Kim Jones Turns to the Bloomsbury Set — and His Famous Muses — for Fendi Debut
It's his first time officially designing not only womenswear, but also haute couture.
What Cara Delevingne, Nina Dobrev, Karlie Kloss and More Wore to Dior's Fall 2020 Show
See all the best celeb FROW looks.
See the Best Dressed Celebrities From New York Fashion Week Fall 2020
The best of the front rows, from Tom Ford to Marc Jacobs.
Let Sundance's Best Outfits Inspire Your Winter Wardrobe
See all the coolest red carpet looks from the coldest film festival.
Serena Williams Strips Down for an Instantly Iconic Pregnant 'Vanity Fair' Cover
Photographed by Annie Leibovitz, of course.
Michelle Obama and Jennifer Aniston Inspire 4000% Increase in Upper Arm Plastic Surgery
The American Society of Plastic Surgeons (ASPS) released its annual report yesterday and, according to the group, elective upper arm surgery is one of the fastest growing plastic surgery trends. The ASPS presented some poll data that gives a hint about why the procedure, which leaves a visible scar from your elbow to your armpit, has become so popular, and of course it involves celebrities. “Celebrities from the White House to the red carpet may be having an influence," the ASPS reports.
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Rooney Mara in Alexander McQueen, Elle Fanning in Rochas and More
In McQueen and Peter Som, respectively, Rooney and Kate Mara basically proved that great style is genetic.
Why We Want to Party with Demi Moore, Her Cat, and Possibly Martha Stewart: A Narrative
Whatever fun you think you've engaged in this past week, it's basically a fact that it hasn't been as awesome as the fun Demi Moore's been having at Art Basel. Unless, maybe, you're Martha Stewart...
Demi Moore, Martha Stewart and the Brant Brothers Get Sandy at Chanel's Art Basel Bash
The tented setting at last night's Chanel Art Basel party gave the whole evening a wedding vibe (albeit a very fashionable one)--as did the evening's soundtrack, which tended towards songs like "Son of a Preacher Man," "Satisfaction," and "Shout," and packed the dance floor. Adriana Lima was there, looking as gorgeous as if she'd just stepped off the Victoria's Secret runway. So was Naomi Campbell, and Martha Stewart, and Demi Moore--who looked like she was having a really good time getting cozy with Lenny Kravitz and grooving in her seat in the VIP section. At some point she even found a cat to cuddle, which would obviously enhance anyone's night.
A History of Naked, Pregnant Celebs on Magazine Covers
Earlier today, the Internet was all a flutter with the newly released nudie pics of an extremely pregnant (it's been what, ten months now?) Jessica Simpson on the cover of Elle. The April 2012 spread was photographed by Carter Smith and styled by Joe Zee, but they clearly got some inspiration, elsewhere. Since Annie Leibovitz shot a naked and pregnant Demi Moore for Vanity Fair twenty-one years ago, it seems like pregnant celebs everywhere have been clamoring to strip down for the newsstands.n At this point, it's practically a right of passage for expectant stars, as well as an informal announcement that "exclusive first baby pictures!" will be shopped around in the near future. Is pregnancy a valid excuse for famous women (most of whom would scoff at an offer from Playboy in normal circumstances) to take it all off? Take a look at our investigation of the fascinating (and at times, extremely uncomfortable) history of the naked, pregnant magazine cover. Do you think it's a celebration or just exploitation? And does a pregnant naked person really make you want to buy a magazine? We want to hear what you think.