osbourne ahead.
This cover of STYLIST magazine is just lovely. Grace Coddington is there too!
Cats, dogs, sports cars, Kanye — it’s all there. Oh yes, and CLOTHES too, lots of nice clothes.
Sorry, V, but how could anyone concentrate on the clothes with this insane cuteness sitting in the front row?!
Inspired by Anna Wintour, the season’s latest trend is #Voguestagram.
Take a bite out of Anna Wintour’s face. Literally!
None of these celebrities have fronted the American fashion magazine yet*. But as these covers show, they all really should.
In a list of 88 best-dressed Met Gala guests, Kim was noticeably cropped out of Kanye’s photo.
A studded leather Givenchy skirt, at that. And, as if he knew the world would be snarking on her floral gown, he gave Kim Kardashian a special shout-out mid-show.
Look out for Anna, punky SJP, and more safety pins than you can count. Also, watch the red-carpet livestream in full over at Vogue.com
Some fashion people treat their work as though they’re dealing with nuclear secrets. And well, that’s just wrong.
They care about their customers’ embarrassment in yoga class. You can’t say that about many companies, much less people.
It’s the “all natural” (and I might add “all weird”) alternative to Botox.
Now that she’s artistic director across titles… TENNIS, anyone?
This woman is writing her own pregnancy dress code — from peplum pants to leather leggings to the world’s most painful-looking shoes, she’s determined not to have a casual day, ever. Her resilience is amazing.
“Anna Wintour would rather wear a Juicy Couture tracksuit with Crocs than even speak Kim Kartrashian’s name.”
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Insiders wonder if Condé Nast promoted the Vogue editor in order to prevent her from leaving the company for another opportunity.