Laura Wells and Courtney Wells for Australian CosmopolitanPlus size model Laura Wells and straight size model Courtney Wells stand side by side in a fabulous fashion editorial for the September issue of Cosmopolitan Magazine and they both look gorgeous. While the talk of Laura as a ‘real girl’ seems to slightly defeat the purpose of showcasing different – and both real – sizes, it’s a welcome step forward for Cosmopolitan. View Post

Stefano Tonchi for W…but Vogue-less.

Rumour has it cameras have been trolling the halls of the W offices filming a documentary that will cover the run-up to W’s September issue just four months after Stefano Tonchi was announced as the new Editor in Chief.
Due to be released in October, it all seems a little too much like Anna Wintour’s year-old mega-hit ‘The September Issue‘ which chronicled the very candid and competitive world of Vogue during the build-up of the same issue.

I actually really like Stefano, and feel as though his influence from Self and Esquire may cast a wider net on the audience’s interests than the ultra-elite Vogue flick, though I’ve been expecting more than produced from the past three issues of W.*

*Please keep in mind, I want to be the life partner of Grace Coddington.

Grace Coddington and Anna Wintour

Lady Gaga Kate Moss and Naomi Campbell Word has it, Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss have been sipping on some Haterade.

The two were booked to shoot the cover of the September issue of i-D together, and were then informed that they were to be joined by Lady Gaga.

The Daily Mail reported, ‘Naomi and Kate refused to play second fiddle to Gaga and insisted on having their own retouching done, so they were all shot separately’.

Instead of the trio together, there will now be a special pull-out which will essentially feature three covers.

A fiver says Gaga gets the main.