Throughout his career Lenny Kravitz has been heralded as quite the style icon and most recently he played a stylist in his latest acting role in 'Hunger Games'. Now it looks like the artist has taken his interest in fashion that little bit further, as it emerged today that he has collaborated with Toms on a special summer collection.
The partnership came after Kravitz met the brand's founder Blaky Mycoskie two years ago where the pair instantly hit it off. When asked to come on board, it was actually Kravitz's daughter, actress Zoe, who reportedly convinced him to get involved. The collection is everything you would expect from him. Unlike Toms' partnership with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, this collection is all about bright colours and comes printed with phrases like 'Let Love Rule'.
Despite hiring Kelly Osborne to front her Material Girl line only a year ago, Madonna and daughter Lourdes have decided to opt for a new face to front the brand's latest collection and Georgia May Jagger is the model of choice.
'To be handpciked by Madonna and Lola as the new face of Material Girl is truly amazing,' she told WWD, and the decision seems to make sense. Jagger is only 20 years-old and the following that she's gained after fronting big campaigns for Rimmel London and Hudson Jeans, fits perfectly with the teenagers that the line appeals to.
So far the line has only been available in Canada and the US at Macy's but as of next month, you'll also be able to buy it in the UK.
With the Jubilee weekend just around the corner, Net-A-Porter have decided to dedicate the latest issue of their magazine to all things royal. In keeping with theme, Mary Charteris appears in the issue, styled by Natalie Brewster, in everything from Anna Sui to Theyskens' Theory in an editorial aptly named, 'Crazy About Mary'.
While her name might not instantly ring a bell, her face definitely will. The 23 year-old artistocrat is never too far from the front rows and when she's not modelling, she's often spotted DJing at parties around the capital. The fact that Daphne Guinness is her aunt and she cites Isabella Blow as giving her the confidence to start modeling, isn't too bad either.
I can't remember the last time I really loved something that Kylie Minogue wore but that changed today as she stepped out in Cannes to promote her new project, 'Holy Motors'. At the film's photocall at the Palais des Festivals, the singer sported a green more conservative version of a black dress from the Fall 2012 Emilio Pucci collection.
Anja Rubik might still be modelling but 25 magazine, the project she started back in 2009 with husband Sasha Knezevic, is her main focus. To shake things up, the magazine has undergone a big revamp with everyone from Inez can Lamsweerde to Annie Leibovitz collaborating on the new issue, which will be unveiled today in Cannes.
1970s erotica magazine, Viva, along with Playboy and Carine Roitfeld were the starting points of reference for the issue's erotica theme. '25 is basically directed toward very strong-minded, ambitious women, who are very comfortable with themselves and their sexuality,' she told Style.com. 'I was thinking a lot recently and looking how sex is approached nowadays, and nudity, and bodies. Erotica kind of disappeared. The way we approach sex is either really prude or very vulgar.'
After making a statement on the red carpet in Cannes, Cheryl Cole did the same thing last night at the London premiere of 'What to Expect When You're Expecting.' This time she opted for this Victoria Beckham two-tone S/S12 dress in what is by far one of the best looks we've seen from her in a while.
Since filing for divorce with Seal back in April, Heidi Klum has kept a low profile. Aside from attending the FiFi Awards this week to pick up her award, the model has been noticeably absent on the red carpet and also didn't turn up at the Met Gala earlier on this month. Now it looks like she's coming back as she appears in the latest issue of Hunger magazine, channeling her inner rock chick.
In a video for the magazine, the German model appears getting a tattoo, pole dancing and generally putting her best bad ass face on, while a song she recorded called 'Turn Up The Night' plays. While the magazine might not sound familiar now, it definitely will do soon as Rankin is the force behind it and the launch, which took place back in November, came exactly 20 years after he co-founded Dazed & Confused and 10 years after he started AnOther.
Kristen Stewart was out and about this morning in Cannes promoting her movie, 'On The Road' at it's photo call during the Cannes Film Festival. For the occasion she mixed her statement printed Balenciaga trousers with a simple tee and classic black blazer from Rebecca Minkoff. The look isn't the best we have seen from the Cannes photo calls but it definitely taps into her laid back aesthetic.
Much to her amusement, there's been a revival of interest in Iris Apfel's style over the past year or so.'I think it's funny, because I'm not doing anyting differently than I did 70 years ago,' she told The Cut recently. 'Now all of a sudden I'm an icon, so I guess that's pretty good.' Now the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Massachusetts, is tapping into that by creating an exhibition in her honour.
Apfel donated 600 items from her personal wardrobe for the exhibition including pieces from Lanvin and Alexander McQueen as well as special flea market pieces that she's picked up over the years. The collection will also feature some of the statement eye wear that she's become known for, as well as art pieces.