Standing out in a room full of Michael Kors-clad models and celebrities isn't easy A clean-lined day-glo dress and Kloss's elegant stature do the trick.
I'm not sure what was more captivating -- the show or the people attending it. While Jean Paul Gaultier wore an all black classic outfit with a long kilt that ran to the floor, the rest of the crowd seemed to reflect his body of work.
Every season, I learn a little more about how this spectacle touches millions of women who will never find themselves in a darkened theater watching... clothes. Here's why the shows might actually matter to you, even if you think they don't:
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Thinking of undergoing a big cut? Make sure you're prepared both physically and emotionally.
By Bennett Marcus, Vanity Fair There has been so much buzz about Karlie Kloss's new, shorter hairstyle that people are calling it merely "the Chop"...
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For over three decades, Steve McCurry has traveled the globe capturing unseen conflict with his astounding images of war-torn Afghanistan and Iraq. His storied career has produced an incredible wealth of genuinely humbling images.
Instead of the calendar that we often come to expect, featuring artistic nudes, Pirelli and McCurry opted for a less expected route. They chose, instead, to feature eleven women fully clothed -- all of who work on environmental and humanitarian causes.
While the average woman won't be stripping down to her skivvies alongside Justin Bieber on national TV this December, the holiday party season calls for scene-stealing glamour and a hint, if not a generous helping, of sex appeal.
Numéro magazine recently airbrushed model Karlie Kloss... to make her look less thin.. Airbrushing the ribs off a thin model is every bit as disturbing as whittling away thighs and tummies.
Year after year, we celebrate summer with similar traditions, and year after year, editors and stylists are tasked with finding ways to reinvent and incorporate these elements into their shoots.
Whoever says Karlie Kloss' pictures are heavily Photoshopped is wrong. The picture is beautiful and that is all.
Below, Wu curates a philanthropist's guide to looking great for the upcoming social season.