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FASHION / October 8 2012 11:01 AM

The Golden Girls: A Quartet of 80-Year-Old Supermodels

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Combined, they are over 300 years old, or roughly 15 times older than Karlie Kloss and half as old as Cher. These four ladies have been generally owning the world since the Great Depression, and even though prices have gone up, they still have the receipts in the form of their flawless vitality. Set Shady Pines on fire and bust out the cheesecake ’cause we’re hanging with the girls today: baby of the bunch at 81, Carmen Dell’Orefice, the eternally elegant  China Machado, relative newcomer Jacquie Tajah Murdock and “World’s Oldest Supermodel” Daphne Selfe

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FASHION, FILM / September 4 2012 4:10 PM

PREVIEW: The Eye Has To Travel to NY or LA to see Diana Vreeland

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Diana Vreeland‘s influence on fashion knows no bounds. As the Editor-in-Chief of Vogue from 1962-1971, she was the Anna well before Anna was Anna Wintour. Vreeland’s character was far more whimsical, though her words equally sturdy, and her vision exactly spot on every time. It takes an all-knowing woman to advise Manolo Blahnik to start making shoes. A new documentary, Diana Vreeland: The Eye Has To Travel takes us inside of her world. Watch the trailer here.

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FASHION / February 9 2012 6:38 PM

The Good, the Bad and the Kate Moss, Barney’s Going Bankrupt? and Calvin Klein Donates a Few Mil to FIT

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-  For W‘s March issue, Steven Klein explores the light and dark side of Kate Moss . Hint, there’s not much of a difference between the two. [W]

Andrej Pejic perfected his tuck to model a bikini on a rooftop in New York. All in a gay’s work. [Telegraph]

Wet Hot American Summer 2. Happening. Get into it. [Huff Po]

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NEWS / January 12 2012 7:05 AM

Carine Roitfeld Used “Real People” as Guest Editor for VMAN

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After a busy year of redefining and reinventing herself, Carine Rotifeld doesn’t seem to be slowing down in 2012. The former French Vogue editrix recently finished a stint as guest editor for VMAN, where she used “real people” — because as we all know models aren’t actually people —  in the spring fashion issue’s editorials. Said “real people” were a combination of celebrities, chefs, mechanics, architects and a fireman; however for the bonus pin-up calendar, Rotifeld turned to her stable of models, including Victoria’s Secret Angel Adriana Lima

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CULTURE, NEWS / November 19 2011 12:53 PM

10 Fashion Stars of the 17th Annual Out 100

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Andrej Pejic gets wrapped up in Nastassja Kinski. Brad Goreski channels Yves Saint Laurent. And Nicola Formichetti holds up two pork shanks. Is this just another day in the glamorous life? Yes, but it’s also Out Magazine‘s homage to some of the fashion industry’s best and gayest. For their 17th Annual Out 100 list, the mag enlisted the talents of Gavin Bond to create portraits inspired by iconic photos of the past. Mining the catalogs of Richard Avedon, Cecil Beaton, Irving Penn and Helmut Newton, among others, Bond’s photos serve a fitting tribute to the 100 queens, trannies, lesbians, and other assorted queers that showed that if things don’t necessarily get better, they at least get fabulous. 

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CAMPAIGNS, MODELS / November 16 2011 1:03 PM

MALE MODEL HUMPDAY: Vintage Versace, Va-Va-Va-Voom!! [NSFW]

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In celebration of the Versace x H&M collection’s unveiling this week, Male Model Humpday brings you classic Versace ads from the 80s and 90s. Greats Richard AvedonHerb Ritts and Bruce Weber captured a gaggle of supers including Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Claudia Schiffer, and Stephanie Seymour accompanied by a herd of naked male models, including world’s first super-male-model, Marcus Schenkenberg. Enjoy this Humpday with a trip through Versace’s proud and storied legacy of gratuitous male nudity.

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CULTURE / October 31 2011 1:27 PM

BOOKCLUBBIN’: Marilyn Monroe: Metamorphosis

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Childlike. Innocent. Vulnerable. Beautiful. Shrewd. Intelligent. Talented. A great actress. Not an actress at all. A movie star. A legend. An icon. These are just some of the words used to describe that indelible image known as Marilyn Monroe in itbooksMarilyn Monroe: Metamorphosis by David Willis and Stephen Schmidt. Monroe, more than any other movie star alive or dead, has been chronicled, dissected, studied, researched and probed again and again in basically every medium that exists. So what could possibly be added to her already copiously-covered canon? 

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