Olivia Culpo, we are jealous of YOU!
Also, those dance moves. Can we talk dance moves?! OMG.
Ch-ch-check out the hawt music video (above)!!
What a joyful three-way!
Photogs must've caught them just when Bradley told a truly HIGHlarious joke because they all looked beside themselves with laughter.
Oh, to be a fly buzzing around and listening to their fabulous conversations!
The three were also impeccably dressed with Bradley in a tailored coat worn over a tight v-neck sweater and fitted slacks (although his shoes looked like they'd been fished out of a mud bank), while Anna and Suki were beautifully feminine in lace, knee-length dresses.
If we had to choose only one best dressed, however, we'd go with Suki as she was the only one with her outfit AND shoe game on point!
We wouldn't dare tell Anna to stop wearing those same Manolos, but we're thinking it.
[Image via AKM-GSI.]
It's only been four months since the Met Gala, but planning for next year's soiree is already underway!
Today, Vogue even announced next year's theme, which will explore the influence of Chinese art and culture on Western fashions.
We wonder if Raf Simons will whip up something extra special for J.Law!
Called Chinese Whispers: Tales of the East in Art, Film, and Fashion, the exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art will be prepared by the Costume Institute and the museum's Department of Asian Art, and will feature a look at the Asian-influenced designs of John Galliano, Alexander McQueen, and Laurence Xu, among many others.
We just hope attendees will keep things subtle. The risk of coming across as offensive seems rather high.
At least they have plenty of time to get it right!
Only the fashion elite sit front row during NYFW…
The queen of Vogue donned signature black sunglasses to protect her pupils from glimmering flash bulbs, pairing them with a green, black and white stripped ensemble and tan peep toe shoes.
SJP wore electric blue AGAIN — but this time, in a bright hued trench, with flowing locks and black pumps!
And Rooney rounded out the trio, wearing a sleeveless cream sweater dress and slip, with black booties.
These ladies are showing all shades and phases of Calvin…
And we love!
[Image via Getty Images.]
Vogue's 73 questions series is one of our favorite new things!
It was fabulous when Sarah Jessica Parker and Blake Lively did it, but Anna Wintour outdoes them both! First of all, it's kind of incredible to have Anna answer one question let alone 73, and she also gives us an exclusive glimpse into the Vogue offices!
She really does have two assistants just like Miranda Priestley in The Devil Wears Prada!
Watch the video to find out what she would never, ever wear and the real truth behind all the rumors about her!
You won't regret it! Just watch (below)!
From top models to top models with lots of celebs in between!
And the September issues have only become a bigger and bigger deal as a result!
Here, we take a look back at some of Anna's most memorable September covers since she took over as editor-in-chief in November of 1988!
Check 'em out …AFTER THE JUMP!!!
Oh, nostalgia! We can't get enough of you!
There's really no escaping the past these days. What with all the 90s listicles and #throwbackthursday posts, the past practically feels like the present on some days!
The mag selected Gigi for the tribute of the November 1988 edition to not only honor Anna, but to celebrate the relaunch of their website!
The 19-year-old is styled just like model Michaela Bercu on the original cover in a jeweled sweater and blue jeans, and it helps that, with her flowing, wavy locks and golden skin, she also resembles Michaela quite strongly!
What a flawless tribute!
[Image via Sean Thomas/Vogue Magazine Instagram]