Victoria Beckham breaks into that storied circle of Vogue “cover girls” next month, when she appears on the cover of the magazine’s massive fall issue.
It’s official! Hermès International has appointed Nadège Vanhee-Cybulski as its new artistic director of women’s ready-to-wear.
Axel Dumas, the brand’s chief executive, brought in the 36-year-old current design director of The Row only days after announcing Christophe Lemaire’s departure. She will start her new job just after the coming spring women’s show season.
Louboutin shoes are easily one of the world’s most coveted–and identifiable, thanks to the contrasting, bright red lacquered hue on the bottom of the shoe.
Commonly called “sammy red-bottoms,” with a red-bottom colour code registered by Louboutin as Pantone colour 18-1663 TPX, the designer’s red soled shoes were born twenty-two years ago, when Christian Louboutin took a bottle of nail varnish and brought life to what he otherwise felt was an uninteresting shoe.
Stella McCartney has unveiled her new Fall/Winter 2014 ad campaign, and close friend Kate Moss is its shining star.
This marks the seventh time that Moss has worked with McCartney.
The 40-year-old supermodel looks stunning in the surreal ad campaign, which was shot by photographers Marcus Piggot and Mert Alas in Moss’ native London. Moss looks effortlessly chic in an oversized cozy knit and exudes strength and grace in a black and navy dress.
Christy Turlington Burns is taking over the cover of Love Magazine for its Autimn/Winter 2014 issue.
Turlington looks absolutely stunning in a corset-style rubber dress by Giles, with pale white hair and risqué stockings. She is covered in ruffles and bows, and while casually holding a small set of flowers, she creates a serious Marie-Antoinette aesthetic.
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Hermès International’s artistic director of women’s ready-to-wear, Christophe Lemaire, has departed from the French fashion house. Lemaire, who took the role of artistic director in 2010 following Jean Paul Gaultier’s departure, will show his final collection for spring/summer 2015 during Paris Fashion Week in October.
As Time Goes By….Louis Vuitton To Release New Photography Book That Visually Tracks The Company Through The Years
A new limited edition book about Louis Vuitton is coming out this fall.
Published by Rizzoli New York and expected to be released in October, “Louis Vuitton Fashion Photography” is a 352-page volume following the famous brand through advertising and editorial images dating back to the 1950s.
It’s not enough that he is the most renowned, iconic designer in the world—creating storied collections for ne plus ultra–Chanel, as well as for Fendi and for his own Karl Lagerfeld brand, a world-renowned photographer and filmmaker, aesthete, auteur and engaging raconteur, now Karl Lagerfeld has lent his name—and his haute fashion look—to Barbie.
American toy company Mattel has created a new Barbie Lagerfeld doll that will be released in limited edition this fall.
Conair is changing the blow dryer game with its latest creation – the Infiniti Pro by Conair 3Q.
The three Q’s, according to Conair, stand for quick, quality, and quiet – essentially everything we could ask for in a blow dryer!
The latest Infiniti Pro uses a brushless motor, which makes it run more efficiently. It runs at 19,000 revolutions per minute, which is currently the fastest of any retail dryer. The brushless motor also holds 5,000 hours of life, an enormous increase from the standard blow dryer, which can hold anywhere from 175 to 500 hours of life.