Vogue editor-in-chief Anna Wintour is not known for loving larger women. In fact, she even got Rodarte designers Kate and Laura Mulleavy to see a trainer and go on a diet for a story in the magazine’s April 2008 issue. But it seems as though Wintour is changing her tune. The British, Grammy-nominated singer Adele was recently photographed by Annie Liebovitz for an issue of Vogue, and Wintour took such a liking to her that the editor offered to style her for the Grammy Awards. Hmm… This sounds a lot like the time when Vogue editor-at-large André Leon Talley took Jennifer Hudson under his Balenciaga-designed wing, after she was nominated for an Oscar for “Dreamgirls.” Could it be possible that Vogue has, at last, realized that amazing women come in double-digit sizes? We certainly hope so, because most of us look a whole lot more like Adele in clothes than we do Kate Moss. Now, if Wintour can aid Adele in landing a deal as the face of some fashion house, then we’ll really know that change has come.
|Zoë Saldana In All Her Bare, Beautiful Glory – CELEBUZZ|
|Two-Way Mirrors In Nightclub's Ladies' Bathroom! – Huffington Post|
|6 Ways Sex Makes You More Attractive – YourTango|
|Most Of Us Have No Idea What Our Own Clitorises Are – YourTango|
|7 Things 'Good Parents' Do (That Screw Up Kids For Life) – Cracked|
|Teacher Forced To Resign After Bikini Modeling Photo Surfaces – Huffington Post|