4 posts tagged "Pat Cleveland"
Mr. Bubble may have found a sexy new spokesperson in Rihanna, who posted steamy bath time pics via Instagram today. But a place not looking for publicity—the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque in Abu Dhabi—recently asked the superstar to exit after photos snapped of her wearing a black jumpsuit and traditional hijab (not to mention red talons, matching lips, and kohl-rimmed eyes) were deemed too provocative for the sacred space. You can cover RiRi up from head to toe, but you’ll never take away her sex appeal. [International Business Times]
Jean Paul Gaultier brings his Classique and Le Male fragrances to life with a short film dubbed On the Docks, featuring models Rianne Ten Haken and Jarrod Scott. The ads, which depict a sailor and his corseted object of desire, have already launched in Europe, but are dropping anchor in America in late November and early December. [WWD]
Legendary super Pat Cleveland told Allure.com that today’s models are “robotic,” whereas she brought some Studio 54 flavor to the runway.
What do newborns, cocaine, and slot machines have to do with one another? According to Scientific American, the scent of a baby (specifically clothing worn by newborns) triggers the same “dopamine pathways” in the female brain as these other “reward-inducing behaviors.”
Berenson, Hall, and Cleveland Front MAC’s Antonio Lopez Campaign; Beauty-School Dropouts; and Byrdie Bows
MAC’s font of creative collaboration ideas is seemingly limitless, and today the cosmetics behemoth released images for its new limited-edition collection, one that pays tribute to renowned fashion illustrator Antonio Lopez, who has been experiencing a major revival lately. Fronting the campaign are seasoned supermodels Marisa Berenson, Jerry Hall, and Pat Cleveland, a.k.a. “Antonio’s Girls” (who’ve enjoyed comebacks of their own). The ads and packages featuring Lopez sketches—and the products themselves—hark back to the glory days of heavy cheek contouring, electric eye shadows, and bold lips. The new range will be available from September 12 to October 10.
According to The New York Times, university students aren’t the only ones facing crushing debt now. Eager enrollees in cosmetology and hairstyling schools are also reportedly drowning in loans, and they’re struggling to land jobs upon completion of a program. Apparently it isn’t easy being beautiful—or landing a beauty gig these days.
Today, Clique Media co-founders and chief executives Hillary Kerr and Katherine Power (the ladies behind Who What Wear) launched a new beauty Web site, Byrdie. Three things it’s not: a traditional magazine’s Web site, a blog, or a video tutorial. Kerr told Women’s Wear Daily, “We didn’t see anything that came from a strong editorial point of view that really reported out, but still encompassed, the fun trends that aren’t as editorially driven—like street style.”
Amid a sea of impeccably dressed drag performers and topless models bursting out of life-sized candy wrappers, I spotted Pat Cleveland across the room at last night’s MAC-sponsored party for Antonio Lopez: Fashion, Art, Sex & Disco. She was hard to miss: The seventies color barrier-crossing supe, who was an original “Antonio’s girl,” was striking a number of poses on the red carpet, swinging her burgundy Zac Posen dress this way and that with each sweeping motion. But it wasn’t just the copious amounts of flashbulbs popping around her that caught my attention; it was that 40-plus years after she first hit the runway, Cleveland is still the picture of statuesque chic. “You need to learn how to stand on tables,” she deadpanned as I stumbled up onto an actual pedestal where she was holding court to talk beauty tips. “Well, I’m a raw foodist,” Cleveland admitted, which would explain her svelte frame. As for that enviable mass of ringlets, Pat has a simple secret: “I jump in the pool and then let [it] dry.” Who says all supermodels are high-maintenance?
Joining fellow catwalking legends Twiggy, Pat Cleveland, Erin O’Connor, and Agyness Deyn, Coco Rocha confirmed her bona fide fashion superstardom last night as she was put in plastic by the Rootstein mannequin company. In what we can only assume was a move to laugh immortalization in the face, the Canadian model arrived at her synthetic counterpart’s celebratory debut in the flesh—and as a redhead. (Apparently, this town’s not big enough for the both of them in brunette.) Thoughts on the new color job?