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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 Vogue cover shoot. The statements in her interview might just influence the next direction of fashion: “Yeah, I’m almost 40 and I wore a romper today.” Power outfit? “Big shoulder pads, deep v-neck, hot pants, and roller skates.” No, but in all seriousness, Fey never fails to impress as you watch how professionally she poses for photographer Mario Testino, and how beautiful she looks in Prada. [YouTube]
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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] Keep reading »

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 J’s spot on the judging panel. (He’ll be returning to the runway to make young girls from Iowa feel terrible about their inability to walk well in seven-inch heels.) If a high-up Vogue staffer getting in bed with a reality TV show in its 13th season is not a sign of an imminent and fiery end, then we really don’t know what is. Oh, wait, we do: Anna Wintour actually claims she’s OK with Talley’s decision to pimp himself — and, by extension, the Vogue brand– out to TV’s most played-out reality show. Keep reading »

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 comfy than, say, corsets.) A few more shots from the cover shoot, after the jump. [Vogue] Keep reading »

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] Keep reading »

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] 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 »

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 Assembly meeting recently (red, in case you were wondering)?

In the next paragraph, we learn that one day at the State Department Clinton was “wearing no makeup” and looked “tired and cranky.” Fret not, though, because her deputy chief of staff handed her a cosmetics bag and Clinton applied her own mascara, lipstick, blush and powder.

Really, Vogue? I don’t care that Clinton does her own makeup and (still) wears brightly colored pantsuits. Keep reading »

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, she-who-wears-no-pants showed up on set “stark naked except for her white rubber raincoat and some very, very high heels.” It’s only a matter of time, one supposes, before the Lady forsakes clothes altogether, no? The full “Lady Gaga Does Hansel and Gretel” images after the jump. Keep reading »

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