39 posts tagged "Lara Stone"
Pirelli’s New Calendar Girls, Dasha Zhukova’s Provocative Mag, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s Son Tries His Hand At Modeling, And More…
Kate Moss, Lara Stone, and Milla Jovovich will appear in the next Mario Sorrenti-lensed Pirelli calendar, due out in December. The three, along with nine others, joined Sorrenti in Corsica for a week-long shoot just a few weeks before Moss’ wedding. [Vogue U.K.]
Dasha Zhukova’s new magazine, Garage, will make its official debut during fashion week, but The New York Times got a glimpse of it, dubbing it “one of the most intriguing magazines to come along in years.” Zhukova created three different covers, one of which is a Hedi Slimane photo of a nude model’s crotch, covered by a Damien Hirst-designed green butterfly sticker with a tattoo underneath. [NYT]
Patrick Schwarzenegger, son of former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver, is striking a pose for Hudson Jeans. He appears shirtless in the denim brand’s ad campaigns and in three short films with Georgia May Jagger for Hudson, set to come out September 7. [WWD]
Twiggy is releasing a new album called Romantically Yours. She might be better known for her modeling talents, but this isn’t her first venture in the music business—her debut album came out in 1976. [Vogue U.K.]
A blurry Twitpic of a label reading “Carine Roitfeld” has led to rampant Internet speculation that the former Paris Vogue editrix is working on her own collection. Will the world ever be the same? (Our guess: yes.) [Fashionista]
Lara Stone thinks she would make a great evil Bond girl. No disagreements here. You listening, Daniel Craig? [WWD]
Rochas designer Marco Zanini, on the other hand, thinks he could design Dior. We didn’t see it in the stars, but hey, you never know. [NYT]
And Gareth Pugh submits to Hint‘s “One Sentence or Less” interview. The strangest item of clothing in his closet? “A suit—very odd indeed.” [Hint]
Revealed: the guest list for Friday’s Royal Wedding. See you there, Mr. Bean (a.k.a. Rowan Atkinson) and the Yang di-Pertuan Agong and Raja Permaisuri Agong of Malaysia! [BBC]
Lara Stone’s world domination continues—and her latest medium is TV. She’ll appear alongside Tyson Ballou in the new Calvin Klein Collection TV spots, which hit the airwaves during the Golden Globes’ red-carpet coverage and play throughout the show. Curious? Get a sneak peek, below. [Fashionologie]
Speaking of world-conquering models, Irina Lazareanu’s collection, Irina L., is launching at last this month—in Japan. Somehow, we don’t think that this minor detail will stop Irina fanatics from getting their hands on it. [Racked]
Rock stars: the new curators? Dance-pop headliners Scissor Sisters have added a new feather to their collective cap: Together with London’s Alison Jacques Gallery, they’ve curated a show of work by Robert Mapplethorpe, a photo of whose graced SS’ most recent album. [Hint Mag]
And fellow multi-talent Mandy Coon—lately named a winner of Ecco Domani’s Fashion Foundation grants—is trying her hand at curating, too, though of the cinematic variety: She’s organized the Fashion in Film-Designer Inspiration movie night series to screen sartorially relevant flicks. First up? Ingmar Bergman’s Persona. [T]
With January issues now in hand and February issues soon to arrive, it’s officially Spring ’11 ad season. And while we’ve brought you exclusive debuts from Michael Kors, Giorgio Armani, Valentino, Yves Saint Laurent, and Pringle of Scotland, we didn’t want to leave out any other worthy competitors either. Below, a roundup of some recent strong showings, from Lindsey Wixson for Alexander McQueen to Leighton Meester for Missoni (above, left to right). Continue Reading “The Campaigns Keep Coming” »
The U.K. edition of Gentlemen’s Quarterly—a magazine that ought to know about such things—published its list of the 50 most stylish men in Britain online today. (The print edition, which will also include the ten worst-dressed men, not only in Britain but worldwide, arrives on Thursday.) The inclusion of young Romeo Beckham (#26, ten spots behind his father) has caused the most commotion. But there are plenty of other reasons to check it out.
For one, the Beckhams aren’t the only family pair included. Princes William (#27) and Harry (#5) both made the list, with a 22-place differential that ought to make for a bit of sibling rivalry. A few gentlemen included (Alasdhair Willis, #42; David Walliams, #11) may have had a little help from their fashionable wives (that’d be Stella McCartney and Lara Stone, respectively). One married pair even had both partners on the list: Sir Elton John (#21) and husband David Furnish (#6). (We personally look forward to the day when all three members of the family show up: the Rocket Man, his mate, and their new baby son, Zachary Furnish-John.)
Several unimpeachable icons of Brit style (David Hockney, #47; Bryan Ferry, #36) as well as a few designers (Christopher Bailey, left, #33; and the not-quite-British Tom Ford, #7) made the cut. Ford’s protégé of sorts, Nicholas Hoult, star of A Single Man and of Ford’s recent campaigns, clocks in at #3. And at #1? Nowhere Boy star Aaron Johnson, more familiar to American tabloid audiences than movie audiences: The 20-year-old proposed to director Sam Taylor-Wood, 43, shortly after wrapping the Lennon biopic.
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