August 28 2014

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Marc’s Louis Vuitton Farewell, Part 2


Sofia Coppola, Catherine Deneuve and Edie Campbell for Louis Vuitton

For those who didn’t get their fill after Marc Jacobs’ decadent, retrospective farewell show in October, the designer today presented a bonus swan song for Louis Vuitton: the Spring ’14 campaign. Lensed by Steven Meisel, the ads pay tribute to Jacobs’ Vuitton muses, including Catherine Deneuve, Sofia Coppola, Caroline de Maigret, Gisele Bündchen, Edie Campbell, and Fan Bingbing. They may have been Jacobs’ inspirations, but we have a feeling these leading ladies will stay in the Vuitton family under Nicolas Ghesquière’s reign.

Photo: Steven Meisel

Jim Morrison And Jimi Hendrix To Rock On? And More of Today’s Top Stories


For those who never had the chance to see Jim Morrison (pictured) or Jimi Hendrix perform, you may soon get your chance. The estates of the iconic musicians are both reportedly working on future holographic live performances, similar to the Tupac one that appeared at Coachella this year. [Rolling Stone]

The runners and spectators at this summer’s Olympic Games are going to be treated to designer blankets and badges, courtesy of Giles Deacon and Jeremy Deller. The fashion designer and the conceptual artist, along with eight other designer/artist duos, paired up for the British Fashion Council/Bazaar Fashion Arts Foundation’s 12-week project, and they were surprisingly the only ones to make a wearable piece—a full-body running suit and a leaf and feather headdress to match. (The blankets and badges are accompanying elements of their project.) [Telegraph]

In other Brit fashion news, J.W. Anderson and James Long have been selected as U.K. representatives and nominees for the International Woolmark Prize. The global honor, which is supported by the Australian Wool Industry, aims to celebrate emerging talent for their use of merino wool. Anderson and Long follow the lead of designers Yves Saint Laurent and Karl Lagerfeld, who received the same prize in 1954. [Vogue U.K.]

Anna Dello Russo was swarmed by paparazzi yesterday at the Salvatore Ferragamo show in Paris. However, it was not the Vogue Nippon editor that they were trying to photograph, but Chinese actress Fan Bingbing. We are happy to report that ADR made it into the Louvre, sans injury. [Page Six]




Photo: Michael Ochs Archives / Getty Images


The Best Of Cannes: Day 3


The premieres weren’t quite as bright on Day 3 at Cannes, but Harvey Weinstein made sure that things stayed interesting: The ex-Miramax mogul held a VIP event to celebrate I Don’t Know How She Does It, hosted by the comedy’s star, Sarah Jessica Parker. Parker arrived for the occasion in Spring ’11 Dolce & Gabbana, a collection that’s had a strong showing on the Riviera this season. (Uma Thurman wore a similar dress by the label to a photo call earlier this week; Carine Roitfeld wore one to the Chanel Cruise show in Antibes.) And despite over-accessorizing by perhaps a pearl necklace or two, SJP did Dolce right.

Over—as in over the top—is also the word for Fan Bingbing, the fashion-plate Chinese actress who made a big splash at the premiere of Poliss. Bingbing is rarely less than daring in her red-carpet picks, but the ruffled, baroque bustier gown she trotted out matches anything on the big screen for drama.

Your favorite? Any looks we missed? Feel free to let us know, below.

Photos: Michael Buckner / Getty Images (Parker ); Velery Hache /AFP / Getty (Bingbing)

Who Is Fan Bingbing?


In the fishbowl that is Cannes, watching the same starlets hit the carpet over and over can get a little dull. Can and could—but doesn’t, this year, thanks largely to the Chinese superstar Fan Bingbing, who consistently looks great in everything from dragon-emblazoned Chinese gowns to Parisian couture. Fan is at the festival promoting her film Chongqing Blues, which is in competition for the Palme d’Or. (Depending on whom you ask, the film—a family saga about a ship’s captain coming to terms with the death of his son—is either poignant or plodding. Some reviewers said both.) The 28-year-old actress is an enormous star in her native China, where she routinely appears on magazine covers—in the last year, she’s been on L’Officiel China, InStyle China, Cosmopolitan China, and Esquire China, only the second woman to cover the Chinese men’s mag—in films, and on TV. Her style ranges from hippie chic to full-on glamour. (At Cannes, she’s worn Elie Saab Couture, Valentino, and Laurence Hsu.) Will she follow the path of Chinese actresses like Ziyi Zhang and head west? She may already have started. Front-row watchers may remember her from Paris fashion week earlier this year, where she snagged seats of honor at Sonia Rykiel, Jean Paul Gaultier, and Louis Vuitton. Her seatmate at that last one, by the way? LV CEO Yves Carcelle. We’d say she’s going places.

Photo: Zhang Yuwei / Everett Collection