Cindy Crawford Looks Stiff and Uncomfortable on Tatler’s September Cover

Does the magazine industry secretly have it in for Cindy Crawford? It’s sure starting to look that way given the fact that over the past four months, both Town & Country and Vogue Turkey have failed to do the modeling legend justice. We know the industry is currently trying to make Kaia Gerber happen, but they sure are giving her mom a hard time. Now it’s Tatler that manages to botch up its shoot with the original 90s supermodel, as she fronts the September 2018 issue looking stiff and uncomfortable in the cover photographed by Yu Tsai and styled by Sophie Goodwin.

Tatler September 2018 : Cindy Crawford by Yu Tsai

IMAGE: TATLER.CO.UK

Our forum members made their feelings clear immediately. “Still mad about their art direction, but the styling is too much for her. It looks like your typical high-fashion moneyed equestrian, but you’d never think this woman was once one of fashion’s most in-demand models,” said Benn98 the moment the cover struck.

“When I see her name in a magazine thread, my heart still skips a beat, because I remember back when I was crazy about her. This isn’t bad by modern-day Cindy standards – but I’m glad I subscribe, because I might not be convinced by this particular cover shot to spend £4+ on it at the newsstand,” noted tigerrouge.

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“Better than her Vogue Turkey cover, but that’s not saying a lot. She just looks uncomfortable in that get-up,” 333101 said.

MON felt the same way. “Reminds me of her Vogue Turkey cover. Nothing special,” he remarked.

“Supermodel Cindy Crawford is still not shining through but it’s not the worst cover she’s ever done,” admitted forum member mepps.

“I love and I admire Cindy, she is one of the very best best best stars of the modeling industry in history. However all her covers when she returned to modeling after having her kids are very underwhelming. She used to be SO freaking good, the poses, the hair, the power in the eyes. Now it’s so safe, boring and she always looks uncomfortable,” slammed Bertrando3.

Tatler September 2018 : Cindy Crawford by Yu Tsai

IMAGE: TATLER.CO.UK

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Prince William Says Brits Should Lose the ‘Stiff Upper Lip’ When It Comes to Mental Health

Though Prince Harry and Prince William aren’t running the London Marathon this Sunday, they’ve been active participants in the lead-up to this year’s race through their work with their mental health campaign, Heads Together.

Ahead of the race, the royal brothers sat down with the mental health outlet CALMzine, in which they talked about the importance of de-stigmatizing mental health issues — and why that can be a particular challenge for Brits.

In the interview, William spoke of the stereotypical British “stiff upper lip.” And while he doesn’t discredit the idea of putting on a brave face every once in a while, he says that sometimes, letting your emotions show through is necessary.

“There may be a time and a place for the ‘stiff upper lip,’ but not at the expense of your health,” said the royal dad, who has made one of the focuses of his public work the issue of male suicide.

Prince Harry looked back to his own experiences in the military, where he says the support soldiers have for one another is overwhelming, but often doesn’t include the emotional support needed while serving.

“You’ll do anything for each other, scrub each other’s boots, drag each other through the mud, anything,” said Harry, who was widely praised on Monday for revealing he sought therapy after struggling for years with his mother’s death. “Yet, on the other hand, this support for each other hasn’t included looking after how your buddy is feeling and thinking about things.”

“Hopefully if men see soldiers talking about mental health, it will give them the confidence to do the same.”

Throughout the interview, the two brothers put forward their message of how important it is to end the stigma that surrounds talking about mental health.

“For too long there has been a taboo about talking about some important issues,” William said. “If you were anxious, it’s because you were weak. If you couldn’t cope with whatever life threw at you, it’s because you were failing. Successful, strong people don’t suffer like that, do they? But of course — we all do.”

It’s a message, William says, he and Princess Kate hope to pass on to their children.

“Catherine and I are clear that we want both George and Charlotte to grow up feeling able to talk about their emotions and feelings,” he said.

Heads Together, the mental health campaign supported by William, Harry and Princess Kate, is the chosen charity of the London Marathon. Ahead of the race on Sunday, every runner was given a turquoise Heads Together headband (just like the ones the royals have!).

CALMzine is published by the Campaign Against Living Miserably (CALM), a partner charity of Heads Together. Simon Gunning, the CEO of CALM, praised William and Harry for the work they are doing with Heads Together, as well as speaking out about the importance of looking after your own mental health.

“It’s incredibly significant that the Duke of Cambridge and Prince Harry have lent their voices to CALMzine, as it’s a way we can reach men who may feel they’re not coping but are unsure of where to go or what to do,” Gunning said. “Seeing all different kinds of men represented in the magazine – from princes to artists, athletes or musicians – makes it clear that we’re all in this together and it’s not unusual to have a tough time.”


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Pornhub Times Square Billboard Meets Stiff Opposition, Comes Down

It was a case of premature evacuation.

A Pornhub billboard erected Monday in Times Square has come down almost as quickly as it went up.

The sign — which displayed the winning entry in a contest for a non-pornographic ad concept — read, “All You Need Is Hand,” with two hands forming a heart.

But the relatively tame campaign seemed to meet stiff opposition. Pornhub Vice President Corey Price told The Huffington Post the DoubleTree hotel, which occupies the building where the sign was mounted, objected strongly enough to have it removed early Wednesday.

“Our initial agreement with City Outdoor, the company that owns the billboard space, was that we had full approval for the ad to be placed in the initial location,” Price said.

A DoubleTree employee contacted by HuffPost declined to comment. A request for comment to Hilton, the hotel’s parent company, was not immediately returned.

Now Pornhub is scouting alternative sites for the ad in New York City and other metropolitan areas, Price said.

But the mainstream campaign hasn’t gone away entirely. To bolster the marketing, Pornhub put together a video with the Gotham Rock Choir that melds the Beatles’ classic “All You Need Is Love” with Pornhub’s “All You Need Is Hand” parody version.

We’re not sure the Fab Four would have approved, but what the heck:


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