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August 22 2014

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3 posts tagged "fall 2014"

EXCLUSIVE: Here’s Your Video Invite to Givenchy’s Fall Rave

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Riccardo Tisci hosted a private party in a London hotel suite and only a few people made the guest list, including models Mariacarlo Boscono, Julia Nobis, Jamie Bochert, and Kendall Jenner. (Oh, and never one to miss a party, Peter Brant Jr. made the cut as well.) Party dress code: Givenchy Fall 2014 only. Tisci enlisted photography duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott to capture the models sporting his latest looks, including sheer, pleated skirts; softly printed dresses; and pussy-bow blouses. The resulting images make up the buzzy Givenchy Fall 2014 ad campaign. In case you weren’t invited to Tisci’s rave, we’ve got the video to watch right now. Here, the film makes its world premiere exclusively on Style.com.

Video: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Gisele Bündchen Named the New Face of Stuart Weitzman

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If anyone can fill the shoes of Kate Moss—literally and figuratively—it’s Gisele Bündchen, who has replaced the Brit supermodel as the new face (and feet) of Stuart Weitzman. Also known as the wealthiest model in history, Bündchen appears in the Mario Testino-lensed Fall ’14 campaign wearing white jeans, spiky ankle boots, and nothing else. In addition to her international appeal, perfect bronzed skin, and million-dollar physique, Bündchen’s versatility made her a natural choice for Weitzman.

The advertising campaign will appear in the U.S., Italy, France, England, Dubai, Germany, Spain, and Asia. Fans can watch a behind-the-scenes video on stuartweitzman.com.

Photo: Mario Testino/ Stuart Weitzman

Editors’ Picks: Style.com Favorites From the Fall 2014 Accessories Index

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It’s hard to choose just one, but after careful deliberation and many long, sleepless nights clicking through the incredible Fall 2014 Accessories Index, Style.com’s editorial team has made their selections for the items they won’t be able to live without. (FULL DISCLOSURE: It’s actually impossible to settle on just one, so some editors were forced to pick randomly from their list of faves.) Here now is the official list of Editors’ Picks (for today, anyway).

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Kristin Anderson, Assistant Editor of Special Projects
Christopher Kane bag
“I’m a big believer in Occam’s razor where wardrobe matters are concerned: The simplest (chicest) solution is the best.”

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Brittany Adams, Associate Fashion Editor
Anya Hindmarch Ebury bag

“Like the catchy Pharrell song I can’t get out of my head, this grown-up Anya Hindmarch satchel with a playful twist will remind me to keep smiling. I’ll justify the price tag by considering it a long-term investment in my happiness.”

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Amber Kallor, Senior Beauty Editor
Dries Van Noten shoes
“For the days I need to put myself up in the big-girl shoes, these silver stunners from Dries Van Noten would do the job. I fell in love backstage in Paris and have experienced separation anxiety ever since.”

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Nicole Phelps, Executive Editor
Narciso Rodriguez heels
“I’ve mostly written off heels as high as these—they’re a hard look to pull off at kindergarten drop-off. But for Narciso Rodriguez, I’d make an exception.”

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Jessica Teves, Site Director
Saint Laurent hat
“In my head, I’m the global ambassador for the color camel (insert crazy-lady reference here), so this wide-brimmed, felt fedora feels absolutely necessary and in total keeping with my neutral-hued-color mantra. Must. Have. Now.”

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Maya Singer, Contributing Special Projects Editor
Repossi black squiggle ring
“My fingers are drowning in rings. But you know what I don’t have? This cool black squiggly one from Repossi that I (and a lot of other editors) have been eyeing since Paris. Guess I just need another finger.”

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Marina Larroudé, Market Director
Saint Laurent earrings
“My jewelry choice of the season is earrings. You can’t have too many, but you should wear just one, à la Céline.”