Burberry has launched its Festive 2013 campaign to culminate an entire season that celebrates love. The Burberry With Love campaign exudes a beautiful vibe showing the festive cityscape of London through a series of images and a video set to Tom Odell's 'Hold Me'.
This sensual B&W editorial was shot by Paola Kudacki features scantily-clad beauties Candice Swanepoel and Martha Hunt. The pictures will be featured in the third issue of the Washington, D.C.-based urban arts magazine. View the rest below:
Fashion label Alexander McQueen celebrates its 10-year anniversary of its skull scarf with a collaboration with artist Damien Hirst. The exclusive line of scarves consists of thirty, one of a kind, designs featuring motifs like spiders, butterflies, bugs, skulls, and other insects. The new line hits stores November 15 with prices ranging from US $515 to $1175 (approximately RM1,650 - RM3,760).
Loewe teamed up with brand ambassador Penélope Cruz and her sister Mónica for a new bag named the Cruz. The sisters worked on a re-edition of the Spanish label's well known Amazona bag, which is available in three different sizes and in two versions: polka-dot and plain.
Shot by photographers Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, the 39-year-old Brit supermodel dons the iconic tailed corset, satin bunny ears and black stilettos for Playboy‘s celebratory 60th anniversary issue. If you're curious about the other shots from the pictorial, be sure to grab a copy of the milestone issue, which is expected to hit newsstands real soon.
Christina Ricci is on the latest cover of As If Magazine. The recently married actress poses for photographer Tatijana Shoan in a series of colorful images styled by Masayo Kishi. She tells the magazine, “Oh I don’t wear real bras. This is like a training bra. I hate real bras. And I don’t like the way I look with normal sized boobs. I like smushed down boobs.” In the shoot, Christina wears looks from Fendi, Chanel and Dolce & Gabbana.
Grazia India's November issue celebrates Indian wedding style with this exciting shoot taken during the Ganesh festival. Model Preeti Dhata stars in the spread, posing in the streets for these colorful images shot by Colston Julian. Preeti dons a mix of threads from Indian wedding designers and ready-to-wear labels like Diesel, Kenneth Cole and Dior.
Here are more images from H&M's Christmas 2013 advertisements starring Christy Turlington, Doutzen Kroes and Liu Wen. The supermodels wear festive colors for the lenses of Alexi Lubomirski. There's also a video of the ladies in action, titled "Home for the Holidays," which you can watch above.
Brazilian actress Giovanna Ewbank is in the November issue of InStyle Brazil. The blonde stunner is lensed by Yossi Michaeli, wearing swim season fashions picked by Fabio Ishimoto. Giovanna poses in these retro-inspired style photographs sporting designs from major Brazilian labels like Osklen, Animale, and Ellus.
If you own a really busy schedule, you’ll know what a pleasure it is to be able to shop from your computer or mobile devices, as long as you have Internet connection. Online shopping has proven to be a blessing for people who don’t have time to go out and shop. What’s even better is that you can shop in online stores worldwide and have it shipped to you (of course, sometimes with a hefty shipping price).
Having recently concluded his 16-year tenure as Louis Vuitton‘s creative director, last week Marc Jacobs announced a new contract with the LVMH brand in which they hope to prepare his eponymous brand for a lucrative public offering. Though everyone agrees there is a lot of work that needs to be done before an IPO becomes a reality, the American designer is ready for the challenge, assuring the integrity of his brand will never be compromised. Fresh off his last LV showing and focused on the future of his namesake line, Marc Jacobs sits down with WWD to further discuss his current undertakings as well as his plans for the next few years. Read an excerpt of the interview below and click here for the full article.
Marc Jacobs' exit from Louis Vuitton was highly publicized after Louis Vuitton's Spring 2014 ready-to-wear showcase, and now the designer has told WWD about his future plans that follow his 16-year tenure at the French label. He talks about taking his namesake company public on the stock market, women designers, and about the desire for fashion.
Kate Moss' first ever photo shoot by David Ross was recently on exhibition at London's Lawrence Alkin Gallery. The black and white images, titled "Kate Moss: Roll 1," capture the supermodel at 14-years old. Check it out:
Sky Ferreira is the face of French label Maison Kitsune's spring/summer 2014 ad campaigns. Lensed by Henrik Purienne, the ads feature the blonde singer in style portraits inspired by the New Wave of New York music. Sky has been a fashion favorite throughout her career, appearing in images for Forever 21, Saint Laurent, Vigoss and more.
Supermodel Naomi Campbell has teamed up with photographer John-Paul Pietrus, who is half Filipino, for a set of prints with proceeds going to the Red Cross appeal for Typhoon Haiyan victims. The images can be purchased on johnpaulpietrus.com for £20. The prints are limited edition and will be signed by John-Paul. They'll be on sale till Thursday, November 14.
Alexa Chung's book debut is called "IT" and it's out in stores now. Her book is part memoir, part scrapbook, and part style guide. Alexa says her book's unusual title was inspired by the writing process: “The word it means a lot of different things, that’s why I chose it. At first it was a nickname that I had for the book and then it just became it. And it was ‘It’…gotta go home and work on ‘It’…It’s gonna be ok… this is IT. I love that word. It’s so small and can mean so much.”
Katie Holmes has always had a simple look. But now she's getting a makeover for Bobbi Brown. The new ads for the beauty brand's Old Hollywood Collection has her sporting a dramatic dark eyeliner, a red lip and flawless skin.
The November issue of Elle UK features two hot Thor co-stars, Natalie Portman and Tom Hiddleston. Apart from gracing the cover, Portman was interviewed by Hiddleston for the magazine.
Portman says of falling in and out of love on a whim, 'I see it a lot – this romantic view of the world where you fall in and out of love on a whim. It ignores the depth of trying to know another human being and respect them and love them, and puts in its place the excitement of an immediate intimacy. But really knowing some? That is such an opportunity.'