Plus, Snapchat admits to copying filter designs from artists
Plus, Adidas teams up with Juergen Teller and Paul Pogba to publish a limited-edition photography magazine.
Plus, Daphne Guinness releases the video for "The Long Now," the first track out of her debut album "Optimist in Black."
And for the first time in recent retail history, teens are shopping more like their parents.
Bruce Weber shot 10 of the industry's most iconic women for the retailer's latest ads.
What, you mean YOU don't have a couture closet?
Also, Cara Delevingne and Selena Gomez are hanging? Okay.
All the news you need to know from New York Fashion Week (and beyond).
Well, it looks like sexiness runs in the family.
The models revealed more than just a lot of skin. Each one was interviewed about her lenthy career, revealing some interesting tidbits about their rise to success and the '90s modeling industry. For instance...
Over the past 50 years, the U.S. population has become increasingly diverse: According to the most recent census, 36% of the American population now identifies as non-Caucasian--that's in comparison to just 16% in 1970. The idea of what it means to be American and to look American this July 4, 2013, is vastly different than the July 4ths of half a century ago. So how has this changed the American beauty ideals, and, by default, the American modeling industry?
Christy Turlington's modeling comeback--which is beginning to feel like a fall campaign takeover--is in full swing. Last month, we reported Turlington would be returning as the face of Calvin Klein Underwear, 25 years after her first campaign with the brand. And today brings news of two other major campaigns starring the 44-year-old '90s-era supermodel: Jason Wu and Prada.
There's no doubt as to who the model of the season is. Cara Delevingne, in all her goofy-faced glory, has walked damn near every major runway in New York and London, landed her first Vogue UK cover, and commands a massive audience on social media (over 470,000 followers on Twitter, 747,000 on Instagram). And while we know she can walk, today we learned something new about the Brit beauty: She can also sing!
Peter: Snowstorms are so in right now, oh my god they're so chic. Harry: They're hot. More of this, this way...
We've said it before, and we'll say it again: Stephanie Seymour simply does not age. I mean have you seen the parapazzi pictures of her on the beach lately? Seriously. Look at them. So it's not exactly surprising that the 44-year-old looks stunning in Jason Wu's spring 2013 campaign.
18-year-old Peter Brant II may already be fashion royalty and a billionaire in the making--but at the end of the day he still has to answer to his parents: Peter Brant and Stephanie Seymour, who were not exactly amused by their son's 'contingency plan' to 'Kill Obama haha.'
On the one hand, it does look a bit like a '90s Gap ad and we're sure Fashion Spot commenters are complaining about Alt's lackluster styling. But on the other hand, it's kind of amazing. Alt chose a great cast of gals who look awesome together, photographed beautifully by Inez & Vinoodh, and the simple outfits definitely highlight each woman's beauty.
The launch of Carine Roitfeld's new magazine, CR Fashion Book, is mere days away (it hits newsstands on September 13), and in addition to all the teasers and previews we've gotten, today brings two new meaty Carine interviews, complete with new peeks at the cover and editorials. We're starting to wonder...have we seen the whole mag at this point? No matter. We like what we see. From models getting peed on to Carine's supposed beef with Conde Nast (and being banned from using their photogs) here's everything we know about CR without having ever actually laid eyes on it.
Lena Dunham is reportedly dating Fun.'s guitarist Jack Antonoff. This could be beneficial for Dunham's closet, as Jack's sister is designer Rachel Ant
The haute couture shows wrapped last week in Paris, but one last couture collection made its debut yesterday. Dolce & Gabbana staged its first ever
It was only a matter of time before Manhattan socialites Peter and Harry Brant became the subjects of a New York Times profile--and that time has come with both brothers still well within their teen years. Peter, 18 and Harry, 15 are the offspring of supermodel Stephanie Seymour and billionaire Interview publisher Peter Brant. Thus, they're gorgeous, rich, cultured, well-connected and frighteningly mature. They sit front row at fashion shows, fly to Europe on a whim, at have dinner at Azzedina Alaia's house. They've even written about some of these escapades for us!
When Claudia Schiffer's Guess ads dropped yesterday we literally had trouble deciphering between the current ones and the ones from 1989. I mean, the woman has not aged a day! In 23 years! Then today, Christy Turlington goes ahead and shows up on Tatler also preternaturally unchanged. This got us thinking about all our favorite 90s supermodels--Naomi, Cindy, Elle, etc.,--whose modeling careers are still kicking, well into their forties. And it's not hard to see why: The ladies are as gorgeous as they were twenty years ago. And there's nary a boob that has dropped even an inch. Don't believe us? Click through the gallery below for a side-by-side comparison of some of our favorite supermodels today--and way back when.