RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Annie Leibovitz

A collection of news and information related to Annie Leibovitz published by this site and its partners.

Top Annie Leibovitz Articles

Displaying items 67-76
  • Your morning fashion and beauty report: Rodarte and Kirsten Dunst, Dressed to Kilt fashions, Pakistan Fashion Week

     
    The Rodarte sisters costumed the actors in a Kirsten Dunst-directed short. [Coutorture] The fashions at the 8th annual Dressed to Kilt Charity Fashion Show. [Jezebel] Pakistan Fashion Week started Monday. [Huffington Post] K-Swiss inks deal with...
  • Louis Vuitton ad shoots for goal with soccer greats Pele, Maradona and Zidane facing off in foosball

     
    Over here at All The Rage we're consistently in awe of Louis Vuitton's ability to land a mind-numbing assortment of stars from the global constellation of celebrity for its ad campaigns. Some of the more memorable ones featured Mikhail Gorbachev,......
  • 'Real Housewives of New York City': The Shutter Island of the Virgin Islands

     
    Someone call the doctor cause Kelly has lost her mind. What was I thinking? All this time I thought I was being helpful to Kelly by trying to find her missing pants. Now I realize I was just ignoring the......
  • The Morning Fix: Simon Fuller's next move. Money man to the stars accused of bilking clients. CAA-IMG battle takes twist

     
    After the coffee. Before sneaking out early to see "Sex and the City 2." OK, that one's a lie. Simon's next move. "American Idol" creator Simon Fuller is looking to make a $600-million bid on CKX Inc., the media and......
  • Glenn Goldman's books, up for auction

     
    They all came to Book Soup -- writers Martin Amis, Hunter S. Thompson and John Updike, former President Bill Clinton, artists Ed Ruscha, Helmut Newton and Andy Warhol. At the West Hollywood bookstore, they signed books for readers who queued......
  • The Guide: Words & Ideas

    The Guide: Words  &   Ideas
    Words & Ideas TODAY Greg Hise Aloud at Central Library presents "Ground Truth: How We Talk About Los Angeles and Why This Matters," a conversation between the urban historian and D.J. Waldie, author of "Holy Land." www.aloudla.org. Richard J. Riordan...
  • Miley Cyrus Apologizes for Semi-Topless Photo

    Miley Cyrus hasn't been having a lot of luck with photos lately. Last week, playfully provocative photos of her hit the Internet, and now she's worried about pictures that famed photographer Annie Liebovitz took of her for an upcoming issue of Vanity...
  • Small Headlines: Big Stars

    Small Headlines: Big Stars
    The renewal of wedding vows between Amy Winehouse and Blake Civil Fielder will have to wait a little while. Poor Amy caught a case of the vapors and fainted yesterday for "causes unknown". Well gee, is it safe to say her crack habit has something to do...
  • Waterbury

    Waterbury
    HOW IT GOT ITS NAME: Incorporated in 1686, Waterbury was named after its many rivers, ponds, and swamps. The area was previously named Mattatuck, after the Indian name Matetacoke, meaning "place without trees. THE BRASS CITY: The process of brass...
  • Tiger Should Embrace New Image

    Tiger Should Embrace New Image
    Tiger Woods is the not only the most hated guy, not just in sports, but possibly the entire planet right now. The only 2 contenders being Jon Gosselin and Gilbert Arenas (didn't the old-school Pacers play with guns in the locker room at the Fairgrounds...