Naomi Campbell by Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia February 2013. Source: Fashion Gone Rogue
Marihenny Rivera Pasible, Ming Xi, and Anna E by Ellen von Unwerth for Vogue Italia January 2013. Source: Beauty Is Diverse
•Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing told Fashionista.com that McDonalds was his answer to super hangovers. He said, “I buy nine nuggets, barbeque sauce, a burger, McFlurry and potatoes. I swear when you get out of the club at six or seven and you wait a bit till McDonald’s open[s], that’s the best cure.” I’m lovin it.
• Fashionista has a behind-the-scenes look at the Prabal Gurung for Target campaign. A tipster supplied them with images he snapped yesterday of Gurung & co. shooting in the streets of New York City. Looks cute, no? (Fashionista) • Joanna Lumley, aka Ab Fab‘s Patsy Stone, is putting some of her wardrobe from the iconic sitcom up for
• The kids are coming for YSL Saint Laurent Paris over their new logo. After posting a shot of a box bearing the brand’s new logo to their Facebook page, hundreds of YSL enthusiasts commented to express strong disapproval. One commenter said, “The new logo is ratchet…. Horrible” while another quipped, “Everybody with Microsoft Word could have
• The folks over at Styleite are surprised to see exactly 0 faces of color on the cover of this months’ Vogue Italia. The cover features six impossibly pale models in frothy black frocks. Hillary George-Parkin writes, “Sozzani is clearly conscious of the significant lack of diversity in Vogue Italia and fashion magazines in general, given her vocal stance on eating