What they mean is that theirs is a brand that thrives on exclusivity: if a dress is everywhere, it loses its cachet.And it's a huge mistake for the three magazines concerned. She is intelligent, beautiful, and can probably do your taxes. She opened the shortlived NYC spot The Dalloway with came out just last month. Kim lives with her wife Lexi on the Upper East Side, presumably living my latent Blair/Serena fantasies. 2007 proved to be more lucky when she had a big Bardot-like spread in March’s Vogue Paris, and then got the cover for their April issue."Sometimes a girl just touches you," Carine Roitfeld, the magazine’s editor, said.
Casting agent James Scully even noted, "[Ericchsen] is the perfect old-school clothes-hanger..." which, we guess, is a compliment for models.
Quite how it ended up featuring on all three covers is still not entirely clear.
Press officers from fashion houses (this one is part of the Prada empire) are said to be careful to avoid 'overlaps', so clothes that may appear on one cover are not usually put forward for another magazine.
Kate Moss's little sister Lottie is supposedly being eyed by modeling agents after serving as a bridesmaid in Kate's recent wedding. [Huff Po Style]Bjork guest-edited the latest issue of Dazed & Confused.
[Dazed Digital]Nicole Richie will be a judge on the upcoming NBC fashion competition show, Style Star.