Burberry Beauty's newly minted Global Beauty Director on her first big break, where she finds inspiration and working with Marilyn Manson.
It is full of beautiful people, after all.
These fake Saint Laurent campaign images dreamed up by VFiles (including Amanda Bynes, Charlie Sheen and Lindsay Lohan) are making our day. Obvi this would never really happen (right?) but Lohan "would die" if it did. Click through to see them all, plus a few of our own. Angela Chase for Saint Laurent anyone?
File this one under things we saw coming: Courtney Love is the face of Hedi Slimane's latest campaign for Saint Laurent. And so is Kim Gordon, Marilyn Manson, and Ariel Pink. Hedi Slimane sure does love a rock star.
Alongside Saskia de Brauw, Manson apparently stars in the label's Hedi Slimane-lensed spring menswear campaign.
LOS ANGELES--Last night Miu Miu pulled out all the stops to celebrate the launch of their "Noir" sunglasses collation with an over-the-top '40s-themed bash at an enormous villa in the Hollywood Hills (apparently they film parts of Entourage there). The brand wrangled so many celebs--from campaign star Hailee Steinfeld (who was joined at the hip to new BFF Tavi Gevinson) to Diane Kruger to Smith Jerrod Jason Lewis to Marilyn Manson (yes, he was really there and he came with China Chow)--it was nearly impossible to avoid bumping into them. The cat-eye '40s-style glasses, which debuted on Miu Miu's fall 2011 runway, were the stars of a short film, Muta, commissioned by the brand. The film, directed by award-winning Argentinian director Lucrecia Martel, premiered last night on a screen suspended in the villa's grand courtyard. It's the second installment in the "Miu Miu Women's Tales Saga," a film series that explores "the feminine love affair with Miu Miu." (Watch the first film directed by Zoe Cassavetes here). Muta is creepy in the best way: models in fall Miu Miu slithered and slinked and occasionally disappeared altogether on a cruise ship--one even contorted to squeeze through a tiny porthole. Only you never saw their faces.