July 22 2014

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19 posts tagged "Annie Leibovitz"

ZZ For LV, KK For DK, Another Project Comes To An End, And More…


It wasn’t a great night for traditional fashion books, but there were some stylish wins at the National Magazine Awards last night. New York took home four Ellies, The New Yorker and National Geographic three each, and GQ took home the award for General Excellence in the 500,000-to-1 million circulation category. [WWD]

The latest Louis Vuitton “Icons” campaign has leaked, starring footballers Zidane, Pelé, and Maradona enjoying some foosball in their downtime. Annie Leibovitz shot the campaign in Madrid. And, oh yeah, there are some pieces of LV luggage (Zidane’s monogrammed with his ZZ) lurking in the background. [Racked]

Speaking of models, Karlie Kloss and Anna Jagodzinska are the faces of Donna Karan for Fall 2010. Patrick Demarchelier shot them in New York for the label’s 25th anniversary campaign. [Fashionologie]

And another designer made it work. Seth Aaron Henderson was named the winner of the seventh season of Project Runway last night. [NYDN]

Photo: Annie Leibovitz for Louis Vuitton

The Gaultier-Chris Brown Mash-up; Annie and Demi in Front of the Cameras; And More…


Chris Brown and Jean Paul Gaultier at JPG’s Fall menswear show. This picture is probably worth more than a thousand words. [NY Mag]

Louis Vuitton’s “Icons” campaign soldiers on, and the latest star is one who usually finds herself behind the camera: Annie Leibovitz. Apparently, she used her fee to hire another celeb to co-star with her, Mikhail Baryshnikov. No offense, Annie, but do you maybe have a better use for that check? [WWD]

The ladies at Jezebel line up Demi Moore’s Photoshopped fragrance ad with one of hubby Ashton’s twitpics to come to the following conclusion: Demi’s gorgeous; Photoshop’s bad. We’d say stop the presses but, y’know, we don’t have any. [Jezebel]

And shoppers, to your marks: Jonathan Saunders for Topshop hits the chain’s Soho store today. [Nitrolicious]

Photo: Eric Ryan / Getty Images

Bartlett For Her, Zac For Cheap, Bar For The Service?, And More…


After several years concentrating on the men’s market, John Bartlett will once again design womenswear, putting a few women’s looks into his men’s show in New York next month. (A few sketches are pictured, left.) The looks will be inspired by “strong women,” including, in particular, Russian Constructivist artists Lyubov Popova and Varvara Stepanova. Smart move, John: design for where the money is. [WWD]

First images of Zac Posen’s line for Target have hit the Web. What to expect? Flirty dresses, two maillots, one office-ready suit, and madcap rioting at your local Target store come April 25 to get to ‘em. [Fashionista]

Annie Leibovitz has settled the suit brought against her by an Italian photographer who claimed that the beleaguered lenswoman passed off his work as her own. She’s still got 99 problems, of course, but an Italian litigant ain’t one. [Page Six]

In international relations, an Israeli general is claiming that Bar Refaeli shirked her requisite army service. In Refaeli’s defense, we imagine all of her swimsuit and Victoria’s Secret shots have amply and patriotically served the men of the Israeli army for years. [NY Post]

The Best Job Ever, and More…


Finally, a bit of insight into Chanel’s beauty ambassadors: “I test out product before it hits stores, and give my opinion and what I love about it,” Chanel It girl Leigh Lezark revealed. Remind us again where applications for this gig are? [WWD]

Romance rumor mill: Kate Hudson and A-Rod call it quits. And we were so looking forward to Rodriguez and Keith Urban getting to know each other at all those Nine premieres. [Page Six]

Courtney Love lost custody of Frances Bean. Does that mean Bean’s new West Village crash pad is up for grabs? What, too soon? [TMZ]

Gisele and Tom are living with a nameless baby. According to Dad, the supermodel changed her mind at the last minute, and now the two of them are never together long enough to pick something out. That’s what we call priorities. [People]

Pictures of Olsenboye, the Olsen twins’ tween line for JCPenney, have materialized. [Nylon]

Re-tweet: Victoria Beckham and Marc Jacobs might be working on a fur line. [Grazia Daily]

First bankruptcy, now Britney Spears? Annie Leibovitz averted Chapter 11, but she hasn’t been so lucky with regards to the pop star. The photog shot Spears for an upcoming Candies ad campaign. [WWD]


Tom Ford Womenswear, Dolce Preview, And More…


He’s a designer. He’s retired. He’s a designer. He’s a filmmaker. He’s a designer?! Tom Ford is the subject of the week’s best rumor, which claims that he’s returning to womenswear, possibly with the help of Alessandra Facchinetti. [Grazia Daily]

Would you like a Dolce & Gabbana sneak peak? Yes, we thought so. Click to watch behind-the-scenes videos of their preparations for this weekend’s runway show. You can grazie us later. [Dolce & Gabbana]

Annie Leibovitz and Damien Hirst each got to request one limited-edition item to be made by the Louis Vuitton craftsmen. Leibovitz, ever practical (cough), designed a backpack for all her photo equipment. Hirst dreamed up a tall trunk to hold myriad surgical supplies. Can we use it for socks? [WWD]

The ultimate fashion extrovert, Zac Posen, is set to explore the interior side of things. He’s been tapped to create “fixtures, trims, and furnishings” of a new Flatiron District hotel. Look for chairs cut on the bias. [Page Six]

France’s proposed law requiring all retouched photos to be labeled accordingly is meeting with some hostility in the fashion community, mostly from people who just don’t have that je ne sais quoi. [WWD]

Photo: Vittorio Zunino Celotto/Getty Images