62 posts tagged "Karlie Kloss"
Pour a little out for French denim label April77. The Paris-based line (and record label, incidentally) announced it is shuttering operations, effective immediately. [WWD]
iPad mania is the Apple craze of the moment, but Diane von Furstenberg hasn’t forgotten the iPhone. She’s just released her own hot-pink iPhone/iPod Touch case, available at her stores and emblazoned with her trademark lips. [NY Mag]
The reign of Karlie continues: Kloss (pictured, opening the Fall 2010 Dior ready-to-wear show) has been re-signed as the face of Dior for Fall 2010. [Fashionologie]
WWD sits down with Thom Browne for a chat on moving his show to Paris. Most intriguing: He lets slip that he’s working on a collection of limited-edition Champagne coupes with Baccarat. “It’s just a nice little project I wanted to do, even just for myself, because when I travel I always look for vintage Champagne coupes. It’s similar to how my [signature] suit came about. I decided to produce it instead of looking for it in an antique store,” Browne told the paper. For the man who has everything (except vintage Champagne coupes)! [WWD]
And the Times takes a moment to check in with Paper magazine editor in chief (and 2010 CFDA Eugenia Sheppard Award honoree) Kim Hastreiter as she hobnobs with Madonna and enthuses about all things fashion/art/culture/cool. [NYT]
DVF‘s most prominent spokeswoman has always been Diane herself, but as the label’s new Christopher Niquet-styled lookbook shows, there’s plenty of room for Karlie, too. The model takes to the streets of Manhattan in the Spring 2010 collection for the season’s lookbook, and the DVF team has given us an exclusive peek at the shooting in progress. Check it out below.
2009 was a pretty good year for 17-year-old stunner Karlie Kloss: She booked more Vogue editorials than anyone else, picked up a slew of breakout-of-the-year nods from bloggers and industry insiders, and flew down more runways than your average airline pilot. Can we expect the same in 2010? Early signs point to yes. The Web is abuzz with the Chicago-born model’s new print campaigns, in which she proves that she can do forties finesse (in Dior, left) as well as earthy flower child (in Hermès, right). Is there anything this girl can’t do well? Well…maybe just one thing.