Lady Gaga Covers the October 2018 Issue of 'Vogue'
A (cover) star is born.
A (cover) star is born.
Here's why the industry should actively push for more women behind the lens.
The beloved actress is joined by Sasheer Zamata and Tavi Gevinson as the faces of Kate Spade's new fragrance.
Christy Turlington, Adwoa Aboah, Teddy Quinlivan, Paloma Elsesser, Dara Allen and Cameron Russell are all part of "The Radical Issue."
The French publication is closing out 2017 with a bang.
Plus, rumors that Virgil Abloh is headed to Versace.
And apparently, they embrace gender fluidity!
It looks like the Wang Squad had a little too much fun last night.
Plus, Raquel Zimmermann stars in Isabel Marant's spring 2016 campaign by Inez & Vinoodh.
Signaling a new direction, the British brand changed up its photographer and its model to promote its spring 2015 collection.
And Saks Fifth Avenue claims discriminating against trans employees is legal.
And Cate Blanchett wore Crocs.
It's all about the hair.
It's a family affair -- a really, really good-looking one.
It's one of the first campaigns of the season to be released, but it's already a contender for our favorite.
Those dark and twisted Hitchcock heroines we saw in Miu Miu's spring 2013 show are back for the Inez and Vinoodh-lensed campaign, and we suspect they've got something up their sleeves.
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.
It happens every year: Our ever-growing pile of fashion magazines inches higher with each passing month, and by the time December rolls around, we can barely sift through the hundreds of stylish images we bookmarked for inspiration. 2011 was no exception, and in a year that celebrated retro supermodels, androgyny, vivid colors, and plenty of experimentation in the beauty department, choosing our favorites was particularly difficult. The best editorials of the year ran the gamut from huge ensemble casts of blue-chip models styled by greats like Katie Grand and Carine Roitfeld, to intimate, one-on-one portraits of our favorite girls like Lindsey Wixson and Daria Werbowy. The acid brights that dominated the spring collections allowed for some pretty trippy trend stories last season, but the fall glossies featured much moodier imagery, with a number of gorgeous spreads in black and white. Here are the editorials from 2011 that will stay tacked up on our walls and fill our inspiration boards well into the new year—and beyond.
This may be the first time Lady Gaga has covered a magazine whose outrageousness has nothing to with her. Sure, she's dressed in a mermaid oufit but when isn't she? Gaga was shot by Inez & Vindoodh and styled by Nicola Formichetti for the front and back covers of the latest Visionaire, the LARGER THAN LIFE issue, which just happens to break the Guinness World Record for largest magazine ever--twice. The "standard" issue is just a regular old 3 X 4 feet, but the deluxe edition, of which there are only 250 available, is 5 x 7 feet. It's not even life-size; it's actually larger than a person.
Balmain--and its new diffusion line Pierre Balmain--is all about rock n' roll. So who better to embody that sensibility than the awesomely rad, plat