7 posts tagged "Bar Refaeli"
In the past, Gap has roped in top models ranging from Bar Refaeli to Caroline Trentini to Karmen Pedaru to Liu Wen to front its ad campaigns. But for Fall, the retailer took a different route, this time opting for a cast of up-and-coming musicians and dancers to be the faces of its “Shine” campaign.
In the images, the group, including Seth and Scott Avett from the Avett Brothers, San Francisco Ballet star Yuan Yuan Tan, and dancer Lil Buck (who just completed a project with Natalie Portman’s husband, Benjamin Millepied), sports the label’s Icon Redefined collection—read: updated Gap classics. “In the late eighties and early nineties, Gap is what all the cool girls were wearing,” singer-songwriter Nicki Bluhm, who is also in the campaign, told Style.com last night at an editor preview in New York. “Obviously, they still are.” Of the shoot, the modeling rookie added, “I’ve never modeled before and Yuan Yuan had her shoot just before mine. She was unbelievable, doing these insane high kicks and leaps across the room, and I thought, ‘Oh my God, what am I going to do that compares to this?’ ” Apparently, the jeans have a lot of stretch to them, but we don’t suggest trying Tan’s tricks at home. Here, get a first look at Tan and Bluhm in the newly unveiled shots.
AmfAR Inspiration Gala Honorees Announced, Calvin Klein Debuts Its Macy’s Capsule Collection, And More…
At the upcoming New York amfAR Inspiration Gala on June 7, Robert Duffy, Marc Jacobs International, and Fergie will all be honored. WWD reports that the event will also include “an Olympic-themed men’s runway show.” [WWD]
Calvin Klein has just announced the limited-edition release of a capsule collection by Francisco Costa for Macy’s. The Francisco Costa for Calvin Klein selection of dresses will be unveiled May 15 as part of the retailer’s A Magical Journey to Brasil campaign. [Calvin Klein]
Since leaving his namesake label, Simon Spurr has not discussed his plans for the future. However, the designer recently told British Vogue, “[I'm] looking forward with great hope and excitement toward my future within the industry as a men’s fashion designer.” As for his CFDA Award nomination this year, he said, “If they don’t vote for me this year, they’re not going to next year. It’s now or never.” [Vogue U.K.]
To show off her new line of intimates (not to mention her taut body), Bar Refaeli hit the tennis courts with her racquet in hand for a short film. In the video, Refaeli runs around in just a bra and underwear. [Telegraph]
Naomi Campbell’s Cannes Do, A New Set Of Lenses For Terry Richardson, The Latest Blake Rumor, And More…
Supers and celebrities hit the catwalk at Naomi Campbell’s annual Fashion for Relief charity fashion show in Cannes, which raised money for the Japanese Red Cross. [Racked]
Thanks to Moscot, you can now come even closer to the Terry Richardson look: The storied opticians are now offering a Terry frame, inspired by the lensman’s trademark style. B.Y.O. flannel and ubiquitous thumbs-up. [Refinery29]
Jean Paul Gaultier is keeping busy. The designer has signed up to guest-edit both an issue of the French daily Libération and the weekly Gala, plus interviews Lady Gaga for an upcoming documentary on her life for French TV. Here’s hoping he ekes out a little time to, y’know, design. [WWD]
And unsubstantiated but still compelling: Is Leonardo DiCaprio rebounding from his breakup with Bar Refaeli with…Blake Lively? [Page Six]
Jil Sander’s new color for fall: Navy. The label has announced that it will unveil a new, lower-priced line, called Navy after the color of its hangtag. Creative director Raf Simons will design the collection, which will be available in JS stores and select retailers. [WWD]
In case you missed it last week (as, we confess, we did): Take a tour through the Alabama digs of artist Butch Anthony—a.k.a. the significant other of Alabama Chanin’s Natalie Chanin. Chanin’s homespun aesthetic has clearly rubbed off on her paramour (who, by the way, wears one of her shirts in the epic, wish-we-lived-there house-tour slideshow). [NYT]
The bloom is off the, um, Moss. Paris’ Musée des Arts Décoratifs has canceled its planned show celebrating Kate Moss, citing “the current economic situation.”
And here’s the editorial we’ve all been waiting for: Terry Richardson shoots the self-professed guidos of Jersey Shore for Interview (pictured). The spread co-stars Bar Refaeli and an enormous Italian hero. Of course. [Interview]
See NY the SY way: Kim Gordon likes Acne, Prune restaurant, and the gallery that shows her work. [R29]