Ever since Vogue Magazine released the image of its cover featuring Kimye and baby North it has been topic of discussion among fans of the couple, fans of the magazine and industry insiders , but supermodel Naomi Campbell doesn’t even think about it.
The queen of the catwalk was recently asked by an Austrian morning show on her opinion of the cover, that has had to be defended by the magazines Editor-in-Chief Anna Wintour. Campbell, who has graced the cover Vogue a few times, responded with answer that remind us “if you can’t say anything nice don’t say anything at all.” My favorite part is the laugh at the beginning.
Check it out below:
The fact she gives her opinion with out giving her opinion is classic.
Drake said it best “No new friends” and Kim Kardashian is making sure her old ones are still holding her down.
It’s been reported the alleged photos of baby North West we’ve seen making their way around the internet are not Kim and Kayne’s newborn, but instead an impostor. The twist to the story is that most famous member of the Kardashian clan leaked the faux North pics herself.
According to TMZ Kardashian, 32, reportedly sent fake pictures to at least six people in her inner circle of “friends” as a clever plan to see who would try to sell the photos.
TMZ has already received two of the photos that one of Kardashian’s so-called friends may have tried to cash in on, but confirmed the infants in the snapshots were not little North.
During her appearance on the “Today” Show this morning proud grandmother, Kris Jenner, kept her baby photos close not even letting Matt Lauer see the new baby.
“I’d have to kill you if I showed you my cell phone,” Jenner, 57, laughed. “I’m erasing them all right after this.”
This not a surprise because not even everyone in her immediate family has been able to see baby North. Kim’s younger brother Rob explained to MSNBC that he was turned away when he attempted to visit his sister and niece at the hospital
” I actually tried to go over to see her, she wanted to have clam, peace – just my mom and her. It was all good though.”said Rob Kardashian
Although only select few have yet to see her new grandchild the Kardashian Patriarch did comment on the directional moniker chosen for her.
“I think it’s great. Why not?” she said of little North West during an interview with Fox 4 News in Dallas. “That’s what’s going on these days, lots of creative names.”
I feeling they’re going to make us wait until Kris’ new talk show premieres on July 15th; that would definitely be the Kardashian thing to do.
A new advertisement for Ford’s newest SUV could turn one mogul family into some unhappy Kampers. Yes, the pun was intended.
In an advertisement for the Figo a drawing depicts celebutante Paris Hilton winking as she glances at her reality TV rivals, Khloe, Kourtney and Kim Kardashian, tied up and bound in the back of the car.
Communications company J. Walker Thompson’s India branch, who’s clients include : Nike, Levi’s, and Pizza Hut, was commissioned to handle the advertising for the small SUV only available in India. Two of the firm’s employees showed the world the three sisters are not just the butts of jokes in only the United states.
Unfortunately, the ad ideas were created in the wrong place at the worst time . India is currently facing in crisis the uprising of sexual assaults against women. After it was determined the death of a 23-year old rape victim in New Delhi was due to injuries suffered during her attack. India recently applied a more stringent law to punish sex criminals.
Although the print artwork never circulated in any publications, the mockups were posted to the Ads of the World’s website.
Ford issued a statement saying :
“The posters are contrary to the standards of professionalism and decency within Ford and our agency partners. Together with our partners, we are reviewing approval and oversight processes to help ensure nothing like this ever happens again”
The employees also created a similar drawing involving Formula One driver Michael Schumacher behind the wheel of the car while his race car rivals, Sebastian Vettel, Lewis Hamilton and Fernando Alonso are tied up in the back.
In a statement, JWT said they deeply regret the publishing of posters that were distasteful and contrary to the standards of professionalism and decency within WPP Group.’
The employes responsible for the creation of the advertisements were fired.