She's an amazing model. She knows clothes. She has tons of energy. She would add things to the shoot that I would never have thought of. She thinks from a point of view of an editor and of a photographer, not just that of a model.
What's going to happen to New York, Paris and Milan this season? It looks like the British Fashion Council have managed to bag all of the big brands from the other cities to show at London Fashion Week next month.
Converse, has risen even higher in the cool stakes as a result of a forthcoming collaboration with Rei Kawakubo, also known as the genius behind the super brand that is Comme de Garcons.
Fresh on the heels of the designer's 'Black' collection which launched in Dover Street Market last month, the Converse collection, named 'Play for Converse', will consist of two styles of high tops and two low-cut designs. The pieces will be available in white on black and vice versa and will see each pair sporting the 'Play' heart logo. Retailing at £60 each, the collection will hit the shops later this month and will be available in stores in London, Hong Kong, Seoul, Paris and New York.
Online news site, Gawker, received a tip off that an Opening Ceremony employee discovered the body during a cigarette break. NYPD confirmed that the body of a white male was indeed found at the Opening Ceremony's address.
Emannuelle Chriqui dressed up her denim skirt with a blazer and strapy sandals; whereas Michelle Monaghan looked more event appropriate in this navy blue dress at the Cinema Society and Hugo Boss screening of 'Inglourious Basterds'.