February 26th, 2010 | Betty
The girl with the most NY shows (31) is especially clean and pristine on the cover of the new Deutsch.
Kristen McMenamy, Francisco Costa, Doutzen Kroes at last week’s Calvin party. Ph: Patrick McMullen courtesy of Calvin Klein.
Hey, any chance to post pictures of modeling legend, Kristen McNemany, I will take it. This photo is the exact reason why Calvin Klein will always be relevant. The embrace of the legendary (Kristen) with a modern day beauty (Doutzen) shows how the brand will always keep you guessing.
A BIG bits & Bytes: some news is old, some is new, catching people up from fashion week!
Our incredible Wayne Sterling expounds on the meaning of walking the runways of today.
Craig Arend sits down with Storm’s Sarah Doukas who discovered a young 14 year old lass named Kate Moss.
Looking for the new Black “IT” girl are Elite Models and Essence Magazine.
Benetton‘s next campaign face.. it could be you!
Coco Rocha, we adore you!Â Here she talks, uncensored about the NY Times/Daily News “stories” on her being considered “fat”.
Arlenis Sosa for Latina Magazine at a party sponsored by Lancome (see pic below). Kind of a big deal as past covergirls have been Jennifer Lopez and Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayer. Arlenis talks about how black models need to stick together.
Male models should tremble. Zoolander 2 is in the works.
Another evil and unkind moment in the fashion industry. Frockwriter dissects the mess about Gemma Ward.
How do you get started in fashion photography? Tips from the experts are right here.
For female photographers only, here is eye opening advice from A Photo Editor.
Fashionista talks to a Getty photographer.
Fashion and miscellaneous:
LVMH-owned E Luxury is gone, only to be replaced by the Nowness. With that kind of backing, that website should be quite interesting.
Style.com‘s interview with Hedi Slimane. Does he go back to designing? Find out….
Vogue Italia, Vogue Black and Vogue Curvy. Yes, we wish they were one, but hey, at least the dialogue is starting. (The Cut via Jezebel).
Speaking of Vogue, Jezebel talks about how those cover lines are made up (edited out from the September issue). It’s pretty darn funny.
Fashion Week Daily has a deleted scene from the September Issue where Karl Lagerfeld separates us from them (my words not his). Another hilarous moment from Karl.
Lancome sponsored Latina Magazine party: Arlenis (in Alexander Wang) with fellow Dominicans, Kat De Luna and Julissa Bermudez. (Image: Patrick McMullen Co, courtesy of Lancome)