32 posts tagged "Cara Delevingne"
What is the meaning of collaboration? Ian Schrager and Marriott are experts at it by now, as their partnership has led to one of the coolest hotel propositions around, the Edition. The London outpost is set to open its doors tomorrow, with a highly anticipated launch party hosted by Stefano Tonchi, Edward Enninful, and Cara Delevingne, to be held on Saturday night. To capture the essence of collaboration, Edition along with Nowness have shot a collection of five films by Johnnie Shand Kydd. The third film in the series, Distinction, goes live on Thursday, September 12—but we got a sneak peek.
Distinction features two of the greatest fashion collaborators around: Lady Amanda Harlech, who has spun her magic with Karl Lagerfeld over the decades, and J.W. Anderson’s Jonathan Anderson, who, with his sold-out Topshop line, knows a thing or two about teamwork. Listen to their thoughts here in the trailer’s exclusive debut, above.
Karl Lagerfeld has scarcely found a subject or a medium that hasn’t induced him to a collaboration, capsule collection, or self-published tome. Maybe it was only a matter of time before he turned his attention to horror films. His new campaign film for Fendi, Invito Pericoloso (that is to say, “A Dangerous Invitation”) stars Lagerfeld favorites Cara Delevingne and Saskia de Brauw as guests-to-be at a chilling dinner party, and Lady Amanda Harlech as their hostess/captor. Cue the creepy music! The film debuts exclusively here on Style.com, and arrives tomorrow at Fendi.com.
Move over, Cara. Fashion just got another set of supermodel pipes. Gisele Bündchen lends her voice to H&M’s fall campaign, covering The Kinks’ “All Day and All of the Night.” The Telegraph reports that for every track purchased on iTunes, H&M will make a donation to UNICEF. It’s nice to see the world’s highest-paid supermodel supporting a cause. Touchdown, Mrs. Brady.
Today, we learned that fashion’s favorite facial contortionist, Cara Delevingne, has lent her singing skills to a duet with her musician friend Will Heard. Unlike her solo debut, which served as the background track for Katie Grand’s Hogan video teaser, here Delevingne shows off her vocal chops in front of the lens. Maybe an encore with new pal RiRi isn’t too far in the future?
The baseball cap: It’s the sartorial hallmark of America’s pastime. And while MLB’s current doping scandal may have muddied the sport it represents, the hat itself is going strong, popping up everywhere from the showroom to the stage.
Earlier this summer, Cara Delevingne, long a champion of the casual cap, wore a zigzagged snapback to Glastonbury. Just this past weekend, both Sky Ferreira and Angel Haze donned baseball hats at Lollapalooza, the latter looking particularly on point with her J.W. Anderson Spring ’14 menswear top and brash Versace medallion.
As is often the case with It girls and their wardrobes, parallels appeared on the runway. For Resort 2014, DKNY showed a black-and-white version of the accessory with a gold lamé bomber. Max Mara, too, employed the topper, pairing it with a vivid chevron top and pink cropped pants.