Thursday, October 08, 2015

Vogue News : Kanye West Talks Presidency and Yeezy Season 2, Cindy Crawford Wants Her Daughter to Enjoy Carbs

Must Read: Kanye West Talks Presidency and Yeezy Season 2, Cindy Crawford Wants Her Daughter to Enjoy Carbs:

Mariacarla Boscono, Riccardo Tisci and Naomi Campbell. Photo: 'Vogue' Brasil
Mariacarla Boscono, Riccardo Tisci and Naomi Campbell. Photo: 'Vogue' Brasil
These are the stories making headlines this Wednesday.

Riccardo Tisci gets in bed with his model muses for Vogue Brasil.

If you've never been an avid reader of Vogue Brasil, you're about to be. For the October issue, the glossy has tapped three enormous talents: Naomi Campbell, Mariacarla Boscono and — wait for it — Riccardo Tisci of Givenchy as its cover stars. Threesomes have never looked more chic. {Vogue Brasil}

Kanye West confirms he'll be running in 2020 and talks about Yeezy Season 2.

In case you thought Kanye West was joking about running for president in 2020 during his speech at the 2015 VMAs, he wasn't. In an interview with Vanity Fair, the rapper states "I sit in clubs and I'm like, Wow, I've got five years before I go and run for office and I've got a lot of research to do, I've got a lot of growing up to do." West would also "prefer not to run against someone," because that's how running for presidency works in his mind. Oh, and Yeezy Season 2 "had nothing to do with race." {Vanity Fair}

Cindy Crawford worries about her daughter (and IMG model) Kaia.

In the Edit, Cindy Crawford discusses her career, her new book and her 14-year-old daughter Kaia, who's already appeared in the pages of Vogue Italia and CR Fashion Book. Regarding her daughter's modeling career, the OG supermodel had this to say: "Models are expected to be so tiny and I worry about that for her, because that was never my natural body type and I don't think it'll be hers, either. Still, I'll say to her, 'Enjoy carbs while you can!' Kaia's blossoming into such a beautiful young woman and I really want to let her shine." {Net-a-Porter}

Adidas says farewell to recycling and hello to "infinity-cycling."

Adidas is working on a new eco-project that will allow every bit of Adidas sportswear to be broken down after use into a 3D-shapeable material and reimagined to a personalized product. Essentially, it'll be a "high-performance product that can always be recycled," and can be combined with excess materials from different industries, like aircraft manufacturing. Mind blown? Yes. {WWD}

Busy Philipps directs comedy shorts for Ann Taylor Loft

Ann Taylor Loft is collaborating with Busy Philipps on two comedy shorts, both of which will be directed by the actress. The first episode will focus on first-day-of-school rituals and will debut on loft.com on Thursday. What makes this project extra adorable? The actress's own daughter will be playing the "mom" role. {WWD}

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