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Sandra Bullock Rocks A Shaggy Mullet On The Cover Of Vogue

Sandra Bullock Rocks A Shaggy Mullet On The Cover Of Vogue

Carol Brady called, she wants her wig back. Sandra Bullock looks luminescent (that’s good right?) on the cover of the October issue of Vogue, but sweet mother of God, what is happening with the hair? I can’t see Anna Wintour approving of this. Maybe she was out sick that day. [Celebuzz]

Jennifer Lawrence And Nicholas Hoult Might Have Split Because Of Her Kitchen Sponge Obsession

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Peter Dinklage, Jennifer Lawrence & Nicholas Hoult Attempt To Confuse Us
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Jennifer Lawrence and friend in Hawaii.
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“I wake up earlier in the morning when I have new sponges. That counter doesn’t even see it coming … [Nicholas] would never wring them out. We were in the kitchen once, and I picked up the sponge, and it was soapy and wet, and I was like, ‘See?’ These are the kinds of things that make me think we are never going to work.”

– Jennifer Lawrence goes off on her sponge obsession in Vogue and inadvertently gives clues about the (brief?) demise of her relationship with Nicholas Hoult. (They’re maybe back together.) Well, kind of. God, she’s quirky, but I love it. In addition to her “faith in sponges” she revealed that she has “nightmares about 13-year-olds” because they terrify her and that she was a big, anxious “weirdo” with a fear of field trips and recess when she was a kid. She admits to announcing to her entire class that she wet the bed or gotten a bad haircut while on a cruise, just to see how they’d react. Weird anxieties aside, she has a point though. It’s rough when you and your partner have different ideas about how to use a sponge. [Vogue]

Jennifer Lawrence Got Shot Down Dancing With Jennifer Lopez

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  • Jennifer Lawrence is the loveliest on the cover of Vogue, for which she went on a “seven-hour bender” with the reporter. Among the many, many perfect anecdotes is a story about how she once tried to dance with Jennifer Lopez at a party and J.Lo shot J.Law down, saying, “Thanks, I’m just gonna watch.” [Fashionista]
  • Last night, Harry Styles twerked at the Teen Choice Awards … [Crushable]
  • … and Rebel Wilson got bleeped while making a joke about One Direction. [Crushable]
  • Johnny Weir, the gayest figure skater in the history of gay figure skaters, said he’s prepared to get arrested at the Winter Olympics in Russia, where homosexuality is illegal. [Raw Story] Keep reading »

Andre Leon Talley Won’t Dip His Quill In The Company Ink

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Did the Vogue editor score his own show on Bravo? Read More »
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The editor-in-chief tells all regarding her first Vogue cover. Read More »
Andre on "ANTM"
A tribute to his best "Top Model" moments. Read More »
Andre on Money
The former Vogue editor offers his money-saving tips. Read More »

“No, no, no. I was just into my magazines and the drawings. I had a very strict upbringing, almost puritanical. I lived there all the way through college. I was in my grandmother’s house, and I respected that! [I] had very gay experiences, yes, I swear on my grandmother’s grave that I never slept with a single designer in my life. Never, ever desired, never was asked, never was approached, never, ever bought, in my entire career. Never. Not one. Skinny or fat. Never.”

– Vogue editor and muumuu-wearer extraordinaire Andre Leon Talley, who rejects the label “gay,” says that he’s fallen in love twice, both times with women (and neither of them Anna Wintour). As for his relationship with Wintour, Talley says “I wouldn’t have stayed at Vogue as long as I did without Anna being there. She was my biggest ally. There could not have been another way.” And also: “Ms. Wintour has had her bob since she was in her 20s. I have never seen her hair pulled back. Never. Not even at tennis.” [Vanity Fair]

Oh Noes! Claire Danes Lost A Leg To Photoshop!

  • Help! “Homeland”‘s Claire Danes lost a leg in her recent Vogue photoshoot. [Evil Beet Gossip]
  • In case you were wondering where Anthony Weiner’s former sexting parter Lisa Weiss stands on his bid for governor, she says he should not resign. [Celebuzz]
  • Are you having a quarter-life crisis? These GIFs will help you figure it out. [Tres Sugar]
  • Umm, there’s a “Hunger Games”-themed summer camp in Florida and I want to go! [The Mary Sue]
  • Nina Dobrev — who I can never distinguish from her doppelganger Victoria Justice — told Cosmo that she’s not a “one-night stand type of girl.” [Socialite Life] Keep reading »

22 Spot-On Quotes From Fashion Icon & Former Vogue Editor Diana Vreeland

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Quote: Diana Vreeland
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Words of Wisdom from Diana Vreeland

Diana Vreeland was a groundbreaking editor, fashion legend and inveterate tastemaker. She worked as an editor with Harper’s Bazaar and spent 20 years there before switching over to become the editor of Vogue,  and ended her career as a curator and consultant at the Costume Institute of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Think of her as Anna Wintour before Anna Wintour.

In her time, Vreeland was basically at the center of the socialite universe — dressed by Chanel and Balenciaga; friends with everyone from Jack Nicholson to Cole Porter to Wallis Simpson and Jackie Kennedy; privy to an audience with the King of England. She traveled extensively, which is where she picked up a lot of her favorite style inspirations including thong sandals (which didn’t exist in the West until she brought them  over from Tunisia) and animal prints. She wasn’t considered conventionally beautiful — in fact, her mother once scathingly told her, “It’s too bad that you have such a beautiful sister and that you are so extremely ugly and so terribly jealous of her.” She also, clearly, had a terrible mother.

Vreeland had a reputation for being tough to work with, but her vision was strong and her influence widespread.  She helped launch the careers of models like Twiggy, Edie Sedgwick and Cher, and photographer Richard Avedon (of whom she misnamed “Aberdeen”).  She was smart––and she got results, transforming Vogue into a high-fashion thinking woman’s magazine.

She was also really witty. You know that common turn of phrase, “_____ is the new ____?” She invented that. Her 1984 memoir DV is filled with witty bon mots, hilarious turns of phrase and moments of genius. After the jump, 22 of our favorite Vreeland quotes. Keep reading »

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