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Here’s A Warning: Don’t Pretend To Work At Vogue

Here’s a lesson for everyone out there. If you’re looking for freebies, do not claim that you’re a Vogue editor. Emma Charlton did just that, and now she’s stuck in prison for three years. After convincing an unsuspecting man to marry her, she booked a wedding at the Slaley Hall Hotel in Northumberland, and claimed… More »


It’s The End Of The World As We Know It

Spotted: Uggs in Vogue magazine. Was Anna smoking crack that day? [Twitpic.com] … More »


Brooke Shields’ French Vogue “Lady Cops” Editorial Is Tacky

In what may very well be the saddest display of refusing to let the past go that we’ve ever seen, Brooke Shields posed for this ridiculous French Vogue “Lady Cops” editorial. Based on a made-up TV show, costarring Elaine Irwin and shot by Bruce Weber, the spread is an attempt at campiness that definitely falls… More »


How Thin Is Too Thin?

Discuss. [Vogue France] … More »


Rompers And More: Behind The Scenes At Tina Fey’s Vogue Shoot

How can anyone not love Tina Fey? She’s got the whole package: brains, beauty, talent, fame, fortune, an ability to remain sexy even while singing about ham. Just when you thought you couldn’t squeeze an ounce more of love into your heart, here comes this quick video of the comedic actress at her VogueMore »


Tina Fey Glams Up For “Vogue”

Tina Fey cleans up real good for Vogue, though the J.Lo-cut of that dress really doesn’t look like “her.” Still, the cover line, “American Style Idol: Blake Lively” is the far more questionable choice on this cover. [Vogue] … More »


André Leon Talley Joins “ANTM,” We Predict The Apocalypse

Sorry to be the bearer of bad news, but the world is coming to an end. Bitch all you want about greenhouse gases and a sloppy economy, but we have a far more telling sign to share: Vogue editor-at-large André Leon Talley has signed on for three seasons of “America’s Next Top Model,” taking Miss… More »


The Overall Trend Affects Jessica Biel’s Vogue Shoot

Remember when we got all hot and bothered about the idea that overalls were coming back after spotting them in various spring collections? Well, our worst fears have come to pass, as Jessica Biel is sporting a pair of Ralph Lauren’s farm chic denim in the February issue of Vogue. (Oh well, at least they’re… More »


Sneak Peek: M.I.A. In Vogue

M.I.A. hasn’t really been on the scene since giving birth to Ikhyd last year. But she’s making a comeback draped in gold. Seriously, only this style trailblazer could get away with knuckle rings, bold earrings, fringe bracelets, a statement necklace, a red lip, and polka dot Minx Nails (we suspect). [Fashion Indie] … More »


Quotable: We Pity The Fools Who Call This Woman “Fat”

“People still tell me I’m fat, but when I look in the mirror, that’s not what I see.”Lara Stone, size four model, tells Vogue in their January issue. We shudder to think what kind of person would consider her overweight, much less say so. Someone who eats “crazy pills” instead of real food maybe? [Vogue]
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Rachel McAdams On The Cover Of Vogue: Love It Or Hate It?

Fashionista compares the Rachel McAdams January Vogue cover to Kate Gosselin. We like the retro vibe, although the makeup may be a bit much. What’s your opinion? [Fashionista] … More »


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… More »


Do You Really Care Who Does Hillary Clinton’s Makeup?

Oh, for crying out loud. Hillary Clinton is the Secretary of State, a big and important job in which the president actually listens to what she has to say. So why, then, is the entire first paragraph of a recent Vogue article about Clinton dedicated to the color of her pantsuit at the U.N. General… More »


Lady Gaga Is What’s For Dinner

Lady Gaga parades her way through the December issue of Vogue magazine in a bizarre reenactment of Hansel and Gretel costarring Lily Cole and Andrew Garfield that was shot by Annie Leibovitz. “I’ve always been an outspoken and extreme dresser,” Miss Gaga confesses. You don’t say? At one point, Vogue Creative Director Grace Coddington reveals,… More »


Tour A Vogue Fashion Assistant’s Home

We’ve all seen “The Devil Wears Prada” and caught a glimpse of Anne Hathaway’s character’s perfectly disheveled, and ginorm, downtown NYC apartment. (You wonder, if her boyfriend is a line cook and she’s an assistant, how do they pay the rent? Oh, yeah, it’s a movie.) Well, before you start thinking that movies imitate life,… More »


Vogue Gives Some Highly Questionable Style Advice

Sure, critics say Vogue has lost touch with today’s modern women, but uh, you kinda have to see it (via video) to believe it. In this edition of “60 Seconds To Chic,” host Louise Roe explores how to wear the winter boot. And boy, is it full of gems! There’s the batcrackers your-boss-will-think-you’re-insane first… More »


Anna Wintour Is One Fashionable Politician

Anna Wintour had a very special birthday yesterday. Not only did the Vogue editor turn 60 years old but President Obama hired her for a job! Don’t worry, Anna’s not leaving her masthead position any time soon, but she does have a new title to add to her resume. She’ll join fellow fashionista Sarah Jessica… More »


H1N1 Is The Height Of Fashion

What’s the latest must-have for the forward-thinking fashionista? H1N1, if the latest provocative layout from photographer Steven Klein for Vogue Italia is to be believed. Previously, Klein has used everything from the Iraq war to the NSA to tell his fashion stories, and this new spread from the November issue is no exception. In it,… More »


Fashion’s Night Out—The Sequel

Did you go to Fashion’s Night Out in September? Well we did, and we had lots of fun (and even had the hangovers the next day to prove it). Of course, the question everyone asked after the Anna Wintour-organized extravaganza was “did it work?” because so much of the hype appeared less about shopping, and… More »


Taking Halloween As Seriously As A Wedding

I love Halloween. I want to believe that everyone loves Halloween — like it’s a universal Tim Burton-style Christmas — and that we all come together, unified, for the sake of weirdness and costumes, zombies, vampires, princesses, and gore. I’m torn, though, on whether I love it enough to take Vogue’s costume suggestions. For the… More »


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