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  • Truman Says Nicole Kidman Models Fashion Week; Versace on Clinton's Style; Prince Rocks London Fashion Week; Ferre Goes Square; De La Hoya Drag Fakes?

    Nicole Kidman will model at London Fashion Week today! Well, sorta. Instead of appearing in person to model the Antoni & Alison Spring 2008 collection, she will appear in a film that will be shown in lieu of a proper runway show. Perhaps she didn't want to deal with the crush of the paparazzi, or maybe she wanted to make sure they could fix the look of Vulcan-style, perma-surprise Botoxed eyebrows. [WWD]

    September 20 2007 8:35 AM
  • Model Citizen Knox

    September 19 2007 8:00 PM
  • Entertainment The Gay Agenda

    FLICK: With Brad Pitt showing off his acting chops (read: pretty face) as the fastest gun in the West and Mary-Louise Parker delivering a performance that's already attracted critical nods, The Assassination of Jesse James by the Coward Robert Ford officially kicks off the fall Oscar bait season on September 21. "Jesse James is bigger than you can imagine," says Robert Ford (Casey Affleck). Here's hoping.

    September 19 2007 8:00 PM
  • Truman Says The Fall Crave: Louis Vuitton Travel Bag


    Photo: Courtesy of Louis Vuitton

    Why we crave it: Because you never know when you need to make a quick (and stylish) getaway.

    Louis Vuitton Bourget Travel Bag, $2,620,

    September 19 2007 11:22 AM
  • Truman Says Is this what a drag queen looks like?


    Photo: Getty Images

    September 19 2007 11:08 AM
  • Truman Says Become a Lip Sync Superstar!


    A screen shot (link below)! Aladdin will show you the world! Images: Courtesy of Viddyou

    September 19 2007 9:45 AM
  • Truman Says Where's Cavalli H&M Ads; Devil Wears Cocktail; Defending Marc Jacobs Again; Courtney Love Vs. Kate Moss! Catfight!

    Do you remember the "Where's Waldo?" books of your youth? Check out the latest image from Roberto Cavalli's ad campaign for his upcoming H&M line—set to hit stores in November. Where's Cavalli? [WWD]

    September 19 2007 8:08 AM
  • Model Citizen Tommy

    September 18 2007 8:00 PM
  • Entertainment Syllabus: Film 1985

    There's always been something slightly queer about Freddy Krueger, what with his perfectly deconstructed striped sweater and all, but there's nothing subtle about A Nightmare on Elm Street 2: Freddy's Revenge, the gayest horror film of the 1980s. 'Horror film' may be the wrong classification for a movie where the haircuts (hello, unironic mullet!) are far more frightening than the ridiculous attempts to spook (exploding parakeets, demonic tennis balls, metaphysically malfunctioning toasters). Nightmare 2 is far more credible as a minor camp classic of the gay panic genre.

    September 18 2007 8:00 PM
  • Entertainment Syllabus: Book 1991

    American Psycho, Bret Easton Ellis

    September 18 2007 8:00 PM
  • Entertainment Syllabus: Music

    Nick Drake Pink Moon (1972, Island) Released two years before Drake's apparent suicide, this haunting final bow has shown enormous influence. Without it there'd be no Everything but the Girl, no Belle and Sebastian, no Sufjan Stevens, nor other navel gazers too numerous to list. The album's a mere 28 minutes, but Drake's shy, stark ruminations on heartbreak, alienation, and the pending apocalypse will hook you for life. The Smiths Strangeways, Here We Come (1987, Sire)

    September 18 2007 8:00 PM
  • Entertainment Syllabus: Music

    Judy Garland Live at Carnegie Hall (1961, Capitol) Lord knows the woman never recovered from drug abuse, but this milestone recording'billed as 'the greatest night in show business history''surely gave the beleaguered Garland a new lease on life, however temporary. Do yourself a favor: Cue 'I Can't Give You Anything But Love' and keep a sizable box of Kleenex handy. Rufus Wainwright Want One (2003, DreamWorks)

    September 18 2007 8:00 PM
  • Truman Says London Fashion Week!

    A look from designer Gareth Pugh's Spring/Summer 2008 collection. Photo: Getty Images

    September 18 2007 1:21 PM
  • Truman Says High Tech Versace Home; Air New Zealand's Mary Voyage; Dangerous Crocs; Michael Jackson's Wig Woes

    Versace's newly-launched interiors website allows architects and interior designers to download 2- and 3-D models of items to include in design plans. So, you can be sure that your purple and white gold bed will fit in your bedroom. [WWD]

    September 18 2007 8:41 AM
  • Truman Says Decoding The International Male Catalog


    Most gay men hear the name International Male and shudder. But they don't shudder out of shame. They shudder because the catalog is a guilty pleasure—a catalog of eye candy dressed up (in varying degrees) in mostly ridiculous clothes.

    September 18 2007 8:08 AM
  • Model Citizen Tan

    September 17 2007 8:00 PM
  • Entertainment The Ghosts in Her Machine

    Annie Lennox's fourth solo album may not be her best (that accolade belongs to 1992's Diva), but thanks in part to 'Sing,' her much-ballyhooed collaboration with Madonna, C'line Dion, and Gladys Knight, among others, it may be her most ambitious. The opener, 'Dark Road,' and its immediate successors ('Love Is Blind,' 'Smithereens,' and 'Ghosts in My Machine') represent some of her strongest offerings to date, her brooding introspection tempered with spry, robust melodies. In one of her few interviews for the U.S.

    September 17 2007 8:00 PM
  • Truman Says Emmy Awards Fashion Roundup


    Kanye West at Last Night's 59th Annual Emmy Awards. All Photos: Getty Images

    Last night's Emmy Awards were a predictable fashion flop in men's fashion. It proved, once again, that women always outshine the men when sporting designer duds for an elegant night of party hopping and red carpet strutting. There's just no creativity anymore.

    September 17 2007 1:27 PM
  • Truman Says Fashion Week Cat Fight!; LV the Magazine; Diddy's Unforgivable Porn; Getting to Know Dior's Head Honcho

    International Herald Tribune fashion critic says she wanted to "strangle Marc Jacobs with [her] bare hands" for making her wait two hours for the show to begin. Jacobs threatens to show in Paris in the future to have a few more weeks to prepare for the show because the NYC Fashion Week was pushed forward to accomodate the Jewish holidays. [Radar]

    September 17 2007 9:10 AM
  • Model Citizen Derrick

    September 16 2007 8:00 PM
  • Model Citizen Thomas

    September 15 2007 8:00 PM
  • Entertainment Save the Last Dance

    Last November, Circuit Noize magazine, the bible of the party crowd, became simply Noize. That one-word omission reflected a profound change in the scene. Publisher Steve Ceplenski says he wants to bring in 'more festivals and art shows surrounding an event'daytime parties. There are very few of the traditional circuit parties anymore,' he laments.

    September 15 2007 8:00 PM
  • Model Citizen Tony

    September 14 2007 8:00 PM
  • Truman Says Marc Jacobs Review Roundup


    Photo: Getty Images

    September 14 2007 11:04 AM
  • Model Citizen Wilfred

    September 13 2007 8:00 PM