Last week, Anna Wintour helicoptered across New York just to hang out with Roger Federer at Moet & Chandon's 270th anniversary party (he's the luxury brand's new global ambassador). And that was only the most recent example of the Vogue head's longstanding dedication to tennis--a sport with which fashion has been infatuated for about a century now.
Today the Daily Mail is delighting, as usual, in ripping apart a non-perfect female celebrity. (Do women not work for that paper?) This time it’s Emma Watson, who was caught on film recently without makeup, her skin looking a little stressed. Of course, it’s just been announced that she signed a deal to become Lancome’s new face. The obvious question, which the Mail’s article raises, is: Should someone with bad skin be the face of a cosmetics brand? They never say this, of course, but it’s there.