Kate Moss to glam up Playboy and more fashion news
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Who is crowned 'Internet's most popular supermodel? Who was voted the 'sexiest woman'?
Here's the lowdown on the latest fashion news!
Kate Moss to grace cover of Playboy's 60th anniversary issue
Kate Moss will reportedly be making an appearance in the cover of Playboy magazine's 60th anniversary issue.
According to NowThis News, the highly-anticipated anniversary edition will be published in January 2014.
A leaked secret memo said that the 39-year-old supermodel's photo shoot will reportedly be shot at an unknown location in London later this month, News.com.au reported.
This will be the first time Moss will be posing for the adult magazine.
She will be photographed by famed fashion photography duo Mert and Marcus; stylist Alex White from fashion magazine W is also tipped to be involved in the shoot.
Image: Kate Moss
Photographs: Liu Jo Spring/Summer 2012 ad campaign
Tyra Banks crowned 'Internet's most popular supermodel'
Tyra Banks has topped a poll for the most popular supermodel on the Internet.
Modelinia.com surveyed how catwalk stunners fared on Twitter, Facebook and photo-sharing website Instagram.com.
The 39-year-old model rules over Twitter.com with over 8.2 million followers, beating Miranda Kerr, who bagged second place with 1.6 million fans, Contactmusic reported.
The Californian native has the maximum number of 'friends' on Facebook with just fewer than three million, eclipsing second-placed Adriana Lima with 2.5 million followers.
Banks is also the most followed on Instagram, with more than 1. 2 million fans, defeating Australian model Kerr, who is close behind with 1.1 million.
Image: Tyra Banks
Photographs: Cover of Sports Illustrated Magazine, February 1997
I did not have a lot of time to lose baby fat: Beyonce
Pop star Beyonce says it was a challenge to reclaim her figure back after the birth of Blue Ivy as she had to get back in shape in just three months.
The Grammy winner, who put on 57 pounds during her pregnancy, had booked her first post-baby concert just months after the birth of her daughter, the Huffington Post reported.
"I gained 57 pounds when I was pregnant. I didn't have a lot of time to lose the weight, because I scheduled a show three months after I gave birth, which I would never do again," she says in a behind-the-scenes video on her upcoming cover story for Shape magazine.
"I'm not a person that is naturally very thin. I am a person that has to work at keeping my body in shape," she said.
Beyonce, 31, says that the most important part of losing the baby weight was understanding what worked best for her body.
"Not everyone is supposed to be the same. Be healthy and take care of yourself, but be happy with the beautiful things that make you, you."
Photographs: Cover of GQ USA, February 2013
I should have worn a bra at 2002 Oscars, says Gwyneth Paltrow
Gwyneth Paltrow, whose Goth-inspired gown remains one of the most surprising style moments in Oscar history, has said that she should have worn a bra underneath that Alexander McQueen frock in 2002.
The sheer top on the gown left the now 40-year-old actress with an unfortunate saggy look.
The Oscar-winner was the "It" girl at the time, but still the usually chic star landed on several "Worst Dressed" lists in 2002.
Now, Paltrow has come forth and explained her misstep, taking to her GOOP blog to write about her biggest fashion faux pas.
She wrote that she still loves that dress but she should have worn a bra and should have had just had a simple beachy hair and less makeup, the New York Post reported.
She added that then it would have worked as she wanted it to - a little bit of punk at the Oscars.
Image: Actress Gwyneth Paltrow poses for photographers at the Vanity Fair Oscar party at Morton's March 24, 2002 in Los Angeles.
Photographs: Rose Prouser/ Reuters
Les Miserables star Samantha Barks named 'sexiest lady'
Samantha Barks has been voted 'sexiest woman' and 'best newcomer' as she arrived at the Vanity Fair Oscar party in Hollywood.
Barks, who is a theatre school wannabe from the Isle of Man, portrayed the character of Eponine in Les Miserables alongside Anne Hathaway, the Daily Express reported.
Hathaway won an Oscar this year for the best supporting actress for playing the doomed seamstress-turned-prostitute Fantine in the movie.
Image: Actress Samantha Barks in the film
Photographs: Adrees Latif/Reuters
Miranda Kerr injured in accident
Supermodel Miranda Kerr was rushed to hospital after she was involved in a serious car accident.
A man has been arrested in connection with the car crash that left Kerr with whiplash and back injuries.
The 29-year-old Victoria's Secret model was spotted out and about in Los Angeles sporting a neck brace, reported TMZ online.
Kerr's Australian publicist Annie Kelly has confirmed her client was a passenger in a car which was rammed by an alleged drunk driver.
The driver of the other car is expected to be charged by Los Angeles police.
Image: Miranda Kerr
Photographs: Slaven Vlasic/Getty Images for Samsung Galaxy
Adele in demand for brand endorsements
Oscar winning singer Adele is reportedly being persuaded by various make-up brands to become the face of their products.
However, Adele, 24, does not wish to associate herself with any brand with she is unable to connect with, reported Sun online.
"Adele is in big demand. She would only accept if the campaigns were to her taste and incorporate her music. The last thing she wants is a cheesy ad with a naff catchphrase. They would have to be in keeping with her personality," a source said.
It is being said that she is close to finalising a deal soon.
"It's going to take a lot of persuasion to get her to agree but, right now, it looks as if she's close to signing a deal," the source said.
Photographs: Cover of Vogue Magazine, March 2012
Charlize Theron designs chic flats for charity
Hollywood actress Charlize Theron has designed a chic pair of flats to aid her Africa Outreach Project.
The busy mother has added to her fashion folio thanks to a new collaboration with TOMS.
Working with Blake Mycoskie, the founder and chief shoe giver of TOMS, Theron, 37, has designed a pair of flats (USD 58 for women, USD 34 for kids) to benefit her charity, reported Us magazine.
"We'll both do anything we can to help kids, explains the South Africa native, who founded the charity to raise HIV/AIDS awareness among African youth.
Calling the charity "her passion," the single mom said, "It's incredible to see real change!"
Image: Charlize Theron
Photographs: Frazer Harrison/Getty Images
Gwyneth Paltrow reveals miracle diet in new cookbook
In her latest cookbook, It's All Good Gwyneth Paltrow offers recipes for and insights into the strict miracle diet that her doctor put her on for three weeks to "clear out her system, heal her gut and revive her body."
Among the diet's forbidden foods - coffee, eggs, sugar, shellfish, deepwater fish, potatoes, tomatoes, bell pepper, eggplant, corn, wheat and meat, the New York Post reported.
The prescription was, she writes, "tough words for a foodie to hear."
Paltrow has been pushing herself as a "foodie" for years.
In 2007, she took a culinary tour of Spain with Mario Batali while refusing to eat the pork for which the country is known.
The following year, she launched Goop, her embarrassingly un-self-conscious lifestyle website.
Despite rampant mockery, she's persisted with the site, offering up recipes, sharing her favorite 600-dollar chef's knives and even adding an e-commerce component to hawk Goop exclusive clothing and accessories.
And now, with her second cookbook, she is once again promoting herself as a foodie and a health guru, despite a weird obsession that treats eating with a greater sense of restriction than relish.
On the front cover, Paltrow goes to comical lengths to look relatable. She smiles toothily in front of rustic wooden crates piled with zucchini.
Her blond hair is tousled and scraggly, her dark roots clearly visible.
She wears little makeup, and her skin walks a precarious line between glowing and shiny.
In the pictures inside, she looks far more comfortable in pastoral art photos in which she's gathering vegetables in a fetching ethnic print dress and Hunter boots.
Image: Gwyneth Paltrow
Photographs: Cover of V magazine
Jessica Alba gives tips on living naturally in new book
Jessica Alba's new book 'The Honest Life: Living Naturally and True to You,' is set to help parents clean up their act by sharing nontoxic alternatives to everyday products, plus parenting tips like packing the perfect diaper bag.
Don't think the actress has got a massive staff to juice her kale and examine her organic lettuce in the produce aisle at Whole Foods - she swears she does it all herself, without any hired help.
"I absolutely do these things. That's why I wrote the book. There's lots of options, like delivery services for fresh produce that is organic, if people just want to do a couple of things in the book that are supereasy," she told the New York Daily News.
She argues that her guide is more relatable than Gwyneth Paltrow's goop.com or Alicia Silverstone's kindlife.com.
She said that Paltrow probably lives a very similar lifestyle, but insists that her tips are much more grounded.
Alba's clean-living philosophy centers on nixing all toxins, particularly harmful chemicals found in many plastics, mattresses and cleaning supplies.
She admitted that she once banned a baby-shower gift from her house because it was made of plastic.
She suggests leaving plastics outside for a few days to off-gas the worst of their chemicals.
While Alba maintains that she's just like every other mom, her book paints the 'Sin City' star as a superwoman that everyday working mothers just can't live up to.
There are even recipes for her favorite DIY scrubs and hair rinses made with everyday ingredients like full fat Greek yogurt, coffee grinds and raw cane sugar.
Image: Jessica Alba
Photographs: Cover of GQ Mexico, February 2008
Bradley Cooper smitten by British model Suki Waterhouse
Actor Bradley Cooper, who went out on a date with British model Suki Waterhouse recently, is said to be smitten by her and has reportedly invited her for a second meeting.
The pair met last month at the Elle Style Awards and were seen sneaking out of the bash and back to his hotel together in the early hours of the morning.
And it seems Cooper, who recently split from on-off girlfriend Zoe Saldana, was quite taken with the 20-year-old catwalk queen, reported Radar Online.
According to reports, the 38-year-old actor has been in regular contact with Waterhouse since they met and is keen for her to come to the US and meet with him again.
"Bradley has been texting Suki every day since they met. He wants her to come to Los Angeles and visit him; he's intrigued by her and she's very interested in him," a source said.
Image: Bradley Cooper and Suki Waterhouse
Photographs: Bradley Cooper: Jason Merritt/Getty Images. Suki Waterhouse: Gareth Cattermole/Getty Images
Leona Lewis unveils Body Shop line
Singer Leona Lewis unveiled her limited edition make-up and fragrance range for The Body Shop and said it will feature lots of sparkle and shimmer.
The 'Bleeding Love' hitmaker has teamed up with the beauty retailer to create her own limited edition make-up and fragrance range, which will feature bold, shiny lip gloss and shimmer palette, reported People magazine.
"I adore them all. I am a huge fan of The Body Shop's shimmer palettes, so I couldn't resist adding them to my own collection. And shiny lips continue to be a big trend, so lip gloss was definitely a must-have," she said.
The 27-year-old former 'X Factor' winner, who is a strict vegetarian and a campaigner for animals rights, will follow in the footsteps of Lily Cole to front the brand's campaign to end animal testing for cosmetics.
Image: Leona Lewis
Photographs: Body Shop ad campaign
I am at peace with my body, says Jane Fonda
Jane Fonda, who has just released her 27th fitness tutorial DVD, has claimed that she is finally happy with her own body image.
The 75-year-old actress admitted to Hello! magazine that she no longer tries to achieve the perfect figure, the Daily Express reported.
Fonda, who has suffered eating disorders in the past, added that spending time in therapy and writing books has helped her understand that 'good enough' is good and one doesn't have to be perfect.
However, the Old Gringo star is very conscious of what she eats and is still a fan of exercise.
Fonda's latest DVD is aimed at the elderly and consists of a yoga workout along with her 70-year-old partner Richard.
Image: Jane Fonda
Photographs: Andreas Rentz/Getty Images
Jake Gyllenhaal 'dating' Sports Illustrated model Emily DiDonato
Jake Gyllenhaal is reportedly in a relationship with New York city based Sports Illustrated model Emily DiDonato.
A source told Us magazine that the 32-year-old actor met DiDonato in a spin class at a SoulCycle in Manhattan last fall.
The source added that the couple have been dating for about "a month or two."
Gyllenhaal has previously been romantically involved with Minka Kelly, Taylor Swift, Reese Witherspoon and Kirsten Dunst.
Image: Jake Gyllenhaal and Emily DiDonato
Photographs: Jake Gyllenhaal by Mike Coppola/Getty Images. Emily DiDonato by David Becker/Getty Images
Playboy magazine launches Hebrew edition
Israeli people can read adult magazine Playboy "for the articles" after a Hebrew language edition was launched there.
Playboy has been widely available in Israel for many years but this is the first local edition, the Independent reported.
The local edition features photos of Israeli models and articles by writers from Israel.
Photographs: Cover of Playboy Magazine
Kelly Rowland working on fashion collection
Pop star Kelly Rowland is working on an affordable-yet-stylish shoe and accessories collection as she thinks every woman should look good without worrying about costs.
The 32-year-old singer has always wanted her own range of shoes and accessories and she is keen for every woman who wears her designs to feel amazing in them without spending too much, reported Rolling Stone magazine.
"I want to do a line of accessories and shoes. I'm working on that right now. Early, early talks and early stages, but yeah, I'm a grown woman now, and it's time to do grown-woman things.
"I always draw something in my tablet that I carry and I always have ideas on accessories, on what I would change or how I would) hook certain things up. I want it to be affordable but luxurious, that every woman can have and feel sexy and fly in," said Rowland.
Image: Kelly Rowland
Photographs: Cover of Cosmopolitan Magazine, November 2011