27 posts tagged "Daria Werbowy"
A few sneak peeks have been floating around the Web of late, but Karl Lagerfeld’s full Pirelli calendar was finally unveiled in Moscow last night. The calendar takes the theme of the Greek gods and goddesses, and stars Daria Werbowy (nude—again—as Artemis), KL favorite Baptiste Giabiconi as Apollo, Erin Wasson as Ajax (above right), Garrett Neff as Dionysus, Elisa Sednaoui as Flora, Iris Strubegger as Athena, and Julianne Moore as Hera (above left). [WWD]
Congrats to Stella McCartney and husband Alasdhair Willis who, as rumored, gave birth to a baby girl over the weekend: Reiley Dilys Stella Willis. [Vogue U.K.]
The first photos from Tom Ford’s ultra-hush-hush womenswear presentation during Spring 2011 New York fashion week are out. Terry Richardson—lately seen smooching the designer, Brokeback Mountain-style, on Richardson’s blog—was the only sanctioned photog at the show, and a few of his shots (including one of a glammed-out Beyoncé) have hit Harper’s Bazaar U.K. [Fashionologie]
Gilt Groupe is set to launch a new full-priced site for menswear—the first, the company hints, of a series of full-priced sites. E-tail domination, are you in Gilt’s sights? [WWD]
And Fashion’s Night Out 2011 has a date: September 8, to be exact. Mark your calendars, and plan accordingly. [Fashionista]
Paris Vogue‘s annual calendar is always a hot-ticket item—and this year, the emphasis is squarely on hot. Daria Werbowy (left) covers the new edition, which comes packaged with the Tom Ford-edited December issue of the mag, wearing little more than Louis Vuitton jewels. Anastasia Barbieri styled the calendar shoot, with Mikael Jansson behind the lens. (Curious? The full, NSFW version is after the jump.)[@VogueParisLive]
Speaking of underdressed supermodels, Kate Moss will unveil a portfolio of her favorite shots of herself at Miami’s Art Basel. Topping the list? A nude shot from a 1993 black-and-white series by Moss’ then-boyfriend, Mario Sorrenti. [Vogue U.K.]
The Alexander McQueen label is back in charge of McQ, its five-year-old contemporary line, and an expansion is in store. A new, 160-piece pre-fall collection will lead into a full Fall 2012 range to be shown in February. [WWD]
One day, every “Teenage Dream” will end. That’s why Katy Perry is wearing her trademark latex dresses while she can—”They have an expiration date and that’s why I’m wearing them now at 25,” the singer said. [NYDN]
And Twitter will be a few celebrities down on Wednesday. Lady Gaga, along with Justin Timberlake, Usher, and more, are signing off the social networking site for the good of Alicia Keys’ Keep a Child Alive AIDS charity. They’ll return only when $1 million has been pledged, so get busy, Little Monsters. [EW via Teen Vogue]
Every season, Stefano Pilati extends the YSL vision by sending it out farther than the end of the runway. With his Manifesto, the Saint Laurent look gets all the way to the street. Starting this Tuesday, September 14, the Manifesto—an extended lookbook starring Daria Werbowy packaged in a Pilati-designed bag (below)—hits the streets of New York, where they’ll be distributed to 2,000 passersby. (Following that, they’ll hit Paris, London, Milan, Tokyo, Hong Kong, and for the first time, Beirut, on September 18.) Inez and Vinoodh shot both the lookbook and the accompanying teaser video, debuting exclusively on Style.com. If you’ve ever wanted to watch Daria slowly descend some stairs (and, hey, who hasn’t?), today’s your lucky day. The short has a hypnotic, trippy elegance—think Last Year in Marienbad with faster costume changes.
If you haven’t been living down under, you may not recognize the name Oroton, the Aussie label that’s been going strong since 1938. But that may change soon, thanks to a very recognizable face: Daria Werbowy. The brand has signed Daria to front its Spring ’10 campaign, inspired by the jet-setting, boho lifestyle—a.k.a. the “gypset.” Personally, we’d say the glamorous Werbowy’s more jet than gyp, but we imagine the super’s diehard fans will be too smitten with her new shots to care.
Stay far, far away: The Soho Hollister store is infested with bedbugs. The store is closed while the label attempts to de-louse (or, we guess, de-bedbug-ify). [Huffington Post]
The reign of the supes continues: Inez and Vinoodh shot Daria Werbowy for YSL’s Fall ’10 campaign. [Fashionologie]
It’s been speculated about for months, but Naomi Campbell (and, for the record, Mia Farrow) will be called to testify at the war crimes trial of Liberia’s Charles Taylor, who allegedly gave Campbell a large diamond. [WSJ]
The latest It bag—the mochila, the traditional satchel created by the Wayuu tribeswomen of Colombia and Venezuela? They’re coming to Barneys, they’ve already sold out of J.Crew, and Proenza Schouler’s doing PS1′s in mochila fabrics for pre-fall. So, in a word—yes. [NYT]
And this, apparently, is Carine Roitfeld’s home. Now you know. [Oak via Racked]