Claudia Mason at Elite New York. (Image by Ryan Mikail) Raise your hand if you remember Claudia Mason’s wonderful images in her many campaigns and covers; one of the true 90’s supermodels. She still looks darn amazing.
Congrats Francelle! The hard working makeup artist just got named NARS Cosmetics’ national makeup artist, a first for the company.
Beloved makeup artist Kevyn Aucoin‘s makeup line is given new life with a new creative director, Jeanine Lobell. Lobell also runs Stila which she founded in 1994.
LOVE.LADY.GAGA. She answers questions from fans like Mario Testino, Hedi Slimane, John Galliano, Naomi Campbell, Nick Knight and more on Showstudio. Read transcript here. See her live here.
Check out the new limited edition bag by Lancel created by 4 bloggers.
Fashionista ranks their top fashion schools. Do you agree with their ranking?
Think you have what it takes to be the next Tommy Ton? British Vogue is looking for their next Street Style blogger.
Fashionista has an interesting article about Philippe Halsman, master “jumpologist”, about the art of jumping in photography.
How do photo assistants go to the next level? Here’s how to strike out on your own.
Mario Testino coming out with a book on Kate Moss. Should be gorgeous
W Magazine features one of our favorites, Karolina Kurkova in their This Week’s Model feature.
If you haven’t seen Karen Elson‘s video for Cruel Summer, go to Style.com now.
Patricia Velasquez, has her annual Wayu Tayaa bash on Thursday where she helps the indigenous people of South America. Support her!
Ponyryder has an interview with rising Chinese model, Kiki Kang (who.
Iman is an icon; we knew that already though.
Lily Cole and Storm Model Management are launching a new model search in Britain.
Casting director Kannon Rajah talks to Frockwriter. We can attest that Kannon is pretty awesome.
If you want to read how young women feel about Terry, click here for Tavi, here for Jenna, here for Rose. 3 young female voices with a definite and powerful POV.
You’ll recognize production designer Andrew Ondrejcak‘s work from his beautiful, dreamy sets for Peter Lindbergh and Phillip Lim‘s runway shows but did you know that Andrew is also a playwright and director? He wrote a new theater piece called Fatherland, an absurdist comedy. Go see it: Friday, June 11 and Saturday, June 12 only. 8pm, starts promptly at Ideal Glass, 22 East 2nd Street, NYC (between 2nd Ave and Bowery St). RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.