Morning round up: Sienna Miller vs. Vogue, plus why Aretha Franklin's headgear deserves a little respect...

27 January 2009


Believe what you will of this. According to the Vogue docu The September Issue, Sienna Miller was airbrushed ‘to within an inch of her life', her head superimposed on another model's body, and Anna Wintour had problems with the actress's fillings when she appeared on the cover of US Vogue in 2007. According to Vogue, there's no one who appreciates Sienna's beauty more. According to Sienna, everyone's airbrushed for covers. The drama! [Mirror]

Looks like the credit crunch really does show no mercy: Glenn Close was living it up in Paris last night in the same black and white Armani outfit that she wore to the 101 Dalmations premiere in 1996. Now that's what we call recessionista chic... [WWD]

Having said that, Aretha Franklin's caused a bit of a furore with her Inaugural headgear: the hat's designer has reported he's sold thousands since she wore it to perform at the ceremony last Tuesday. Er, why? [People]

Finally! It's here. Enjoy a lust-worthy moment this Tuesday morning as the Chace Crawford/Leona Lewis video has just been released. You can thank us later... [The Sun]



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