It's safe to say that Giorgio Armani is still happy with choosing Megan Fox to replaceVictoria Beckham as the face of the Emporio Armani underwear and Armani Jeans. Want proof? Yesterday the brand announced that she will also front their cosmetics line.
The former 'Transformers' actress spoke to WWD about the news saying: “Mr. Armani is an iconic visionary for all things fashion,” Fox said. “I’m honored to be associated with him and part of this campaign.”
A spokesperson revealed that Fox was the perfect choice for the campaign because “she embodies the spirit of the women of today: free, confident and seductive. Her beautiful features reveal femininity, sensuality and strength.”
The campaign, which was shot by Craig McDean, will be released in October.
Victoria Beckham always leaves me pleasantly surprised. From her eyewear line to her much loved collection of dresses, she never fails to disappoint. The latest case in point is the launch of new denim styles for her Victoria Beckham Denim line.
Already available on net-a-porter.com, this season sees the designer being a lot more experimental. According to Grazia, soon we'll all be able to get our hands on new styles coming in beaten metal to 'black, waxed denim with zip-up hems' and 'ultra-fine Napa leather leggings'.
Victoria Beckham stepped out in the South of France, where she's waiting for husband David Beckham to arrive from South Africa tomorrow, sporting hair extensions. We definitely prefer her shorter look but you might disagree.
Burberry's trench coats are a staple for every woman's wardrobe and it looks like Victoria Beckham and Rihanna agree. Beckham went ladylike in hers by teaming it with these black heels, whilst Rihanna opted for an edgy look.
When I came out with my first collection, I didn't even tell Marc. Well, I felt a little bit embarrassed. He's Marc Jacobs. What else can I say? I never really told him, and then we went to dinner and he said congratulations on all the reviews and the quality of my work. I've learned so much from him. I am such a sponge whenever I'm around him. He is one of the most intelligent, interesting people that I have ever met.
Following the announcement that founder Simon Fuller had left his company 19 Entertainment two months ago, the company's owner CKX revealed yesterday that they were in talks with One Equity Partners about a possible company buy out. Fuller sold his renowned company - which owns stakes in Storm Models, Roland Mouret and Victoria Beckham - to CKX in 2005, and for the past year rumours have surfaced about his next step.
Joining forces with fashion mogul Sir Phillip Green, it was announced last June that Fuller and the Arcadia owner were to create a global entertainment company, after which more rumours circulated about the possibility of Kate Moss' involvement. It was then hinted that Fuller was to collaborate with pal Victoria Beckham to form a modelling agency based in New York, however the former Spice Girl dismissed the rumour, and it was shortly after that Fuller left his company in order to pursue a career in film and other areas of entertainment. With Fuller gone and talks of a company buy-out, the future for Storm Models, Roland Mouret and Victoria Beckham remains to be seen... watch this space.