A source close to the situation explained:
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Whoa, what is going on here?! Are those real wolves???
And Princess Mononoke, of course!
From the face paint to the animal skull necklace, RiRi seemed to throw in every "tribal" cliche into this shoot, although she herself referred to the theme as "eskimo horror" as she tweeted:
"Eskimo Horror Cover Story @Wmag September Issue"
Um, yeah. Rih may have not realized using the term "eskimo" is considered offensive, but "horror" can definitely be appropriate in this case as it has to be her wildest, craziest fashion editorial yet! But it's not even the only one in the magazine!
Check out the full spread, including the picture with the wolves, in the gallery (above)! And then tell us what you think!
[Image via W Magazine]
FYI: Iman is 58 years old. Just let that sink in for a moment!
The supermodel/makeup mogul/ageless goddess attended the 17th Annual Accessories Council Excellence Awards at Cipriani in NYC on Monday, looking DIVINE.
Her black lace Dolce & Gabbana with mesh yoke and wide sleeves was simultaneously regal, classy, and HAWT!
We can't even deal with how flawless she looks after all these years!
And that hair!!! It's one of the shiniest, healthiest, prettiest 'dos we've ever seen!
[Image via C. Smith/WENN.]
Since the list was released, there were reports that the two Brits were feuding, but according to Naomi that couldn't be further from the truth!
The supermodel revealed:
The two mega-models only recently launched their Diversity Coalition campaign to open a discussion about the lack of diversity on runways, and they’re already seeing results!
The Face mentor boasted about improvements she's seen on S/S 2014 catwalks while being interviewed in London on Thursday, saying:
Rick Owens really stepped up his runway game this season — literally!
The designer recruited several U.S. step teams to display his S/S 2014 collection at Paris Fashion Week on Thursday, and they delivered not only an AH-Mazing performance but also diversity in MULTIPLE ways!!
The dancers stomped down the runway to the beat of their own drums celebrating race, body, and creative diversity in a move that has EVERYONE talking.
Do U think this is the beginning of the end for traditional catwalks, or was the performance just a one-time thing???