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July 23 2014

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2 posts tagged "Albert Watson"

Kate And Pippa The Action Figures, Arielle Dombasle To Perform At Loulou de la Falaise’s Funeral, Juergen Teller’s New Book, And More…

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The U.S. toy company Hero Builders has turned Kate and Pippa Middleton into action figures. Both the dolls are supposedly wearing their dresses from the royal wedding, but let’s just say the toy company didn’t do any justice to the girls, or Sarah Burton’s craftsmanship. [Huff Po]

Actress Arielle Dombasle has been announced as part of the lineup for Loulou de la Falaise’s funeral today. Dombasle will sing and French Culture Minister Frédéric Mitterrand and Pierre Bergé are both reportedly speaking. [WWD]

For his new book, Get a Life, Juergen Teller convinced Pamela Anderson to run around looking disheveled while he photographed her. The untouched Anderson photos are unpublished images from Juergen’s Spring 2010 Vivienne Westwood campaign. [Hint]

An Albert Watson photo of Kate Moss at 19 years old is set to be auctioned off alongside shots of Brigitte Bardot by Terry O’Neill and a Corinne Day portrait of Moss. Watson’s Moss photo depicts the supermodel naked on a rooftop in Marrakech. [Vogue U.K.]

introducing the scottish fashion council

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Given the Scottish National party’s recent success it should perhaps come as no great surprise that Scottish fashion is declaring its independence from London. Just in time for fashion week in the U.K. capital, where Scots (like Glasgow’s Christopher Kane, left) are some of the most buzzed-about designers on the roster, Tessa Hartmann of the TFF Agency is announcing the launch of the Scottish Fashion Council, which will operate independently of the British Fashion Council. Founding members include Kirsty Hume, Graeme Black, and Albert Watson, and plans include mentoring programs, fund-raisers, and opportunities for fashion students to meet with industry professionals. The goal, Hartmann says, is to offer “Scottish-based designers and fashion talent opportunities that are normally afforded to those who are London based. If we can sustain our own parliament, we can most certainly sustain our own Scottish Fashion Council.”

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