It's that time of the year again when celebrities everywhere try to flog their calendars, but as always the infamous money-can't-buy Pirelli calendar has trumped them all.
Featuring a nuddy Kate Moss, topless Lara Stone and naked Milla Jovovich - plus plenty of other gorgeous models wearing very little - this year's calendar was tastefully photographed in Corsica by the legendary Mario Sorrenti who chose his muses very carefully.
Mario - who used to be a model before moving behind the camera, and also shot a less naked Scarlett Johannsson for Mango this year - has known Kate and Milla since they were starting out in the fashion industry as teenagers. Milla feels so confident with him that she said recently: "Mario is pretty much the only person I would take my clothes off for".
Read more and see the pics after the cut.Warning: Probably not suitable for work.
The dress Audrey Hepburn wore to receive her first Oscar in 1954 was expected to reach £60,000 at auction but it remains unsold due to a lack of bids.
The belted ivory lace gown by Edith Head (who also won an Oscar for costume design) had been on show at London auction house Kelly-Anne, and was in the same sale as Amy Winehouse's chiffon 'Back to Black' dress. Amy's dress went under the hammer for £43,000 yesterday, but Audrey's "Lucky Dress" failed to secure a single bid.
Audrey wore the dress with a matching hat and jacket for her final scene in 'Roman Holiday', before adapting it to wear to the Oscars. From then on, she referred to it as her "lucky dress".
Many thought the gown had been lost, but it recently resurfaced in America and was put up for auction by a family friend.
Posted by Natalie Cornish on December 1, 2011 4:16 PM
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Now that Breaking Dawn is breaking box office records by grossing $500m in just twelve days, R-Patz and co are probably having a well-deserved break from looking red carpet ready. But not Ashley Greene.
She was snapped on the set of retro drama, Pan Am earlier today, and we almost mistook her for Mad Men's Joan Holloway in that pencil-skirt and pearls combo.
Ashley has landed a part in the show alongside Christina Ricci and Margot Robbie. Producers may well have cast Ash to try and improve the shows ratings, as the series isn't doing as well as first hoped.
We love Ashley's '60s style but does it get a thumbs up from you? Vote below.
While sister Pippa was flying the flag for the high street, the Duchess of Cambridge made us (emerald) green with envy as she stepped out in British powerhouse, Mulberry for a press meet and greet at Buckingham Palace.
She was snapped working the room in this Mulberry AW11 'Cabbage' long-sleeved shirt dress with a peace and love motif woven in to the fabric.
Kate accessoried the dress perfectly - with her trademark glossy curls, big smile and husband on her arm.
Wills and Kate had joined the Queen at the palace reception to mark the start of her Diamond Jubilee celebrations.
When they're not making us a tiny bit jealous with their amazing bodies on the catwalk, the Victoria's Secret Angels can probably be found in the nearest karaoke bar if this is anything to go by.
The Angels have just released their own music video - featuring Miranda Kerr, Candice Swanepoel, Doutzen Kroes and Alessandra Ambrosio - dancing and lip syncing along to Maroon 5's Moves Like Jagger in suits.
Maroon 5 recently performed at the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show so maybe this is their way of repaying the favour? Angel Anne Vyalitsyna is dating frontman, Adam Levine after all.
This isn't the first time the girls have got their groove on. Last year, the Angels released a similar video miming to Katy Perry's Firework.
Watch the video below and let us know your thoughts.
The fashion world headed to the capital for one of the biggest events in the calendar last night,the British Fashion Awards. And Victoria Beckham was so overwhelmed by the whole thing that she cried three times.
Victoria did a Gwyneth Paltrow after she fought off (not literally although that would have given Kate Moss' net dress five minutes peace) Stella McCartney, Burberry and YSL director, Tom Ford to win Designer Brand of the Year.
Accepting her award from good friend Marc Jacobs, Victoria broke down and said: "I'm so sorry for crying. I'm being so rubbish."
She then paid tribute to husband, David Beckham adding: "I would like to thank the British fashion industry for your support. I'd like to thank my team...my parents, my kids, my husband. Without David I wouldn't have the courage to do what I'm doing."
In the audience, Alexa Chung (who won the British Style Award again), David Gandy, Kelly Brook, Daphne Guinness, Kate Hudson, Abbey Clancy and newly-crowned Designer of the Year, Alexander McQueen's Sarah Burton applauded the ex-Spice Girl turned eponymous designer who once admitted that she struggled to be taken seriously by the fashion world.
Check out all the winner's below:
Designer of the Year: Sarah Burton for Alexander McQueen New Establishment Award: Christopher Kane Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator: Sam Gainsbury of Gainsbury and Whiting Red Carpet Award: Stella McCartney Designer Brand Award: Victoria Beckham Emerging Talent, Ready-to-Wear: Mary Katrantzou Emerging Talent, Accessories: Tabitha Simmons Emerging Talent, Menswear: Christopher Raeburn for Louis Vuitton Menswear Designer: Kim Jones Model Award: Stella Tennant Accessory Designer of the Year: Charlotte Delall for Charlotte Olympia Outstanding Achievement in Fashion: Paul Smith British Style Award: Alexa Chung