15 posts tagged "Adriana Lima"
Carine Roitfeld stuck to using “real people” (as opposed to models) for her guest-edited issue of Vman, due out February 14. The exception: the bonus pinup girl calendar, shot by Willy Vandeperre, featuring “supermodels and Victoria’s Secret Angels, 12 of the planet’s most celebrated creatures.” Roitfeld dressed the girls, including Joan Smalls, Miranda Kerr, Adriana Lima, and Karolina Kurkova, in an assortment of Victoria’s Secret lingerie and customized pink American Apparel jackets. Style.com has the exclusive first look at the full calendar. Here, a few of our favorite months.
Dries Van Noten’s Traveling Exhibition, Artist Behind Kate Moss Gold Sculpture Collaborates With Selfridges, Altuzarra’s Win, And More…
Starting Thursday, Dries Van Noten’s Spring 2012 collection will be on display alongside the James Reeves photos that inspired them. The exhibition will debut at the Song concept shop in Vienna and will travel to Hong Kong, Tokyo, and finally, Paris on January 25. [WWD]
Marc Quinn, the artist who made the famous gold Kate Moss sculpture, has created a collection of T-shirts, accessories, and art for Selfridges. The limited-edition collection includes temporary tattoos, more bronze sculptures, and white-gold accessories. [Hint]
Tamara Mellon, who officially announced her departure from Jimmy Choo yesterday, is reportedly set to launch her own line. WWD notes that “funding is already in place for a Tamara Mellon brand.” [WWD]
After the Telegraph wrote an article about Adriana Lima’s pre-Victoria’s Secret show extreme diet, the model reportedly says it was just a “misunderstanding.” Lima’s new message is this: “Those teenagers out there, don’t go starving yourself or only drinking liquids. Don’t do that please!” [Huff Po]
Joseph Altuzarra took the $300,000 prize at last night’s CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund awards. The runners-up, Pamela Love and Creatures of the Wind’s design duo, Shane Gabier and Christopher Peters, each won $100,000. [WWD]
The annual Victoria’s Secret runway spectacular (complete with a performance by Kanye West this year) is just around the corner on November 29. In the meantime, VS is rolling out its holiday campaign. For the TV ad, debuting this Sunday during Desperate Housewives, director Michael Bay filmed Candice Swanepoel, Doutzen Kroes, Adriana Lima, and Erin Heatherton strutting around the streets of Prague (scantily clad in the new Dream Angels collection—available in limited edition with rhinestones for the holidays—and wings, naturally). “The city of Prague was the perfect place to shoot because it had a very regal and magical feeling,” Swanepoel tells Style.com. “It’s always so nice to have all of the Angels in one city!” Here’s an exclusive sneak peak at the new ad and the collection before it hits stores November 1.
The Man Making Fashion Insiders Smile, Adriana Lima’s Talented Little Talker, Surface To Air Bursts On The New York Scene, And More…
In fashion, what is essential is visible to the eye. However, fashion’s dentist—Bernard Touati—believes the opposite is true. (Root canals, we guess, are pretty essential to take care of). T profiled the French dentist who will “see Diane von Furstenberg on Yom Kippur if the film director Danièle Thompson asks him to, and Madonna can come in in a pinch.” [T]
Supermodel Adriana Lima’s 21-month-old daughter can already speak Serbian, Portuguese, and English. However, she only speaks English to their Maltese. [Page Six]
The Paris-based “multidisciplinary creative group” Surface to Air is coming up for a breather in New York next month. Founded in 2000 by Jérémie Rozan, the consulting laboratory is set to open a store on Mercer Street in September, featuring its “cool minimalist sportswear.” In addition to the clothing line, they produce creative campaigns, music videos, gallery shows, and have a restaurant and nightclub in Brazil. [NYT]
It seems fitting that Brooklyn Industries is outfitting Hotel Williamsburg, Brooklyn’s first full-service boutique. The 64-room hotel is set to open its doors at the end of the month. Staffers will be ready and waiting to help, wearing their Industries dresses, pants, shorts, and blazers. [WWD]