Model: Dree Hemingway
Editorial: Simply Red
Magazine: US Harper's Bazaar
Issue: September 2010
Photographer: Alexi Lubomirski
In May of this year, Garance Dore was invited by photographer Peter Lindbergh to St. Barths. This is where he was shooting the David Yurman's fall campaign featuring supermodel, Kate Moss. Here is what Dore wrote about the experience:
"Lindbergh’s shoots were like I always dreamt they would be, the big black screen in the middle of the beach, steamy jazz playing in the background, sublime and natural girls, the make-up a bit undone by the salted sea spray, sand in their hair, light right in their eyes. I didn’t ask him any questions. My happiness was simply in observing. Sometimes he’d come up to me, tell me a few stories, ask me some questions, try to understand what was this weird thing I do: this blog thing, it really interested him."
Image cuertesy of fashionologie.com
WWD has finally confirmed the rumours that have been circulating for some time, that CEO and well-respected chairman of superbrand Chloe, Ralph Toledano, is no longer with the firm.
This news is not welcoming to the fashion house, especially when Paris Fashion Week is literally around the corner with head designer, Hannah MacGibbon described as "devastated" at Toledano's exit. Despite Chloe's profitable year during the recession, it has struggled to remain as popular as it did in the early noughties when it was one of the most coveted catwalk collections. Under pressure and failing to perform, Toledano has been pushed out by the newest boss, Marty Wikstrom. Geoffroy de la Bourdonnaye, former CEO of London's Liberty department store, is said to be among the frontrunners to succeed Toledano.
Alexander Wang has finally revealed where he plans to open his flagship store and of course, it would be in the fashion capital of the world, New York.
His first boutique will be opening on 103 Grand Street by the end of the year and he is keeping all details of its decoration under wraps. He explained his choice of the site saying “It’s a perfect, iconic location, and there is a massive amount of windows, a new perspective on luxury.” We look forward to seeing what the new store is like and what surprises Wang has in store for us all.
Lady Gaga wants her fans to choose the outfit for her Madame Tussauds wax figure [Digital Spy]
Gucci loves the iPad, as proven by new website [WWD]
Jay-Z has a clothing line with the New York Yankees [HuffPo]
Here's how to get Olivia Wilde's smouldering eyeshadow [BellaSugar]
Get stylish socks for autumn [Refinery29]
Michelle Trachtenberg donned this strapless grey maxi dress, nude heels and white clutch to attend the 2010 Entertainment Weekly and Women in Film Pre-Emmy party.
We've definitely seen better from the actress but what do you think?
You don't want to clash with the court. Like say the French Open, you have the red clay, so you think about that red background.
She told The Cut at the launch of her shoe line for Cole Haan
Sally Singer, Olivier Theyskens and Julian Classon
It's August - five months since Stefano Tonchi's move to W started the a huge editorial reschuffle - and the changes are continuing. T magazine's new editor, Sally Singer, is bringing more of her former Vogue colleagues with her to the magazine despite speculation that she would avoid doing this to prevent it looking like she's snubbed Anna Wintour.
Vogue staff following Singer include Vogue's associate fashion editor Ethel Park and freelance fashion editor Sara Moonves. When asked about the decision to bring them to T, Singer said: "They see the link between fashion and the larger questuon of what's relevant in our cultute....They're also quite connected with the generation of emerging designers, not only in the States, but abroad, as well."
Model: Natalia Vodianova
Magazine: Vogue Russia
Issue: September 2010
Photographer: Mert & Marcus