Kate Upton Nabs Cover Sans Cleavage: Kate Upton has scored her second international Vogue cover—fronting this month’s British Vogue…sans cleavage! The Florida-born stunner is pouty in a thoroughly concealing white sleeveless knit top. [The Cut]
Lena Dunham Does Twiggy: Lena Dunham’s pixie haircut has leant itself to some unprecedented backlash, but what does it also conjure? That would be some proper 60s references. Befittingly, Entertainment Weekly has styled Dunham as 60s supermodel Twiggy for their 2012 Entertainers of the Year photo shoot. [EW]
Cameron Diaz and Rachel Zoe Split: It’s a sad day in Hollywood—news has broken that Cameron Diaz has split with longtime stylist Rachel Zoe. Reports point to Zoe’s increasingly busy schedule—a result of building her own mini empire—as the culprit. [Page Six]
A Royal Blunder: Charolotte Casiraghi, princess of Monaco and Gucci-sponsored equestrian, has come under fire for her Indian-inspired dressage costume worn during this past weekend’s Gucci Masters horse show in Villepinte, France. Casiraghi’s riding buddy, Edwina Tops-Alexander dressed as a cowboy to complete the duo’s ‘Cowboy and Indian’ theme. The costume gaffe comes only one month after Victoria’s Secret sparked controversy for dressing Karlie Kloss in a Native American-inspired getup for their annual fashion show. Kloss’s ensemble was cut from the event’s final broadcast. [HuffPo Style]
Dwyane Wade Launches Sneakers: Basketball superstar Dwyane Wade is branching into fashion, with a new Wade lifestyle brand. But unlike other celebrity fashion lines, Wade isn’t poised to take all of the credit. In fact, he’s taking a higher-end route by enlisting cool-kid shoe designer Alejandro Ingelmo to help create a line of sneakers for the new label. Wade has named Ingelmo creative consultant for special products, and together they’ll launch the Way of Wade shoe in both an on-the-court ($130) and off-the-court ($150) style, both retailing for far less than Ingelmo’s typical $500 kicks. Both styles will hit stores in early 2013. [WWD]
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's new costume exhibition, PUNK: Chaos to Couture, tries to pay homage to the gritty, subversive, late-1970s movement. But has punk-inspired high fashion added to its legacy-or destroyed it?
Makeup for men is on the rise—and it’s no longer a taboo. Alessandra Codinha reports.