Dickinson, who used to be a judge on America's Next Top Model of which Cutrone is now a part of the panel, recently spoke out again criticising former boss, Tyra Banks. Talking to Fashionista, Cutrone defended Banks and gave the self-titled 'world's first supermodel' a run for her money as far as having a sharp tongue is concerned. 'Janice is a bitch. You can quote me on that. She's an erratic, unpredictable bitch. Last time I saw her on TV she was on Dr Drew's Celebrity Rehab, so I'm not going to take her as a credible source against Tyra Banks,' she said. 'If someone puts you on TV, even if it's just for a year, you need to be thankful.'
Janice Dickinson isn't the only person that's dubious about Vogue's new health initiative. Jezebel's Jena Sauers asked Cindy Crawford whether she had any thoughts on the issue, to which she responded, 'Honestly, not really.'
According to the model, society needs to change before the industry will. 'I think that the fashion industry is in the consumer's hands because if they buy into it, nothing will change,' she argued. 'If consumers don't like it that models are too skinny, or too young and they don't buy magazines, then believe me, the magazines will have to change.' While there may be truth in that, it seems only right that the industry takes a firm stance, even if doing so is only the starting point in realising real change.
Crawford doesn't seem convinced. 'If you make too many rules - like, 'You can't work this many hours' — it doesn't work, because sometimes you have to. Sometimes you have to get up early or be prepared to do the job in the freezing cold. I think that, again though, models have to have a voice and speak up for themselves, every day, on the job ... People have to respect each other. And if you're working with someone who doesn't respect you, then leave.'
Janice Dickinson, or the self-titled world's first supermodel, isn't really one to mince her words and definitely not when it comes to Tyra Banks. Ever since she bitterly parted ways with 'America's Next Top Model', Dickinson hasn't wasted an opportunity to criticise her former boss so her latest comments come as no surprise.
This week she was on the red carpet at Fox's American Idol finale show where she spoke about Banks' recent decision to fire Jay Manuel, Nigel Barker and J. Alexander. '[She's] fired everybody, she'll keep firing people,' she told Fox. 'She's soulless, she's heartless, and she's cold.' But Tyra isn't the only person that Dickinson isn't happy with. When asked about Vogue's new healthy model initiative, she said: 'Please, look at Anna Wintour. She's thinner than thin. I just don't buy it.
Where the AFI Awards failed to excite in the red carpet outfit stakes, the W Magazine pre-Golden Globes party definitely made up for it. Emma Stone, Elizabeth Olsen and Ali Later stole the show but strong looks also came from Charlize Theron, Emmy Rossum and Rachel Zoe.
IMG's books are bursting at the rim, now more than ever. Not only have they signed up the beautiful Ariel Meredith who you will most likely recognise from the recent Louis Vuittion show, but old client Tyra Bankshas resigned with the premier model agency too. Ariel used to be with Ford, who represents the likes of Janice Dickinson and Twiggy, and has graced the pages of magazines like Marie Claire, Glamour and Sports Illustrated. The return for modelling for Banks after her focus on America's Next Top Model is hopefully going to see her catapulted back onto the modelling scene.
Valentino made his final red carpet appearance at the LA premiere of his documentary this week.
Over the past few months, the documentary has taken the designer from Venice to Toronto and Miami to Chicago. Everyone from the likes of Tom Ford and Rita Wilson have come to greet the legendary designer at the several premieres he has attended.