Brazilian catwalker Gisele Bundchen, the world’s highest-paid supermodel, graces the cover of the very first issue of Harper’s Bazaar Brazil — photographed by acclaimed shutterbug Terry Richardson.
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Harper’s Bazaar’s March issue (on newsstands Feb. 22) features a stunning spread capturing iconic scenes from films directed by Mike Nichols, with stars including Marc Jacobs, Winona Ryder, Prabal Gurung and Diane von Furstenberg, shot by Mark Seliger.
In the December issue of Harper’s Bazaar Magazine, legendary supermodel and new host of Bravo’s The Fashion Show Iman reflects on her career in the spotlight, her native Somalia, and why glamour is eternal. She also chats about her rock icon hubby, David Bowie.
They couple have been married for 18 years. And the feisty catwalker’s still in love.
“David doesn’t fight,” Iman, 55, says. “He is English, so he just stays quiet. I’m the screamer. Then he always makes me laugh. It’s like cabaret. I keep him entertained too. I still fancy him—totally!—after all these years. I vowed to myself when I got married that I would cook every night. I find it very therapeutic.”
Photo Credit: Heidi Slimane for Harper’s Bazaar
Her Papa is a Rolling Stone. No, really. At 18, Georgia May Jagger is stepping out of the shadows of her rock princess roots and forging ahead in her hopes to become the new gap-toothed face of fashion.
Move over, Lara Stone.
Georgia graces Harper’s Bazaar’s November subscriber cover and inside issue, as she opens up about her famous family, her controversial topless ad campaign for Hudson Jeans, and her hopes for the future.
Larry King will hang up his iconic suspenders as host of CNN primetime gabfest Larry King Live this November, but not before dishing some of his best style secrets on the pages of the September Fall Fashion Issue of Harper’s Bazaar.
In the photo, the “Style King” poses with producer Wendy Walker, singer/model Tasha Tilberg, and actresses Noot Seear and Liberty Ross in his CNN studio and talks about everything from Lady Gaga to the timeless style of Jane Fonda.
On the pages of the September Fall Fashion Issue of Harper’s Bazaar Magazine, the original provocateur of men’s fashion, Calvin Klein, interviews Marc Jacobs about health, life, and his new men’s fragrance, Bang.
A newly-single Marc discusses his controversial ad for Bang and confesses that his fall collection — described as melancholy and sober — reflects his personal life at the moment. Jacobs recently split from beau of two years Lorenzo Martone. Martone was recently romantically-linked to former boy bander Lance Bass.
Stylist-Rachel Zoe is featured in a spread in the Sept. issue of Harper’s Bazaar Magazine striking poses with America’s top designers, including Vera Wang, Brian Atwood, Michael Kors, and Marc Jacobs. The feature — titled “Rachel Zoe: I Die” and snapped by Douglas Friedman –depicts what would happen if the star of Bravo’s Rachel Zoe Project really did die for fashion, with top designers going in for the kill.
Vera Wang: “I only want to kill Rachel when I don’t land one of her fabulous clients for the Oscars!”
Michael Kors: “The perfect accessory can make the difference between looking blah and totally to die for.”
Marc Jacobs: “Rachel’s energy is electrifying…and often shocking!”
On the pages of the August issue of Harper’s Bazaar Magazine, 59-year-old designer Tommy Hilfiger and his wife, Dee, show off how fashion meets decor by inviting readers on a tour of their trendy new apartment at New York City’s world-famous Plaza.