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)!!
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!
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)!
Vogue magazine is very good at certain things (like photo shoots in bucolic landscapes), but it can still get things very wrong when it comes to culture pieces.
Sometimes they might as well be your totally out-of-touch parents who just found out what a selfie is and got overly excited about it.
Why do we say this? Well…
A recent article in the mag's September issue called The Dawn of the Butt: Big Booty in Pop Culture Over the Years by Patricia Garcia is a prime example of how behind-the-times the fashion bible can often be, especially for younger readers.
The piece, which heralds Jennifer Lopez as having lit the match that started today's booty craze fire, has been criticized for failing to mention and give proper credit to the countless black women who have historically been judged, objectified, and ridiculed for their naturally large butts and voluptuous bodies, while using mostly white or non-black women, such as J.Lo, Kim Kardashian, and Instagram belfie queen Jen Selter, as examples of the big booty ideal.
Criticism on Twitter has also noted how the article is guilty of white-washing black culture by claiming that big butts are only popular NOW that white or non-black celebrities have essentially appropriated them and made them suitable for consumption for the masses.
Below are some examples of the criticism:
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!!!
Vogue Italia's 50th anniversary issue has noted your model foldout cover and raised you fifty! Fifty top models, to be exact!
It's a veritable feast of legendary beauties!
We are actually extremely impressed that the editors were able to corral even this many major models at all!
That must've taken a crazy amount of planning and prep! AH-Mazing!
[Image via Steven Meisel/Vogue Italia]
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]
The Devil wears really expensive Prada!!!
According to new reports, Anna Wintour has a $200,000 yearly clothing allowance from Vogue magazine. Some people dream of saving up that much after years of hard work, but for La Wintour that's just a style stipend!
Of course, should we really be surprised? Obviously, the woman has to have the latest and greatest fashions as the editor-in-chief of the most prestigious fashion magazine in the world.
But, the funny thing is, we don't even consider that to be very much at all!
Think about it: Anna's clothes rarely cost less than $1,000 per dress, and when she wears couture or fur, the numbers are simply astronomical!
We did some digging and found approximate prices of some of the outfits she's worn in the past year. Let's take a look …AFTER THE JUMP!!!