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Beyonce is currently promoting her fourth studio album, 4, so you know what that means - she's everywhere. Over the last month, the singer has made an appearance on the cover of L'Uomo Vogue, Dazed and Confused and W.
The editorials are definitely some of the best we've ever seen her in and the styling suggests a movement towards an edgier Beyonce so we're excited to see more.
What's your favourite shot?
We met up a few times in posh restaurants. They started a business plan, but then dropped me like a hot potato and started talking to McQueen and Stella [McCartney]. I was devastated. Tom doesn't even know that. It really killed me. He told me I was too avant-garde. I thought, 'Tom, you are so wrong'. He looked at it in too obvious a way.
He told Vogue UK
Tom Ford's documentary on OWN has been moved back until September: [Racked]
More details on Kate Moss' wedding: [The Cut]
Strangely, Jonny Weir is the new face of MAC: [NYP]
Lady Gaga is awake with her eyes closed: [Glamour]
Georgina Chapman talks Marchesa: [Telegraph]
Chloe Green, daughter of Topshop boss, Sir Phillip Green, has decided to follow her father's footsteps and take a step into the fashion and retail world. The 20 year-old is reprotedly designing a footwear line that will be made available in a concession in Topshop next February.
The line will be called 'CG' and the Telegrah reports that the heiress will make the soles of all shoes green to link back to her well-known surname. Although the move is a natural one considering her father's business, we're unsure whether to be excited about the collection considering Green's questionable outfit choices in the past.
What do you think of her past looks and are you excited to see the collection?
Although Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has been successfully modelling for several years, it's only after seeing her recent cover shoot for ELLE UK that I began to take her seriously in the style stakes.
With the promotion for her debut film, 'Transformers', in full swing, the model has been delivering a string of stand out red carpet looks. Just because we know that you've loved them just as much as we have, here are a selection of some of her most memorable looks over the past two weeks.
Despite bosses at John Galliano previously telling WWD that they were confident that the designer will be able to come back from the scandal as Kate Moss did, the reality is far from that ideal. LVMH chief Bernard Arnault confirmed to Cathy Horyn that Galliano will not return, despite her reporting that executives at the conglomertae were 'toying with the idea' of bringing him back. “He will not be working for LVMH,” Arnault explained adding that the designer "didn’t have the simple politeness to contact me” after the story was released.
During the same week that Galliano took to the stand in court to fight his public-defamation trial, Christian Dior CEO Sidney Toledano selected Bill Gaytten to replace the designer at his namesake brand. Gayten, who worked with the designer for 23 years, made his first appearance as the brand's creative director last week at their menswear show in Paris. “It’s the same job for me; I’ve been doing it for a long time,” he told WWD . “It was a bit different because John wasn’t there.” In addition to working at John Galliano, Gaytten will also oversee the Christian Dior couture collection too, leading many to speculate that he might have that job in the bag too. After all, he is currently the studio team leader at Dior making him a perfect candidate for the role.
The countdown is officially on for Kate Moss' pending nuptials to Jamie Hince. Moss is known for being very private so despite the excitement about the wedding, many predicted that the press would be denied access to the ceremony leaving us deprived of images of who performed, who attended and of course, what the dress looked like.
But don't despair. The usually private couple have decided to allow Mario Testino's images of the wedding to be published in the September issue of American Vogue. The move comes as Moss has also been confirmed as the cover star of the magazine's key issue.