~The Sky is the limit, Carla Bruni Sarkozy for Vanity Fair~
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Pretty: Red Black White are the colors of the second. They have also been traditional Maori colors of New Zealand for centuries. Remember when Barack Obama and The First Family wore red, back and white on their historic election win.A-ha, it’s an Obama inspired strategy of a new world order. Fashion is following suit. (No Pun intended).
Wearing red and black Rachel Zimmerman looks pretty fashion fierce for Vogue Japan. Strike a pose Tokyo, America is coming at you today. We like it.
While Chris Brown says he is still in love with pop princess Rihanna, Riri has well and truly moved on.
Here she is featured in Vogue Italia doing the theme of extreme couture as shot by renowned fashion photographer, Steven Klein.
Let’s face it, Rihanna is this generation’s Grace Jones. Dem girls from de Caribbean do de fierce fashion de best. Obviously!
With President Barack Obama slumping in the popularity polls this week, I thought I’d look to the nation of South Africa to lift America’s leadership spirit.
South Africa had a horrid past to overcome. Racism and greed was the country’s biggest demon to move on past into a new world and a better future. It was once full of unspeakable hatred. But let’s talk about America today.
President Obama has inherited the worst deficit of any president in US history as a result of the last government’s greed. He also has been a target of racism this week too, so perhaps South Africa’s ability to rise up with redeeming hope provides an answer forward for America.
–images by Oscar winning actress, Charlize Theron’s Vogue Magazine shoot.
–words by Nelsen Mandela.
“After climbing a great hill, one only finds that there are many more left to climb”–Nelsen Mandela
“A good head and a good heart are always a formidable combination”–Nelsen Mandela
“It’s always impossible until it’s done”–Nelsen Mandela
Good luck Mr Obama. We have every confidence in you to balance the books and get it right.
Eat. Pray. Love.
… gets the pop art treatment on the 50th Anniversary cover issue of Australian Vogue.
Kate Moss, is in St Tropez with daughter Lila Grace. Kate’s friend and the face of Chanel, singer Lily Allen, accompanied the UK’s supermodel mom and her daughter on their mini vacation.
I am reminded of the saying, that “it takes a whole village to raise a child.”
Nice pics from these three British girls.
Kate Moss’ 28th Vogue Cover is below. Congrats Kate Moss. That’s quite a track record in fashion for any working mom.
Supermodel Christy Turlington has still got cover girl appeal as she covers Vogue’s 2009 issue.
… because Rock chic will always be appreciated.
Lindsay Lohan recreated one of her favorite blonde icon’s when she glammed it up for Spanish Vogue with a Marilyn Monroe tribute.
Dear I say it, the natural redhead, looks quite pretty here. Nice one Lindsay!
British actress Sienna Miller graces the cover of USA’s Vogue Magazine. Why? No one knows, but with her down-to-earth comedic sense of humor the actress is looking hot.
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Shilpa Shetty is on the June 2009 Cover of Vogue India. Why in the land that has 1/6th of the world’s entire population, and flows with colorful cultural tapestries of color in the form of the sari …. is denim being pimped out in this issue?
California is the denim capitol of the world. It’s good for Californian denim sales, with teams of hardworking latinos working in factories in downtown LA, shipping American denim off to Indian by the boatloads… but, what about the culture of the sari, one may ask?!
Anyway, Indian superstar Shilpa Shetty looks hot on Vogue Indias cover!
10 Hot entertainment and news posts on Horiwood.Com right now, here in Hollywood are:
In the latest issue of Vogue, Cameron Diaz says she loves being her age. It’s a relief not to have to be “super sexy” any more. Yeah, we hear ya sister! I kid. :)
Says Cameron, “I’m not 25 years old anymore, nor do I want to be. I wouldn’t even want to go back to being 30. You know what I mean? That journey — I’ve done it already. I don’t want to do it again. It’s a lot of work to get through it, and I am excited about moving forward. I think that people get caught up in getting back to some place that they already passed. Or to a place where you cannot stay.”
Is she speaking specifically to dear Madonna? Joking! Let’s all keep Vogue-ing forever! Of course…
Fierce, bold, beautiful. Marc Jacob’s fashion statements are always memorable.
Scarlett Johansson is on the cover of French Vogue as a redhead. The cover claims that Ryan Reynold‘s wife is the anti-Marilyn. With all the Lady Gaga blondeness in the press of late, that was a smart move. Johansson knows how to work the PR machine by changing hair color. Nice!
Beyonce is perfection on the cover of April’s vogue. The singer was selected by Anna Wintour as a strong follow up to the March Vogue Michelle Obama cover. Let’s face it, Michelle Obama, Beyonce and Oprah are the three greats of African American women in politics, media and entertainment.
Michelle is The First Lady of the United States, Oprah doubles as a billionaire and also an American folk hero on daytime TV & Beyonce is the ‘it’ girl of American entertainment. Is Oprah going to grace the cover of Vogue next? or Tyra? But Anna Wintour is making a great statement, that black is the new black of a more Vogue America and she’s liking it! A great gig for Beyonce, for her House of Dereon branding too. Nice PR and positioning Beyonce Knowles.
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Pictured here with husband Bill, and UK rocker Bono, Melinda Gates has just fessed up in Vogue that she’s not allowed an i-phone or an i-pod in their home.
Poor Melinda! Just kidding… the Gates’ get fierce about marketing Microsoft in their latest round of PR in Vogue Magazine … (more…)