Joan Smalls Stars in Prabal Gurung's Spring Campaign
The model makes her return as the face of the New York-based brand.
Daria Werbowy Covers Harper's Bazaar, We Swoon
Shot by Daniel Jackson in a series of minimalistic looks styled by Alastair McKimm, the model -- wearing a Proenza Schouler dress from the Spring 2014 collection -- is a breath of fresh air, especially for an American magazine.
Gwyneth Paltrow Won't Do Botox Again Because it Made Her Look 'Crazy... Like Joan Rivers'
"It's what makes life interesting, finding the balance between cigarettes and tofu." This and more gems from Gwyneth Paltrow in her May cover story for Harper's Bazaar.
The Best Magazine Covers of 2011
Dont judge a book by its cover... Unless it's a magazine, in which case, sometimes the cover is the deciding factor of whether or not to buy the mag altogether. The best covers of 2011 returned to a new naturalism and a fun aesthetic, like the Lara Stone T cover we're still drooling over, pictured at left. Sure, there's still room for artifice in fashion (see: Stella Tennant on Vogue Italia), but 2011 was a year for reflecting on natural beauties, incredible models, and stellar photography. After toiling over hundred of covers, we're bringing you "The Best" according to us. Did we forget your favorite? Let us know in the comments.
Exclusive: Prabal Gurung On His New Web-Only Campaign, Whether He'll Do a Print Campaign, and Behind-the-Scenes Images
Designer Prabal Gurung has already won the CFDA’s Swarovski Award, masterminded a collaboration with retail juggernaut J. Crew and counts Demi Moore and Michelle Obama as fans, but this fall marks another milestone for the designer: It will be the first season the three-year-old label will advertise. Of course, Gurung does not shy away from trailblazing, and so while this campaign, shot by Daniel Jackson and modeled by Julia Saner, is gorgeous for a number of reasons, it's also innovative as it will only appear only online--a particularly forward-thinking and timely move as newsstand sales continue to decline. "The power of the Internet is enormous and the reach that it has is unparalleled," Gurung said in an email this morning.