Kendall Jenner is topless on the cover of the July issue of Love magazine, and something about the cover’s kiddie-style layout feels super skeevy to me. Despite the very grownup-looking photo, the font on the cover is really childlike, and the twee little cartoon flowers and snails don’t help either. Beyond the weirdness of referring to an adult woman posing nude as a “girl,” it’s kind of impossible not to make the association that American Girl is also the title of a magazine and doll line for young girls. Ick. It’s tough not to think of 18-year-old Kendall as perpetually young because she’s always been the little sister to the other Kardashian ladies, and I know she’s a legal grownup now, but I just can’t get past the creep factor. Does anybody else find it totally offputting? [Huffington Post]
Early last week, LOVE magazine Instagrammed (and later deleted) a photo of Miley Cyrus flashing her nude-colored panties at the camera, a crude dick drawn on the crotch. But would Miley’s Sharpie dick actually make the cover of the magazine’s holiday issue? Remains to be seen, but the mag released this quickie trailer for the issue and sure enough, there goes Miley flashin’ that D at the camera yet again. My only question: did the undies come like that or did Miley customize them herself? [via Dlisted]
Model and actress Liberty Ross has posed naked for LOVE magazine, reminding us that Rupert Sanders is an idiot. It’s also a reminder that models are an ultra-human species: this is what one looks like after popping out a couple of kids and cheating husband’s scandalous affair with a glowering vampire. See more pics in the forums at The Fashion Spot. [NYMag.com]
LOVE magazine is one of our favorites. It’s kind of a fashion magazine for the rest of us. Founded by Katie Grand in 2008, LOVE dared to put unlikely fashion icons like Beth Ditto and transgender model Lea T on its cover. With its fresh fashion perspective , we imagine that the mag’s parties are a really good time. And judging from the pics from Wednesday night’s LOVE Hangover ball, we’re correct.
Recognize the famous face — and body — in this pic? We’ll give you a hint — she plays a super tough character who was in love with a gay guy. And oh yes, she’s all woman.
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Oh, to be a fly on the wall at a photoshoot with Terry Richardson: “Now, bend over the railing and show me your panties … ” Ick, ick, ick. Oh well. She may be a hot mess everywhere else in her life, but at least Lindsay Lohan still remembers her ass is her best asset. [Terry's Diary]
You guys already know how I feel about turning ultra young girls into supermodels. However, I’d be remiss in not letting you know about these three covers of the new issue of Love magazine, featuring Chloe Moretz, Elle Fanning and Hailee Steinfeld. Shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot, each cover features one of the girls in ethereal glowing light, crying. I suppose it has something to do with the heightened emotional state of teenage girldom or something. Mamas, don’t let your babies grow up to be cover models. Check out the two other covers after the jump.[MDX] Keep reading »
Don’t get it twisted. This isn’t two random girls making out in a bar. It’s supermodel Kate Moss kissing transsexual model-of-the-moment Lea T. on the cover of Love magazine. The issue’s theme is androgyny, a look the Brazilian born-male-turned-androgyne Lea T. has come to symbolize in various recent trend pieces. The shot was taken by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. This is hardcore, indeed. [Jezebel] Keep reading »
If you love Love magazine (we do!), then you’ll fall for this handbag collaboration brought to you by wackadoodle designer Jeremy Scott and Longchamp. Really, you will. [Colette] Keep reading »
Indie fashion mag Love has just put out its fourth issue. We got a taste after seeing Gisele done up as a bombshell pin-up cover girl. But wait—that’s only the beginning. Looks like Love knows how to tease an audience, because we keep finding new covers for the same issue. We’ve counted eight cover girls, each categorized by type. There’s Gisele (the bombshell), Alessandra Ambrosio (the angel), Sienna Miller (the pin-up), Rosie Huntington-Whiteley (the siren), Lauren Hutton (the heroine), Agyness Deyn (the rebel), Kelly Brook (the sweetheart), and, um, a doll, Ms. Perfect (the mannequin). Are we missing any? Check out the rest after the jump! Keep reading »