If you had to guess who was the biggest star in America right now, it’s obviously Momo or the “Baby Shark” kids. But for the HIGHLY prestigious (and superficial) theme of 14 Countries, 14 Stars for Vogue’s cover, Anna Wintour hopped in her time machine and went back a few years to give it to Scarlett Johannson. Dammit, if you had told us it was “14 Countries, 14 Stars Of 2010,” Ann-uh, I would have nominated Katherine Heigl! OK, no I wouldn’t have.
The cover is a two-parter and ScarJo shares a cover with fellow Asian actresses Doona Bae and Deepika Padukone. Continue reading
Vogue Was Accused Of Cultural Appropriation After Putting Kendall Jenner In What Looked Like An Afro
What we have here is a match made in “What the hell are you doing” heaven. We’ve got Vogue, a magazine that probably has a cultural appropriation apology statement prepared before they send anything to the publisher. We’ve also got the Kardashian-Jenners, a family that maybe should start asking their black friends “Is this okay?” before they do their hair or makeup. Put them together, and we’ve got Vogue issuing an apology to anyone who thought it was wrong that they put Kendall Jenner in some very curly gravity-defying hair and painted freckles on her face.
Last year the MET Gala brought out all the high-class socialites and artists and dressed them up as Heavenly Bodies. Slutty cherubs, sexy devils and some knights with bad bob cuts descended on the Metropolitan Museum of Art and partied it up liked questionably-dressed idiots. Well, Vogue has announced what the theme is of the upcoming Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute’s Gala and it is on track to be their gayest theme yet. This year the 2019 spring exhibition will be: “Camp: Notes on Fashion.”