Dating vanity fair labels

Talking to Carroll Shelby, 83, about his passion for performance, his six (or is it seven?

Can you believe that this (top photo) Vanity Fair cover is 10 years old?! A clever reader of my favorite gossip blog, Ohnotheydidnt, recreated the bottom cover to reflect where these stars are now 10 years later and well – we can definitely say that it certainly isn’t as pretty. Ten years ago, Vanity Fair put nine “teen girl stars” on its cover — fresh-faced and talented, these young women were ready to take over Hollywood (and maybe the world).

From left to right, Amanda Bynes, Mary-Kate and Alshey Olsen, Mandy Moore, Hilary Duff, Alexis Bledel, Evan Rachel Wood, Raven-Symoné, and Lindsay Lohan filled a fold-out cover spread for the magazine’s June issue.

The shocker was that the secretary of defense had been able to manhandle the Pentagon into a war it didn't want, with troop levels it deemed inadequate. , the award-winning producer-director-star returned fire, wearing the label of "liberal" with pride, grace, and his usual cool.

Kendall Jenner isn’t having any of Stephanie Seymour‘s “labels” about her or BFF Gigi Hadid.

THE DAVINCI CODE author Dan Brown was acquitted of copyright infringement this spring in a high-profile London trial.

Across the Atlantic, he and Random House have also won a two-year legal battle with Califronia writer Lewis Perdue— even though two respected experts agree that Brown's blockbuster borrowed its Plot from Perdue's novel Ford's new high-performance Mustang, the Shelby GT500, evokes America's muscle-car heyday—as well as the legacy of the man behind three iconic vehicles: the Cobra, the GT350, and the original GT500.

The 20-year-old model penned an open letter on her website after Stephanie‘s new interview with Vanity Fair magazine was published.

“They are completely different than we were,” Stephanie had shared with the glossy recently. They deserve their own title…B****** of the moment!

Your fingers stroke the fabric along a garment’s back and neck, hoping to find a label or tag and your much-needed clue to its vintage authenticity.

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