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We all look forward to the gorgeous scantily clad Angels who know they’re the hottest commodity – because they are – but you won’t be seeing a few regulars, seeing that the stork is delivering mini-angels in the next several months. But, it’s not such a horrible thing to see new faces – and i know you will agree.
Although Heidi Klum’s post-pregnancy silhouette is less than Victoria’s Secret ready, the Aphrodite-esque mother of four is sidelined from walking but will be hosting the show. Adriana Lima continues to sport her bump and Karolina Kurkova has recently given birth to a boy.
According to Modelinia,
Erin Heatherton, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Candice Swanepoel, Lindsay Ellingson, Chanel Iman, Liu Wen, Izabel Goulart, Isabeli Fontana, Shannan Click, Flavia de Oliveira, Lyndsey Scott, Aminata Niaria, Caroline Trentini, Caroline Winberg, and Lily Aldridge are all confirmed to walk in the show this year! It’s an especially exciting moment for Liu, as she’s the first Asian model to take part in the Victoria’s Secret show, and just as thrilling for Chanel, since she’ll be walking for the first time as well!
Alessandra Ambrosio and Selita Ebanks will be walking as well.
Tune in on December 1, 10/9C on CBS. We can’t wait!
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Given that it’s been 15 years since I could merit loitering around the neighborhood scalping candy from neighbors, Heidi Klum’s Annual Halloween Bash is the Halloween venue of every adult’s Halloween inspired dreams. Most of us would even feign Perez Hilton to get into this exclusive celebrity studded venue. For us non-celebs, we can peruse the following photographs and critique Rachel Zoe’s non-Halloween-esque dress under our breaths. Enjoy!
More pictures after the jump.
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For those of you out there, you might be interested in this piece of information about respective industries by professionals from Refinery29, Self, a publicist, trend forecaster and an MTV VJ.
“On Wednesday, October 28th, Ladies Lotto, a networking group for professional women, is hosting a panel called Behind the Beast.
A panel of experts, including the Editorial Director of Refinery29, the Fashion Editor of Self, a publicist, a trend forecaster and even an MTV VJ will talk about how to break into the industry, despite the tough economic times, and what to do once you’re in.
The moderated discussion, and the cocktails after, will give you a chance to ask questions of a pretty diverse group of women and gain some insight into both magazines and blogs, as well as the PR side of the industry.” [Fashionista]
Venue: Tribeca Grand
RSVP by October 27 with firstname.lastname@example.org
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Mark your calenders! Following the success of Burberry’s FW S/S 2010 live stream — thank you Christopher Bailey — Marc Jacobs for French fashion house Louis Vuitton, and Alexander McQueen plan to adapt Burberry’s concept for a live streaming fashion show. Alexander McQueen will stream his S/S 2010 collection at Alexandermcqueen.com on October 6 at 8:30 p.m. Paris time, or 2:30 p.m. EST (NYC time), followed by Louis Vuitton on October 7 at 2:30 p.m. Paris time, or 8:30 a.m EST at Louis Vuitton’s Facebook page. You must join LV’s Facebook page for the free live runway show. And thus begins the evolution of fashion design tailored to the masses. Enjoy!
W magazine is seeking submissions for its first W: The Art Project photography contest, to be judged by a distinguished panel. Entrants must immortalize the theme of ‘obsession’ with their cameras and must submit their work online from Oct. 1 until Dec. 1. Twenty semifinalists will be hand selected, from which a winner will be determined by the public. The grand prize winner will receive one on one art consultation by Blair Voltz Clarke, a new professional-grade camera, a W magazine promo feature and a free professional photo website membership. Sounds good? Interested? Check it out online here. Good luck!
I never was a Lady Gaga fan despite my coverage on the omnipresent diva celebrity. She was everywhere during Fashion Week, at after-party, after after-party. I don’t know what my editors would say if they knew I divulged how uncooperative she was in getting interviewed for the September issue, but I’ve said it and now it’s too late. Only VIP and staff were permitted access to the exclusive venue, leaving everyone else waiting in line at the door for over an hour, waiting to see the in vogue icon herself, Lady Gaga. According to Mo’s friend who is buddy buddy with the owner, even the owner of The Box was absent. So surprise, surprise, Gaga decides show up to the overbooked, The Box, one hour after the end of the party, flanked by (of all people) Perez Hilton — I think the gay community was just slapped in the face with a hypocrite’s Chanel handbag. She was decked out from head to toe in white, her head cloaked by what I’ll liken to a fishnet over over sized sunglasses. Despite Aaron Hicklin’s desperation to have Gaga pose for a candid, Gaga refused — although, Noah, Out.com‘s editorial assistant, did manage to snag a few unsuspecting pictures for Out‘s Pop.nography blog. I’m re-posting a few pictures from Noah’s post (Noah, I hope you don’t mind).
More photos after the jump!
Fashion’s Night Out T-shirts are on sale for 30 dollars! Snag them while they last. I suggest Guiltgroup.com but knowing Guilt Group, the shirts wont last for too long (they’re sold out on ‘large’). Darn.
I’ll be away for the day as I’ve been invited to peruse Southern designer’s collections at the Metroplitan Hotel in NYC. Rumor has it that a certain Gossip Girl is going to be stopping by. I’ll take pictures and post them up for viewing later later tonight (hopefully). Oh, and it looks like my editor wants me to freelance for a little $$. I still haven’t heard back from Esquire (it’s been a week) and I’ve sent a follow up email not too long ago. I don’t have a good feeling about this, but oh well. I can always go back to school. It’s a good idea to keep in contact with your editors and do a good job for obvious reasons, but I’ll get into that later. I will try to have content from today’s event ASAP, and of course I’ll try to snap a few celebrity candids.
— Francis Bea