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Michelle Obama Looks Stiff On Her New Vogue Cover

Michelle's New Bangs
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What do we think of the First Lady's new bangs? Read More »
Shut Up, Karl
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Karl Lagerfeld harrumphs at the First Lady's hairdo. Read More »
Michelle's Midlife Crisis
The First Lady said she got bangs because she's having a midlife crisis. Read More »
Karl Apologizes
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... for what he said about Michelle Obama's bangs. Read More »
  • How do we feel about Michelle Obama’s latest Vogue cover?  She’s lovely, of course, but her pose looks kind of stiff. It brings to mind those senior year school photos you have to take where you pose awkwardly, right?
  • Guys. They are getting rid of Google Reader. I can’t deal. [Google Blog]
  • But Choco Treasures (a knockoff of banned Kinder Eggs) are going to be legal. So it’s kinda a wash. [Neatorama]
  • Kickstarter raised $2 million for a “Veronica Mars” movie in less than one day. [New York Times]
  • Time to air some dirty laundry: M.I.A. is taking her custody battle with Benjamin Bronfman over Twitter. [Radar Online] Keep reading »

Well Played: When Anna Wintour’s Smiling, The Whole World Smiles With Her

No Anna Memoir!
Anna maintains she won't write a book. Read More »
Anna Talks Vogue
The editor-in-chief tells all regarding her first Vogue cover. Read More »
Well Played: Anna
The Vogue editor's patterned perfection. Read More »

These photo of notoriously purse-lipped Anna Wintour laughing and smiling while walking around Milan are making me giddy with glee. It’s like in high school when you work so hard all year to make your stone-faced digital media teacher show any sign of emotion, and after 8 months of effort, you make a random MS Paint animation of your best friend’s leg falling off, and when you present it to the class he cracks a tiny little smile, and you’re like, “Yes! My work here is done,” and then you stop trying in class and end up getting a B-. Or was that just me? Anyway, Anna looks happy and stylish and generally awesome. My work here is done. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]

Anna Dello Russo Is Still Dressing Like A Lunatic, So All Must Be Right With The World

NYFW Fall 2013: Days 1-2
See collections from Creatures of the Wind, Rachel Comey and more! Read More »
NYFW Fall 2013: Days 3-4
All the looks from days 3 and 4 of NYFW Fall 2013. Read More »
NYFW Fall 2013: Days 5-6
Alexander Wang, Monique Lhuillier, Victoria Beckham, and more! Read More »

This is what Vogue editor Anna Dello Russo wore to New York Fashion Week on Thursday. I repeat, this is what Vogue editor Anna Dello Russo wore to New York Fashion Week on Thursday. She’s deftly combined Raver Explosion with Old Man Golf Chic. And no, neither of those things are real. [Photo: Fame/Flynet]

Beyonce Shares Details About Blue Ivy’s Birth With Vogue

  • Beyonce told Vogue allllll about where her mind was at when she was giving birth to baby Blue Ivy. Apparently they were silently conversing as Blue made her way out Bey’s vajayjay. Yes, indeed. [Evil Beet Gossip]
  • Oh noes. Tom Cruise is apparently having a midlife crisis and losing his hair in the process! Surely OTVIII’s have much more evolved hair follicles than the rest of us and this can’t be true. [Celeb Dirty Laundry]
  • They may be vying for the coveted Best Actress Oscar, but Jessica Chastain insists she does not hate Jennifer Lawrence, who’s bested her at most of the major award shows thus far. Personally, I hope they cancel each other out and Emmanuelle Riva wins for “Amour.” [The Mary Sue]
  • Michelle Money, one of my favorite “Bachelor” kinda-crazies ever, has some breakup advice for you. [YourTango] Keep reading »

This Week In Style: Claudia Schiffer Turned Down An Hermès Namesake Bag

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Tyler Shields is lame. Read More »
Michelle's New Bangs
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What do we think of the First Lady's new bangs? Read More »
Stylish Vegan Shoes
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  • Supermodel and Guess girl Claudia Schiffer revealed that Hermès wished to name a signature handbag after her when she was 22… and she turned them down at her agent’s insistence. Regrets, I’ve had a few… [Telegraph]
  • It is entirely possible that Michelle Obama will appear on the cover of Vogue in the coming months — The Washingtonian reported that a team from the mag was spotted “moving cameras into the residence” (i.e. the White House) for a shoot with Annie Leibovitz. [The Cut]
  • Good news for the crusade against animal testing for cosmetics (in the European Union, at least): a ban preventing the import and sale of any animal-tested products or ingredients will go into effect March 11. Your move, America. [WWD]
  • If you don’t think your baby smells enough like a baby already, Dolce & Gabbana is launching a new (totally safe, alcohol-free) perfume intended to enhance the natural smell of newborns. The fragrance, inspired by “the softness of baby skin, the freshness of baby breath, a mother’s sweet hug, [and] the first smile” will contain notes of citrus, honey, and melon. Now I’m hungry. Not for babies. [BuzzFeed]

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This Hurricane Sandy Spread In Vogue Is Kinda Pushing It

Asma Al-Assad in Vogue
A story on Syria's first lady is removed from Vogue's archives. Read More »
NY Mag's Sandy Cover
An incredible, and devastating, photograph. Read More »
Vogue Italia's Haute Mess
Being so haute can get a little messy. Read More »

Vogue isn’t exactly known for its sensitivity to, um, sensitive issues, and that’s fine. It is, after all, a fashion and society magazine, not The Atlantic. But every once in a while the international publication comes at us with something controversial, something so tone-deaf (see: longtime contributor Joan Juliet Buck’s complimentary portrait of Syrian first lady Asma al-Assad just prior to the Arab Spring) that the public at large just can’t help but take note. As for this Hurricane Sandy-inspired editorial, which was just released today, I can’t decide where I stand: am I cool with it because they’re honoring the first responders and other such “heroes,” or am I outraged because a) they’ve juxtaposed top models in designer dresses with members from the neonatal ICU at Bellevue Hospital who were forced to evacuate their patients when a backup generator gave out or b) people are still suffering from the impact of the storm? Well, I’m not easily offended (I don’t think), and Vogue and the CFDA did in fact raise close to $2 million for relief efforts… So I don’t know. It’s not glaringly irresponsible, it’s just, as one commenter put it, “kinda tasteless.” What do you think? [Fashionista]

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