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Zac Posen Will Replace Michael Kors on 'Project Runway'

By Lindsay Schallon on
(Photo by FameFlynet) Zac Posen is replacing Michael Kors as a judge on Project Runway.After 10 hilarious—and super-quotable!—seasons, Michael Kors is saying goodbye to his pals Heidi, Tim, and Nina on Project Runway. And Zac Posen is taking his seat! Posen, who's reportedly also set to guest star in Naomi Campbell's new fashion reality show The Face, certainly seems excited about the, uh, face time he's going to get on the tube. The designer tweeted the following statement earlier today...Read Full Story

Vice Acquires i-D Magazine

By Danica Lo on
Just announced: In a landmark international deal that's resulted in the creation of a sort of fringe-fashion-media transnational superpower, Brooklyn-based youth-punk media company Vice has acquired London-based independent editorial powerhouse i-D. The iconic British magazine's founder, Terry Jones, and his wife, Tricia, will remain "partners and shareholders in i-D and continue to be creative visionaries," says the announcement."Vice is so excited to work with the guys at i-D magazine, one...Read Full Story

Paz de la Huerta Covers Playboy, Photographed by Mario Sorrenti [NSFW-ish]

By Danica Lo on
(Getty Images) Paz de la Huerta, Boardwalk Empire starBoardwalk Empire star Paz de la Huerta covers the January 2013 issue of Playboy—on newsstands December 18th—and, inside, she reveals more than just her, um, toosh (which is photographed, very nicely, by fashion photographer Mario Sorrenti, by the way). Playboy sent legendary art world personality and director of LA's MoCA Jeffrey Deitch to interview the provocative actress—they talked about everything from acting to working with Sorrenti...Read Full Story

Grace Coddington Dishes on Bloggers, Balenciaga & Anna Wintour

By Lindsay Schallon on
(Photo by Getty)   Grace Coddington (Getty) These days, Grace is the word in fashion media. The Vogue Creative Director just starred in the magazine's second documentary, In Vogue: The Editor's Eye and launched a tell-all memoir. To promote of her recent projects, Grace Coddington sat down for a chat with The Huffington Post, where she dished on everything from the rise of fashion bloggers to Alexander Wang's appointment at Balenciaga to, naturally, her relationship with Anna Wintour...Read Full Story

NBC's 'Fashion Star' Will Return March 8th, Airing on Fridays

By Danica Lo on
(NBC)Is Friday the new hot day to air fashion reality shows? This past season's America's Next Top Model aired every Friday at 8 p.m. on the CW—and just today NBC announced that Fashion Star will make its second series debut on March 8th, also at 8 p.m. Last season, Fashion Star aired on Tuesdays.Anyhoo, Tuesday-Friday. The second season of Fashion Star will see the return of judges/mentors/peanut-gallery Jessica Simpson, Nicole Richie, and John Varvatos along with "buyers" from Macy's, Saks...Read Full Story

Elle Fanning on Working With Angelina Jolie and Being a Normal Teenager

By Danica Lo on
(Courtesy Bullett) Elle Fanning covers the Winter 2012 issue of BullettRising star (and fashion plate) Elle Fanning covers the winter 2012 issue of Bullett magazine—which arrives on newsstands December 18th—photographed by Pierre Debusschere. Inside the issue, she opens up about working with Angelina Jolie, choosing acting roles at the tender age of 14, and how to be as normal a teenager as possible in her spare time.Here are some of the best bits from the interview.On working with Angelina...Read Full Story

Lea Michele: 'You Can Think What You Want to Think About Me—That's Okay.'

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(Courtesy Marie Claire)Glee star Lea Michele covers the January 2013 issue of Marie Claire—on newsstands December 18th! Inside the magazine, she opens up about all the rumors—her alleged diva behavior, celebrity catfights, Cory Monteith, and more. Check out some of the best bits from her interview, right here.On being a diva: "I am a very outspoken person, and if something makes me uncomfortable, you will know that it makes me uncomfortable, but that's as far as it goes. I can assure you that...Read Full Story

'The Guardian' is Launching a Fashion Blogger Network

By Danica Lo on
Typically the provenance of digital ad companies and internet-ambitious print media, fashion blogger networks have, over the past four or five yeas, become a popular tool for brands looking for a quick way to expand their online presences without assuming a staffing burden. In exchange for reach—media companies and publications such as Glamour and Lucky, for example, have tremendous influence and a huge audience—publications license independent fashion bloggers' content on either an exclusive...Read Full Story

Kate Upton Covers British 'Vogue,' Her Cleavage Does Not

By Caitlin Petreycik on
(Courtesy of Vogue)  Another day, another Vogue cover for Kate Upton! The model landed the most coveted spot on British Vogue's January 2013 issue—her second major cover for the glossy in as many months (she's on November's Vogue Italia).  While Upton looks gorgeous, as usual, there's one thing missing from the British Vogue shot. Okay, two things (Sorry, Kate Upton brings out our inner frat guy).  Her cleavage. Most editors can't wait to put the swimwear model in something low-cut. Just look...Read Full Story

Net-a-Porter Is Launching a Print Magazine

By Caitlin Petreycik on
(Net-a-Porter) At this point, most magazines have a website, but it's rare for a website to launch a magazine. Net-a-Porter, however, is getting into the print game with a new fashion glossy, set to debut within a year, Wired reports. It may seem like an odd move, but, trust us—it makes sense.  Here's why: Founder Natalie Massenet, who used to work at WWD, has always thought of Net-a-Porter as a magazine that happens to sell clothes. And she recently hired former Harper's Bazaar UK Editor in...Read Full Story