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Congratulations are in order for Natasha Poly and her husband, Dutch businessman Peter Bakker, who are expecting their first child together! Click through to see the first photo of her baby bump.
For i-D‘s fall Role Model issue, we’ve been gifted with not one, not even five, but sixteen different covers featuring some major faces. We wonder how long it took to schedule and plan the photoshoots?
Cannes you handle all this glamour? (sorry.)
And so the French Riviera’s fashion jubilee continues!
Rarely does Emma Watson not look awesome, and her spread for the latest issue of i-D is no exception.
The Vogue Paris cover photo of Lara Stone released last week was just a small window into one of the most stunning spreads of the summer. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin photographed a star-studded group of supermodels for Vogue Paris’ August issue. Styled by Emmanuelle Alt, Suzanne Koller and Melanie Ward, the models wear gorgeous designs from Miu Miu, Stella McCartney, Lanvin and Missoni.
BREAKING: Brights are in for spring. That’s the lesson we think we’re supposed to learn from the cover of the newest edition of French Elle. What else are we supposed to take away from the bifold? Well, the 70s are here again (again!), the Farah Fawcett haircut still reigns supreme after all these years, and if your bangles aren’t dyed to match your platform espadrilles, they don’t deserve to see the light of day.
Wedding season is officially here, and even though the royal nuptials aren’t going down for another week and a half, supermodel Natasha Poly got a head start on all the bridal madness.
Despite the copious amounts of beauty we consume everyday here at Styleite, we’re still fully and legitimately stunned by the first image from the Lanvin for H&M ad campaign. And why? Because it’s stunning. Duh.
It was just over a month ago when Lanvin for H&M furor overtook the front pages of Styleite and most other fashion news sites, and now details about everything from the clothes to the ad campaign are finding their ways onto webpages from Turkey to right here in the United States.
We applaud edgy. We love irreverent. But sometimes fashion editorials go a bit too far. They make us cringe, squirm and generally feel really, really uncomfortable. Case in point: Mario Sorrenti‘s latest spread for V Magazine. Titled “City of God” and starring model Natasha Poly, the shocking images apparently pay tribute to Chilean filmmaker Alejandro Jodorowsky known for his “violently surreal” imagery. Yeah, that’s one way to put it.
We’d normally argue that French Vogue can do no wrong, but Carine Roitfeld‘s unadulterated love for skeezeball extraordinaire Terry Richardson is starting to grate on us. Though we’ve been eagerly awaiting details from the glossy’s September issue — which features an envy-inducingly gorgeous Marion Cotillard on the cover — we were a little disappointed in Corps d’Elite, one of the issue’s fashion editorials featuring Natasha Poly and shot by Richardson. Does anyone else think it looks really familiar?
This year’s iconic Pirelli calendar will break from recent tradition and add a few boys into the mix of gorgeous and more gorgeous girls.