* The Guardian Uk journalist Jess Cartner-Morley breaks down what makes a super-model. We love this excerpt, " What’s more, sometimes they reflect those attitudes before we know they even exist. Fashion is often about the expression of desires as yet acknowledged. Supermodels, as the faces of fashion, are part of that."
* Add another title to your reference library, Bulgari has published “Bulgari: La Dolce Vita & Beyond” With everything from Parentesi necklaces, to Serpenti watches, this September key pieces from Elizabeth Taylor’s Bulgari jewelry collection are going on show at San Francisco’s de Young Museum.
* Lynn Yeager is a staple and legend in fashion journalism and is instantly recognizable. For years her doll faced look has been on the front row and Into The Gloss sat down with her to find out just what products she uses.
* September 17th marked the memorial of designer Jean-Louis Scherrer held at Église Saint-Sulpice on Paris’ Left Bank. This 17th century church was chosen specifically because it is the home to the Great Organ of Saint-Sulpice. "Daniel Roth played Johann-Sebastian Bach’s choral “Erbarm dich mein, O Herr Gott” BWV 721, while Natascha Figaro gave her interpretation of Richard Strauss’ “Wiegenlied” and Richard Wagner’s “Im Treibhaus." “These are the pieces he listened to without respite before his passing,” explained Jean-Louis Lacroix, the parish priest of Saint-Sulpice. “He had turned toward beauty and toward music in search for appeasement.” Mr Scherrer died on June 20 at the age of 78.