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An America’s Next Top Model Winner Gets Her Prize

Recognize that pretty/awkward face? It’s Ann Ward, winner of Tyra Banks’ Cycle 15 of “America’s Next Top Model.” Here she is in her as-promised May 2011 Vogue Italia shoot, looking all deer in headlights. For the full spread, click here. Do you think Ann deserved to win? Would Tyra be proud? [Fashin] Keep reading »

In Praise Of The Eyebrow-Free Face

I certainly could never do it, but I do love the otherworldly, sort of feral look that shaving one’s eyebrows gives the face. Take model Guinevere Van Seenus in this Vogue Italia editorial shot by Tim Walker — her brows are so faded out they look nonexistent, and give her face a wild, alien quality. Model Lara Stone’s been rocking the minimal eyebrows look forever. Again, it’s not for every face, but on the women who can pull it off, it’s a very distinctive and daring look. [Behiko] Keep reading »

This Is What A Workaholic Looks Like To Vogue Italia

I don’t speak Italian, but I do believe the word “workaholic” translates globally — it’s the theme of this spread in Italian Vogue‘s October issue. Last time we checked, workaholics didn’t walk around in their bras or look like Stepford Wives who just got back from Cindy Lou Who’s hairdresser. Funny or creepy? Check out some more images after the jump! Keep reading »

“ANTM” Cycle 15 Winner Gets Vogue Italia Photoshoot

The winner of next season’s “America’s Next Top Model” can look forward to the standard prizes — a contract with a major modeling agency, up close and personal views of Miss Jay’s legs — but also an Italian Vogue cover. “ANTM” followers will know that the standard editorial prize offering is a shoot with Seventeen and the switch to Vogue is a major upgrade. Don’t get us wrong, Seventeen is a decent magazine, but it’s no Vogue Italia. Where Seventeen features models trying to make it, Vogue is more or less for the ones who’ve already arrived. Given that “ANTM” has always claimed to be a career-maker but generally had limited success in actually launching a successful career, this seems like a step towards making good on the promise of being a real supermodel machine. [NY Post] Keep reading »

Models Photograph … Themselves?

In another ode to social networking technology, Vogue Italia has devoted its entire December 2009 cover to the magic that is Twitter and Twit pics. (Previously, Steven Meisel created the January 2007 issue inspired by YouTube and webcams.) The result is pretty rad—a new feel for a cover, actually, with all the cropped shots. Relative unknown, Kasia Struss, poses for, er, herself, alongside major models Lara Stone, Natalia Vodianova, Christy Turlington—and, surprisingly, the about-to-give-birth Gisele (looking as gorg as ever). Must have saved bundles on the photography budget for that month! [Fashionologie] Keep reading »

Topless Rihanna Does Extreme Couture

Dayum, girl! Here’s a first look at Rihanna‘s much-hyped layout for Vogue Italia shot by Steven Klein: “Extreme Couture.” Last week, we showed you the cover. Now, we’ve got the spread. Shot in black, white, and platinum, with a lone streak of turquoise, these are some of the boldest, most beautiful pics of Rihanna that we’ve seen thus far. After the jump, more images, and RiRi rocks the pasties. [Fashion Copious] Keep reading »

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