August 22 2014

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2 posts tagged "Diego Maradona"

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

Footballers For Fashion, Boy Gets A Little Sister, And More…


The latest additions to Louis Vuitton’s “core values” ads—the campaign that made models of Gorbachev, Buzz Aldrin, and Keith Richards—are rumored to be footballers Diego Maradona, Pelé, and Zinédine Zidane. LV won’t comment, but if you start to hear tell of headbutts on set, you’ll know why. [WWD]

The key to Band of Outsiders’ success? L.A., says designer Scott Sternberg, which keeps him apart from the New York fashion machine. And soon to come out of that L.A. laboratory: girl., the lower-priced companion line to his womenswear collection, Boy. [WSJ]

Your morning read: Gaga explained. Well, mostly. [NY MagS

Apparently when Kate Moss demands you switch outfits with her in the loo at a party, you switch outfits with her in the loo at a party. But give Natalie Imbruglia credit for a strong spine—she demanded her dress back when Miss Moss wanted to keep it. [Digital Spy via Racked]

Photo: Brian J. Ritchie / Rex USA