It has appeared on a range of magazine covers, in-book features and spreads.
Plus, Dior is going green for its upcoming show.
The 16-year-old is the Waterhouse family's latest pretty face to watch.
We hope your bags and backs are ready because it's nearly that time of year again! That's right--the September issues are upon us! As Candy Pratt's
A new exhibit, "Valentino: Master of Couture," will open up at the Somerset House in November focusing on the haute couture collections of the storied
Yesterday Claudia Schiffer's new Guess ad made headlines--at 41 the supermodel looks almost exactly the same as she did when she first modeled for t
The British press--and let's face it, pretty much everyone else, too--wants Kate Middleton to be pregnant. Every time her hand grazes her belly, reports surface that it's a baby bump. Just think for a minute about the bump watch frenzy that will accompany that blessed event. While no one knows whether or not the Duchess is up the duff carrying royal progeny, Tatler magazine decided to devote its February cover to her, titled "What to Expect When You're Expecting." Not surprisingly, the Duchess didn't sit for the cover portrait according to WWD--it's a file photo. The spread inside (below) shows a glowingly happy KMid and some month-by-month tips for how to deal with her pregnancy in the spotlight. We got our hands on the full article, and pulled out some of the many the funny bits:
Pippa Middleton graces the cover of popular British glossy Tatler's August issue. The mag chose a black and white photo of Pippa from the Royal Wedding for the cover, surrounding her face in brightly colored flowers. Pippa's older sister got the Tatler cover treatment back in February when the mag Warhol-ed one of the Duchess of Cambridge's engagement photos. The covers are fun but we can't wait until a fashion mag produces a real editorial with either Middleton sister.
Marissa Cooper? Is that you? Mischa Barton hasn't looked like Marissa Cooper, the OC character that made her famous, in a while. Lately, all we've seen of the actress are unflattering paparazzi shots focusing on Barton's questionable sartorial choices and fluctuating weight. She made headlines when she was placed on '5150' involuntary psychiatric hold last year during the filming of Beautiful Life (which was canceled after two episodes). In 2007 she was arrested on a DUI and charged with possession of marijuana. But as Tatler's January covergirl, Barton looks more like the glamorous small screen starlet we used to know and love. She also opened up to the mag about being placed under psychiatric hold. Apparently a bad reaction after having her wisdom teeth removed is to blame.
This week in Editorial Musical Chairs, we have some pretty major changes. Perhaps most notably, Sally Singer made her first couple of major hires at T. She brought on her friend Michelle Kessler-Sanders as fashion director, squashing those Meredith Melling-Burke rumors. She also snapped up former V/V Man editor Jacob Brown as T's new features director. He will replace Armand Limnander, who, as we've already reported, followed Stefano Tonchi to W. Also big news - both WSJ and Vogue Russia have new Editors in Chief. Deborah Needleman, former EIC of Domino (R.I.P.), will take on the head role at WSJ. Aliona Doletskaya resigned as EIC of Vogue Russia just last week and they've already found a replacement in former Tatler Russia EIC Victoria Davydova.