Daphne Joins Donatella In Elizaveta Porodina Images & GREAT Molly Young GQ Interview April 2018


Donatella Versace has yet another interview, appearing with Daphne Groeneveld and Alton Mason in the April 2018 issue of GQ Magazine US. Elisabetta Dal Bello styles the shoot for images by Elizaveta Porodina. / Hair by Davide Diodovich

Molly Young conducts the interview -- which is the best one I've read in this cycle. 

Sara Sampaio Wears Sexy, Sporty Looks Lensed By Hanna Tveite For Porter Edit March 23, 2018

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Sara Sampaio Wears Sexy, Sporty Looks Lensed By Hanna Tveite For Porter Edit March 23, 2018

Top model and Victoria's Secret Angel Sara Sampaio shows some moves, as form meets fashion in sexy sports looks styled by Helen Broadfoot. Photographer Hanna Tveite flashes 'Strong Points' for Porter Edit March 23, 2018./ Hair by Franco Gobbi; makeup by Virginia Young

Related: read Sampaio's Porter Edit interview:

Maryna Linchuk Wears Sporty Glam Looks Lensed By Sergi Pons For Marie Claire Spain April 2018

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Top model Maryna Linchuk is styled by Rut Baticon in splashy, sporty looks from Valentino, DSquared2, Miu Miu and more. Sergi Pons eyes Linchuk in Venice Beach, California for Marie Claire Spain's April 2018 cover story. 

Sunniva Vaatevik Channels Princess Diana, Lensed By Alvaro Beamud Cortes For Vogue Spain April 2018


Model Sunniva Vaatevik channels Princess Diana in advance of her younger son Harry's marriage to Meghan Markle on May 19, 2018 in St. George's Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle in England. 

Sara Fernandez Castro styles Sunniva in both elegant and casual clothes recognizable as Diana references -- including the infamous red sweater.

Photographer Alvaro Beamud Cortes captures the regal references for Vogue Spain's April 2018 issue. / Hair by Daniel Martin; makeup by Kristin Piggot

Ophelie Guillermand Delights In 'Hasta la Bandera' Lensed By Guy Aroch For Harper's Bazaar Spain April 2018


Model Ophelie Guillermand channels Catalan-influences in 'Hasta la Bandera', styled by Beatriz Moreno de la Cova. Photographer Guy Aroch is behind the lens, delivering a beautiful, visual fashion extravaganza for Harper's Bazaar Spain April 2018./ Hair by Nicolas Jurnjack; makeup by Manuela Pane

Dilone Billboards Fashion's Logo Love In Paolo Kudacki Snaps For Vogue Spain March 2018


Dilone gets the logo treatment, styled by Juan Cebrian in fashion's current embrace of brand-promotion.This season, fashion's approach to logos is to rework, destroy and mutate them, evidenced perhaps by Dilone's non-traditional, safely irreverent visual poses? Trendmeisters assure us that the new logo approach isn't about status; nor are they a purely visual gag.  Okay, if you say so, but this sounds like word salad to me. Paola Kudacki is in the studio, flashing Dilone for Vogue Spain's March 2018 issue./ Makeup by Ralph Siciliano; hair by Lacy Redway

Laetitia Casta Covers Tatler Russia April 2018 In Scarlet Leather Lensed By Mathieu Cesar

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French icon Laetitia Casta covers the April 2018 issue of Tatler Russia, wearing a Saint Laurent scarlet leather dress and Boucheron jewelry. Stylist Renata Kharkova chooses designs from Chanel, Valentino, Paco Rabanne and more for images by Mathieu Cesar.

Queen Claire Foy on 'The Crown' Was Paid Less Than Her On-Screen Husband Matt Smith


Lovers of Left Bank Pictures' Netflix series'The Crown' had a rude awakening last week, learning that 'The Crown' star Claire Foy -- that would be Queen Elizabeth II -- was paid less than her male co-star Matt Smith, playing Prince Philip. Foy herself won't benefit from the new policy, because she is replaced by Olivia Colman playing a new and older Queen next season. 

Left Bank Pictures apologized on Tuesday, issuing a statement saying “We want to apologize to both Claire Foy and to Matt Smith, brilliant actors and friends, who have found themselves at the center of a media storm this week through no fault of their own. Claire and Matt are incredibly gifted actors who, along with the wider cast on The Crown, have worked tirelessly to bring our characters to life with compassion and integrity.” 

In a not very subtle attempt to protect Matt Smith, Left Bank said that they are solely “responsible for budgets and salaries; the actors are not aware of who gets what, and cannot be held personally responsible for the pay of their colleagues.” They also claimed to be “absolutely united with the fight for fair pay, free of gender bias, and for a re-balancing of the industry’s treatment of women.”