Yohji Yamamoto – men’s pret a porter spring/s...

Yohji Yamamoto, the Japanese designer, who is known for an avant-garde spirit in his clothing presented a preview of his new menswear collection for next spring/summer 2013. Although he hasn’t changed his typical style, he’s still on the cutting edge of Japanese fashion. At this...

Kate Moss blasts unfashionable Tom Cruise

Kate Moss has lashed out at Tom Cruise and his wife Katie Holmes, claiming they cut in front of her and designer Stella McCartney at last year’s Met Ball in New York. Kate had been waiting in line for more than an hour. She said: “Tom and Katie just walked right up to the front,...

Alice Dellal set for big things

STRANGE haircut? Check. Punk-rock party girl? Check. Well ALICE DELLAL certainly has all the credentials necessary to match arch rival AGYNESS DEYN. The 20-year-old blonde socialite is being tipped for big things in the modelling world after replacing KATE MOSS as the new face of Agent...

Big love in the Big Apple: Has party queen Agyness Deyn m...

Just two weeks after ending her long-term relationship, it appears supermodel Agyness Deyn may have found love again already. The model-of-the-moment, 25, turned up arm-in-arm with The Strokes guitarist Albert Hammond Jr. at the Songwriter Hall Of Fame Awards in New York last night. The pair...

models blog… is on holidays…

…and will be back in August, with exciting news and scoops on January 8th. Meanwhile we are happy to announce that Kate Moss and Pete Doherty are split (or will be doing so very soon!). Or is this the society a “role model” should be in? [youtube 10THr50-NzQ] (in Italian)

Model Laura in Vogue

A MODEL who appears on the cover of June’s edition of UK Vogue used to work at a Rossendale chip shop. Laura Hollins, who appears under the supermodel pseudonym Agyness Deyn, is hotly tipped as the new Kate Moss. As a teenager she worked at The Village Chippy, in Stubbins, near...

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