August 28 2014

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2 posts tagged "Marks and Spencer"

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley Launches Lingerie, Ralph Lauren Taps OneRepublic, Burch Joins Bush For FEED, And More…


Rosie Huntington-Whiteley is making her move into fashion design with a twenties-inspired lingerie collection for English retailer Marks & Spencer (she is currently the face of the chain’s Autograph label). Rosie-like proportions, alas, not included with purchase. [Telegraph]

On the subject of lingerie, an exhibition showcasing the late photographer Lillian Bassman’s work (featuring ladies in lacy underthings, stockings, and garter belts) is now on display at New York’s Staley-Wise Gallery. The cheeky exhibit, appropriately titled Lingerie, displays about 30 of Bassman’s photographs and handwritten notes. The exhibit is open until May 26. [Vogue Italia]

Ralph Lauren is going pop. The designer has tapped chart-toppers OneRepublic for his latest Big Pony campaign; the band’s not yet commercially released “Life in Color” has been selected as the soundtrack for the Bruce Weber-shot videos. [Rolling Stone]

As if you needed another reason to support Lauren Bush-Lauren’s do-good Feed brand, here it is: Tory Burch has lent her design skills in a new collaboration with Bush and Canadian retailer Holt Renfrew. The traditional burlap design, with Burch’s pops of color and logo, retails for $50 at Holt Renfrew stores and online. [Racked]

China’s leading photographer Chen Man has snapped it all, from singer Faye Wong on horseback to Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana playing mah-jongg with one of China’s leading men. The lenswoman goes back through her archives to curate her favorite works, now on display at Nowness. [Nowness]

Calvin Klein announced the launch of its Tumblr blog, which features posts from Hanneli Mustaparta, this morning. She will be giving readers a behind-the-scenes take on everything Calvin Klein. [Calvin Klein Tumblr]



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Noritaka Tatehana’s Heel-less Holiday Collection, Inside Dior Couture, Marks And Spencers’ Lingerie Ad Has Too Much Spice, And More…


Noritaka Tatehana, who designs Lady Gaga’s heel-less shoes, has created a Christmas collection, available at Trading Museum Comme des Garçons in Tokyo through December 25. Here’s the catch—the five pairs he made, in white, silver, and crystal, only come in one size. [Hint]

The chiffon dress Amy Winehouse donned for her Back to Black cover album sold for £43,200, or around $67,500, at yesterday’s auction. The dress was bought by the Fundacion Museo de la Moda in Chile. [Huff Po]

Using roughly 150 dresses, suits, and coats, Patrick Demarchelier offers his take on fashion and the house of Dior in his new tome Dior Couture. Of the book, The New York Times‘ Cathy Horyn says, “It’s obvious from Dior Couture that Mr. Demarchelier loves taking pictures of beautiful women, but his photos almost always have an extra quality: he also understands how clothes should look on the body.” [NYT]

A Marks and Spencer lingerie ad has been deemed too sexy for the bus. The ad, featuring a woman in a bra, panties, and stockings on a bed, had appeared on buses in the U.K., but the Advertising Standards Agency declared it “socially irresponsible.” [Telegraph]