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George Clooney & Amal Alamuddin’s Wedding Will Be In ‘Vogue’

George Clooney & Amal Alamuddin's Wedding Will Be In 'Vogue'

George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin have already secured their marriage license, so we know that they are going to be married very soon. Apparently, George and Amal have invited “Vogue” Editor-In-Chief Anna Wintour to the celebrations and she will be covering the nuptials for a spread in the fashion bible.

Anna Wintour will be one of the select guests invited to the nuptials of George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin in Italy next month. Sources said the Vogue editor-in-chief will be attending the Clooney wedding, even though it is expected to take place during the throes of the European fashion shows in late September.

We’re also told the Clooney/Alamuddin wedding will be featured in an upcoming issue of the Condé Nast fashion bible. “She wouldn’t go there and not cover it,” our source tells us.

Alamuddin, we’re told, is expected to wear a gown designed by Wintour’s close friend Oscar de la Renta. A source explained that not only would Wintour want to feature the beautiful Lebanese lawyer in her wedding gown, “she and Oscar are such good friends and [she’d] want to give him some attention.”

On Thursday, WWD reported the groom will wear Armani to get hitched, and that an entire team of designers flew to Clooney’s home in Laglio, Italy, to do fittings with the star and male attendants in his wedding party.

Clooney and Alamuddin are said to be having a small and intimate ceremony, but will have several parties before and after. “They’re going to have top security, but include a really small group. Very intimate, and mostly family,” our source said.

Who else thinks that Amal shouldn’t wear Oscar de la Renta? It just doesn’t seem like her type of wedding dress….it doesn’t appear to fit in with whatever style she is trying to achieve in her every day life. What do you think?

Source, Photo Credit: Fame/Flynet

Posted Friday, August 8th, 2014 at 9:09am
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The gorgeous Carey Mulligan poses as Daisy Buchanan on the May cover of Vogue!

Carey Mulligan, 27,  landed the May issue of Vogue Magazine. On the cover, and inside the magazine, Carey poses as Daisy Buchanan from ‘The Great Gatsby.’ The pictorial is all about Gatsby, which premieres at Cannes, and opens in May. I’m so excited to see the film!!

Carey looks beautiful as Daisy, in the pictures shot by Mario Testino. You can see the full slideshow here!

Read clips from the interview, and see many more pictures after the jump! (more…)

Posted Monday, April 15th, 2013 at 11:11am
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Beyonce covers the May issue of Vogue UK, boasts “I am a modern-day feminist”

Beyonce covers the May issue of Vogue UK, and today we’re getting our first look at the pictures! I like the cover (enough), but the other two pictures are really rather boring for Vogue, aren’t they?

In the interview, Beyonce opens up about being a feminist, Mrs. Carter and a mother. Here are some clips:

Beyonce a feminist? “That word can be very extreme… But I guess I am a modern-day feminist. I do believe in equality. Why do you have to choose what type of woman you are? Why do you have to label yourself anything? I’m just a woman and I love being a woman. If you’re attractive then you can’t be sexy, and you can’t be intelligent? What is all of that?…”

On being called Mrs. Carter: “I do believe in equality and that we have a way to go and it’s something that’s pushed aside and something that we have been conditioned to accept. But I’m happily married. I love my husband. I feel like Mrs Carter is who I am, but more bold and more fearless than I’ve ever been. It comes from knowing my purpose and really meeting myself once I saw my child. I was like, ‘OK, this is what you were born to do.’ The purpose of my body became completely different.”

On motherhood: “I definitely want my daughter to have goals and drive and passion – it has to be a balance. I hope she figures it out. Whatever makes her happy, I’m there. I do feel like I’m going to be honest with my daughter.”

I think Beyonce comes off as a super feminist. Doesn’t she? I mean I don’t think that’s necessarily a horrible thing, but what’s different about a modern-day feminist vs. a plain ol’ feminist? Food for thought.

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Posted Wednesday, April 3rd, 2013 at 2:14pm
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Here it is!! Lady Gaga lands the September issue of Vogue!

Lady Gaga’s cover for Vogue’s September issue has finally arrived!

It was revealed in June that the singer would grace the magazine’s biggest issue of the year. This is Gaga’s second time on the cover of Vogue (you can see her cover from last year here!).

Gaga started teasing fans on Tuesday, letting them know the cover was on it’s way. “Don’t worry I’ve been txting Wintour all morning trying to get that cover queens. next im sending bagels to VOGUE (complex carbohydrate war)”

Gaga posted an image of the cover – plus one more – on Twitter.

Describing the cover image, Lady Gaga wrote, “I’m totally channeling fozzibear.” She’s not so off-base: her hair, blonde this time (not creamy pink) is teased into a majorly furry mess onto the top of her head. The volume on top is matched by volume below in the form of a striking magenta Marc Jacobs dress, billowing at the hips and splaying out with a mermaid hem. Inside the mag, Gaga poses in the buff with a giant Steven Jones hat, also in magenta.

What do you think of Gaga’s cover? I think the cover is okay (boring), but I love the shot below. I think it’s beautiful!

Here are some tidbits from the interview via Celebitchy:

She’s such a rebel: “I’m a complete free spirit, so, even though you don’t see it, I still find time to have sex at night on the beach when no one’s around. Or roll into a bar and get [bleeped] up, and dance with my top off. It’s just that no one ever sees that, because I have great real friends who never let me do it when I would get caught.”

On her artifice: “I hate the truth so much that I would prefer a giant dose of bull[bleep] any day,” she says. Vogue interviewed Gaga in Japan where she says she finds her most ardent fans. “I think . . . it has to do with the obsession with fantasy. I think I sort of just fit right in over here.”

On her perfume: She said yes to Coty’s request on the condition that the company not only conjure scent notes to her specification but figure out how to create a liquid that appears black in the bottle, but when sprayed, becomes clear. (After all, she points out, “The fragrance is called Fame. It must be black. It must be enticing. You must want to lick and touch and feel it, but the look of it must terrify you.”)

That damn meat dress is back: The reinvention of the meat dress is one of thehighlights of the Born This Way Ball). “We were talking about putting the showtogether, and I said, OK, what if I was someone’s grandma and I was going to a concert tonight. How would I know that it was a Gaga show? And we all just sort of looked at each other and said,’The meat dress.’”

Why she makes music: “I don’t really make records for people to listen to and go, ‘Wow, she’s a genius.’ I’d really like you to order a drink, maybe kiss theperson you came with that evening, or rediscover something about your past that makes you feel even more brave.”

Did they photoshop away all her tattoos?

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Posted Thursday, August 9th, 2012 at 7:07am
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Emma Stone’s Vogue cover – gorgeous or strange?

I’m somewhere in the middle of gorgeous and strange. Part of me thinks she looks great on the July cover of Vogue, and part of me thinks she looks almost fake? It’s hard to put my finger on it. All I know is that photo below of her in the newsboy hat is by far the worst picture of Emma I’ve EVER seen. Even though these pictures were done by the amazing Mario Testino, I’m not sure I’m in love with this photoshoot.

Here’s more from Vogue:

This summer finds 23-year-old Emma Stone dangling from the rooftops in herblockbuster breakout as Peter Parker’s brainy blonde girlfriend in The Amazing Spider-Man—and gracing her first-ever cover of Vogue.

With photos shot by Mario Testino, Stone cultivates a persona all her own, an innate, antic glamour that’s inspired as much by Diane Keaton’s Annie Hall style as Lanvin and Giambattista Valli. And in July’s profile, Nathan Heller encounters the actress at the cusp of a pivotal transformation in her young career, after earningher reputation as Hollywood’s go-to girl for strong, spunky characters bridging unreconciled worlds, going brunette for Superbad and making her move from comedy to The Help.

“Working with Emma was like diving into a thrilling, twisting river and never holding on to the sides,” says her Spider-Man costar Andrew Garfield. “From the start. To the end. Spontaneous. In the moment. Present. Terrifying. Vital. The only way acting with someone should be.”

In our cover story, Stone recounts what it’s like to see her childhood dreams come true (appearing at the Oscars in February, hosting Saturday Night Live); confesses to a history of panic attacks and how she learned, growing up in Arizona, to channel that anxiety into laughter (“Comedy was my sport”); and reveals how she launched into acting at the age of fourteen (to convince her parents to let her move to L.A. to pursue her dream, she made a PowerPoint presentation). That may have been her first major performance—now, as Spider-Man leaps into theaters, we’ll see her hanging from the precipice, perfectly poised for her next big moment.

I am still having a hard time understanding why we needed another Spider-Man movie. It hasn’t been that long since Tobey Maguire played the super-hero. I love a good Marvel movie, but this one I’m not dying to see. I guess I don’t see the point in making another Spider-Man movie so quick. It’s obviously for money – and money only – and I just hope the movie doesn’t suck as bad as I think it will.

What do you think? Excited to see the new movie?

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Posted Monday, June 18th, 2012 at 9:09am
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