File this under another example of we all love Anna Dello Russo. Never one to shy away from showing off her moves, ADR has just dropped this video, 'Fashion Shower', ahead of the launch of her new accessories line for H&M.
The video was shot by Alex Turvey and sees the Vogue Japan editor doing a Madonna, posing her different yoga moves while wearing a fringed Mark Fast dress. And aside from her moves, you can also enjoy her chanting things like 'Fashion is always uncomfortable, when you get comfortable, you never get the look,' in a dramatic way in time with the music.
H&M always celebrate their partnerhsips in a big way so it'll be interesting to see what they do with this one. Dello Russo performing with Lady Gaga maybe? Now that would be a moment!
Since June is in full swing most of the biggest campaigns for Fall 2012 have already dropped and so far they are looking good. This week Mulberry released all of the images of their campaign, in what has quickly become one of my favourites, and stars Lindsey Wixson alongside a furry friend shot by Tim Walker.
Equally good are the Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott-lensed Gucci ads, which stars very sultry looking Karmen Pedaru and Nadja Bender. For Jean Paul Gaultier, Karlie Kloss appears again and joins forces with Willy Vandeperre who shot her for those Bally campaigns a few seasons ago. Stella Tennant, who has been clocking up quite a few editorial appearances recently, has also bagged a big campaign this season fronting the Givenchy ads.
With only a few months to go before CarineRoitfeld launches her new magazine, CR Fashion Book, the industry is abuzz with excitment but if recent reports from Page Six are anything to go by, you can cross the powers that be from Condé Nast off that list.
According to the column, Condé’s chairman Jonathan Newhouse 'sent word to photographers including Mario Testino, Craig McDean, David Sims and the Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott team 'remininding' them of their exclusivity with Condé Nast to shoot for its titles including Vogue, W, Glamour, Vanity Fair and Allure.' Even those without exclusivity contracts have reportedly been discouraged from working with Roitfeld on the new venture.
Lady Gaga's March 2011 cover of US Vogue was the magazine's second best-selling issue last year and now they are hoping to do it again by putting the singer on cover of their all-important September issue.
Despite hiring Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott to shoot his fall 2011 ads, Tom Ford did a Karl Lagerfeld and decided to get behind the lens again and shoot his S/S12 campaign and the images are finally out. As ankles were a focal point of the collection, it comes at no surprise that Ford saw this through into the campaign with model Mathias Bergh nibbling away at Mirte Mass' ankle in one of the shots.
As always, we love the Tom Ford campaign but do you?
For the September cover story for Wmagazine, Kristen Stewart is unrecognisable. The 'Twilight' actress, known for her tomboy aesthetic and scowl-ly attitude, was all 60s glamour in the cover story shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott.
The cover marks Edward Enninful's first issue for the magazine and if it's anything to go by, there are a lot of exciting developments coming from the magazine in the near future.
Emmanuelle Alt's second cover of French Vogue is out, and it features none other than Kate Moss - being groped by three men at various angles. The cover was shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott in London. We've taken note of how much clothing Moss is wearing, especially for a May issue of a magazine notorious for its willingness to bare skin.
So far, Alt has stuck to supermodels for her cover stars. Moss follows April cover star Gisele Bundchen on her way to the newsstands.
Back in October we told you that bosses at Talbot had replaced Linda Evangelista with Julianne Moore in a bid to move the brand in a new direction. The ads have finally hit the web and sees the actress appear in a denim dress in a greenhouse full of flowers.
The campaign, which was shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, will feature in the March issues.
Take a sneak peek at the August 2010 issue of W - the magazine's first cover under the direction of new editor-in-chief, Stefano Tonchi - featuring Mad Men's Jon Hamm and Rebecca Hall, as we reported back in May. The cover shows signs of things to come for W, starring the up and coming actors, and shot by lesser known photographer Nathaniel Goldberg. The choice of photographer is a stark contrast to the history of the magazine, which at one point in time continuously featured the likes of Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Steven Klein et al.
The focus on rising, underground talent continues as the September issue cover - which was originally said to be starring Lindsay Lohan - will feature a group of young talent, the ones to watch, including Emma Roberts, Zoe Kravitz and Jennifer Lawrence. Now we just have to wait a month to see W's content with Tonchi at the helm, and by the looks of things W is taking a change for the better.