Wednesday, December 31, 2008
Tuesday, December 30, 2008
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Shiny Trophy favorite Cate Blanchett graces the February 09 cover of Vanity Fair. Photographer: Annie Leibovitz
Here’s a snip-bit from the interview:
On not ruling out more babies: “Who knows? Don’t close those doors. The world is very overpopulated, but we do make nice ones. They all look like [my husband Andrew Upton]. To say he has dominant genes would be an understatement.”
On signing a three-year contract with Australia’s leading theater: “Andrew had worked closely with the company, and when the idea came up he was wondering if it was something we wanted to do together. The opportunity presented itself, and it would have been utter I’m not a spokesperson against the world of injectables. If you grow up in an environment where your mother gets you a boob job when you turn 18, what hope is there? But I didn’t grow up in that world. The reason I went to train as an actor was that I was interested in it for the long haul. You can become very self-obsessed, but you’ve got to keep looking outward.”
On keeping a careful distance from Hollywood: “I don’t exist in that world. I observe it, but there’s so much else to be thinking about. Maybe it’s because I’m with someone who’s not with me because of that; I’m not a trophy. He likes the vessel, but he also wants to make sure the vessel is full. The world of film can be so noisy, but the other aspects of my life are actually the noisiest parts of my life. My best friends are a social worker and a visual artist.”
Cate plays Brad Pitt’s soulmate in their latest movie, The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, in theaters now.
Read Cate’s full cover story at VanityFair.com.
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Monday, December 29, 2008
Smoking Clint Mauro (Ford, Kult, Bleu Model Agency) a favorite of the AX campaigns smolders for the F/W ad campaign for Ramsey! I just love him with longer hair…. very sexy! Click here for the rest of the campaign!
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Friday, December 26, 2008
Provocative photographer Tony Duran is known for his sensual, borderline erotic works and this time he uses models; Buster Battreall, Chris Austad, and Brandon Mackay for his YSL Editorial … you can view a complete Duran portfolio at his official website.
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Fetchies, I stand before you a Gentleman betrayed by his Quarterly. The Jennifer Aniston cover made me weep tears of molten iron. It's a dual tragedy: For starters, I have reason to believe that GQ may be having a mid-life crisis what with all their casual references to 'Asian whores' and the garishly done Megan Fox cover and secondly, the fall of Jennifer Aniston...woe is me! Woe to mankind.
Like any red-blooded male, I do enjoy eye-candy. Insert clause: as long as it is tastefully done. I shall refrain from talking about the Megan Fox travesty since her strategically placed tattoos and tales of teenage lesbianism do not a thing for me or anyone with an inherent sense of good taste. Now the Adriana Lima cover...wow...But I am digressing yet again!
I have always found Jennifer Aniston deliciously sexy, to the point where she became a sort of girlfriend ideal: the hip, armed with a disarming smile and witty rejoinder city girl who works at Ralph Lauren. So unlike the Gwyneths, Nicoles and Evas who bedazzle with their ethereal perfection, turning one's judgment to jelly. Jen had style but she was approachable, she was someone you could hang out with on the red carpet, as ludicrous as that may sound. The jeans, the sweaters, the hair, the ineffable charm that made men swoon. 'Had'. Past tense.
When did this happen?
Why did this happen?
Oh Jen! I miss you! Why do you insist on reinventing yourself as 'a cougar'? Why would you even associate yourself to something like that? You, who were radiant in that bundle of silliness called 'Rumour Has It', why do you want us to see you in this way? In this...*gulps*...trashy new avatar: denuded and nestled comfortably betwixt a bevvy of douchebaggy male models. And why would you say that Angelina Jolie is 'uncool' and that too now? You know what is truly 'uncool'? 'Uncool', that's what! Come back Jen, we miss the effervescent, affable you.
Check out the very first music video from Ryan Gosling’s indie rock band, Dead Man’s Bones. It’s called “In The Room Where You Sleep” featuring the Silver Lake Conservatory of Music Children’s Choir.
Gosling, 28, plays the piano and sings vocals. Bandmate Zach Shields plays the drums. According to their MySpace, their influences are “Disney Haunted Mansion, Doo-Wop and 60s Girl Groups.”
Dead Man’s Bones are under Werewolf Heart Records and will perform at the label’s showcase at the SXSW Festival in Austin, Texas in March 2009.
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Wednesday, December 24, 2008
Sunday, December 21, 2008
Season: S/S 09
Models: Ymre, Anna J, Giedre, Katrin, Nimue, Sigrid, Toni, Viktoriya
Photography: Steven Meisel
First photo released from the upcoming Prada spring summer campaign shot by one of the top fashion photographers Steven Meisel, who just recently shot a Louis Vuitton campaign featuring iconic superstar, Madonna. Guess what, famous little socks that made models trip all over the runway are still there, hopefully they made 'em fall-proof, never the less its a stunning campaign!
The 40-year-old actor caught a departing flight to New York City out of LAX airport in Los Angeles on Friday. Hugh will be spending Christmas in the Big Apple! He has said, “I’m going to be in New York with my family. I’ll be going to the Nutcracker, I’ll be going to Rockefeller Plaza, I’ll be going to the Rockettes, maybe catch a Knicks game or two…. I’ve just been at home [in Australia] for two years straight, so I’ll be okay. But I actually like the snow. I like the cold – it’s all different, it’s all a novelty to me.”
And if you haven’t heard yet, Hugh will be hosting the Oscars next year!
Wednesday, December 17, 2008
Agyness Deyn revealed in a completely new look for the January issue of Vogue Korea, British supermodel as we never seen her before channels legendary Marilyn Monroe for the cover of the 1st 2009 issue.
|From Burberry S/S 09 : Lily D, Eden, Emily H., Alexina G. & Richard W. by Mario Testino|
Burberry has gone back to nature for spring, with an ad campaign shot on location at Petersham Nurseries, the posh garden center outside London that boasts a restaurant with dirt floors. The campaign, shot in color, breaks in the February issues of magazines including Vanity Fair, Vogue and W in the U.S., and in Esquire, GQ and Harper’s Bazaar in the U.K. The campaign was designed by Burberry creative director Christopher Bailey and shot by Mario Testino. Models Lily Donaldson, Eden Clarke, Alexina Graham and Richard Wyndham slouch and pout alongside actor Alex Pettyfer; musicians George Craig and Sam Beeton; and photographer Emily Hope against a background of greenery. Burberry has focused on outerwear — consistently a big seller — as well as the newly expanded denim and sport collections, jewelry and shoes. The Gardener Bag makes its debut in the campaign. “I wanted the mood to be gentle, relaxed, romantic and about a quiet, beautiful sense of luxury,” said Bailey. “This campaign highlights the spirit of our wonderfully crumpled classics.” — S.C. (WWD)
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Tuesday, December 16, 2008
So Twilight … we all read the book here at FETCH! and loved the series and then came the movie which we all saw too and it was good!?
I went to see Robert Pattinson and Cam Gigandet and I was happy because I got my fix but beyond the obvious eyecandy, Twilight did not completely disappoint … sure I felt a lot more could have been done about the pace of the film and there were some bits that lacked continuity but on the whole it provided for some excellent viewing.
The backdrop of the sleepy, cold wet forks seemed to mirror the weather here in Dubai... the day Twilight released it was raining cats and dogs and that added to the whole atmosphere!
Twilight manages to make you “feel” the cold the growing tension between Bella and Edward … that “oh my god my crush positively detests me” thing we girls do to our selves! Its all captured pretty eloquently … Kristen Stewart plays her part as the klutzy teen trying to make the best out off a not so great situation … Robert plays the bad boy/ oh right VAMPIRE! And he does it well! (sigh!)
I wanted the other Cullens to show up more! They all look so pretty and they did their parts well so no complaints there … the sound track is to die for... perfect mood music! … slightly emo at times but absolutely worth the buy! Paramore’s “Decode”, Muse’s “Supermassive Black Hole” and Mutemath's "Spotlight" were some of my favorites!
So am sure you all watched it so … go watch it again!
I would give it a 4 out of 5
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Its old news now (it happened in November) but its still exciting the latest venture by fashion’s cuties Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough is off course their handbag line!
The awesome twosome hosted a dinner to celebrate their new handbag line.
It was inevitable really, McCollough noted. “Whenever we’re doing our drawings for collections, the girls always have bags on their hands, shoes on their feet, sunglasses on their faces,” he explained. “It kind of completes the look.” Nearby, Simon Doonan (Barneys played co-host) indulged in some horn-tooting before dinner was served. “It’s utterly luscious and utterly exquisite,” he cooed, stroking a white python clutch from the PS1 line. “That whole thing of those girls on Gossip Girl carrying gigunda purses, that’s very déjà,” Doonan sniffed, barely noticing Proenza-ites Chloë Sevigny and Mary-Kate Olsen filtering past. “All that hellish rummaging, and there are, like, terrorists living in them.”
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Who said that men’s wallets should be devoid of detailing! … I guess the key to such things is to be subtle … so here we have the leather star embossed wallet, $280, available at Comme des Garçons … clean lines … retro and that tiny bit of leather trim attached to the zipper is absolutely charming!
Where do I get it!?: 520 W. 22nd St., NYC, (212) 604-9200
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Jennifer Aniston strips down to a patriotic red, white and blue necktie in the January 2009 issue of GQ. More interview snippets:
On currently working on a film called Pumas about two “aspiring cougars”: It is so a comment on the sexual double standard, and what’s been ironic is how hard it’s been to get this movie made. Studios want it, but they are afraid of Middle America. They’d want to change it; they’re saying, ‘Oh, you can’t do that, people just can’t imagine you …”
On a a disturbing problem in Hollywood: “Look, I think all women on some level just want to rage against the machine. There are too many movies out there that don’t empower women, movies in which their only way of being happy is finding a man. And you know, that’s not my favorite theme.”
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Annie Leibovitz does it again! Oh the clothes - brilliant! Hey take a Shakespearean classic add some La Croix and why not an incredible posterior thanks to Roberto Bolle and you have pure, orgasmic art with epic proportions!
The photo spread stars Coco Rocha (love her!) and dancer Roberto Bolle (drool) as Romeo and John Lithgow (?).
Roberto Bolle the 33-year-old male ballet dancer has also made male modeling appearances for Salvatore Ferragamo and the Gap. But wait, there's more. He is also a goodwill ambassador for Unicef, and has his own touring dance group (Roberto Bolle and Friends will make its U.S. debut early next year at the Rose Theater in New York).The complete story appears in the December 2008 issue of Vogue, which features Jennifer Aniston on the cover.
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Alright! Time to do some explaining…but then again do you really want to hear the personal reasons behind our postless blog … I think not … lets just say there was crying, pistol whipping, throwing around Blackberrys … love the drama! SO WE ARE BACK!
Dysfunctional maybe but we know what we like and we want to share all the finner things we love with you all! …
I also want to thank all our readers who’ve just been coming back to see I’f we’ve done anything new and it makes me feel like a shoe that we’ve done such a poor job of the upkeep! … we are in the middle of some life changing decisions (once again shall not bore you with details) but we love the STUFF … we love you all!
Oooo hope you had a very greasy Thanksgiving and oooooooo the season is upon us!
Sunday, October 5, 2008
Friday, October 3, 2008
Penn Badgley (the good boy), Chace Crawford (the cougar bait), and Ed Westwick (the arrogant rake) are ubiquitous on the Web and in the tabloids, and every hot young woman in America wants a piece of them. Maybe their preppy soap opera, Gossip Girl, will propel one or all of them to superstardom. Or maybe not.
-By Mark Harris
-Cover photo by Steven Klein
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Saturday, September 20, 2008
Stefan Miljanic could easily be deemed the king of casual wear, with his Gilded Age collection he managed to showcase clothes that offered a sense of personality without sacrificing its modernity. Denim was on focus with Miljanic opting for a slouchy fit with an over-worn feel. Indigo, rusty orange and khaki were seen in the form of shorts, v-necks and perfectly proportioned trenches. The collection invoked the aesthetics of struggling artists everywhere with its traditional parings that some how seemed rebellious. On the whole Miljanic offered a sturdy collection that could easily translate in to fall’s staples.
(New York Fashion Week)
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Michael Martin interviewed Robert Pattinson for the October 2008 issue of Interview Magazine (with James Franco on the cover). Here’s the article and a new pic of Robert striking a sexy pose with his pants hanging off his hips:
– Alert the tabloids: Harry Potter actor linked to drug house! Twenty-two-year-old Robert Pattinson fondly recalls his time living in a “cool little ex-crack den” in London with best friend Tom Sturridge. He’s joking (we think) about their bad behavior as struggling young actors. “We spent the better part of a year just getting drunk every night,” Pattinson admits. “I don’t know if that counts as ’struggling.’” After the debauchery ended, Pattinson co-starred as Cedric Diggory in two Harry Potter movies. A former child model–he posed professionally from ages 12 to 15 (”when I stopped looking like a girl”)–Pattinson has been dubbed “the next Jude Law” in the British press. “I don’t really see the similarity,” he says. One opportunity to break out comes via next year’s Little Ashes, a Spanish drama in which Pattinson stars as the young Salvador Dali. But first, there’s the vampire thriller Twilight, based on the popular teen books, in which Pattinson plays Edward, a 108-year-old bloodsucker in love with a high school girl. Horror fans are already stalking him. “It’s funny,” Pattinson says, “because teenage girls would say,’ Oh my God, you’re Cedric!’ It switched in a week to ‘Oh, my God, it’s Edward!’ Allegiances change to freely in the teen-girl world.”
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No big surprise, but the adorability quotient ran sky-high at the sixth annual Teen Vogue Young Hollywood party on Thursday night. The soirée, which was held on the rooftop of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art, attracted the likes of Selena Gomez, Emma Roberts, Zac Efron, and Vanessa Hudgens, who were treated to the West Coast debut of Luella Bartley's Spring 2009 collection followed by a performance by Brooklyn-based indie rockers MGMT.
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read the interview at EW.com
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Wednesday, September 17, 2008
The 22-year-old actress just blogged earlier this morning about her experience shooting the TV show: “2 days left of my shoot on Ugly Betty-I am quite sad to have to leave the wonderful cast and crew behind. It’s always sad to leave people that you get close to… It’s been such a delight to be a part of this show!!-My sister, Aliana, is visiting me on set today and I loooove having her around… she makes me smile, just like another certain someone love you baby xoxo”. (That was a subtle reference to DJ gal pal Samantha Ronson.)
LiLo has been good?! Well after all Britney and Paris are gradually cleaning up their acts I guess the kookey girls have realized that fame through infamy got old quite fast … What am I saying! – Girls … purge, drink, take Katy Perry’s advice and kiss those girls and remember to hand those sex videos over to untrustworthy staff members and ex-BFs! – just kidding … we are really glad that the girls are working out their issues … we sincerely wish that LiLo works things out with her dad (if she wants to, that is) and we are sincerely rooting for Britney, oh and Paris … well … keep doing what you do, you’re HOT!
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