11:27 AM EDT 03/19/2015
Originally posted 03/09/2015 04:45PM
[BRIGHTCOVE "4101313437001" "" "" "auto"] Techies everywhere have been faced with the question of whether to indulge in the new Apple Watch. Thanks to Christy Turlington Burns, gadget lovers can now witness the watch – not to mention the supermodel – in action.
Originally posted 04/29/2014 04:35PM
Happy birthday, Naomi Campbell!
As the British stunner turns 44 Thursday, it's important to remember that models are people, too.
People who – if these photos are any indication – don't seem to age. And even though the Sports Illustrated swimsuit issue turned 50 this year, the appeal of gorgeous women doesn't seem to be fading at all.
Which is good. Because the latest installment of our "younger selves" series brings you some of the most iconic supermodels of all time, voguing with their younger selves. And – spoiler alert – both versions are really, really, really ridiculously good-looking.
Originally posted 05/10/2014 03:35PM
The gorgeous couple dazzle in the label's new fragrance campaign
Originally posted 11/04/2013 10:00AM
They did it!
Pamela Anderson, Bill Rancic, Christy Turlington, Patrick Wilson, Joe Bastianich and Paul Scheer all completed the grueling 26.2-mile ING New York City Marathon on Sunday – in the name of charitable causes.
From MasterChef's Bastianich celebrating with a glass of wine (and well wishes from Tom Colicchio) to Anderson icing down her entire body (and posting a photo to prove it) and to supportive spouses cheering along the race route (like Giuliana Rancic) here's how Hollywood commemorated making it to the finish line:
Originally posted 08/27/2013 06:30PM
Stars like Naomi Campbell and Kate Moss still got it – and definitely flaunt it
Originally posted 07/11/2013 04:30PM
From Kate to Helena to Elle, these supermodels (and moms!) appear to be ageless
Originally posted 05/15/2013 09:55AM
She tells Harper's Bazaar in our exclusive first look at the cover story
Originally posted 04/14/2011 12:00PM
It's not every star who caters her own book party – and for 60 guests. But that's what Gwyneth Paltrow did this week, to mark the publication of her first solo cookbook, My Father's Daughter: Delicious, Easy Recipes Celebrating Family & Togetherness.
The volume honors the Oscar winner's late father, the producer-director Bruce Paltrow, and its launch brought out such close Paltow pals as Cameron Diaz, Martha Stewart, Jay-Z, Jerry Seinfeld and his foodie wife Jessica, fitness guru Tracy Anderson, celebrated chef Mario Batali, and Christy Turlington and husband Ed Burns, among others, not to mention Paltrow's rocker husband, Chris Martin, and her mother, Blythe Danner.
In a West Village apartment with sweeping views of downtown Manhattan, the tirelessly multi-tasking actress, singer and chef personally attended to every detail of the party – from the Arugula Salad with Smoked Mozzarella Slow-Roasted Tomato Crostini starter dish to the pink and white peonies lining the linen table runner. Replicas of the tableware will be sold on Thursday at One Kings Lane.
Originally posted 11/30/2006 07:15AM
Ed Burns made his name as one of the brothers in The Brother McMullen. Now, the role of father suits him best.
Originally posted 06/09/2003 01:50AM
While Ed Burns's latest movie, "Confidence," with Dustin Hoffman, may have crashed and burned at the box office, the handsome actor still had reason to rejoice this weekend: He married his longtime on-again, off-again companion, supermodel Christy Turlington, Saturday in San Francisco, according to published reports.
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