SO MUCH NO!!!
If you believe the rumors, then yes, they're done!
[Image via Ivan Nikolov/Alberto Reyes/C.Smith/WENN.]
In a series of shots titled "Tyra Banks Presents: 15", the ANTM host accomplishes an impressive feat by posing as 15 different iconic models — and pulling it off!
With the aid of styling and makeup, Tyra smizes for photog Udo Spreitzenbarth as Cindy Crawford, Brooke Shields, Karlie Kloss, Kate Upton, Twiggy, Claudia Schiffer, Iman, Grace Jones, Linda Evangelista, Jerry Hall, Carmen Dell'Orefice, Lauren Hutton and herself at age 15.
We were most convinced by Ty as Cara Delevingne. She's got that cray cray stare down pat!
What about U???
[Image via Udo Spreitzenbarth.]
That's ’cause she was! The supermodel gorgeously covered the mag's June issue, and it was so perfect that they brought her back for the July issue as well!
Photographed by Steven Meisel, Gisele looks like a contessa in a black lace Dolce & Gabbana number while surrounded by some swarthy gentlemen.
And to commemorate 25 years under EIC Franca Sozzani and Meisel's leadership, the mag also nabbed the legendary Linda Evangelista.
The 48-year-old (she looks awesome!) shares her cover with a hunky father-son duo — they might not actually be related, but let's pretend, shall we?!
This is her second international Vogue cover this summer!
Way to slay all these years later!
[Image via Steven Meisel/Vogue Italia]
Does Choupette have the life or what?!
She probably lives better than 99% of the world's population!
Sadly, Choupette was forced to share the front page with supermodel Linda Evangelista, but being the classy French pussy that she is, she obliged.
We just hope Linda acknowledged the honor.
[Image via Karl Lagerfeld/Vogue Germany]
Maybe this has the same effect as wearing tight pants at lunch: you eat less!
Drew Barrymore strut her post-baby body across the streets of Hollywood on Sunday with some of the best supermodels of all time.
Okay, maybe they weren’t really there, but they were in spirit!
Gray skinny jeans, booties, a leather jacket, orange shoulder bag and her sense of humor completed the look.
You go, gurl! Give those models a run for their money!
[Image via FameFlynet Pictures.]
We can’t wait to see this!
As we mentioned before, Barneys and Disney have partnered up for the holidays to create an animated short dubbed, “Electric Holiday,” featuring beloved Disney characters hobnobbing with some of fashion’s most notorious personalities.
The short, which will be looped on LED tiles covering the facade of the Madison Avenue store, begins as a dream as Minnie Mouse finds herself gazing longingly at a Lanvin gown in a Barneys window display.
Her daydreams whisk her off to Paris
What a treat!
Fashion magazine’s November issue is a special one, not only because it is the 35th anniversary collector’s edition, but because it features Linda Evangelista!
When it came time to chat with the mag, the notoriously private Evangelista opened up about her feelings on talking to magazines!
Irony at its finest!
Here are some HIGHlights:
On pictures vs. interviews:
"I really like just to do covers and do the beautiful editorials. I like to pass on the interview part."
On pre-digital photo days:
"I have pictures that I did with Steven Meisel that were not retouched…we held eight reflectors if we had to make the light perfect. They didn’t have to erase a shadow or bag or wrinkle or pimple."
On her workouts:
"I have a trainer. I do spinning. I do cross-training. I do weightlifting. I do my Power Plate. I do my rebounder trampoline. I do my rowing machine. And I play sports."
See, looking that good takes a lot of work!
We’re happy to get an advanced peek at this spread.
Ch-ch-check out the rest of it (below)!
[Images courtesy of Fashion.]
What better role models than supermodels?!
i-D Magazine totes understands, which is why nine of their 16 new covers feature some of the greatest models of all time!
Linda Evangelista, Stephanie Seymour, Guinevere van Seenus, Kristen McMenamy, Karen Elson, Isabeli Fontana, Natasha Poly, Amber Valletta and Gisele Bundchen were all captured by Daniele + Iango’s camera.
For the shots