Rihanna landed her third Vogue cover, this time rocking her signature pixie, a sheer black top and jeans for the March 2014 issue. The feature pretty much explains and celebrates the "Rihanna Effect" in fashion, which is essentially the notion that her look is copyable on the mass level and that women want to dress like her.
One Direction are the cover boys for the September 2013 Teen Vogue, and despite displaying their adorable fashion sense, they also showed their goofy sides in these behind-the-scenes photos. Some quotes also emerged from the interview, and as you'd expect, the boys are still lovably low maintenance.
Does the weekend seem miles away? Need some Velociraptors in fabulous hats to turn that frown upside down? Man, are you in luck.
Someone we don't know but already love tweaked Vogue's UK website, and now, with a simple code -- one you may remember from playing 'Contra' on NES -- you can cover the page in dinosaurs. Fashion forward dinos, of course.
Katy Perry's first Vogue cover is stuffed with stunning photos of the singer in various glam red dresses (one looks like Adele's Grammy dress), with crimson-painted lips and among chickens and green grass. Glam mixes with nature.
Beyonce has been taking some heat over her declaration to "Bow down b----es," since she is always espousing how women need to stick together. You know, all the single ladies have to be girls that run the world. Even though Bey has earned some flack as of late, also for naming her upcoming trek the Mrs. Carter World Tour, Blue Ivy's mom called herself a "modern-day feminist" in
A special issue of Vogue spotlighting fashionable sisters will hit newsstands next week with twin actresses and clothing designers Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen gracing its prestigious cover.
Mark Holgate, Vogue’s fashion news director and editor, said, “Are there any more chic, stylish, cool, and original sisters? They are incredibly stylish.”
There’s been a lot of controversy lately over models whose photos are airbrushed to make them appear ridiculously thin, but Vogue Italia can at least say the cover of its September issue didn’t involve any digital tricks.
That’s Stella Tennant, an actual real-live model. In a corset. That gives her a 13-inch waist.