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Kate and Justin and Marc.

The new issue of American Vogue celebrates Anna Wintours annual fashion bonanza – The Costume Institute Gala, held in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is a who’s who of the fashion world and far more fun to look at than an awards ceremony, where everyone plays it safe, people who attend this Gala are not afraid to make fashion statements. The Costume Institue puts on an exhibition every year and Anna throws a launch Gala to celebrate this, the theme this time is The Model as Muse: Embodying Fashion’, so expect to see models from every era in attendance.

Here’s a pic from the aforementioned May 2009 issue of Vogue which features a stunning shoot by Annie Leibovitz with Kate Moss, Justin Timberlake and Marc Jacobs. But what’s the link you might be thinking? Well they are all hosting Anna’s fantabulous Gala! Firstly, I understand Marc and Kate being there but I don’t like the idea of Justin being considered a serious player in the fashion industry, due to his William Rast line……no.
Also, Kate Moss, hosting an event? Talking into a microphone? Surely her talents lie in not talking? Hhhhmmm, we’ll have to wait until the event on 4th May to see how this one pans out. I don’t doubt it’s gonna look good though, and let’s face it, that’s all that matters.

Filed under: Anna Wintour, Annie Leibovitz, Costume Institue Gala, fashion, French Vogue, Justin Timberlake, Kate Moss, Marc Jacobs, Museum of Modern Art, photography

Drew Barrymore Underwater

It’s been a while since I’ve been properly impressed by a mainstream fashion magazine cover, so it was a very exciting surprise to see this beauty from Elle:

It’s stunning and Drew Barrymore looks amazing. Although coming from a Hollywood acting dynasty family, Drew has never fit the conventional starlet mold, with either her film choices or the way she lives life, and that’s why I like her. She was a perfect choice for this creative cover.

Filed under: Drew Barrymore, Elle magazine, fashion, photography, underwater