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April 25 2014

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“G” Is For Gallo, Liza By Terry (No, Really), Dennis Hopper’s Vans Roll Out, And More…

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Actor Vincent Gallo is the new G-Star. The indie film star has been tapped by the line as the face of their Fall ’11 menswear campaigns, along with British actress Gemma Arterton, who was also in the Spring campaign. [WWD]

Actor and artist Dennis Hopper died in May 2010, but this month, his collaboration with Vans that started roughly 18 months ago finally hits Urban Outfitters stores. The ten-piece collection of boots, jackets, and graphic T-shirts featuring some of his photographs was completed by his daughter and the Hopper Foundation. [WWD]

We’ve already seen the multiple new covers of the latest issue of Love, featuring young, new faces like Elle Fanning and Hailee Steinfeld. But the latest shoot to hit the Web features a star of slightly more vintage stock: Liza Minnelli, shot in black leather and fur by Terry Richardson. [Vogue.U.K.]

Julianne Moore reprises a recent role: the face of Talbots. The redheaded actress will be the star of the retailer’s Fall ’11 campaign, having first appeared in the label’s campaign for Spring ’10. [Racked]

getting animated with tod’s

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When Tod’s screens Pashmy Dream, the short film directed by Diego Della Valle pal Dennis Hopper and featuring the campaign star, Gwyneth Paltrow, at a dinner in Milan tonight, the crowd will be strictly friends-of-the-brand. But come tomorrow, the six-minute movie will be available for download on the brand’s Web site along with, among other things, the installation by art director Felice Limosani that greeted editors and retailers at the label’s presentation. The first part of Horsing Around looks like a movie itself, but it’s actually an animation of many hundreds of drawings, 24 per second to be precise. Why animate a horse? Tod’s Claudio Castiglione explained, “First, there are the saddlery details in the new collection; then there’s the fact that the drawings are all handmade, like our products; finally, it’s a reflection of how modern the brand is. We could’ve photographed a horse, but instead we used technology to animate it.” Got that? In other news, the company has added sterling silver and leather jewelry to its lineup.

Photo: Courtesy of Tod’s