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Naomi Campbell talks twerking, TV, and mothering her models

Naomi Campbell has many jobs: She’s a television personality, an activist,an entrepreneur and, of course, a model. She has many talents, but twerking — you know, dropping it like it’s hot — isn’t one of them. This was just one of several revelations during a recent Town Hall Q&A with Campbell held at SiriusXM in New York City with designer Diane von Furtstenberg firing questions as moderator. EW was on the scene — and walked away with a few “no way, really?” discoveries about the British supermodel: READ FULL STORY

'Pretty Little Liars' costume designer on which star is the most difficult to dress and more

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As the costume designer behind one of the most fashion-forward teen shows on TV, Pretty Little Liars‘ Mandi Line has helped inspire trends and create style stars out of Lucy Hale, Ashley Benson, Shay Mitchell, and Troian Bellisario.

Now, Line tells Entertainment Weekly how she manages to make statements on a budget, which PLL star is the most difficult to dress, and what she has in mind for the Liars wardrobe in season four.  READ FULL STORY

'Downton Abbey' fashion face-off: Who was the best dressed bride?

It’s a battle of the Downton brides!

While Lady Mary (Michelle Dockery) kicked off the third season of Downton Abbey by getting hitched to Matthew (Dan Stevens) in an elegant, lace dress, which was accented with Swarovski crystals, younger sister Edith capped off last night’s episode by walking down the aisle in a simple, satin gown with an embroidered train. (Her nuptials however didn’t exactly end on a happy note).

But which bride was best dressed? We leave it to you to decide. Take the poll below and head to the comments to tell us if Edith finally trumped her older sister, or if she should prepare for (yet another) heartbreak. READ FULL STORY

'NCIS': Behind the scenes in Tony's apartment -- EXCLUSIVE

Tony DiNozzo’s apartment made it’s debut on tonight’s episode of NCIS, and it was quite the classy place for a guy who once prided himself on his frat boy-like behavior.

But as star Michael Weatherly and executive producer Mark Horowitz explain in this exclusive look behind the scenes, a lot of thought went into making Tony’s humble abode and every detail had a purpose and a message. “You might think he has movie posters and is a slob, but what we come to learn as we open the door is that he has quite an elegant apartment. It’s rather beautiful with some well-selected — but maybe not particularly expensive — pieces of furniture. And it’s rather neat,” says Horowitz. “It’s a beautiful space. Everyone who walked on that set after it was built and furnished said they’d move in there in a minute.”

Weatherly echos the compliments, adding: “Production really put their thinking caps on with this one…I think there’s something great about DiNozzo going back to this apartment that’s waiting for a family, and yet, he’s making it impossible for himself to do that. The apartment is kind of like Tony himself; it has all this potential, but then it just stops short of the mark.”

For a deeper look inside Tony’s home, read on!

Best of 2012 (Behind the Scenes): 'Parks and Recreation' prop master Gay Perello's five favorite pieces of the year

The Swanson Pyramid of Greatness is legendary (and still decorates offices and cubicles at EW). But there’s something in every episode of NBC’s Parks and Recreation that catches the eye and tickles the funny bone. That’s why we asked the show’s property master, Gay Perello, for the stories behind her five favorite pieces of 2012. For more stories behind this year’s top TV and movie moments, click here for EW.com’s Best of 2012 (Behind the Scenes) coverage. READ FULL STORY

Best of 2012 (Behind the Scenes): 'Big Bang Theory' fashion explained!

Sheldon’s taste in T-shirts and Howard’s collection of belt buckles — we got answers to a few burning Big Bang Theory fashion questions earlier this fall.

For more stories behind this year’s top TV and movie moments, click here for EW.com’s Best of 2012: Behind the Scenes coverage.

We know that Sheldon Cooper isn’t crazy (his mother had him tested) but he is maddeningly particular about, well, everything. Costume designer Mary T. Quigley explained the logic behind Sheldon’s sartorial choices when she gave EW’s own Adam Vary a guided tour of the Big Bang wardrobe closet.

“I try to get into Sheldon’s mind a little bit,” Quigley said. “I don’t believe that he has a closet the size of a mansion. Even though he has a collection of T-shirts and specific things that he will wear and what he won’t wear, I like to repeat them.”

When she does decide to add a new T to Sheldon’s wardrobe, where does Quigley shop? And why does Sheldon only own one pair of shoes?

Watch the video below to find out. READ FULL STORY

Best of 2012 (Behind the Scenes): How 'Revolution' created a world without electricity

NBC’s new hit drama Revolution is the narrative answer to a big “What if?” Creator Eric Kripke and fellow executive producers J.J. Abrams and Jon Favreau have taken a close look at how much our society depends on modern technology. The resulting TV show presents the answer to the chilling question “What would happen if all electrical power ceased to work?”

Also playing the “What if?” game is the show’s production design team, creating a new landscape that manages to be both futuristic, speculative fiction and period drama. In a piece originally published after the show’s debut, we find out how they did it.

For more stories behind this year’s top TV and movie moments, click here for EW.com’s Best of 2012: Behind the Scenes coverage. READ FULL STORY

Best of 2012 (Behind the Scenes): Dressing the Winchesters on 'Supernatural'

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Just before Supernatural‘s season 8 premiere, EW hit the set of the CW show for a look at the world of the Winchesters. Among the stops on our tour? A room with the single largest collection of flannel shirts we’ve ever seen, a.k.a. the show’s wardrobe department. As assistant costume designer Dawn Grey explained, the three-story warehouse is one of two that the team maintains, and both are filled with iconic pieces from the show’s past.

In the video below, Grey gives us a tour, relives a few fan-favorite wardrobe moments (Dean’s coach outfit, Sam’s first non-flannel shirt) and highlights a few key pieces (Castiel’s coat!).

For more stories behind this year’s top TV and movie moments, click here for EW.com’s Best of 2012: Behind the Scenes coverage.

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