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There seem to be just two words on the minds of beauty marketers these days: Kate Moss. First the super landed a big money, in-the-buff campaign with St. Tropez, and now Kérastase has announced that she will front the ads for its debut styling line, Couture Styling. Read on to see if you think Ms. Moss’ locks get the job done.
Christy and Calvin; Calvin and Christy. Has there ever been a brand/model relationship more indelible and iconic than this? Today, the house announced that they would be reviving it once again for their fall 2013 underwear campaign, with the 44-year-old super posing for the lens of Mario Sorrenti on location in Vieques, Puerto Rico. In light of this news (which warms the cockles of our ’90s-loving hearts), we’re taking a trip down memory lane and looking back at some of the most memorable images of the past 25 years, ever since Irving Penn first shot Christy for Calvin back in 1988.
We’ve heard of Terry Richardson getting handsy during photo shoots but this is something else.
Usually when a brand springs for a major face to front their campaign, you expect to see, well, a face. But not so in the first image that’s been released from Alexander Wang’s debut Balenciaga campaign, which features a legendary model clad in black and facing away from the camera, peeking out a barely-cracked door.
Seriously — Mondays should always start with something Beyoncé-related.
You know that saying, “we’ll cross that bridge when we come to it”? Well, that time has finally come for the Louis Vuitton “Alma” bag, which has earned its very own ad campaign nearly 80 years after its creation. The campaign, which features iconic scenes from three major cities, features the tagline “Chic on the bridge”.
In case there was any doubt that the ’90s are back in fashion, look no further than Hedi Slimane‘s latest Saint Laurent menswear ad featuring the one and only Marilyn Manson.
While some collaborations like Rodarte for Starbucks seem odd, others, namely Tiësto for Guess, seem completely normal. The kickass DJ/producer created a 22-piece collection with the brand last summer, and has taken the next step with his second, set to launch in stores this May.
Say what you will about rumors, a good number of them turn out to be true. Case in point: Beyoncé‘s H&M ad!
No matter where you stand on the whole black crow vs. peacock issue, there’s no doubt that street style stars have become a hot commodity for brands. Case in point: former Harper’s Bazaar Russia editor-turned-street style star Miroslava Duma just landed a campaign for ironically named French label American Retro.
If you’re one of Britain’s oldest motorcycle brands, who else would you ask to front your ad campaign other than Kate Moss? No one, that’s who.
Stylist Kate Young is used to dressing clients like Michelle Williams and Natalie Portman in four-figure designer gowns, if the just-released ad campaign is any indication, she’s channelling that skill set in her upcoming Target collection.
Tilda Swinton has been tapped to front the campaign for Chanel‘s super fancy Métiers d’Art collection, and as usual, we’ve got a sneak peek right here.
Are you sick of Jennifer Lawrence yet? Yeah, us neither. In fact, we’ve pretty much come to terms with the fact that this week may just be wall-to-wall JLaw coverage following her jawdropping Christian Dior Couture red carpet moment, her huge Oscars Best Actress win, and totally endearing fall up the stairs to collect her award.
A big part of Jennifer Lawrence‘s charm is that she doesn’t quite fit the prim and polished mold usually filled by Hollywood starlets.But that sure doesn’t mean she can’t clean up alright. In fact, the 22-year-old looks like the very picture of refinement in the just-released images from her Miss Dior campaign.
Kate Hudson has signed on for another ad campaign with Ann Taylor, but that’s not all — she’s mentoring young women and also designing a capsule collection for summer 2013.
United Colors of Benetton is no stranger to controvserial ads, considering last year’s UnHate campaign featuring world leaders kissing and going as far back as their Oliviero Toscani-lensed series from the ’80s which included a priest and a nun making out. And now they’ve just released the ad images for Spring 2013 and they’re, well, awesome.
As the daughter of Mick Jagger and Jerry Hall, it’s only fitting that rock royalty Georgia May Jagger fronts H&M‘s newest Rock ’n’ Roll Mansion collection.