By Heidi Parker. On Sunday the Vogue cover girl showed off all that hard work when she went out for coffee and a smoothie after a workout in the Hamptons, a suburb outside of New York City. With her hair pulled back and not a spot of makeup on, the wife of Ed Burns still looked sensational at
Punk rock. Just as the community is all-inclusive, the songs that shaped it span across several genres. The timeless ballad has been memorably covered by a motley crew of cherished singers: Liza Minnelli, Celine Dion, P!
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Elliphant is playful and up for anything, and Bahl is impressed with her fearlessness. Before we caught up with Bahl, Noisey talked to Elliphant real name Ellinor Olovsdotter while she was in hair and makeup—a break from character, she says. Noisey: What was the concept for the video?
The campaign is a culmination of an all-women cast and crew. Extraordinary Women, Extraordinary Stories explores the meaningful relationship between Christy and Karlie, bound by a shared desire for purposeful change. Through a rare photo essay and video shorts, Bird captures intimate anecdotes and life lessons shared between Kloss and Burns as they aspire to do more, place passion with purpose, and embody the extraordinary.
She followed in her father's footsteps and studied architecture and graduated from Columbia University. She reportedly dated writer and pro wrestler Ashe Starr for three years and was a girlfriend of fashion photographer Gilles Bensimonwho reportedly left Elle MacPherson for her. In Marchher manager publicly announced her relationship with British pop singer Alice Temple : "The simplicity of the story is what makes it really beautiful.
But, hang on. Did you catch the name in the middle there: Gia Carangi? Younger readers, unless they have seen the eponymous film Gia in which Angelina Jolie played Carangi, may need some introduction to the woman who was once called "the world's first supermodel" and "the hottest cover girl" of the late Seventies and early Eighties.