Remember Regina George from Mean Girls? Well, actress Rachel McAdams (in Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2010) is on the cover of January 2010 issue of American Vogue.
Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2010
I remember whining not too long ago how American Vogue usually picks from the same pool of actresses for the covers, namely Nicole, Charlize, Cameron, Sienna, etc. so this cover is quite a bit of a shocker and totally unexpected.
It's a good thing, no?
Anyhoo, I'm particularly curious with two of their cover stories — "Youthquake 2010" and "When Size 4 is Too Big".
I think I'm buying this issue.
credits: scan via tfs, dolce & gabbana runway photo via style.com
Photographed by Mario Testino. Flawless!!!!!!!!! I've said it many times in the past that I'm not really a big fan of celebrity covers especially when they're all "glammed" up. That whole Hollywood glam glam glam look is soo tired but no other magazine in America, IMO at least, do celebrity covers best other than V Magazine (ok, maybe W or Star haha). Anyhoo… it's refreshing to see someone like Natalie, who has that all-American sweetheart image, be 'edgy'.But then again, didn't she shaved her head once?
It’s no secret that I’m not too keen on celebs which is why I’ve never heard of Camilla Belle before. I mean, I posted a tweet about it just a few seconds ago and people instantly replied that she’s a Jonas brother ex. Whatevs. Oh my nerves HOT FEROCIOUS MAMA… she looks stunning in Alexander McQueen, no? Wow. Just wow.
And this is why luxury fashion houses should NEVAH hire a celebrity to star an ad campaign. I can’t even imagine how many millions of dollars James Franco got paid for his Gucci ad campaign (stolen from a model, as always) but watch this video. He’s off the rails, I’m telling you.
He can’t even pronounce Gucci correctly. Speechless. Please tell me this video is a spoof. Or some ‘twisted’ viral marketing thing to promote the fragrance. Please.
We all have our own ideals and goals when it comes to our bodies. In my case, I wish I was 6 foot tall and 110 pounds instead of the pudgy, stumpy tragic little bloated buddha body that I have now.
Madonna, on the other hand, is a different story. I want to understand her rigorous obsession with fitness but the more I see her pictures, the more I’m finding it difficult. I don’t get her. I just don’t. I’m starting to think she’s the female celebrity version of Thierry Mugler.
Is it the flash, the pose, her movements, the lighting? Who knows. Not a great photo, Madge.
photo credit: fame pictures via the skinny website