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It’s safe to say Kim Kardashian isn’t have one of her best weeks. After Kimmy Kouchgate blitzed the Internet with a string of unflattering memes and Robin Williams jokes (he said he looked better in his Mrs. Doubtfire dress) Kim is taking another fail for her Met Gala floral Givenchy gown.
And in the latest blip of bad press,Kim was photoshopped out of Vogue’s Special Edition Best Dressed slideshow. Kanye West is featured in his Givenchy ensemble gone right, clutching Kim’s gloved hand. Burn.
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Are you ready for some good news? Michelle Obama’s cover for the next issue of Vogue is really happening!
Or so it seems.
The Washington Post has confirmed the initial reports that the glossy fashion mag held a shoot at the White House in January. Robin Givhan, the Post’s former fashion editor, tipped off the newspaper that Michelle Obama was shot by Annie Leibovitz for the April cover of Vogue wearing — wait for it — Reed Krakoff.
We don’t usually get excited about these kinds of rumors, but Ms. Givhan is definitely a trusty, in-the-know member of the industry. Of course, we originally speculated that FLOTUS’ cover would debut for March, so we were a wee bit disappointed to see Beyonce’s gorgeous face when our issue came in the mail.
But it finally seems like we’ll have a reason to rejoice. Mrs. O wearing Reed Krakoff seems like a likely choice, too — she’s chosen his pieces for the Pritzker Architecture Prize Ceremony, President Obama’s swearing-in ceremony this year and the inauguration that came after it. One could say the designer is her new Jason Wu (she did wear Wu on her last Vogue cover in 2009, after all).
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A few months ago, a little birdy told us that Halle Berry would grace the coveted cover of the September 2010 Vogue and the issue is about to hit newsstands on August 24. Halle looks stunning on the cover sporting a pageboy bob, and inside the magazine she goes on record about her love life and how life as a mom has changed her forever.
Cameroonian photographer Mario Epanya went all out in his campaign to make Vogue Africa a reality. In order to get publisher Conde Nast to see the potential in the magazine–that would pay homage to African women–he created fictional covers, featuring gorgeous images, but it looks like it wasn’t enough.