If you’re a star on the level of say, Reese Witherspoon, you get People to publish your wedding photos.
But if you’re Kate Moss, you go Vogue. The supermodel didn’t use any wedding photographer either — star shutterbug Mario Testino captured her wedding to Jamie Hince. Among the Vogue-worthy guest list — Naomi Campbell, Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney and her famous father Paul, Christian Louboutin and Manolo Blahnik (the men, not the brands).
Among the details, there were sixteen bridesmaids and flower girls, including Moss’ eight-year-old daughter Lila Rose Read more… Keep reading »
“I am so romantic about Gypsies. They’re not allowed to do anything until they get married. So they all get married really young, at sixteen. You can’t believe the dresses. They’re like blinging butterflies times 10; they can’t move down the aisle! It’s so genius. I was just watching Jamie, so cute, and I was like, these girls, they just spend their whole life waiting for that day—let’s do it!”
–Kate Moss on what compelled her to walk down the aisle and wed new husband Jamie Hince. Wow, Kate, “My Big Fat Gypsy Wedding”? Really? Sheesh. [Vogue] Keep reading »
You’ve got to wonder, sometimes, what marketing people are thinking when they make decisions like the one Brit company Zazzle made to allow a children’s T-shirt to be sold with the words “Nothing Tastes As Good As Skinny Feels.” When the T first came to light, Zazzle claimed that it was simply “a custom products platform, it enables all users to create their own products that feature their own content. In this way, Zazzle is an outlet for users to express their personal opinions and viewpoints.” In effect, it was simply a platform for users, but not responsible for what users created with its platform. Well, Zazzle’s card has been pulled by Britain’s Advertising Standards Authority, who have deemed the shirts “harmful to children.”
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