I can’t be the only one who looked at the image before the text, right? I mean…I am positive that the Calvin Klein-wearing woman on W Magazine’s October 2011 cover is Mila Kunis. According to the accompanying text, this is simply a case of “Photoshop Strikes Again“, as the hands that grasp Timberlake (or “Lake”, as you’ll late seer) belong to Amanda Seyfried.
The duo’s editorial portion of the October issue features ‘President‘ Justin Timberlake with First Lady/“The Other Woman” Amanda Seyfried with full-on political prowess. The shoot was lensed by Michael Thompson and styled by Edward Enninful. View Post
I am so happy! I hope you’re happy, too! If not – let Arthur Elgort‘s photoshoot for the September 2011 issue of Japanese Vogue make you happy! It is full of Giovanna Battaglia-styled Fall/Winter 2011 goodness from Burberry Prorsum, Dolce & Gabbana, Louis Vuitton, Prada, Lanvin, Calvin Klein, Fendi and more. “In Love With The City” is street style at it’s most impressive. If that’s not enough to make you smile, then Karlie Kloss will surely do the trick. View Post
As part promotion of the final cinematic chapter of Harry Potter – Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 2 – there is quite a bit of Emma Watson in US Vogue‘s July 2011 issue (shot by Mario Testino). Her cover and spread are filled with the best of Fall/Winter 2011; Prada to Tom Ford, Aquilano.Rimondi, Calvin Klein, Dolce & Gabbana, and many more.
The “Emma Watson’s New Day” photos are so breathtaking that I barely noticed the male models – Jeremy Irvine, Luke Treadaway, and Tom Hughes – were there.
See the rest of the spread and part of her interview below! View Post
Last night, New York’s “Mildred Pierce” premiere brought us a stunning Kate Winslet. She opted for a recent runway look by sporting a stretched black, cut-out dot Stella McCartney Fall/Winter 2011 dress. Combining such a body-skimming garment with her curvaceous figure and new peroxide hair, you have to wonder why anyone insists on airbrushing the bombshell. Her black and nude strappy heels were also Stella McCartney, and her gold tube clutch was designed by Calvin Klein.
The Golden Globes were pretty impressive this year; even the bad dresses were good. Third favourite? Olivia Wilde in Marchesa and Christian Louboutin. Clashing and unapologetic as an ensemble should ever be. Now for first and second! View Post