26 posts tagged "Georgia May Jagger"
Karl, Cara, Silvia, Georgia May—the gang’s all here for Inside the Mothership, a new fifteen-minute documentary that takes viewers behind the scenes of Fendi’s Spring ’14 collection. The house granted director and fashion film vet Loïc Prigent unfettered access to its castings and fittings, as well as Lagerfeld, whose tenure at Fendi began in 1965. “For me, it’s not a challenge but a great honor to work with Karl,” offered Fendi CEO Pietro Beccari when asked about Lagerfeld’s notorious perfectionism. “He created the DNA of the company, basically. The challenge is that he’s never happy. He could change [the collection] until two hours before the show, one look or even one complete story, because he wants to be one hundred percent happy. Nine-eight is not enough.” But the film’s bottom line is a heritage of dynamism. “The creative process is one where we throw ideas on the table. We never say no at the beginning, and we try hard to make it happen, and therefore we go beyond—to find new ways, new techniques, new looks, daring combinations, and daring innovations,” Beccari told Style.com. “That makes Fendi very special. And that has always been like that from the very beginning.” Ahead of the full-length film’s February 5 release on Fendi.com, a three-minute trailer debuts here, exclusively on Style.com.
If the Fall ’13 campaigns and Spring ’14 runways have left you craving more surprise appearances from nineties supers (Christy Turlington starred in Fall ads for Calvin Klein Underwear, Jason Wu, and Prada; Naomi Campbell strutted her stuff down DVF’s Spring runway; Kate Moss was printed across Giles Deacon’s Spring dresses, etc.), look no further than Katie Grand’s latest Hogan short for your next fix. To showcase her Spring ’14 collaboration with the label (the third installment of the ongoing series), Grand asked Dan Jackson to direct a film featuring Linda Evangelista and Stephanie Seymour, as well as Joan Smalls, Sam Rollinson, Edie Campbell, Georgia May Jagger, Liu Wen, and more, dancing about in the new collection. As for the Spring range, it boasts soft leather jackets and accessories kissed with Grand’s signature Pop aesthetic. The lineup, which Grand describes as “slick, sexy, straight-to-the-point practicality,” includes stark white creepers, polka-dot pouches, slim stilettos, and duffel bags and iPhone cases embellished with the collaboration’s heart motif—a nod to Grand’s Love magazine. See it all in the flick’s exclusive debut, above.