Whoa: See how much the Lady Gaga Vogue cover was Photoshopped (hint: it’s a lot). Buzzfeed caught a glimpse over Gaga's pre-Photoshopped body on b-roll from the magazine's cover shoot. [Buzzfeed]
Better Werk: Miranda Kerr's son Flynn is not even two years old -- but he might soon be catwalk ready. “He knows the drill when we get on the plane and he likes to walk up and down the aisle smiling at everyone,” she told The Daily Express, “He will stand there until each person notices him. Once he gets a smile he’s on to the next person.” [The Daily Express]
Pretty Boy: Olympic gold medal-winning boxer Luke Campbell of team great Britain has been signed to Select Model Management. The agency was reportedly intrigued after seeing a series of Peter Lindbergh photos of the twenty-four year old in British Vogue prior to the games. “The combination of his strong genuine character and great look has appealed to the fashion world, Dounia Benjelloul of Select told The Telegraph, “The fact the boy then went and won a gold medal for the country is an added bonus and couldn’t have happed to a lovelier person!” Campbell has not yet been chosen for any major ads but is soon set to work with famed photographer Bruce Weber. [Telegraph]
Disney Does Barneys: Barneys New York is teaming up with Disney this holiday season as a follow-up to their Gaga’s Workshop program last Christmastime. And they’ve enlisted some close friends to dress each character for the occasion—Balenciaga for Mickey, Lanvin for Minnie, and Cruella de Vil in Rick Owens, amongst others who will each act as runway models. The new merchandise hits stores on November 14th.[WWD]
Now we know the real Ellen DeGeneres. On Monday's episode of 'Ellen,' Madonna showed up wearing something rather, well, Madonna-esque (read 'highly unusual and just a little kinky'). When Ellen was similarly outfitted, the host cheekily said, 'I finally feel like myself.'
Makeup for men is on the rise—and it’s no longer a taboo. Alessandra Codinha reports.