Alex White styles W's January editorial, Beyond Blue, dressing model Constance Jablonski in shredded, shrunken, and bright-colored denim. Although Diesel, True Religion, D&G, and J Brand jeans make an appearance, the studio sitting is heavy on Louis Vuitton's spring 2010 collection. It's hard to miss Marc's tasseled clogs and booties, oversized ombre messenger bags, silk brocade biker shorts, and logo-coverd denim blazer. More images in the gallery below. Full article at W magazine.
Posts for December 23rd 2009
Year in review: 2009's leading women—Lara Stone.
British Vogue's best dressed list of 2009 includes Alexa Chung, Audrey Tautou, Emma Watson, Sarah Jessica Parker, Lily Donaldson, Leighton Meester, Michelle Obama, Georgia May Jagger, Olivia Palermo, and Diane Kruger.
Stella McCartney and Chrissie Hynde collaborate on a commercial for Nude fragrance. Watch outtakes from the voice over session here.
Nick Knight shot an ad for Mercedes-Benz and enlisted Gareth Pugh to design armor-like leggings, a corset, and a shoulder piece in black patent leather for model Julia Stengner. The campaign will be all over New York in February during Fashion week.
Over thirty designers—including Bruno Pieters, Slow and Steady Wins the Race, and Andrea Crews—reinterpret the classic white tee shirt for charity.
Karl Lagerfeld, Charlotte Casiraghi, and Anna Mouglalis attend the Chanel-sponsored Centenary Gala of the Russian Ballet in Monaco.
Lady Gaga will star in Bravo's Launch My Line on January 6.
Lily Cole on acting with Heath Ledger, Johnny Depp, and Colin Farrell and the future of her modeling career.
Catch up with Brian Wolk and Claude Morais of Ruffian in a video about their spring collection.
Uniqlo previewed the second +J collection from Jil Sander yesterday in Tokyo, and the 120-piece lineup will go on sale today across Japan and other Asian countries. Much of the new designs were made of tech-satin blend and differ from Sander's first collection in the use of color—namely pale shades of blue, lilac, olive and ivory.
The new styles include a shiny stand collar women's coat ($165), basic blazers ($45), and classic menswear shirts ($108). The collection hits U.S. stores next March.