Wednesday, June 29, 2011
In what could best be described as a rehashing of new wave style, Jac Jagaciak and Zombie Boy (Rick Genest) raise their voices with fellow protesters for a call to action for clean energy in Fashion Poland’s summer issue. Lensed by Zuza Krajewska and Bartek Wieczorek, stylist Andrzej Sobolewsi’s wardrobe is both colorful and irreverently cool in these dynamic images./ Also featuring models Maddie, & Emilia Nawarecka
– The July edition of Amica highlights Roberto Cavalli’s fall collection with Christopher Morris’ moody and enchanting images. Featuring Carmen Jalving and styled by fashion editor Michele Ciavarella, Cavalli’s nomadic silhouettes shine in a Cannes, France setting.
Sources at Conde have confirmed that Moss will indeed cover September, accompanying a Testino-shot story that focuses on her July nuptials (for which Testino is the official photographer). Currently, the details about Moss’s upcoming wedding to Jamie Hince are being kept top secret, but it’s unlikely we’ll have to wait until September to hear anything about it (like who’s designing the dress??). Also, this is at least Moss’ fourth Vogue cover this year–she already covered the Brazilian, Japanese and French editions of the mag and is apparently rumored to be covering next month’s British Vogue. Since 1993, she’s covered American Vogue eight times, most recently 2008′s August “age issue.”
Monday, June 27, 2011
In celebration of the British accessories brand’s 40th year, the label teamed up with artist Josh Gurrie to create an animated film that illustrates its history, from the story of founder Roger Saul to collaborations with Alexa Chung,Emma Hill, Giles Deacon, Stuart Vevers….
écrit par Sam @ 9:42 AM