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Amber Rose flashes her latest jewelry with boyfriend Kanye West at her side

Amber Rose appeared at Milan Fashion Week on Kanye West‘s arm. Nothing too different, aside from her latest face jewelry.

The budding catwalk queen sported a lip piercing on the middle of her bottom lip. Not the usual fashion model fare, but Amber’s not the typical model.

What do you think of her new look?

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Naomi Campbell, Eva Herzigova, and Claudia SchifferApproaching the age of 40 doesn’t stop supermodels Naomi Campbell, Eva Herzigova, and Claudia Schiffer from looking fabulous.

The trio showed up to Milan Fashion Week to promote the Dolce & Gabbana Perfumes Collection, for which they had previously appeared in the D&G Anthology ad campaign.

Turns out that the folks at Dolce & Gabbana went for an androgynous theme—all five scents are not gender specific. In fact, each of them are named after Tarot cards and represented by a different model.

“We chose Claudia, Naomi, and Eva for the iconic value they have in the minds of everybody,” Domenico Dolce said.

“They are icons, not just for young women but older women too. Sometimes they are better known than actresses. People need to create icons, to see people they recognize.” Stefano Gabbana added. I couldn’t agree with them more!

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Dita Von Teese launches her latest Wonderbra lineThe oh-so multi-talented Dita Von Teese launched her latest line for Wonderbra last Wednesday.

The burlesque dancer was dressed in a low-cut black dress and elbow-length leather gloves as she revealed her latest designs for the lingerie giant.

She posed on a chaise longue at London’s Dorchester Hotel with models, who were sported the new “party edition” line of lingerie, at her side.

The new Wonderbra range features lingerie inspired by the 40s and 50s and boasts five styles including the Multi Teese Party Edition bra and thong set, with elegant velvet straps, bow detail and sequins. Other items include a vintage-style red and black high suspender belt, black lace bra and knickers set, and a red and black cleavage-enhancing bra with lace detail and a ribbon bow.

Speaking about the range, Dita said, “I’ve always wanted to do something with lingerie and it was important for the finished product to be something I would wear myself.” Dita signed up with Wonderbra in 2008 and launched her first range last September.


Diaper panties invade runways

Okay, seriously, Lady Gaga, what have you done?

Spring/Summer ‘10 collections saw the propagation of the anti-pants revolution, which you can clearly see in the image above (from left: Alexander Wang, Prada, Prada, and Duckie Brown).

I realize that it gets quite hot during Spring and Summer seasons; however, wearing what The Cut is now dubbing “diaper panties” is just plain wrong. I realize that we’re in a recession and that designers like these are most likely relying on less fabric, but come on!

Read More | The Cut

Lily Cole in The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus

Lily Cole can thank her “porcelain doll” face for landing a role in a feature film.

The British model, who is known for her pale complexion and auburn curly hair, can thank her “extraordinary” looks for helping her land the part in Terry Gilliam’s The Imaginarium of Dr. Parnassus.

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Style.com's iPhone app

While I will be the first to happily share my sad obsession with my Blackberry, never before have I betrayed her to say that I wanted an iPhone so badly. That is until now, of course.

Style.com, owned by none other than Vogue itself, has an extremely convenient application for the gadget that will stop your head from spinning with all of this fashion week craze.

It’s basically all that you need if you want up-to-date fashion reporting and chic coverage in a handy-dandy, simple app. What are you waiting for? Download it now!

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Corinne Day shot one of Kate Moss's most iconic campaigns

Much like Donatella Versace, British retail chain Topshop is feeling charitable lately, calling upon its shoppers to help Corinne Day battle cancer. The famed photographer has captured some of Kate Moss’s most iconic images, including her infamous Vogue photo shoot in the ‘90s.

Teaming up with Premier Model Management, the two forces are attempting to raise the $164,000 needed for Day’s treatment. Apparently, all they’re asking of you is a text (“moss”) to 60777—the message costs roughly $1.60, with 40% of each one sent going to the charity.

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Victoria Beckham flew into London yesterday for a special London Fashion Week dinner. The former Spice Girl-turned-designer wore a stunning tricolor off-the-shoulder dress from her own collection to the event at Le Caprice, hosted by British Vogue magazine editor Alexandra Shulman, with Net-A-Porter.com, to celebrate 25 years of the famous fashion event.

Other stars in attendance included supermodels, Naomi Campbell and Claudia Schiffer, presenter Alexa Chung, and rising catwalk stars Pixie Geldof and Daisy Lowe. 

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Kate Moss in Calvin Klein's Obsession campaignApparently make-up artists need to save money, too—Kate Moss wore only moisturizer for a Calvin Klein photo shoot to save money.

Renowned makeup artist Kay Montano has revealed that she only used a lightweight base on the supermodel when preparing her skin for a perfume campaign in the late ‘90s because she had been urged to be frugal by bosses.

“Yes, the recession came and after that fashion and beauty became rather more pared down. One of my first jobs after moving to New York was to make up Kate Moss for the Calvin Klein Obsession fragrance campaign, and I just used moisturizer. She looked absolutely perfect.”

Kay, who has worked on London Fashion Week since it began 25 years ago, made a name for herself as the woman behind the dramatic make-up of the ‘80s. The British beauty expert said that her trademark smokey eyes were inspired by many of the decade’s biggest stars.

“My icons were women like Debbie Harry, make-up artist Barbara Daly—who did all of the Stanley Kubrik films—Jerry Hall and a makeup artist called Yvonne Gold. Yvonne had big, blonde dreadlocks and worked with Vivienne Westwood and her partner Malcolm McLaren who at the time had a new-wave band Bow Wow Wow. A signature technique of hers was to use gold paint over the Cupid’s bow, which makeup artist Pat McGrath uses a lot now.”

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Heidi Klum in her Marchesa gownHeidi Klum struggled to fit her baby bump in a gown for yesterday’s Emmy Awards.

The pregnant supermodel, whose raises three children with husband Seal, and is expecting a daughter in October, decided to wear a clingy black floor-length dress to show off to embrace her expanding figure because her stomach is too big to hide. Even though she had several fittings, the 36-year-old beauty said designer Georgina Chapman struggled to get the bespoke Marchesa gown to fit perfectly because her tummy was constantly growing.

“It wasn’t really hard for me, but it was hard for the woman that designed a dress for me. She started about two or three months ago and that’s kind of difficult… it’s black because I figure, at eight-and-a-half months, black is better! I think it’s elegant and slimming.”

The blonde beauty also revealed she will be in no hurry to lose her post-baby weight to return to lingerie modeling: “I was asked by Victoria’s Secret if it is possible, if I’m going to make it to their show. You never know how you are afterwards, so you kind of have to play it by ear and see what happens. So far—knock on wood—everything was always great. I felt great afterwards and I loved every minute of it, even the sleepless nights of getting up every two hours. But let’s see what happens. You can’t put all that pressure on yourself.”


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