When Miuccia Prada sent Gary Oldman, Jamie Bell, Willem Dafoe and Garrett Hedlund down the runway at Prada's fall menswear show it became a no brainer that al four stars would appear in the brand's Fall 2012 campaign. Now the first image of the David Sims-shot campaign is out.
According to a release, the diverse line-up of actors is supposed to 'represent a cross-generational broadening of the face of Prada Menswear,' and the campaign is supposed to look like a portrait that would be hung in a modern palace. The only person missing is Adrien Brody, who also walked in the show earlier on this year.
Recognise anyone in this picture? You should: it's the co-designer of Twenty8Twelve and the Oscar-winning best actor from 'The Pianist'. You'd be forgiven if you didn't recognise Berlin's Mayor Klaus Wowereit from this front-row shot from the Boss Orange show yesterday.
Now that the German city is establishing itself as a legit fashion capital, we have to ask: What do you think of the clothes from the latest Berlin Fashion Week shows?
Adrien Brody and Chace Crawford both boosted their fashion cred this week by making a trip to see the latest collections. Brody stopped over in Paris for Hugo BossEmporio Armani in Milan two days ago. today, while Crawford hit
A film about con menwho swindle millionaires out of their fortunes - and then take an heiress around the world - drew quite the crowd to New York last night. The Cinema Society screening of 'The Brothers Bloom', starring Rachel Weisz, was a mostly fashionable affair. Save for an incident of purple lace tights and Adrien Brody's freer-than-ever hair.