When I heard that Rafael Nadal had signed a deal with Armani Jeans, I was surprised. He wasn't the first spokesperson that sprung to mind but having seen his first ad for the brand, I'm pleasantly suprised. The tennis player shows off his athletic physche in the campaign to good effect. Megan Fox's campaign for the underwear line is out too but it was disappointing and left us hoping for a change in the line-up. If they're looking for curves, why not Kim Kardashian?
Megan Fox stole the show last night at the premiere of 'Passion Play' held at the Ryerson Theatre during the 35th Toronto Film Festival. The former 'Trasnformers' star chose this pale pink Armani Prive dress with diagonal pleating and a metal and lacquer broach to attend the event.
Last night Katy Perry hosted the 2010 Teen Choice Awards in Los Angeles. Inspired by Twilight, who bagged 12 awards on the night, Perry went all Vampire-esqe donning a black leather dress, dark lips and a long black wig. Amongst the singer's six outfit changes was a prom queen look.
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.
Another stunning cover for Interview magazine hit the web on Wednesday, featuring the ever beautiful Marion Cotillard in a palette of black, white and red. The two covers previous to this also took on this theme of colour, with close up shots of Megan Fox, Madonna and Carey Mulligan, and although it may seem that the reoccurring mathematics of a monotone and red palette, and flawless close-up shot may be the norm, the recent covers are actually a far cry from the past of the magazine.
Founded by Pop Art legend Andy Warhol and British journalist John Wilcock in 1969, Interview places itself in the hip celebrity pop culture market, with vintage covers ranging from Leonardo DiCaprio holding inflatable lips reading "Kiss Me" (no need to ask, Leo), to polaroid snaps of celebs and Pop Art portraits. However four of the magazine's 2010 covers, and nine of its 2009 covers conform to this newly made cover rule, along with a drop in the amount of male stars - from three in 2008, to one in 2009 and so far only Jay Z this year.
We can't explain the reasoning behind Interview's change of heart in cover shots, and although we love the beautiful head shots of late, we'd like to see our favourite, unconventional publication return to its roots and inject some fun - and maybe a few smiles - into its cover shots. What do you think?
Unlike a lot of celebrities these days, Transformers star and face of Emporio Armani underwear Megan Fox chose to keep both her wedding - which took place on the 24th June - and her wedding photos a secret, up until a video of the ceremony was released on Wednesday.
The bride wore a stunning strapless Armani Privé gown with a flowing veil for which she swapped with leis later on, whilst the groom, Brian Austin Green wore a white linen suit, no tie. We wish the happy couple all the best.
The newest apparel collection designed by Bon Jovi’s Richie Sambora is the latest fashion talk around town attracting everyone from Peaches Geldof to Alexa Chung, with perhaps it's name being part of the attraction; White Trash Beautiful.
Vogue's Julia Neel described the collection as “The clothes are exactly what you would expect the lead guitarist of one of the world’s most famous rock ‘n’ roll bands to want women to wear: seductively revealing, often spray-on and always dramatic.” Sambora along with Nikki Lund who has helped co-design the collection have both said that their ideal customer would be Jennifer Aniston. Personally we think that Aniston might find it a little tacky but Megan Fox will marvel at the collection which encapsulates her rock n roll style.
The duo's confidence had expanded ten fold since the reception about the label has all been positive and so their next project is delving into menswear. Jon Bon Jovi himself has already worn some of the custom jackets from the collection on stage this week in his concerts for his latest tour.