Emma Stone is on the cover of the May 2015 issue of Interview Magazine! What’s more? Diane Keaton is the interviewer! The article is wonderful. It’s almost as though you’re eavesdropping on the two having coffee.
The images are shot by one of my personal favorites, British fashion photog Craig McDean. Harkening back to 70’s editorials, the photos are deliciously grainy with a muted palette, except, of course, for that vibrant red hair by Tracey Cunningham!
Check out some of the images:
You can read the article in its entirety on the Interview Magazine website!
If breastfeeding is taboo then eating a burger in the street needs to be taboo to the power of 100!
Supermodel, Nicole Trunfio posed and simultaneously breastfed her son for the front cover of Elle magazine Australia – what a talent! Breastfeeding and look hot whilst doing it, kudos to your girl!
However, this front cover is only available to subscribers of Elle magazines and was not sold in stores and a more covered version of her and her son was sold in the stores. Now why is a photo of a woman willingly breastfeeding publicly given some sort of exclusivity?Editor-in-Chief Justine Cullen stated:
…subscribers got a beautiful bonus by seeing the photo
As if it’s so taboo or forbidden that it’s for certain eyes only! Is the boob really taboo? Why isn’t it taboo when Miley bares all and when she does it we’re not gaining anything(well I’m not…
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Candice Huffine–who you might remember as the first plus size model to be featured in the Pirelli calendar–is launching a plus-size line with Italian brand Elena Mirò this week called #LovedByCandice. Unlike so many collections catering to diverse sizes, this one features clothes style-minded women will actually want to wear–and that’s cause to celebrate.
The seven-piece range is refreshingly on point, and includes pieces like a plunging black LBD, lace-up tops, brightly-printed minis, and other trend-focused items. In keeping with the line’s fashion-forward feel, the collection was also shot by high-fashion photographer Joshua Jordan, who’s also worked with international editions of Vogue, Elle, and Harper’s Bazaar.
Although the line won’t launch online until later this week–patience, you guys!–you can find out more about it here. In the meantime, keep scrolling to check out pieces below.
Photo: Elena Miro