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Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue cover girls reunite for 50th anniversary party

When Sports Illustrated celebrated the 50th anniversary of the Swimsuit Issue on Tuesday night, some of the most famous SI cover girls showed up to celebrate.

The first time she landed the cover in 1999 she went by Rebecca Romijn-Stamos — because she was married to actor John Stamos — but by her second appearance in 2006, Rebecca Romijn had dropped the hyphen and was dating actor Jerry O’Connell.

In 1996, Tyra Banks became the first African American woman to appear on the cover of the Swimsuit Issue. The following year, she scored a second cover and became the first African American woman to appear on the cover of the Victoria’s Secret catalog.

Heidi Klum‘s title was upgraded to supermodel after her she landed the cover in 1998. The German stunner’s photo appeared as an inset on the All-Stars cover in 2006.

For Kate Upton, being on the cover of the 2012 Swimsuit Issue was both a blessing and a curse. READ FULL STORY

Kim Kardashian's vampire facial and other weird beauty treatments, Beyonce's fake breasts bodysuit explained, and more

From Kim Kardashian’s vampire facial to Jennifer Aniston’s cupping marks, see the most unconventional beauty treatments celebrities have tried. [NY Daily News]

Those are some bedazzled fake breasts! It took 30,000 crystals and more than 600 man-hours to create Beyonce’s shocking new bodysuit. [Telegraph]

Just when you think fashion magazines have gotten the message that it’s not cool to run photos of models in blackface, Dutch Vogue does it. [NY mag]

Sales of two handbag styles favored by former UK prime minister Margaret Thatcher have spiked 53% in the weeks following her death. [Vogue]

Online luxury fashion retailer Moda Operandi created a punk-inspired clothing line tied to the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s upcoming Costume Institute exhibit. [MTV Style]

Tour the Jazz Age-inspired sets of Baz Luhrmann’s The Great Gatsby. [Architectural Digest]

Watch Nicole Richie and Rachel Zoe pay tribute to Bergdorf Goodman fashion director Linda Fargo in a sneak peek of the documentary Scatter My Ashes at Bergdorf’s. [StyleWatch]

Read more:
See the Brooks Brothers ‘Great Gatsby’ menswear collection
‘The Great Gatsby’: Costume designer Catherine Martin on collaborating with Miuccia Prada
New ‘Great Gatsby’ character posters feature glitz, glamour, green light — PHOTOS

GUESS is searching for a new face, Barbie's new Fashion Week wardrobe, and more

It’s Australian Fashion Week, and Aussie fashion label Camilla and Marc has designed Barbie’s wardrobe for the occasion. [Art Info]

Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant showed off the retro decor in her California home and says she “so want[s] to” design china, barware, or bedding some day. [ELLE Decor] READ FULL STORY

'The Face': The winning model is...

SPOILER AHEAD! Keep reading only if you want to know who was crowned the winner — and which supermodel coach gets to take credit — of the first season of The Face.

To recap: The Oxygen reality competition series featured 12 aspiring models vying to win the title and a contract with ULTA Beauty. The field was divided into three teams, led by a supermodel coaches Naomi Campbell, Coco Rocha and Karolina Kurkova. Over the course of eight episodes, we saw the ladies compete in a series of fashion-related challenges that involved posing, catwalking and shilling. We didn’t see Naomi Campbell throw any legendary temper tantrums.

Which model emerged victorious? READ FULL STORY

How many models does it take to tell a decent joke? Find out in this Rodarte casting call video

Besides maybe Tyra Banks, models aren’t exactly known for their senses of humor — and while Tyra makes us laugh, she’s not always doing it intentionally. (“Women at work! Girls in school!“)

But a rainbow coalition of models reading a series of cheesy, Popsicle stick-style jokes, sporting a bevy of accents and varying degrees of understanding what, precisely, they’re saying? Now that‘s funny. See for yourself by watching the following video, which was assembled from footage shot at Rodarte’s spring/summer 2013 Fashion Week casting call:


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