Skip to main content

Dolce & Gabbana Reportedly Threatens Condé Nast, Daria Werbowy Covers 'WSJ,' Hearst Goes Big for September

Plus, Cara Delevingne has mad soccer skills. Kinda.

Drrrrrama! Dolce & Gabbana has reportedly threatened to pull millions in advertising from Condé Nast in response to a supposed Vanity Fair story on the tax fraud lawsuit that resulted in a $470 million fine and 18 months of jail time. Unless, that is, Anna Wintour uses her power as artistic director to get the story killed. {Page Six}

While we think that there should be an international ban on putting even the tiniest smudge of makeup on Daria Werbowy's perfect face, the supermodel does look pretty great in a polished, natural look on the September cover of WSJ. (As for the fashion: Lots of silks, lots of denim, lots of fur.) Having retired from modeling year-round, Werbowy now splits her year between Peru, Toronto, New York City and West Cork, Ireland — in case you were wondering where she's been. {WSJ}

Hearst has come up with a clever way to give its September issues a sales boost: Packaging Harper's Bazaar, Elle and Marie Claire in one bundle, for the low, low price of $13.99. That is, as Hearst advertises, "over 1,700 pages of fashion." We're curious to see how this deal will go down with customers — and how many people throw their backs out hauling around the cardboard tote. {Instagram}

Further reading: 

Scroll to Continue

Recommended Articles

Some people are still okay with being associated with Terry Richardson, it seems: The singer Sia Furler, for instance, who had the photographer snap her wedding pics. {MTV}

Malia Obama went to Lollapalooza and did not wear a flower crown, for which the nation thanks her. She did, however, look very cute in a sunflower printed dress. {Daily Intel}

Who knew that Cara Delevingne and Suki Waterhouse were such soccer — or rather, football — stars? You do now, after watching this video Delevingne posted to her Instagram. {Instagram}