Nicole Riche in Julien Macdonald; Diane Agron in Giles; Emma Stone in Lanvin; Reese Witherspoon in Zac Posen; Salma Hayek in Gucci; Lea Michele in Marchesa, Debra Messing in Monique Lhullier; Mila Kunis in Dior; Sofia Vegara in Vera Wang
Daria Werbowy is a Vogue Paris favourite so with that said, it comes at no surprise that the magazine has dedicated the whole of the February issue to her. The model, who also had the magazine's August 2009 issue dedicated to her, was shot by Inez & Vinoodh in a Prada swimsuit.
The decision to use Werbowy for the issue makes sense, as Emmanuelle Alt stressed that she intends to continue working with the model after taking the reigns at the magazine. When asked about what models we can expect to see in the magazine under her editorship she confirmed that Werbowy "is the girl I work with the most. She has a natural, strong beauty. You can put her in a white tee and she will make it look fantastic."
When Alice Dellal first came on the fashion scene she seemed to be everywhere but over the last year or so she disappeared. Don't worry though because the British model is back with a vengence this season because as well as bagging a Chanel campaign, she also stars in the latest Marc by Marc Jacobs campaign.
I've never been the biggest Dellal fan but the ads aren't too bad. What do you think?
Last week Lea Michele was announced as the new face of Candie's and therefore, replaces Vanessa Hudgens. The move does make sense because after all, Michele's Glee fans are the the people who will buy Candie's pieces but the partnership does raise questions. The actress is known for securing some major brands for the red carpet so I'm suprised that her first big brand partnership isn't with a luxury brand.
Do you think the partnership makes sense?
Kate Phelan, isn't the only stylist working for a big brand. Last week Jo Malone London confirmed that i-D editor Charlotte Stockdale has been brought on board to serve as the brand's style editor. According to a release, Stockdale will help cultivate the brand's image, contribute to campaigns and curate their collaborations with fresh British talent.
"Charlotte Stockdale is one of the most talented and vivacious stylists in the world of fashion, bringing a distinctive personality to every project she is involved in," explained, Senior Vice President and Creative Director, James Gager. "She is a natural fit for Jo Malone where a unique understanding of British sensibility is at the heart of everything we do." When asked about joining the brand, Stockdale sounded enthusiastic. "I feel incredibly excited to be part of something so distinctive and elegant," she said. "For me, Jo Malone London is about unexpected ingredients and understated style. I am looking forward to using my experience to take the brand forward in the most dynamic and authentic way."
American Vogue had a really strong year in 2011 with being experimental with their cover stars when it came to covers so when they confirmed that Taylor Swift would be there February cover star, I was disappointed. There's nothing wrong with the singer but it is safe to say that her fashion choices are exactly that - safe.
This week this image of the cover popped up on the Internet and I actually really like it. The 70s feeling really works for Taylor and is the perfect way to introduce all things spring/summer with its penchant for femininity.
What do you think of the cover?
Rooney Mara in Nina Ricci
Julianna Margulies has had some serious red carpet fashion moments in the past but this Naeem Khan dress is disappointing. The dress itself is beautiful but the shape around the waist drowns her. Considering that she would have undergone several fittings before the event, the boxy fit just doesn't fit the bill especially as the actress is nominated.
What do you think of her look?