Two young girls were having their photos taken in the park with photographer Sarah Bailey when the unthinkable happened: Taylor Swift came jogging along and joined in on their shoot, which is probably (and unfortunately) the coolest thing that will ever happen to them, ever.
Wearing a Notre Dame hoodie, grey spandex pants, sneakers, and lipstick (obviously) Taylor looked pretty damn good, and even suggested some poses for them to try together. Basically, Taylor makes dreams come true. Check out some more pics from their photo shoot after the jump! [Daily Mail] Keep reading »
I understand that the inspiration for these photos, shot by photographer/director Hype Williams, was Diana Ross. But, that’s not what it looks like to me. Click through to see what I think the actual inspiration might be ….
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Terry, Terry, he’s so very gross. But yet somehow celeb ladies (and reputable mags and newspapers, ahem New York Times) continue to work with the geezer. The latest collaborator? Rihanna, who did a shoot with Richardson at his Bowery studio on Wednesday. When will these ladies learn? [Terry's Diary]
James Cameron’s films always make a stylistic impact, from “Titanic”‘s Heart of the Ocean to the blue-skinned, pseudo-feline Na’vi people in “Avatar,” so it’s only natural that someone would eventually arrange to depict his instantly recognizable scenes in a high fashion way. In celebration of “Titanic”‘s 3D re-release, Harper’s Bazaar welcomes us to the world of James Cameron, in which model Hailey Clauson (yes, that Hailey Clauson) poses alongside the director’s most iconic images. I can’t help but feel that it’s a little strange to have Clauson, swathed in a pale pink fur and silk gown, leaning against a model of the Titanic (the tragedy of which, you know, actually happened), but the photo is beautifully striking nonetheless. My favorite, though? The model in a sequined ombre Blumarine dress, her skin fading into CGI as Neytiri looks on. [Harper's Bazaar]
Models are typically considered ready to be shipped off to the model glue factory before they even hit 25, but in an editorial for the September issue of W magazine, 37-year-old model Amber Valetta was aged a remarkable 120 years. Shot by photographer Steven Klein, Valetta channeled the timelessness of an age-defying Madonna (it can’t be merely coincidence that the copy refers to our heroine as a “material girl”), and stays sultry and supple–even with more than a century’s worth of wear and tear on her. [Unbreakable Diamond] Keep reading »
It’s no-big-whup news that Lily Allen is starring in the new Chanel campaign. In her first foray into Chanel ads, she did the whole Audrey Hepburn thing. But the new 411: We’ve spotted behind-the-scenes photos from the latest installment, courtesy of The Daily Mail. Lily’s posing with Karl (who’s also working it behind the camera) and rocking a seriously layered ‘do. The Mail claims she’s looking sort of nervous, but I’m calling BS on that—Miss Allen is a photo shoot vet, and knows her way around a camera. Check ‘em out… Keep reading »