Here she is looking like butter wouldn’t melt. Butter couldn’t be BOTHERED to melt, that’s the truth of the matter.
And while she’s bolstering Australian Vogue’s important White Shirt Campaign (because let’s face it, in a world of AIDS and poverty and disease and injustice, nothing could be more worth campaigning for than a white shirt and heck, AV are doing their bit with two of the four compelling cover lines dealing with the subject. At least someone cares, right?)
So, Kylie, who wouldn’t be allowed within fifty yards of a UK Vogue cover, by the way, turns out to have been less than lovely to the runners who slipped out for her skinny lattes on The Voice. Can’t say more but if you ever buy us a drink we’ll tell you. will.i.am – aka gay.i.am – was a different, much nicer, kettle of fish entirely.
Campaigning magazine Australian Vogue features Kylie and some crisp white shirts. What are you going to look at?,