September 2 2014

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Exclusive: Behind The Scenes Of Alexander Wang’s Fall Campaign


You might have caught Alexander Wang’s Fall ’11 campaign in July, when he screened his ready-to-wear promotional video on the sides of buildings throughout Manhattan. For the Fabien Baron-directed, Karl Templer-styled campaign, Wang enlisted Raquel Zimmermann to show off his cool-girl collection in an abandoned Brooklyn grain factory from the twenties. Here, has the exclusive behind-the-scenes images from the shoot before they go live on tomorrow. If you are hoping to get your hands on the fur puffer (like we are), you can find it and all of the looks on Wang’s e-commerce site.

Photos: Courtesy of Alexander Wang

Lanvin x Pitbull—No, Really


If—like us—you could use a laugh after this tense weekend, here’s Lanvin ready to oblige. Steven Meisel, working with Ronnie Cooke Newhouse and Stephen Wolstenholme’s House + Holme, shot a Fall ’11 campaign film, with models Raquel Zimmermann, Karen Elson, Lowell Tautchin, and Milo Spijkers getting down to Pitbull’s “I Know You Want Me.” We do, we do!

A First Look At Pierre By Balmain, Tom Ford Hits Harrods, Raquel In Brazil, And More…


Affordable Balmain—a contradiction in terms? There’s no evidence to suggest that the label’s four-figure tattered tees are going anywhere, but for the slightly more cash-strapped, the company is introducing Pierre Balmain, a lower-priced, younger-skewing collection for men and women, made in partnership with Ittierre. Set to launch in the spring in 700 stores worldwide, the collection includes a mix of dresses, knitwear, leathers, and jeans (equipped with the label’s signature sparkles and studs, we hope). Your first peek is above. [Balmain]

Tom Ford’s first U.K. womenswear boutique opened in Harrods today, opposite Gucci. Though there’s only ready-to-wear in the space right now, Tom Ford shoes, bags, and jewelry are coming soon. [Vogue.U.K.]

Despite the summer heat, Brazilian supermodel Raquel Zimmermann continues to keep her cool. In a new “pulp cinema-inspired film” on, she shows off chic pieces from Brazilian design stars like Alexandre Herchcovitch, Andrea Marques, and Pedro Lourenço. [Nowness]

Gucci’s creative director, Frida Giannini, has shared an Italian style guide with Details on where to eat, shop, and take in breathtaking views. Of her favorite romantic spot, the Ponte Vecchio, she says, “It’s so breathtaking at sunset that you forget your sense of time.” [Details]

Photo: Courtesy of Balmain

A Trio Takes On Vuitton, Angels Just Wanna Have Fun, What Margherita’s Wearing, And More…


Is three the charm for Louis Vuitton? Following last season’s ad campaign, with Christy Turlington, Natalia Vodianova, and Karen Elson, the label is reportedly featuring another trio for its Spring ’11 ads: Kristen McMenamy (left, who closed the Spring show in painted-on zebra stripes), Freja Beha Erichsen, and Raquel Zimmermann, shot by Steven Meisel. [WWD]

Missed last night’s Victoria’s Secret Show telecast? Our own Tommy Ton was backstage—and he and collaborator Justin Wu captured a few of the girls lip-syncing along to a Cyndi Lauper classic you won’t see in the show. [Jak and Jil]

Margherita Maccapani Missoni is the lateset style star to take on daily-style-blogging duties at British Vogue‘s Today I’m Wearing online feature. Today? You guessed it—she’s wearing Missoni. [Vogue U.K.]

Red Carpet Fashion Awards notices an uptick in menswear-on-women: Leighton Meester wore Thom Browne to the Gotham Awards in New York, and Jessica Alba (at the Footwear News awards), Lara Bingle, and Winona Ryder (at the Black Swan premiere) followed, ahem, suit. [Red Carpet Fashion Awards]

And if you liked Kate Middleton’s now-famous Issa dress—the one she announced her engagement to Prince William in—good news: It’s coming to Net-A-Porter. In January. To your N-A-P “Wish Lists,” ladies. [Huffington Post]

Photo: Yannis Vlamos /

Linda Calls It Quits, Chloe Shares The Stage, Barneys Comes To Brooklyn, And More…


Rumor has it that Linda Evangelista (left) has split with her current beau, Hard Rock CafĂ© founder Peter Morton. Apparently she wanted to spend too much time in Canada, he preferred L.A.—ah, yes, that old bicoastal breakup story. [Page Six]

The Times dispatches a reporter to the holy grail of designer knockoffs: The giant flagship Zara in Madrid, where the intrepid correspondent finds a treasure trove of imitation Celine. The Prado can wait! [NYT]

Don’t look too closely at the Raquel Zimmermann add for Chloe’s new fragrance, Love, Chloe. In an oversight that’s proven slightly embarrassing for all involved, Inez and Vinoodh shot Zimmermann in a full Chloe look—and a YSL belt. Whoops. [WWD]

And it’s opening day for the newest addition to the Barneys Co-Op family. The retailer—which recently celebrated its 25th birthday—opens its doors in Brooklyn this morning. [Racked]

Photo: Venturelli / WireImage