Carine Roitfeld, the former French Vogue editor, recently went back to the fashion spotlight styling for Barneys new campaign, surrounded by her daughter and son among a great model casting, photographed by her friend Mario Sorenti… She’s back.
Lady Gaga, the new columnist of V covers V magazine Summer 2011 issue, is dressed in normal Mugler bodysuit wearing just a pair of stockings… Shot by Inez & Vinoodh
This brilliant cover and editorial in Vogue Italia that features the amazing plus size models Candice Huffine, Tara Lynn, Robyn Lawley was shot by Steven Meisel and styled by Fashion Editor and Stylist Edward Enninful.
Featuring lovely ensembles by designers Alberta Ferretti, Dolce & Gabbana and Agent Provocateur, these curvy plus models also strip down for sizzling boudoir shots for this Vogue Italia issue…
More here below
After their Conscious Collection (made of organic cotton), H&M releases a sporty Unisex Collection to raise money for the association of Designers Against Aids. This is actually the fourth year of H&M’s FAA initiative, which aims to promote safe sex and HIV/AIDS awareness both through the messages found in the collection and through the advocacy of the organisations which benefit from the sales (25% of the earnings will be donated).
The starting point is shape and detail, with sporty T-shirts, blousons and parkas that are there to be personalised: sleeves can be rolled up or zipped off, waists can be belted and garments totally adapted from one item into another. Comfort is a key factor and colours are naturals as well as pale pastels which means they can be worn by all…
The collection will be available in Europe from the 26th of April.
They were fit -but not underweight- healthy and sexy : the one thing to be remembered about fashion in the 90s is definitely the supermodels!
Simeon Farrar whose label is known for original T-shirt design, is giving everyone the opportunity to get their hands on one of his Kate Mouse Tees (So popular that they had a waiting list of 300 back in December) in exchange of a donation of £20 to support the Save The Children’s emergency Japan appeal.
“Since I began my label I’ve had such immense support from the Japanese market and over the years I’ve forged such strong relationships with our shops and their customers. I was due to fly out to Tokyo this Sunday for a ten-day sales trip but this was cancelled at the last minute due to the deepening crisis following last week’s earthquake,” explained Farrar to Vogue UK.
Visit www.simeonfarrar.com to make your donation. (only available in the UK)