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Items Du Jour: Louis Vuitton F/W 2014, Cara’s Narcolepsy, Lupita for Lancome

Charlotte Gainsbourg for Louis Vuitton Fall 2014+ As promised, Louis Vuitton's Fall 2014 campaign was a collaborative effort by famed photographers Bruce Weber, Annie Leibovitz and Juergen Teller, featuring models Charlotte Gainsbourg, Liya Kebede, Freja Beha Erichsen and Jean Campbell.

+ A Vogue reporter attempted to interview model Cara Delevingne, only to have her fall asleep on her - twice! The reporter later discovered from fashion photographer Tim Walker that Cara once fell asleep "for seven hours on one Mulberry shoot."

+ Former creative director of Gap, Patrick Robinson, has left his position at A|X Armani Exchange. Despite gossip that he left due to plagiarism issues, a representative assured Page Six that Robinson left the brand amicably.

+ 12 Years a Slave star-turned-fashion darling Lupita N'yongo has landed her first Lancome ad - naturally, she looks amazing.

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Annie Leibovitz Shoots ‘Les Miserables’ Cast for Vogue

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'Les Miserables' cast, shot by Annie Leibovitz

As if there wasn't enough publicity for Tom Hooper's upcoming film adaptation of Les Miserables, Vogue just had to have noted fashion photographer Annie Leibovitz capture the cast for their glossy pages. Admittedly, the content is right up Leibovitz's dark, dreamy alley, but they all basically look like the film's posters - with a more elaborate backdrop. Well, maybe except for the fact that Anne Hathaway does actually look like a dying prostitute (seen after the jump) in these photos.

The editorial - which also features Amanda Seyfriend, Russell Crowe, Hugh Jackman, Helena Bonham Carter, Sacha Baron Cohen, and Isabella Allen - will appear in Vogue's December issue, clearly to coincide with the film's December 25 release date.

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Items Du Jour: Rihanna on Vogue, Lana Del Rey for H&M

Miley Cyrus+ Angelina Jolie was photographed on her way to meeting Turkish leaders to discuss the crisis in Syria looking like she just walked off the runway. Or perhaps maybe she just borrowed the loose, flowing, ground-length gown from her latest film, Maleficent.

+ Elsewhere, Miley Cyrus was snapped up wearing a black crop top with a pair of pants that could easily have been her pajamas; however, she strangely seems to be pulling the look off. Perhaps this is the magical work of her new, daring 'do?

+ Avid Twitter poster Rihanna broke her own news that she'll be covering Vogue a second time; Annie Leibovitz is again set to photograph the singer for the fashion glossy.

+ H&M released a behind-the-scenes video of the upcoming Lana Del Rey campaign, which was shot as a music video of the singer covering "Blue Velvet." Of course, because no one wants to be all that original these days, it looks very much like the David Lynch film of the same name.

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Muhammad Ali Becomes Face of Louis Vuitton

Muhammad AliMuhammad Ali is the new face of Louis Vuitton's latest Core Values campaign.

The boxing legend appears alongside his grandson at his Arizona home in the campaign, which was shot by Annie Leibovitz and will appear in the international press starting Friday.

"Muhammad Ali is the epitome of an outstanding personality - a true living legend in boxing and far beyond. We are honored that he agreed to be photographed for the Core Values campaign, and delighted with the way this beautiful portrait of the champion and his grandson captures the idea of transmission, which is of great significance to Louis Vuitton," said Louis Vuitton CEO and chairman Yves Carcelle.

"Some stars show you the way. Muhammad Ali and a rising star. Phoenix, Arizona," reads the campaign's tagline.


VIDEO: Behind the Scenes of Vogue December 2009

We’ve shown you the Lady Gaga editorial and cover of Vogue‘s December 2009 issue—now take a peek at what it takes to produce those glossy pages.

In the video, photographer Annie Leibovitz and Vogue creative director Grace Coddington talk about shooting and styling the issue, which focuses on the arts; Cate Blanchett, Lily Cole, and Coco Rocha are also featured.

You’ll also catch a glimpse of Lady Gaga, who shows up to her photo shoot in nothing but a white trench coat! Would we expected anything less from her?

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Cate Blanchett Lands Vogue December Cover

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Cate Blanchett on cover of US Vogue

Now that we know what’s on the inside, we finally see that Australian actress Cate Blanchett has landed the outside of December’s US Vogue.

Annie Leibovitz shot Blanchett, who is certainly no stranger to Vogue, in an elegant, goddess-like bronze (Donna Karan) gown for the cover. The woman can do no wrong!

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Lady Gaga Finally Appears in US Vogue

Posted by Robin Paulson Categories: Celebrities, Editorials, Models, News

Lady Gaga in US Vogue editorial

After appearing in Japanese, British, and French Vogue, Lady Gaga finally lands an editorial in the famed US edition, shot by photographer Annie Leibovitz.

In the images, Gaga depicts a nuanced witch in a more fashionable retelling of the old Hansel (Andrew Garfield) and Gretel (Lily Cole) tale, complete with Nina Ricci heels and Marc Jacobs satin shorts.

Check out the second image after the jump and be sure to catch the editorial when the December issue hits newsstands.

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Annie Leibovitz, Damien Hirst Designing For Vuitton

Annie Leibovitz for Louis VuittonFamed photographer Annie Leibovitz is trying her hand at designing for Louis Vuitton.

Leibovitz has joined a host of other famous faces who are creating a new piece of luggage for the luxury brand to help raise money for Red Cross. Annie’s bag takes the form of a backpack lined in red, complete with several different pockets to make transporting camera equipment easier.

British artist Damien Hirst, famed for artworks that featured dead animals preserved in formaldehyde, has also created a piece—his is a big black trunk featuring drawers to store the surgical equipment he uses for his artworks.

Louis Vuitton creative director Marc Jacobs has also got in on the action, creating a trunk to put his dogs in so they can fly with him on planes. The specially-created items will be sold at London’s Sotheby’s auction house on November 17.

The sale is to mark 150 years of the Red Cross, a charity which aims to help people worldwide without discrimination.


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