If only we could see her face.
Ms. Wintour and Mr. Combs, via the Village Voice.
Yes, you read that headline right. Anna Wintour, Andre Leon Talley, as well as Marc Jacobs, Isaac Mizrahi, Tommy Hilfiger and Zac Posen all have speaking parts on Diddy's latest album Last Train to Paris, out December 14. We know this because, strangely enough, Vogue.com (you know, the place one goes to hear new rap), got an exclusive preview of the album, which you can listen to here. Yet the Vogue/Diddy connection is not quite as tenuous as it seems.
The Met Ball is like the Oscars for the fashion industry: all the best people in all the best dresses. This year's theme, punk, presents an interesting conundrum: will people go all out, liberty spikes and Givenchy nose rings and all, or just throw some studs on a Chanel suit and call it pseudo-punk? We're hoping for the former, and so in the spirit of going the distance, we've picked out our favorite punk fashions and paired them with Met Ball regulars like Anna Wintour and Julianne Moore and some fantasy guests (Bjork, anyone?). Click through to see the looks we want to see on the red carpet, and let us know what you're hoping for in the comments.
For the past few weeks, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West haven't missed a chance to flaunt their new publicity stunt coupledom, appearing together at various public outings and events. So we assumed that Kim would attend the Met Ball alongside her fashion snob hubby Kanye--but come the big night, the reality star was nowhere to be found. So, what happened? Could Kardashian have actually, gasp, chosen not to attend an event? Did KimYe have a fight? According to Radar Online (so, um, believe what you will...), it was neither: