Thursday, July 28, 2011

Grace Bol for Vogue Italia "From Grace, With Love" by Bryan Taylor Johnson

Raquel Zimmermann for Vogue US August 2011 by Steven Klein.

Anna Wintour Covers WSJ Magazine on April 2011 by Mario Testino.

How Could I have missed this. Oh living in a tribal zone... and that too in India... I'm sorry Anna!!! I love you ANNA WINTOUR!!!!

Madonna for Interview Magazine May 2010.

She was HOT then as she is HOT now. Madonna is so totally Rockin' this world of ours!!! This shoot by Mert and Marcus has so far been my favorite amongst the Interview Editorials.

A Portrait of Dorian Gray by Karl Lagerfeld!

The Picture of Dorian Gray was a book by a Victorian writer, Oscar Wilde. Now we have a supposed-photographic print of his image through the lenses of Maison Lagerfeld.


"VALENTINO: THE LAST EMPEROR" - A must-watch Documentary!!

A beautiful portrayal of the beautiful inner workings of a Couturier named Valentino, this documentary shows you through his thoughts and viewpoints where I find myself walking on air over and over again!

Feli of Dr. Luke for Lunglen Magazine July 2011.

The July Issue of Lunglen Magazine has come out later than usual due to some technical problems and sadly for me, my articles for my column "Goosh's Corner" has not been featured due to the same problems. However, August will bring me my birthday and yes, a new article to be printed on the pages of Lunglen Magazine. 

Grace Coddington's Memoirs to come out soon! She SOLD it!

To the delight of fashionista’s and industry giants alike, Coddington’s memoirs are in the works. She sold her Memoirs to Random House for 1.2 Million Dollars. The book will cover Coddington’s early life in Wales, her modeling days in the Sixties in London, the car accident that changed her career path and her ascendancy through fashion’s ranks as a stylist and editor at British Vogue and later at American Vogue. Hopefully a few behind-the-scenes drama will be included too! Coddington is collaborating with men Vogue’s Editor in Chief Jay Fielden.Coddington became a British Vogue editor in 1969, before traveling to NYC in 1987 to become a design director at Calvin Klein, to then join American Vogue in 1988.

Alexander Mcqueen's Will!!

Much of Alexander McQueen's 16-million pound ($26 million) estate will go to his Sarabande charity, according to documents made public Tuesday. The renowned fashion designer killed himself in February 2010, following closely on his mother's death.

McQueen said in his will that he hoped Sarabande would support scholarships at the Central St. Martins College of Art and Design, which he attended.
Other beneficiaries named in his will include his three sisters and two brothers, each receiving 250,000 pounds. Two household staff members, McQueen's godson and all of his nieces and nephews were provided 50,000 pounds each.
Care for the British designer's dogs after his death has been covered by 50,000 pounds from the estate.
  Finally, two animal charities, the London Buddhist Center and a health advocacy trust were given 100,000 pounds each.
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