Model Annemara Post jumps on the logo bandwagon, styled by Theresa Pichler in a glam mix of top fashion labels including Fendi, Versace, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana, and Dries van Noten. Photographer Dan Beleiu is in the studio for InStyle Germany May 2018./ Hair & makeup by Kate Huhr
Brazilian beauty and Victoria's Secret Angel Lais Ribeiro is styled by Anahita Moussavian in sparkling fabrics and peacock colors from Gucci, Elie Saab and Chanel. Photographer Eduardo Rezende flashes Ribeiro at Miami's Sky Villa residences for Alexa Magazine's Miami edition.
Model Paloma Alzalavoz is styled by Juan Cebrián in images by Paola Kudacki for Vogue Spain May 2018./ Hair by Kevin Ryan; makeup by Benjamin Puckey
Many young readers don't even know what Vogue Paris looked like before Emmanuel Alt's appointment as editor-in-chief. These high-voltage images of model Frances Coomberemind us of VP under Carine Roitfeld. Whatever mood Carine was in -- the experience was vivid!! And AOC loved her for it. Photographer Clare Rothstein brings the Roiitfeld vibe to CR Fashion Book Spring/Summer 2018, with boss lady, femme-fatale black looks plus eyeglasses from Alain Mikli & Alexandre Vaulthie styled by Daniel Gaines./ Makeup by Mark Edio; hair by Panos Papandrianos
Rising model Anok Yai fronts one of Dazed Magazine's Spring/Summer 2018 covers and studio editorial. Emma Wyman styles Anok in Versace abundance with a supporting cast, lensed by Brianna Capozzi as 'Anok Rock'.
The newest British royal -- a baby boy -- has arrived to parents Kate Middleton and Prince William.
“Her Royal Highness The Duchess of Cambridge was safely delivered of a son at 11:01hrs,” the palace announced in an official statement. “The baby weighs 8lbs 7oz. The Duke of Cambridge was present for the birth. Her Royal Highness and her child are both doing well.”
The newest royal family member was born at St. Mary’s Hospital in London – just like siblings George, 4, who was at school and Charlotte, 3, at home at Kensington Palace. Kate was admitted to the hospital before 6 a.m. (U.K. time) in the early stages of labor on Monday.
The self-proclaimed Royalist Town Crier walked up to the famous steps of the Lindo Wing and called out, “God Save the Queen,” and announced the birth of the baby prince.
The palace also confirmed that Middleton, 36, suffered again from hyperemesis gravidarum, a severe form of morning sickness.
Canadian-Tanzanian woman-warrior model Herieth Paul touches down in the pages of Dress To Kill's April 2018 issue. Fashion editor Cary Tauben styles Paul in 90's vibe, tailored looks with modern patterns for images by D. Picard as 'Nouvelle Vague'. / Makeup & hair by Andrew Ly
Model Madison Headrick is styled by Juan Cebrián in La Nueva Olda Del Color', lensed by Txema Yeste for Vogue Spain April 2018./ Makeup by lloyd Simmonds; hair by Jordi Fontanals
'Baywatch' star and Playboy model Pamela Anderson strikes a series of sensual poses for the cover story of Intimately Magazine's #19 issue. Carmelo Redondo flashes the bombshell in babe-worthy, retro classic looks styled by Zara Garo and Mariam Jerez.
Anderson the PETA activist lives in France now with her soccer star boyfriend Adil Rami, having put Hollywood behind her. "Activism is sexy. I encourage everyone to be brave and step outside your comfort zone,” she told US weekly earlier this month. “It’s a springboard into the unknown. And when you can do this, you can really live.”
'Fearless Girl' is on the move, and as usual, Charging Bull is making himself the center of attention. Like Trump, the mere thought of being upstaged by a little woman is way more than his fragile male ego can handle, and 'Fearless Girl' is running out of patience.
New York mayor Bill de Blasio announced on Thursday that 'Fearless Girl' will soon be moving to a spot facing the New York Stock Exchange. And even though theirs is a love/hate relationship the mayor would like Charging Bull to shut his whiny mouth and do what's best for the city by going with her.
After all, Charging Bull never bothered to get a permit when his owner, the artist Arturo Di Modica, dropped the 7,000-pound bronze bull into lower Manhattan in the dead of night and without permission.
Since 'Fearless Girl' arrived with permits and official papers -- after all, Charging Bull is an illegal -- ‘Fearless’, who played by the rules, should have the upper hand in my mind. Isn’t that what Trumplandia says about illegals?
In an act of totally Trump, over-the-top ridiculousness, both egos -- the bull’s and Modica’s -- demanded that his illegal beast be turned around, so he didn't even have even to look at 'Fearless Girl'. Meanwhile, Modica’s suing the city over his illegal bull’s alleged mistreatment for goddess knows how many New York bucks.
'Fearless Girl' and the New York mayor have both invited Charging Bull to come with her to the new home in front of the New York Stock Exchange. You might think this would make the Bull and his maker happy, since when the original 1989, dead-of-night drop-off of the illegal charging beast occurred, guess where they left him? Of course, in front of the New York Stock Exchange.
Charging Bull would rather sulk, even though hundreds of thousands of people, have observed his mindless, bronze hulk since 'Fearless Girl' arrived. Charging Bull was a sideshow before the defiant girl came on the scene, and the bull really can't handle the pint-size girl's popularity.
Plus, the bull is indignant that the girl has given him a bad name by facing off against his raging testosterone fury -- as if men haven't heaped bag-girl guilt on women for more than 10,000 years. One bull takes it on the chin, and all hell breaks loose. In the bull's mind, all of New York should be kissing his charging butt as opposed to swooning over this impudent, fierce, little female.
You'll Take The Charging Beast With You, Right 'Fearless'
Unfortunately for Charging Bull, "a spokesman for Mr. de Blasio said that it was important to the mayor, who has posed with “Fearless Girl” and spoken of its meaning to young women and girls, to keep the two works together.
“The mayor felt it was important that the ‘Fearless Girl’ be in a position to stand up to the bull and what it stands for,” said Eric F. Phillips, the mayor’s press secretary. “That’s why we’re aiming to keep them together. The bull has also always been a traffic and safety issue the city’s hemmed and hawed over. The moves achieve a few goals,” writes The New York Times.
Will Charging Bull pull in his horn and get a bit of new-world graciousness? We don't know yet. Like Trump, most days he says he would rather sue the city than cave in to 'Fearless'. What we can confirm is that 'Fearless Girl' is Movin on Up, just like the Jeffersons. May she take countless young women worldwide with her.
It would be nice if Charging Bull agreed to come along for the ride. I am quite confident, though, that if he refuses, a band of female sculptors will give ‘Fearless’ an even better charging bull for her face-off. And as charming as ‘Fearless’ is, she’ll get the NYSE to pay for it. That would be poetic justice. ~ Anne