We’ve got ourselves some press-coverage again. Not something huge, but funny to see that we got quoted this time instead of quoting someone else. Continue reading
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About ‘curvaceous’ Crystal Renn’s first appearance on a Chanel runway:
”Lagerfeld had cast the show with a slightly more curvaceous model named Crystal Renn, not seen on any Chanel catwalk before. This in itself was groundbreaking for the house, but there was also the return of personality models encouraged to be themselves instead of robotic look-alikes.”
WWD posted this interesting article this morning about bloggers becoming the new fashion celebrities. Isn’t that what we were saying all along? The most important part is getting recognition from the fashion industry, and it finally seems to be working now. Just like Susie Bubble (Susanna Lau) says, it’s time that bloggers are considered as part of the media:
“We’re focusing on bloggers as freak beings, which I find a little offensive,” said Lau. “They’re one strand of media. Magazines are another strand.”
(Quote by Susanna Lau in WWD)
Donatella Versace, and her late brother Gianni were responsible for the rise of the supermodels. The Independent interviewed Donatella about the new generation of models, that according to Donatella lack ‘ego’. They are too ‘natural’. Obviously the word ‘natural’ doesn’t come across in Donatella’s dictionary…..
“I don’t even know what my natural colour is. Natural? What is natural? What is that? I do not believe in totally natural for women. For me, natural has something to do with vegetables.”
(Source: The Independent)
It’s the second quote about Kate Moss in a week. Sorry about that, but she’s one of our icons. And an icon who could have become royalty… As it seems Kate Moss and the former heir to the throne of Italy, Prince Emanuele Filliberto have dated for a while.
This is what Prince Emanuele said about the relationship:
“Who would not fall in love with Kate Moss? She is charming, intelligent and very beautiful,” Filiberto told Italian magazine Chi. “We were together for about eight months and she was a wonderful and fascinating woman, not bizarre or weird at all. Then our relationship ended because that’s how things go. But I remember her as a passionate woman.”
….she’s losing her interest in print magazines, as she told online magazine Ponystep:
“I find magazines less and less interesting — I don’t really buy magazines or look at magazines. I mean I’ve got a twelve year old and we were talking about it yesterday — she’ll go on the internet and probably look at something like your [online] magazine [Ponystep] more. She would not ever go to a newsagent and buy a magazine. And even here when we get sent ones that I’ve got work in, she’s not really interested in it. In a way I’m doing less editorial because it seems a bit tired now.” Continue reading