Victoria Beckham for Madame Figaro Magazine

Victoria Beckham, aka the hardest working mother in showbiz, graces two covers for French fashion magazine, Madame Figaro.

To the left she dons a Prada Spring 2012 bodysuit and to the right an edgy Alexander Wang perforated leather halter dress.

The rest of her amazing editorial sees her wearing two looks from her own line, Lanvin and Hakaan.

In her interview she talks about her admiration for Miuccia Prada, her style icons, what you will never see her wearing and how much she loves to shop on Net-A-Porter.com.

Here are some extracts from her interview:

On her biggest dream: “I’d love to see the world through the eyes of Miuccia Prada! The woman is a genius. Her vision is of ultra-intelligent fashion. Each season, she creates something new, she knows how to surprise. I don’t know her very well, but our meeting was a great honour for me.” Read More…

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley For Harper’s Bazaar UK January 2012

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley smoulders on two covers for Harper’s Bazaar’s January 2012 ‘Body Issue’.

On the left she wears a Michael Kors swimsuit and on right she’s radiant in a shimmering Burberry dress.

Rosie sports a Betty Draper-esque faux bob for her Mad-Men-style editorial, shot by Tom Munro and styled by Catherine Kastrine, the model/actress wears Resort 2012 looks from Christian Dior, Alberta Ferretti, Emilio Pucci, Prada, Akris, Fendi, Valentino, Versace and Miu Miu.

We also see her in more swimsuits designed by Alexander Wang and Bottega Veneta. Looking at these pictures, it’s no wonder Mario Testino has dubbed her the ‘English beauty with the Brazilian body’.

In her interview with the magazine she talks about maintaining her killer figure, and what she really thinks about the gym.

Here are some extracts:

On breaking into acting: “It’s interesting coming from modelling, where women rule the industry, into one where there are so few great female parts and the competition is so much higher.”Read More…

Carey Mulligan For W Magazine January 2012

Carey Mulligan wears just a Nina Ricci raffia tweed jacket and cotton bra on the cover of the January 2012 issue of W magazine.

The tagline for the issue is appropriately title “Carey Mulligan: Naughty But Nice – The star of Shame sheds her good-girl image.”

Carey’s high dramatically editorial, shot by Michael Thompson was given a 60s theatrical styling treatment by Edward Enninful.

The editorial sees her wearing Louis Vuitton, the one person who I hope will bring this Spring 2012 collection alive on the red carpet, Prada, Miu Miu, Jean Paul Gaultier and Rochas.

In her interview the British actress talks about nude scenes and her unsettling and haunting new film, ‘Shame’.

Here are some extracts.

On her nude scene: “I’ve never, never been naked in a film before; I’ve been topless once or twice, but always in sort of very innocent ways. And I’ve always been sort of staunchly feminist about it, I’ve never relished the idea of doing it, and never if it was inappropriate or gratuitous in any way. But I just felt it was absolutely right; that’s exactly who she was. She wanted to be seen, she’s an exhibitionist and she’s provocative.”Read More…

Taylor Swift In Tracy Reese – ‘Wonderstruck’ Fragrance Launch

Taylor Swift was at Macy’s Herald Square in New York City last week to launch her first fragrance ‘Wonderstruck’.

The country singer posed for the photographers wearing a Tracy Reese sheer dress with a nude underlay and black stripes with embellished details to add a subtle sparkle.

Taylor’s retro girlie look was accessorized with vintage House of Lavande jewels and a pair of black Miu Miu peep-toes.

Signature bright red lips and a wavy updo completed her look.

In the ad for the fragrance, Taylor donned a Christian Siriano Spring 2011 gown with a frothy tulle skirt.

Credit: NYmag.com & Fame Pictures

Beyonce Knowles for Harper’s Bazaar US November 2011

Beyonce Knowles graces the cover of the US Harper’s Bazaar November 2011 issue.

For the newsstand cover she’s glowing wearing a gold Reed Krakoff dress.

She continues to whip her hair for the subscribers cover wearing a Salvatore Ferragamo fringe jacket and Norma Kamali swimsuit.

In the issue which hits newsstands on October 25, the mum-to-be talks about where she is at in life, motherhood, and maternity style.

Below are some extracts from Bey’s interview, or you can read more over at HarpersBazaar.com.

On where she is at in life: “I am finally at the stage in my life where I am not so concerned with other people’s opinions about my life decisions. It is so liberating to really know what I want, what truly makes me happy, what I will not tolerate. I have learned that it is no one else’s job to take care of me but me.”

On motherhood: “It was important to me that I gave myself time to focus on becoming the woman I want to be, building my empire, my relationship, and my self-worth, before I became a mother. Now God has blessed us with the ultimate.”

On maternity style: “All I see now are clothes that are flattering on a pregnant woman. It’s been so exciting for me! I love figuring out designs that still make me feel edgy and sexy while pregnant. Flowy fabrics are always flattering, but I still rock my stilettos.”

Credit: Style.com & Terry Richardson for Harper’s Bazaar

Gwyneth Paltrow For Elle US September 2011

Gwyneth Paltrow graces the cover of the Elle US September 2011 issue wearing the same Louis Vuitton black laser cut leather jacket we saw on Fergie recently.

The rest of her editorial which was shot by Carter Smith sees her wearing Christopher Kane and Tom Ford.

In her interview Gwynie talks about showing the world a different side of herself, sharing her personal care regimens, Beyonce’s advice for her and Gwyneth also makes a rare comment about her husband Chris Martin, divulging why they keep their marriage out of the spotlight.

The issue hits newsstands on August 16 or head to Elle.com to see more.

On showing the world a different side: “If you speak to my friends who’ve known me since I was four, they’ll say, ‘That is her.’ They always said to me, ‘You’re the dirtiest person in the world and so funny. Show the world that side of you.’ I felt guarded. I felt like if I really showed people more of me and I was still not accepted, then…Who cares. You just realize it doesn’t matter what people think of you.”Read More…