Beyonce on cover of GQ as one of 100 sexiest women of the century


Beyonce is on the cover of GQ’s February edition featuring “100 Sexiest Women of the 21st Century.” She’s wearing part of a football jersey (it’s been cut off to a very short length), bikini pants with zippers at the hips and a belly chain. Very different, I venture to think, from what she is likely to wear to sing the national anthem at President Obama’s inauguration. [GQ]

Naomi Campbell wears considerably more in the pages of the February issue of Elle, including the Zac Posen bustier blouse and trouser outfit shown in the photo here. In the accompanying interview, she talks about her new reality show, “The Face,” on Oxygen (it debuts Feb. 12 and she looks forward to mentoring the aspiring models), her infamous cellphone-throwing incident (she regrets it) and her relationship with Tyra Banks (she doesn’t watch Tyra’s “America’s Next Top Model” or other modeling shows but she’s proud of Banks “as a woman of color”). [Elle]

Holmes & Yang, the clothing line designed by actress Katie Holmes and stylist Jeanne Yang, made its New York Fashion Week debut last season. But the label isn’t included in a just-released list of design houses that will be showing women’s fall-winter ready-to-wear collections at the next fashion week in February. [The Cut]


Rea Laccone and Christopher LaPolice are leaving Vince, the contemporary clothing label they founded a decade ago and sold to the Kellwood Co. in 2006. This comes amid talk of an IPO. Kellwood chief executive Jill Granoff is taking over as Vince CEO and Doo-Ri Chung has been named creative director. [WWD] (Subscription required.)


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