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Natalia Vodianova And P. Diddy Get Their Train On

Model extraordinaire Natalia Vodianova and international player Sean Combs get all romantic and dreamy but not exactly freaky in this Annie Leibovitz-shot layout from the February 2010 issue of Vogue. It’s a nod to P. Diddy’s upcoming album, Last Train to Paris. More pretty pics after the jump. Keep reading »

You’ll Be Seeing A Lot More Natalia Soon

Russian supermodel Natalia Vodianova is set to have a very busy spring—she’s just signed on to do three major ad campaigns—and us Frisky-folk couldn’t be more pumped up about it. Not only is Natalia set to replace Christy Turlington as the face of Yves Saint Laurent, she’ll apparently also star as the face of next season’s Givenchy ads. Fancy! And I’m not done—she has been signed up by friend Stella McCartney to front the stylish British brand (Natalia made her only catwalk appearance in September for the label). Just in case you’d like to see a little bit more of her, we’ve got the famous Vogue “Alice in Wonderland” editorial, after the jump! Keep reading »

I’m Convinced That Glittery Makeup Can Work In Real Life

We’ve talked about crazy makeup trends before—and even went to the source of this current glittery eyeshadow trend—but up until now, I was totally anti. Sparkle-related makeup was always one of those things that looked great on celebs or in photo shoots, but, for me personally, I couldn’t be convinced of how to pull it off in real life without looking like a disco ball—until now. Witness model Natalia Vodianova’s spread in the new December issue of V (one of the photos is above!). For the first time, it’s do-able glitter—and I think I’m intrigued because here is how it works … Keep reading »

Quick Pic: Laced Up, Way Up

Pretty much the worst idea for an undergarment ever. [Mademoiselle Quincampoix]
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Sneak Peek: Guerlain’s Gorge New Fall Makeup Line

We’re loving Guerlain’s fall/winter makeup line for its beautiful packaging and and soft pink and purple hues. Called “beauté slave,” the compacts feature prints inspired by fabrics worn by Russian princesses (um, we’re guessing “slave” is a play on “Slavic”). It’s a unique turn for the French makeup company, which is usually more traditional, and starring Russian beauty Natalia Vodianova as their cover girl is apt, considering she’s kind of a real-life rags-to-riches “princess.” We’ll be watching to see if sugar plum hues catch on for winter. We hope so — they kinda work, no? [StyleFrizz.com] Keep reading »

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