ItsNotYouItsMe Blog: 2013-09-15

Friday, September 20, 2013

Rebel Wilson Covers 'New York' Magazine for 'Super Fun Night'

The fantastically hilarious Rebel Wilson is primped up for the latest issue of New York Magazine which plays the backdrop of her move to TV on the Conan O'Brien produced Super Fun Night.

On her character’s style: “In the pilot, I was deliberately wearing a very tight white dress with horrible crisscross black stripes that is way too short, and I’m holding a clutch purse that is so tiny that it accentuates my size. The women from wardrobe are lovely, but they don’t get that I want to dress as Kimmie, and Kimmie does not have the best taste. The girls in the show are at the bottom of the social pole, and it’s hard to communicate that to the network. It’s important they understand that comedy is not about looking good.”

On doing anything for a laugh: “I’m not vain at all. I’m an actress. And if something gets a laugh, I have no problem embarrassing myself. The character is the point. Not my ego.”

Billboard's Woman Of The Year Chats With Ellen

P!nk makes a pit stop at the Ellen show in the middle of her Truth About Love Tour to give us an update of her new family life and blush about her latest award by Billboard Magazine as Woman Of The Year!

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How Fun! Control Disclosure Live In NYC!

Ahh technology, watch the beautiful brothers of Disclosure featuring Sam Smith perform their dance floor friendly "Latch" live in New York's Central Park aaaannnd you get to control the camera angles in 360°!

Cool isn't it!

Queer History Of Fashion: From The Closet To The Catwalk takes a look at the new exhibit A Queer History of Fashion: From the Closet to the Catwalk at the Fashion Institute of Technology in New York.

A portrait of Oscar Wilde greets visitors upon entry at the Museum at FIT’s latest exhibit, Queer History of Fashion: From the Closet to the Catwalk. As the 19th century’s ultimate dandy, Wilde embraced what he alliterated as the “dangerous and delightful distinction of being different.” Surrounding his portrait are quintessential examples of 19th century fashion: woolen black frock coats and long skirts. Upon closer inspection, subtle, subversive details emerge. Starched shirts and bowties on women’s clothing served as purposeful masculine elements to signify lesbian identity. A three-piece men’s suit from 1790s France, made in velvet and silk, stands out for its olive green hue—once considered effeminate in the era of early capitalism, when sober colors and stiff textiles defined white, Western masculinity.

Finding the ensembles was an arduous two-year process for historian Valerie Steele, chief curator, and Fred Dennis, senior curator of costume, who assembled the exhibit with the help of personal and museum collections. Says Steele, “I think people will be very surprised that the show goes back to the 18th century. We could’ve done a very different show, which would have focused on the last 50 years in fashion, and lots of gay designers. But I wanted to put it in context. This isn’t just something that’s happened from the ’70s until now. This is something that’s been a part of fashion history. In a way, it’s been hidden. This show is reclaiming the gay and lesbian past and putting it back into fashion explicitly. It’s not that just a few designers happen to be gay. But gays and lesbians have contributed immensely to fashion for a very long time.”

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Chanel Presents Diane Kruger in Where Beauty Begins

Diane Kruger is a naturally radiant beauty in a new short fim for Chanels new beauty line.

For CHANEL, beauty begins the moment you decide to be yourself. When you choose to believe in yourself. With the conviction that you are unique. Beauty begins with self-confidence.
CHANEL. Where beauty begins.

Extra| Diane Kruger visits Conan to talk about her new role and why she wants to see nipples on TV.

Christina Aguilera's World Hunger Relief Rwanda

Vocal power house Christina Aguilera lends her voice again for a new public service announcement for World Hunger Relief Rwanda. By making a donation at your local YUM Brands franchises such as Taco Bell or online at you can help feed a starving child with as little as $1. We made a donation and so can you.

"I’m deeply moved by the many hungry mothers and children that I met in Rwanda. My goal with Yum! Brands’ World Hunger Relief is to inspire as many people as possible to donate to the cause and move millions of children from hunger to hope. It’s important for people to know that for just 25 cents a day, we can feed a child in school and be part of the solution." -Christina Aguilera

Please visit to make a donation today.


Extra| Christina Aguilera stops by the Tonight Show to talk about her Rowanda relief efforts and her home life.

Thursday, September 19, 2013

Igor Stepanov by Laurie Bartley

"Canadian beauty Meghan Collison is photographed by Laurie Bartley and styled by Sophia Neophitou for the Autumn 2013 issue of 10 magazine; with hair by Dennis Gots and makeup by Ayami Nishimura. Meghan is joined by male model Igor Stepanov." -

Davide Giliberti by Wong Sim

"Italian model Davide Giliberti by Wong Sim" -

The Boys of Nevs by Leonardo Corredor

"Photographer/model Leonardo Corredor captured some of the fresh faces at Nevs in London. The featured boys are Ollie, Jake, Mitch, Tom, Curt, Austin, Jeremy and Oliver." -

Matthew Bell by Robbie Fimmano | Strangelove

"British model Matthew Bell is photographed by Robbie Fimmano and styled by Tony Irvine in the Calvin Klein story 'Strangelove' for the Autumn 2013 issue of 10 Men magazine; with hair by Tomo Jidai, makeup by Benjamin Puckey and set design by Nick des Jardins." -

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