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FASHION / July 11 2008 11:15 AM

August Magazine Round-up

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If you’re a mag-o-phile (one who likes magazines) like myself then this post is for you. Here is a round-up of the magazines that will be on your newsstands shortly:

US Harper’s Bazaar August 2008 : Jessica Biel by Peter Lindbergh

August Magazine Round up

Allure August 2008 : Victoria Beckham by Michael Thompson

US Elle August 2008 : Mariah Carey

August Magazine Round up

US InStyle August 2008 : by Robert Erdmann

Lucky August 2008 : Leighton Meester

August Magazine Round up

US Marie Claire August 2008 : Maggie Gyllenhaal

August Magazine Round up

US Glamour August 2008 : Christina Aguilera

Interview August 2008 : Eva Mendes by Mikael Jansson

August Magazine Round up

US Cosmopolitan August 2008 : Scarlett Johansson

August Magazine Round up

Vanity Fair August 2008 : Hollywood’s Next Wave by Mark Seliger

August Magazine Round up

Vogue China August 2008 : Maggie Cheung by Mario Sorrenti

i-D August 2008 : Naomi Campbell & Stefano Pilati by Inez & Vinoodh

August Magazine Round up

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FASHION / June 13 2008 11:49 AM

Baggy Clothes=Knocked Up

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Baggy Clothes=Knocked Up

Eva Longoria-Parker, not pregnant-just dresses like it

Ever since empire dresses and tent dresses became all the rage every celebrity has become ‘pregnant’. The gossip rags love calling every celeb who dresses in this of-the-moment-trend as knocked up. The latest celebrity to have a non-existent-bun-in-the-oven is Eva Longoria-Parker (I believe this is her 12th pregnancy in two years). She was photographed wearing an empire waisted dress over a black t-shirt, which means she is of course with child. Thankfully her stylist/celeb-personality Robert Verdi came to her rescue assuring us all she is not, by revealing some interesting facts about the stylist-client relationship:

“Eva is not pregnant! I’m not her gynecologist, but I am her stylist,” he explained. “I see her naked. I see her boobs! That’s the first place it would show, and it’s not showing!”

To recap what we’ve learned today. Stylist’s can tell many things about you, because they see you naked. And even though they are gay and don’t swing that way, they will defend your honor by telling publications that they freely see you naked. But let’s never forget that a stylist is not the same thing as a gyno. Thank you Robert Verdi!

Baggy Clothes=Knocked Up

Eva Mendes also not eating for two

I must say I don’t really get the whole empire/tent dress trend. Who wants to look pregnant if they’re not?

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FASHION / May 29 2008 11:16 AM

The Supermodels Are Back

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The Supermodels Are Back

Amber Valletta in the Dsquared campaign.

The Supermodels Are Back

Christy Turlington in her second Escada campaign.

The Supermodels Are Back

Eva Herzigova in the Louis Vuitton campaign.

The Supermodels Are Back

Claudia Schiffer in Chanel

Although celebrities have hijacked hordes of fashion ads in recent years, Nineties-era supermodels — displaying formidable powers of longevity — have returned with a vengeance in many of fall’s fashion campaigns. Even Marc Jacobs is going back to using models for his Fall campaign.

That Linda Evangelista is starring in Prada, Naomi Campbell in Yves Saint Laurent, Claudia Schiffer in Chanel and Salvatore Ferragamo, Eva Herzigova in Louis Vuitton and Christy Turlington in Escada suggests these industry thoroughbreds remain as bankable and fascinating as Hollywood’s best beauties.

The Supermodels Are Back

Kate Moss

The Supermodels Are Back

Gisele Bündchen

The Supermodels Are Back

Raquel Zimmermann

In fact, models in general — from newbies to veterans — dominate the lion’s share of European designer campaigns for next season, from Daria Werbowy in Christian Dior and Raquel Zimmerman in Fendi to Angela Lindvall in Jimmy Choo and Kate Moss in Stella McCartney. Notable exceptions to the celebrity-free ad zone include Charlotte Gainsbourg for Balenciaga and Vanessa Paradis for Miu Miu — while many American brands also are sticking to the celeb road, such as Calvin Klein’s multiple use of Eva Mendes.

The Supermodels Are Back

Eva Mendes for Calvin Klein

In fact, models in general — from newbies to veterans — dominate the lion’s share of European designer campaigns for next season, from Daria Werbowy in Christian Dior and Raquel Zimmerman in Fendi to Angela Lindvall in Jimmy Choo and Kate Moss in Stella McCartney. Notable exceptions to the celebrity-free ad zone include Charlotte Gainsbourg for Balenciaga and Vanessa Paradis for Miu Miu — while many American brands also are sticking to the celeb road, such as Calvin Klein’s multiple use of Eva Mendes.

Donatella Versace credits her late brother Gianni for fueling the supermodel phenomenon by sending all the top girls down the runway together in 1991.

The Supermodels Are Back

The Supermodels Are Back

“He made the models into celebrities as he understood that the more famous they became, the better it would be for him,” she said. “I don’t really make a distinction between working with celebrities and working with models as I think girls like Christy Turlington and, more recently, Kate Moss and Gisele [Bündchen] are celebrities, just as well-known as many actors and musicians.”

Source: WWD

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GIRLS / May 23 2008 1:05 PM

Eva Mendes for Calvin Klein

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Eva Mendes for Calvin Klein

Yes, I know everyone is talking about it, but I wanted to put my two cents in too. Straight out of rehab and into the ads of Calvin Klein, Eva Mendes is the newest anticipated celeb to do a fragrance ad. One of the most beautiful actresses in the industry, and fellow hispanical, Eva is powerful and very sexy. From provocative to just plain nude, it seems as though she’s always a conversation started.

Eva Mendes for Calvin Klein

It makes me mad that when models take off their clothes in ads it’s normal, but when this beauty did it, it started controversy. Oh well, I guess that just comes with the territory.

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