Attention Vogue fanatics! The fashion magazine is about to bring another book to a coffee table near you. Vogue Models: The Faces of Fashion is a sort of visual encyclopedia of Wintour‘s most preferred girls: “Combining stunning imagery of each model – from Gisele to Kate Moss to Agyness to Claudia – with a detailed guide of their backgrounds and their individual contributions to the fashion industry, the book is a the ultimate A-Z catalogue of the world’s most famous muses.” Keep reading »
A job at Vogue? No, thank you. But we would love these two pint-sized dolls of editor Anna Wintour and creative director Grace Coddington. Barneys New York commissioned tiny Anna and Grace to be auctioned off on CharityBuzz.com, beginning August 31st, to benefit the NYC AIDS Fund. The anime-eyed pair took two weeks to make and artist Andrew Yang even trimmed Anna’s bob himself! [NY Times] Keep reading »
Meet Jo Calderone (again), Sicilian auto mechanic and cross-dressing alter-ego of Lady Gaga. (Didn’t you hear? An alter-ego is the new must-have accessory of super-stardom.) Jo’s got
himself herself the cover of Japanese Men’s Vogue and claims in a Q&A to be a muscle car fanatic who wants to own her own car shop. See another pic of Jo, after the jump … Keep reading »
Fall in love with Vogue creative director Grace Coddington in “The September Issue”? Lucky us. Some smartypants publisher has convinced Anna Wintour’s right-hand woman to pen a memoir. She’ll share her life as a model in ’60s London and her decades-plus at both British and American Vogue. Grace’s book will be co-written with the former editor-in-chief of Men’s Vogue.
But it’s not all good news in the style section of your local bookstore … Keep reading »
The eternally gorgeous Halle Berry covers Vogue‘s September issue at 43. Inside, she reveals “I refuse to settle” when it comes to love, calls her ex and 2-year-old daughter Nahla’s father, hunktastic actor Gabriel Aubry, an “amazing father,” and pronounces, “If the world wouldn’t persecute me, I’d take nude pictures every day of the week.” Berry is the first black woman to appear on the cover of the magazine’s September issue since Naomi Campbell did so in 1989. That’s a looonng time. [Vogue] Keep reading »
It seems entirely possible that Lindsay Lohan never met a camera she didn’t like. In the most recent issue of Vogue Italy, LiLo does Hollywood chic for fashion photographer Ellen von Unwerth. Here, we get to see what Lohan does at home: lights her cigarette using a gas stove, lounges about while journaling, and single-handedly attempts to keep the animal print trend alive. “I made terrible mistakes, but from whom I learned much,” Lohan told the magazine, according to Google Translate. “Probably why I’m still alive.” Well, the zebra boots aren’t that bad, girlfriend. See more after the jump. Keep reading »