The recently married Reese Witherspoon shows a sexier side on the May cover of Vogue, wearing a black and white Roland Mouret dress. It's a welcome surprise from a woman who chose blush pink for her wedding gown. Says co-star Robert Pattinson in the interview, "In terms of public perception, she’s thought of as America’s Sweetheart. And she kind of is in a lot of ways. But I think that she’s a lot bawdier than that, a lot more raucous. It did actually shock me to see that. She’s tough. You wouldn’t want to get into an argument with her at all." For the full Jonathan Van Meter interview with Reese, visit Vogue. With her upcoming movie, Water for Elephants, set to release, Vogue chose an appropriate setting for her shoot with photographer Peter Lindbergh — a circus tent complete with elephant — all the better to showcase a stellar lineup of dresses that include Dior, Sophie Theallet, Dolce and Gabbana and Narciso Rodriguez. See our slideshow for the looks for the gorgeous looks, including the custom Alexander Wang dress that didn't run on the cover.
Natalia Vodianova stars in a gorgeous shoot in the new issue of Vogue as she poses alongside the gorgeous Ewan McGregor. They were shot by Peter Lindbergh who is making his return to Vogue following an 18 year hiatus! Grace Coddington and Anna Wintour managed to convince him to return with Grace styling this shoot. Click through to see more.
- Cheryl Cole stocks up her X Factor wardrobe - Grazia Daily
- Karl Lagerfeld designs costumes for English National Ballet - Vogue
- Burberry Day declared in New York City - Elle
- Lady Gaga stars on the cover of Rolling Stone - Daily Mail
- Clement Ribeiro makes a low key comeback - WWD
- Nicole Farhi was robbed in her home, jury told - Guardian
- Peter Lindbergh calls for an end to constant retouching of photographs - NY Times
- Donatella Versace thinks sex is part of life - Interview Magazine
- Osman Yousefzada collaborates with Astley Clarke - Telegraph
When compiling a list of key models from the 1980s, I found that it was hard to pin point an era for the great supermodels. These are the girls who began work in the '80s, were huge in the '90s and continue to rack up ad campaigns and catwalk miles even today. In 1990 Linda Evangelista (one of the famous five) playfully told Vogue, "We don’t wake up for less than $10,000 a day", and she wasn't joking! Here I look at five of the most popular and loved names in catwalk fashion.