Cindy Crawford's Sexytime Was Interrupted


Cindy Crawford has apparently just noticed that celebrities nab a lot of the plum modeling gigs nowadays. “I just saw the Covergirl commercial with Taylor Swift and I thought, ‘Wow, it is so hard for models to get a job these days.‘ You have to sing and act, too. There doesn’t seem to be as much work specifically just for models.” Has she not seen a cover of American Vogue in the past decade? [P6]
Crawford also related this anecdote about the time when her 9-year-old daughter, Kaia, interrupted grown-up time at the Crawford-Gerber household: “We had our door locked and we never lock our bedroom door and our daughter comes…She’s like, ‘What are you doing in there?’ I said, ‘You know what, Daddy and I are spending some time together,’ and then she was like, ‘Oh God! I don’t want to know that!’ Now, she knows if the door is closed and locked, don’t.” [Vogue UK]

Even more offensive than the thorough, industrial-grade airbrushing Scarlett Johanson has received in order to be deemed an acceptable size, shape, and color to advertise Dolce & Gabbana cosmetics on bus shelters and billboards, and even more offensive than the Daily Mail‘s gleeful, body-mocking tone in pointing out said airbrushing, is the fact that in the ubiquitous paparazzi-shot-for-comparison, ScarJo is wearing those obscene shoes that look like rubber gloves for your toes. Shudder. The shoes of nightmares. [Daily Mail]

Miranda Kerr, who gave birth to her first child on January 6, is back at her day job (“supermodel”) shooting for Victoria’s Secret. Is it supposed to be a surprise that she looks like this? [People]

Model Lindsey Wixson, who just turned 17, is no longer enrolled at her Kansas high school, but a girlfriend invited her to the prom anyway. Jason Wu provided her with a dress, and CNN documented the proceedings. [@lndsywixson]

Daria Werbowy is the face of Lancôme‘s new perfume. [FGR]

Natasha Poly married Dutch businessman Peter Bakker this weekend. She wore Givenchy (as did Lara Stone at her recent wedding). Leona Lewis performed. [Vogue Italia]

Vera Wang, who began doing a discount bridal line for the David’s Bridal chain last year, is adding bridesmaid dresses to the collection. [WWD]

  • Some retailers are instituting $50 “trying-on” fees (refundable, if an item is purchased) to cut down on shoppers checking their sizes IRL before buying items cheaper online. [Daily Mail]
  • Dodai pretty much summed up this story when she brought it to my attention this morning: Heidi Klum Did Something Nice. [P6]
  • Sophie Cranston, who may or may not have designed a wedding dress for someone-or-other, says: “A dress you can hand down from generation to generation that never dates. This is a sign of a true classic.” Snooze. [Vogue UK]
  • Meanwhile, Philip Treacy has confirmed he is designing hats for the royal wedding. Big surprise there. [Telegraph]
  • Doc Martens is launching a clothing line! [Telegraph]
  • Chloe Malle, a New York Observer and New York Times freelancer who happens to be the daughter of Candice Bergen and Louis Malle, is now an editor at Vogue. [WWD]
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