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Vogue Covers Get Hand-stitched Into Art
British Vogue has just been immortalized in yarn. And embroidery thread. Lost at E Minor tipped us off to artist Inge Jacobsen, who created these incredibly detailed high fashion samples by stitching directly onto British Vogue's glossy covers--recreating Natalia Vodianova and Rosie Huntington-Whiteley’s cleavage with impressive accuracy. Jacobsen says it took her around 40 hours to hand-stitch each cover. Unfortunately Jacobsen's fashion-meets-arts and crafts masterpieces aren't available for purchase until June, as they're part of her final degree show. Click through to see Rosie Huntington-Whiteley in cross stitch. Which cover would you like to see get Jacobsen's hand-stitched treatment?
Katie Grand Advocates Body Diversity, But LOVE's New Covers Aren't Diverse
Katie Grand has always championed that beauty comes in all sizes, great and small. And for her latest issue of bi-annual magazine LOVE, she upholds th
A Preview of Kate Moss's First Assignment as Contributing Fashion Editor of Vogue UK
Kate Moss styled Daria Werbowy in a punk-themed editorial — and then took her out partying afterwards.