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If Sterling, Cooper, Draper, Pryce was based out of Paris and took on a fashion client, we imagine the upshot to look something like Sonia Rykiel’sFall 2013 campaign.
It’s only been three weeks since Rita Ora and Cara Delevingne reassured us they were still loving wifeys. So let’s hope theirs is relationship that thrives on a little healthy competition, because Rita’s just replaced Cara as the face of DKNY.
Much like being on an acid trip, Proenza Schouler’s fall campaign video heightens your senses (or at least it tricks you into thinking it does). The colors are more vivid, the lights brighter, and in true hallucinogen form, there’s even parrot sightings and galaxy-hopping. Sasha Pivovarova stars in the trip amidst psychedelic shapes and patterns, and while it might scare you at first, you soon realize you’re essentially taking LSD with the Russian beauty, and that’s actually kind of a fashion dream come true.
We admit, we don’t watch Boardwalk Empire for the bathtub gin recipes.
Just as we love a Rihanna stripped-down set, we love any campaign where the singer is raw. For her new fragrance Rogue, the singer dons a sexy slip dress in a black-and-white self-portrait photographed by Mario Sorrenti and styled by Mel Ottenberg. Although we see Bad Gal RiRi’s edgy signatures, like her half-shaven head, smoky eyes, and sharp talons, it’s a more cultivated image of the wild star.
What does a cocktail of Cara Delevingne, dubstep, and NYC, give you other than a party? Short answer: The DKNY Fall 2013 campaign. Naturally, we weren’t surprised to see that Donna Karan tapped the Brit model, considering the she’s been in just about every campaign we’ve seen so far and she closed DKNY’s fall show set to one very bass-heavy Frank Sinatra and Biggie mash-up.
Edie Campbell’s already fronting campaigns for Jil Sander and Marc Jacobs this season, so combined with her multifarious Lanvin ads she must be feeling a little thinly spread personality-wise – particularly since the brand had her embodying six different women.
Compared to his previous modeling endeavors, which include dressing in drag for Candy and showing his bare ass on the cover of Flaunt, this is pretty tame. It’s also the most humble we’ve ever seen someone look while driving a red convertible and wearing $300 sunglasses.
If it ain’t broke, don’t fix it, right? That seems to be Riccardo Tisci’s thinking for his fall 2013 Givenchy campaign, which revives last season’s all-in-the-family theme. This time, however, instead of Mariacarla Boscono and her brand new baby, he’s tapped a mother and daughter pair that can both don the line in Carine Roitfeld and Julia Restoin Roitfeld, along with muse Amanda Seyfried, actor Quim Gutiérrez, and models Mariano Ontañon and Dalianah Arekion. Get your first look at the ads right here!
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.