Supermodel records selfies on the catwalk
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A supermodel takes selfies on the catwalk!
Another one wants to make films.
It is either a bra or a top for this singer!
This and more in our latest round-up from the world of glamour.
We start out with Cara Delevingne's selfies.
Cara Delevingne has recorded the first ever runway selfie video during Giles Deacon’s show at the London Fashion Week.
The 21-year-old English fashion model shot six short Instagram videos with her iPhone and is seen gleefully cackling and making faces during the show, News.com.au reported.
Delevingne, who is dating Michelle Rodriguez, also unveiled the 'Cara Delevingne Collection’ which is her collaboration with luxury handbag label Mulberry bags.
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Roberto Cavalli calls Michael Kors a 'copycat'
Designer Roberto Cavalli has taken a fight with fellow fashion honcho Michael Kors by calling him a 'copycat'.
The 73-year-old designer feels bad that nobody keeps a tab on him despite he always steals designs from others, reported the New York Post.
"Michael Kors, he copies everything!. It's really a scandal and nobody has the courage to say anything. It's really not fair," Cavalli said.
This is not the first time Cavalli has made such charges.
"(Kors is) one of the biggest copy designers in the world. I just want to tell him to stop copying me! Stop! He copies everybody!," Cavalli had said.
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I never shave my legs: Victoria Beckham
Fashion icon Victoria Beckham claims that she never shaves her legs.
The 39-year-old model revealed her grooming techniques and work out tips in a candid interview to a fashion magazine recently, Daily Mirror reported.
"I do not shave my legs. I got laser which is amazing. You can go back for little touch-ups if you do see little hairs appearing. But I have been very lucky that I have not had to. That was one of the best tips that Eva Longoria ever
gave me," she said.
The former Spice girl also claimed that she runs up to four miles every day and gets up at 6am every day to exercise.
Beckham added that she liked living in America as the place is more acceptable to career-oriented women.
"Living in America for six years was the happiest I think I have ever been. It was much more accepting for a woman to have a career, as well as a man. And I loved it," she said in the interview.
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Kate Moss wants to be a filmmaker?
Supermodel Kate Moss reportedly wants to venture into filmmaking for which she is contemplating about joining a course.
The 40-year-old model is apparently serious about her directorial ambitions and wants to take things to the next level, reported Daily Star.
Kate and Jamie (Kate's husband) regularly watch deep psychological films with amazing photography and subtitles. She has been looking into scriptwriting and hopes to attend special lessons in directing and producing," a source said.
"She has also been speaking to a few Hollywood contacts. Kate very much wants to take things to the next level in Los Angeles and London," the source added.
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Kim Kardashian slams butt critics on Twitter
Kim Kardashian has slammed gossip mongers on Twitter who have criticized her famous derriere.
The TV personality, logged in to Twitter to confront the issue where she talked about her fabulous figure, the Huffington Post reported.
The 33-year-old reality star tweeted that she had lost of oodles of weight post pregnancy and one should know how difficult it is to lose every inch.
The actress further added that the body completely changes when someone is expecting a baby and she is not perfect.
Kim seemed to be proud of her body shape and said that she won’t conform to any skinny standards.
Photographs: Danny Moloshok / Reuters
Lorde's style icons are David Bowie, Grace Jones
Canadian singer Lorde is not into fashion trends and says her unique fashion style is influenced by musicians like David Bowie and Grace Jones.
The singer says she likes to wear clothes that make her feel strong, reported Us magazine.
"The kind of clothes that I've found I like to wear over the past year and six month have all been things that make me feel powerful and strong," Lorde told Vogue magazine in an interview.
"I wear a lot of pants I wear a lot of long structure dresses. People like Grace Jones and David Bowie, who have a sense of themselves," said Lorde, who features on the March issue of the magazine.
The singer says she is still getting used to having fans who follow her blindly.
"There's a fine line between role model and preaching to people. I never want to tell anyone how they should be, especially not someone my age. But, that being said, I'm conscious of the fact that people my age are reading what I say and listening to what I say, and that's cool-particularly for the girls who are into what I do."
Photographs: Toby Melville / Reuters
RiRi's fashion mantra is going braless when wearing top and vice-e-versa
Rihanna has shed light on her unusual dress code, asserting that she does not like wearing a bra and a top at the same time.
The Umbrella hit maker told America’s Vogue magazine that if she is wearing a top, she doesn’t wear a bra and if she wears a bra, she just wears the bra, the Mirror reported.
The 25-year-old singer also admitted that she has a tendency to forget to wear her undies and that as a teenager she preferred boys’ clothes over dresses.
Photographs: Mario Anzuoni / Reuters
Ryan Reynolds joins wife Blake Lively as new face for L'oreal Paris
Ryan Reynolds has been named as the new spokesperson for cosmetic brand L’oreal Paris.
The Green Lantern star will serve as the Men Expert spokesmodel, Contactmusic reportd.
Reynolds has joined his wife Blake Lively as one of the new faces of the cosmetic brand.
Lively was named a spokesperson for the French brand in 2013.
Photographs: Mario Anzuoni / Reuters
Kardashian sisters launch clothing line for little girls
Kim Kardashian, Kourtney Kardashian and Khloe Kardashian have unveiled their 30-piece kids collection.
The reality TV sisters released the first pictures of their new line of baby clothes yesterday, reported the New York Daily News.
The 30-piece collection includes gold polka-dot leggings, little dresses covered in butterflies and leopard print outfits.
"It was mainly Kourtney who was the inspiration, but as I got pregnant, I started to chime in," Kim said about the collection.
The line also has Twitter, Instagram and Facebook accounts. The collection will go on sale online from March 15.
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Manisha Koirala unveils specially designed mastectomy blouses
Bollywood actress Manisha Koirala, who recently battled with ovarian cancer, feels that the ailment is attached with a lot of baggage in our society.
"I respect life and the living a lot more now. I want to do my bit to raise awareness about cancer. I feel that we should stop attaching a lot of baggage to this ailment because it won't do anyone good," Manisha said at a cancer awareness event held here.
Manisha, who was last seen in Bhoot Returns, also unveiled the specially designed mastectomy blouses at the fourth edition of Design One, a social endeavour by Sahachari Foundation.
"Having gone through the experience of cancer myself, I feel support in any way or form is an important part of the healing process. I hope these specially designed blouses will give that much needed boost to women who have fought breast cancer and survived it," Manisha said about the initiative.
Dressed in a floral overcoat and a matching floral-neck piece, the award-winning actress was a sight of poise and grace as she answered queries about her health and her battle with cancer.
Talking about the cosmetic solution to the cancer woes of women, in the form of a prosthetic blouse, Manisha says that it is a matter of personal choice.
"There are women who are scared to face the world after they are diagnosed with cancer. They want to look presentable and such initiatives give them that choice. It is actually a matter of an individual's choice," Manisha said.
Amruda Nair, spokesperson of the foundation termed the effort as "providing a second chance to the women who want to regain their confidence and look at life with a smile all over again."
The designer duo of Shivan-Narresh has designed the mastectomy blouse that has an in-built prosthetic breast and uses the special bodice blocks that give the right fit to Indian women.
"We found out that women deal with a lot of confidence issues once they are confronted with cancer. There are women who fit clothes in the blouses to get the normal shape of the breasts after mastectomy. We are sure with such blouses, they will have a healthy option now," Shivan said.
Design one will be exhibited on February 26 and 27 at The Lodhi hotel in the capital.
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