Sting News Archive
Starting next month, Starbucks stores across the US and Canada will be selling Every Mother Counts 2012, a compilation CD featuring some of the biggest names in the music biz and even some unheard tracks.
$8 of every CD sold will go to benefit maternal mortality reduction programs globally.
An amazing cause and great music? It doesn't get any better than that!
Check out the complete track listing (after the jump)!
Was this the best they could do!?
Tokio Hotel twins Bill Kaulitz Tom Kaulitz have fugged up the cover of L'Uomo Vogue's music issue for the month of October.
Second, whoever said putting Tom in baggy jeans was a good idea should be fired. This is Vogue people!
[Image via AP Images.]
Donna Karan has tapped the petite actress to star in her upcoming short, Four Play. The mini-film, directed by Sting's son, Jake Sumner, pictures Christina carrying Karan's new Eldridge bag as four different women to demonstrate how the bag can be worn four different ways.
The two-minute short was produced by People's Revolution and All Day Everday, meaning our girl Kelly Cutrone had a lot of involvement. She says,
“For years, I have been a big believer in the idea that designers need to create and control their own content so it can’t be stolen or looted as it is at fashion shows. Let’s face it: Anyone at the end of a riser can take that footage and do anything they want with it.”
The flick will be posted online soon. Can't wait to see the final product! With so many of our favorite people involved, we're sure it's going to be brilliant!
[Image courtesy of Donna Karan.]
Singer/songwriter (and also daughter of Sting), Coco Sumner graces the new cover of LOVE, shot by mega-photogs Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
This second installment of the twice yearly magazine is "New Blood"-themed. Accordingly, everyone in the issue is young and on the rise. Others featured include Miley Cyrus, Kristen Stewart, The Jonas Brothers, Taylor Momsen, Taylor Swift, Evan Rachel Wood, Allegra Versace, Alexander Wang, The Willis Sisters, and more.
LOVE hits newsstands Monday, August 24th.