While on a brief jaunt to London last weekend, Emily swept through the Juergen Teller show at the ICA, lovably entitled "Woo!" (if you're in London, it's open until March 17th—go!), and was stopped in her tracks by a pair of portraits of Linda Evangelista in Teller's "Reading Room." With some minor sleuthing (or, you know, extensive Google-ing), we found out the shots are from Interview's November 1993 issue (DeNiro covered, and his demeanor for the interview was purportedly "sphinxlike," if you're wondering, which is reporter-speak for "difficult"). This is a cool fact, but mostly we're just loving that choppy, multi-toned, almost-mushroom-cut boyish hair that Jimmy Paul was telling us about yesterday. Evangelista is a serious glamazon, and there's something so...major about seeing her play rough-and-tumble in NYC's Thompson Square Park (we're guessing, but doesn't it look like it?). It's got our scissor fingers itching. Is that so wrong?