RACHAEL RUDDICK is the latest accessory star: She is sexy, Australian and from Tasmania to boot! Continue reading “Rachel Ruddick is hot!” »
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Naomi Campbell’s well-practiced snarl has found a perfect new outlet: The Fall ‘11 Givenchy campaign, shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Continue reading “Naomi snarls for Givenchy” »
Charlotte Payne’s job as a New York fashion model from the 1940s to the 1960s was to draw attention to apparel and not herself. Continue reading “The anonymous Ms. Payne” »
Thom Browne showed his spring and summer 2012 menswear collection in the intimate venue of the famed Maxim’s restaurant on Rue Royale, and it kicked off with the clink of Champagne glasses and to the strains of “Willkommen” from Kander and Ebb’s “Cabaret.” Continue reading “The wacky mr. Browne…on trampoline” »
Colin, Clin to his friends, Oscar winning actor a la portman, is he the new sex icon?…Move over Lady Gaga, Colin is the the man!
Somehow we start out talking about Auguste Rodin and Kurt Cobain. “They have the same sensibility,” says Guillaume Henry, the 32-year-old designer of Carven. “In honesty, at least.”[..]
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ROME: When Prada made its stock exchange debut in Hong Kong last week, it was the realisation of a dream held for at least a decade by the creators of what has become Italy’s top-selling fashion house. Continue reading “Armani: In Bad Taste” »
Kenzo illuminated the gray, overcast Paris with a Technicolor spring-summer 2012 menswear collection Saturday that breathed summer fun. Continue reading “Kenzo’s tropical vacation” »
Ethiopian model, actress, fashion designer and activist (talking about multi tasking) Liya Kebede has been named the newest face of L’Oreal Paris, following celebs like Beyonce, Jennifer Lopez and Gwen Stefani.
John Galliano career in fashion maybe over but he might have a new career awaiting for him in Las Vegas, Nevada. Continue reading “John Galliano: goodbye fashion hello Vegas” »
With serves reaching 186 km/hour; Serena Williams sliced true her opponent: 61st ranked French player Aravane Rezai to win her first Wimbledon match in defense of her title. Continue reading “Serena scoarches her way to victory” »