And Jessica Hart is the second-to-last model featured on the 'Love' advent calendar.
With guest appearances from 'InStyle' editors, Jessica Hart, tacky flash tattoos and Jessica Joffe's impressive range of facial expressions.
And Tory Burch is expanding her European presence.
Learn the name Seafolly right now.
We're only three days into the new year, and the giant jewels have already managed to snag as many covers.
Kick those Monday blues by catching up on the latest fashion news for the day.
What does one give an Angel for Christmas? That's precisely the question we asked some real life Angels -- of the Victoria's Secret variety, that is -- while they were getting glammed up backstage before the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show (airing tonight at 10pm EST on CBS).
Of the many things we assume could get a model fired from the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, trash talking Taylor Swift apparently isn't one of them.
You'd think that after walking in the skin-filled Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, the models would want to, you know, put some clothes on. Yeah... not so much.
Shocking as it may seem, even Angels need help.
If anyone has the power to elevate the ordinary, to make the mundane chic, it's superstar stylist Carine Roitfeld. This is the woman who styled a $9.50 disposable painter's jumpsuit from The Home Depot seven different ways for a striking editorial. The next throwaway item Miss Roitfeld is declaring chic? Dust bags. You know, those flimsy cotton drawstring sacks your fancy bags come in. So why did Roitfeld feature them?
As if the amfAR Gala's red carpet wasn't enough to push you into fashion sensory overload, we now have the night's main event--the all-gold fashion show curated by Carine Roitfeld--to drool over.
If Cannes has the most glamorous red carpet of the year, then the AmFar Gala, held annually during the film festival, is the ultra-ultra glam cherry
'Bikini season' has terrified women for generations. But today's women have an even scarier phenomenon to worry about: Bikini photo season. Because wh
We were all completely blown away by the images released earlier today of Claudia Schiffer's new campaign for Guess, twenty-three years after the German supermodel originally posed for the brand. Two decades later, the lady still looks as Guess-girl flawless as she did back in 1989, before she attained her supermodel status. It got us to thinking: In the thirty years of Guess's existence, which other big-names got their industry start modeling for the brand? We did a little digging, and as it turns out, there have been quite a few more than you might Guess (ha!). It seems like Victoria's Secret (you know, that other brand known for its seriously sexy campaign starlets) has a habit of plucking its Angels from the pool of genetically blessed Guess girls. And then, there have also been a few Guess missteps (coughParis Hilton). Click through for some of the lucky girls who've followed in Claudia's well-pedicured footsteps: Scoring both a Guess contract and the (generally) good career fortune that seems to follow, with a few exceptions.
We're still trying to wrap our heads around this one: Some kind of brawl involving 'eff yous,' fisticuffs, big time models (former Victoria's secret model Jessica Hart, Natasha Poly, and Anja Rubik), royalty (Monaco Prince Pierre Casiraghi) and other assorted fancy rich people (shipping heir and Paris Hilton ex Stavros Niarchos and Vladimir Restoin Roitfeld) broke out early Saturday morning outside NYC club Double Seven, the New York Post is reporting. Here's what went down, according to the tab:
Obviously, as fashion-obsessives, we're a little nutty about models. We're also pretty into blogging. And tweeting. Oh, and Tumbling, too. With that said, it shouldn't be a surprise that we really adore the Supes that gratuitously plaster themselves all over the web. Some are incredibly savvy (whaddup, Coco?); some just run a hilarious Twitter. Either way, these accounts should all be on your must-follow list. Click through for the full list, and let us know if we missed your favorite internet-obsessed model.