After Kate Moss Rita Ora is the next celebrity to present her campaign for Rimmel London. She also created a collection for the brand but unlike Moss who preferred natural shades, she painted Rimmel in wonderful bright colors. “It was so much fun working with Rimmel,” she said. “I guess we’re inspired by many of the same things – fashion, colour, sounds, style, life in general and London in particular. I hope Rimmel girls everywhere will love these colours as much as I do!“
She is wearing bold red lipstick and blue eyeshadow on campaign images, while the collection includes 60 second nail polishes in 12 vivid shades and Lasting Finish Colour Rush Balm.
Alexander McQueen spring/summer 2014 ad campaign is inspired by cult British film Peeping Tom featuring Kate Moss. This is the first time 40-year-old model stars in brand’s campaign. She also appears in the short video clip filmed in East London.
The campaign is inspired by female warriors and it looks futuristic, avant-garde and very colorful. Moss’s hair is dyed in electric yellow and she is holding a replica doll dressed in miniature McQueen clothes.
Images were captured by Steven Klein who also photographed two other major campaigns for the forthcoming season – the one for Balenciaga with Daria Werbowy and for Alexander Wang shot in ladies toilet featuring Anna Ewers.
It looks like 16-year-old Lottie Moss is following the footsteps of her half-sister Kate. She recently signed for Storm modeling agency and already has her first fashion editorial in February issue of Dazed & Confused. It is called “From Lottie with Love”.
Images were taken on the streets of London and Lottie is wearing clothes and accessories by Miu Miu, Prada, Maison Martin Margiela, Zadig and Voltaire, Saint Laurent, Topshop Unique and Dolce & Gabbana. “We wanted the shoot to have an easy London feel. We were thinking of a young Jean Shrimpton, Marianne Faithfull or Plum Sykes”, said Sean and Seng who photographed this editorial.
Beautiful dreamy images are followed by Lottie’s short interview in the form of Dazed’s Pop Quiz and said that her favorite piece from the shoot was Prada bejeweled coat from spring/summer 2014 collection.
Images: Dazed Digital
Cara Delevingne was definitely one of the most important faces of 2013, wanted on virtually every ad campaign and every catwalk, including the famous Victoria’s Secret annual show. She was on the cover of many top magazines this year including W, Interview, iD, Vogue Australia, Vogue Portugal, Vogue Japan and Vogue Korea, and she is kicking off 2014 with a cover of both Vogue UK and Numero Tokyo. She is the cover girl of Vogue UK for the second time in the period of 10 months, looking more mature and wearing Saint Laurent faux leather trousers, the chiffon blouse and the wool jacket. Pictures were taken by Alasdair McLellan and styled by Kate Phelan.
After she was crowned Model of the Year at British Fashion Awards in 2012, she quickly became one of the most wanted girls for fashion shows and campaigns around the world. 2013 was definitely her lucky year, and it looks like next one will be too, as she already has many contracts, two January covers and a big role in Michael Winterbottom’s forthcoming film.
It seems that she has it all: great looks, fun and witty personality and incredible power of transformation. Brits often call her “the next Kate Moss” and “pure Chelsea posh” because of her great success in modelling and her aristocratic family background. As we are approaching the end of 2013, it is a great opportunity to look back at some of the best Cara Delevingne’s magazine covers:
Images: Vogue UK, Numero Tokyo, iD Magazine, Vogue Australia, Vogue Japan, W Magazine, Vogue Korea, Vogue US, Vogue Portugal, Interview Magazine, Rush Magazine, Love Magazine
Kate Moss is the cover girl of Playboy’s January/February 2014 issue, and the very first pictures from 18-page editorial by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott finally made it to the public, along with the cover photo everyone was eager to see. Even though Kate will turn 40 in January, she is chosen to be the face of Playboy’s 60th anniversary issue. She is looking hot on the cover photo, wearing retro bunny ears, black stilettos and a satin body with a white round tail.
In her Playboy interview, Kate answered the question who would she marry, f*ck and kill with “Marc Jacobs, Naomi Campbell and Piers Morgan” and told a story about a man who tried to take a photo of her “taking a piss” in a men’s bathroom.
Limited edition of the issue with an exclusive photo of Kate Moss is already available at Marc Jacobs, and there is also a T-shirt with this Playboy cover.
Images: Courtesy Mert Atlas and Marcus Piggott for Playboy; taken from http://www.mirror.co.uk
New La Perla campaign for spring/summer collection named ‘Portraits of a Lady’ features Cara Delevingne, Liu Wen and Maglosia Bela. The three beauties represent La Perla’s diverse clientele: while Maglosia represents grown-up femininity, Cara is the epitome of youthfulness and Liu’s ‘zen’ calmness and elegance corresponds to Asian customers.
Images were captured by Mert Atlas and Marcus Piggott, who also photographed Kate Moss for December issue of Playboy magazine and are standing behind the much talked about Versace campaign with Lady Gaga. Shooting was art directed by Fabien Baron and styled by Ludivine Poiblanc, while makeup was done by Charlotte Tilbury.
Cara Delevingne appears in the campaign twice and wears both black lace lingerie set and white swimsuit, Liu Wen is dressed in a transparent black body with fine embellishments and Maglosia Bela is photographed in ‘Heritage’ corset.
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“Glossiped’ – Stella McCartney’s AB FAB and Betsey Johnson’s PINK Christmas 2011″
by ModXchange Fashion Worldwide
30 November 2011
LONDON, United Kingdom; NEW YORK, New York — | Tis’ The Season to Be Jolly, or at the very least, host a fabulous party. To the exact, what’s sleigh-ride high on the who’s f a s h i o n who list is on the frontline this season.
Palm Court at The Plaza Hotel debuted with tea party Monday and “Edina Monsoon” flit her way to Bruton Street last night. The deetalicious is par for the season: Christmas scent is in the air… designers B e t s e y J o h n s o n and S t e l l a M c C a r t n e y imbued with Holiday spirit replete. We knew something sweet was amiss – ModXchange was slightly miffed at beauty, designer Alexa Chung’s hasty Thank You, and hastier prestidigitation off mic to the backstage at Monday’s B r i t i s h F a s h i o n A w a r d s .
Cue to Tuesday night and but guess who’s in attendance at a breezy Christmasy LightingPparty, Ms. Alexa C., along with Mariella Frostrup, Barbara Daley, S i r P a u l M c C a r t n e y , Bob Geldof and Kate Moss.
And Kate? ModXchange enjoyed the model’s appearance at the BFAs in tandem. Lo and major heels to the behold, Mrs. Kate – “H” to the “ello” with Jennifer Saunders, the smart comedienne of Absolutely Fabulous kicking it up in character as Edina Monsoon. “What is Christmas, but a party you have to host,” Saunders piqued amidst song and Christmas lights at Stella McCartney’s flagship, regalia and all.
Wrapped on three fresh new episodes of the iconic comedy series, Saunders bloomed into rendition of “Oh Holy Night” with none other than Sir Paul. Designer Christian Lacroix was Monsoon’s favourite in skits of the AbFab series, but Saunders adores her Stella McCartney originals. Ex-Spice girl Emma Burton, in queue, looked positively gor-geous.
“I also hear she has particularly good taste in her new choice of clothes on the show,” the designer cooed, teasing up Monsoon’s ‘McCartney affections.’
“Jennifer’s a very talented and iconic woman — and the show has made its way into British history,” Stella McCartney repped. “And it’s just bloody funny.”
AbFab continues its trek into history making, but outlandishly fun Betsey Johnson – she partied the night Monday with a luscious soirée in her honour. Christmas tree lighting and tea were of the order, but Johnson was the irreverent babe, echoing shades of children’s fave Eloise. The designer has fashioned an upstairs suite in tradition of the literary character. “Man, I was too middle class and poor to ever enjoy Eloise,” the artist-designer opined. “The whole idea of Eloise was just waaaaay too uptown for me.”
Not now; the designer charismatically traipsed through the suite as it could have been her second home.
“Oh, the relationship we have with The Plaza…it’s relationship heaven,” Johnson said changing hair into a high-up ponytail.
“I love when I do cornball silly things, you know, but I love it more when I have to go through huge corporate structures and they have to take a gamble on me.”
Nearing her next birthday, the designer was all bubble, serious fun.
“I don’t think anybody at The Plaza hotel is going to miss a napkin,” she beamed, pink, the colour of the night’s ardor.
A chocolate peppermint bark piece, gingerbread man, and a pumpkin tart she swathed securely, the peppermint liberated from an étagère into a goody bag.
“Oh, and take a candy cane, for Christ’s sake,” Johnson said. A fuchsia-tinted candy piece befitting Willy Wonka was beheld, her intimate repartee with fans of her clothing line.
“Now I’m hoping that they’ll do my last — not last —” the designer said.
A tree, a decoupage with pink tulle, clad in Eloise ornamentation with a nanny, dogs, turtles, splashed with Johnson’s signature: spangles and glitter in show.
“My last public Super Bowl of birthdays, which will be my 70th birthday next August. I want them to throw me a party in this magnificent ballroom they have back there.”
Granddaughter Ella seemed keen for something more.
Dressed in dainty and pink afternoon-tea garb, the 3-year-old impatiently lost a shoe…
“This is my Eloise,” Betsey Johnson welcoming the girl, all ready to glimpse Santa.
“He goes home at 7 p.m. He has to go back to the North Pole, make some more toys,” Johnson beamed effortlessly.
Little Ella remained graciously unconvinced. “But did he go already?”
“He went already; He’ll be back in the morning.” Johnson said.
“We stayed here this weekend, me and my granddaughters, and boy, they have no idea how to behave in The Plaza hotel,” Johnson herself was joie de vivere.
“But isn’t that Eloise-worthy, if one thinks about it? The designer smiled.