Well, this is QUITE the accusation.
She shared a clip of the part the hitmaker stole, and called her out in the caption, writing:
[Image via Beyoncé/Marlyn Ortiz/Instagram.]
She's the heart of it!
The creative director is nonetheless ready to leave her post and have a more limited relationship with the famous glossy.
It's just been announced that the 74-year-old will take on an "editor at-large" role which will have her producing four fashion editorials a year for the publication, although she will still have an office and assistant at Condé Nast.
In an interview with Business of Fashion regarding this big shift, she said:
Right on Gigi Hadid's heels!
And she traded in her dark locks for a platinum wig!
Kenny definitely shows more range in this particular editorial than in some of her previous ones, and it's really cool to see her as one of the most iconic literature characters of all time!
This isn't the first time Vogue has done an Alice-inspired shoot either — in December 2003 (exactly 12 years ago!) Grace Coddington styled Natalia Vodianova in a similar spread featuring several big-name designers as various characters from the story.
Grace also styled Kendall in this revamped shoot!
We bet Kenny knew all about the history and felt very honored!
But that wasn't all — the 20-year-old further got featured alongside Olivier Rousteing as his "muse." Sweet!
Not even the luxurious offices of Vogue with their infamous shoe closet can turn Grumpy Cat's frown upside down!
But at least the magazine's creative director Grace Coddington, a known cat lover, was grinning ear-to-ear when she got her
paws hands on the fluffy kitty!
They look so cute together!
Grace even allowed Grumpy to hang out by the wall of models' comp cards and lie down on a stack of magazines!
If only Anna Wintour had met the famous feline as well. Imagine the battle of wills that would've taken place!
After the tour of 4 Times Square, Grumpy tweeted:
Has the world stopped spinning? What is Anna Wintour doing in the — GASP! — second row?!?!
Something must have gone terribly wrong during seating arrangements at the Valentino A/W 2014 presentation in Paris today because La Wintour had to sit BEHIND her colleagues Grace Coddington and Tonne Goodman instead of beside them.
That's unheard of! Anna always sits front row!
Even her protégé, Lucky editor-in-chief Eva Chen, got to sit in the coveted front row while Anna lingered in the back. Awkward!
Did nobody offer to trade seats with Anna? Did Anna not DEMAND that somebody switch seats with her?
SO MANY QUESTIONS!
[Image via Christina Binkley Instagram]
The rumors were true!
The campaign also stars
The designer and Parsons professor hung out with Vogue's Grace Coddington in Manhattan on Sunday, looking as cray as you'd expect in a cable-knit sweater vest, plaid and camouflage shorts, and knit knee socks worn with sandals.
And despite her poufy, flame-red hair, Grace managed to fade into the background in her slouchy black slacks and double-breasted coat.
Although, who wouldn't when standing next to John???
We're definitely sad that the former Dior designer won't be at the Met Ball tonight, since so many of his cutting-edge designs are going to be on display, but apparently that would mean taking one too many steps.
His publicist Liz Rosenberg put it thusly:
"One step at a time, and that’s one huge mother f - - kin’ staircase.”
Well, we're sure John and his peeps know what's best for him!
[Image via FameFlynet Pictures.]
$1.7 million later, the Fashion for Sandy Relief Initiative auction presented by CFDA and Vogue has come to a close, and we are totally shocked by some of the results!
Of course the starting bid may have affected the number of people who