Alessandra Ambrosio and Mariano Vivanco are teaming up for the Spring Summer 2019 ad campaign images of Linda Farrow. (source)
Everyone loves a rags-to-riches fairy tale, but what happens when “happily ever after” turns into a moving target? In the March 2019 issue of Harper’s BAZAAR US, Cardi B opens up about fame, family and Offset.
On where her life is today: “I feel like my life is a fairy tale and I’m a princess— rags to riches, people trying to sabotage. Before, I cared about everything—relationship, gossip. Now I don’t feel like I have the time to please people. I don’t care about anything anymore—just my career and my kid. Well, I care about my career because of my money.”
On her post-partum depression: “I thought I was going to avoid it. When I gave birth, the doctor told me about post-partum, and I was like, ‘Well, I’m doing good right now, I don’t think that’s going to happen.’ But out of nowhere, the world was heavy on my shoulders.”
On why she waited to post photos of her daughter, Kulture: “As soon as she was born, one month in he [Offset] was like, ‘She’s so beautiful. Watch how people gonna go crazy.’ ’Cause a lot of people were saying mean stuff, like that we don’t post her because she’s ugly. He was like, ‘I’m about to post my baby right now.’ But then we were very concerned because we were getting a lot of threats, so he said, ‘The world don’t even deserve to see her.’”
On her original decision to leave Offset: “I decided on my own. Nobody makes my decisions about my life but me. I didn’t want to go to marriage counseling. He suggested it, but it’s like, ‘I don’t want to go.’ There’s no counselor or nothing that could make me change my mind.”
On how she feels about sex and relationships: “If you think Imma automatically hop onto you after a marriage, that just means you think I’m a sleaze. And I’m not. I have a kid— I have to show an example…Just because I’m out there and very sexual doesn’t mean that I have to be whorish. I like to have sex. That doesn’t mean I have to have it with everybody. Not that I judge women who want to have sex with the world.” Images courtesy of Harper’s BAZAAR. (source)
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Diane von Fürstenberg and her granddaughter Talita von Fürstenberg are the cover stars of Town & Country’s March 2019 issue, on newsstands February 12th.
The two von Fürstenberg’s are coming together for T&C in anticipation of Talita’s first collection for the DVF brand called TVF for DVF, due out later this Spring. Inside the cover story, DVF opens up on being fearless, aging, and her next act which is to become an oracle. Talita gives readers a hint of what to expect from her debut collection plus shares how her life varies between NYC and being a student at Georgetown University.
This March 2019 cover marks DVF’s second Town & Country cover – her first in March 1972 with then-husband Prince Egon von Fürstenberg.
DVF on her next act: “I’ve been a designer, a success, a failure. I’ve seen it all. And now I want to use my power, my experiences, my knowledge, and my connections to help women all over the world become who they want to be. I want to be an oracle.”
Talita on her approach to her new fashion line, ‘TVF for DVF’: “I look at it this way. Your mom wore DVF, and maybe your grandmother wore DVF, but now I can bring something a little more fresh and youthful.”
DVF on how she was taught to be fearless as a child: “If I was afraid of the dark, she [her mother] would lock me in a dark closet and wait outside so I would learn there was nothing to be afraid of.”
Talita on family nicknames: “I call her DVF. She calls me TVF. It’s a family thing.”
DVF on aging: “I think of aging as an acquisition, not a loss.”
Talita on life as a student at Georgetown University compared to NYC: “I only wear sweatpants. I don’t think my friends have seen me in anything structured as blue jeans. …If you see me at school, it’s very different from how I am when I’m in New York. It’s as if I lead a double life.”
On how DVF describes her fashion brand: “It’s the friend in the closet.” Image courtesy of Town & Country. (source)