11 posts tagged "Tati Cotliar"
After a much-discussed debut at London fashion week last season, Rihanna for River Island is back in all its sporty, sexed-up glory. The Fall range—the first delivery of which will hit River Island stores and Opening Ceremony on September 12—offers lots of camo, boxy crop tops, stripes galore, hip-high slits, and a slew of gymwear gone glam. In November, the winter collection—which marks the final installment of Rihanna and co-designer Adam Selman’s collaboration with the retailer—will roll out with holiday looks and cozier items. Although, knowing RiRi, the cold-weather wares will be no less flesh-baring. Above, take a peek at the Fall campaign, which, lensed by Lachlan Bailey and styled by Mel Ottenberg, stars Ji Hye Park, Natasha Kusakina, Milou Van Groesen, and Tati Cotliar. Continue Reading “RiRi Round Two” »
The campaign for Jefferson Hack’s third Tod’s No_Code capsule footwear collection is all about East London attitude. But his new short, Invocations, was shot during a Mexican escape. “I did this on my winter vacation…[to] provide an alternative point of view to the campaign,” the Dazed & Confused editor told Style.com. The Super 8 film stars a self-styled Tati Cotliar, who took aesthetic inspiration from Hack’s range of suede and leather kicks. “I think she was in a Diane Keaton-meets-Wes Anderson Boy Scout mood,” said Hack, noting that the Asymmetric Oxfords she’s wearing are among his favorite pieces in the range. “It’s really personal,” added Hack of the film. “It’s about travel (of course!) and this cool girl escaping [from] the heat of the city…to this place which is full of color and optimism and daydreaming.” Set to the music of Alfonso Lovo, a Nicaraguan guitar player from the sixties, the short, which debuts exclusively above, definitely emits a vintage oasis vibe—one that’s sure to speak to the No_Code man and woman, or, as Hack calls them, “stylishly minded mavericks.”
Don’t dare to blame Carine Roitfeld for porno chic. In a conversation with Karl Lagerfeld for Interview‘s September issue, Roitfeld dishes on why she prefers the term “erotic chic,” her anti-boredom syndrome, and more. [Interview]
Kate Moss wants to make sure her new house in Highgate is equipped with all the luxuries a supermodel could desire, including a gym, steam room, and television satellites, but her neighbors aren’t too keen on the idea. Locals and Green Party members are concerned about the environmental impacts of the steam room and gym. How is Kate supposed to keep her fabulous figure in shape? [Vogue U.K.]
Isabel Marant and her accessories designer husband, Jérôme Dreyfuss, spend their summer holiday roughing it, sans electricity, heat, and plumbing. T takes us inside the couple’s French countryside retreat. [T]
Argentinian model Tati Cotliar has walked the runways for Marc Jacobs, fronted Prada campaigns, and now she can add “film star” to her list of credentials. Tati channels naughty versus nice in Harrison Boyce and Nathaniel Brown’s new short. [Nowness]
Jason Wu is headed online in a big way. Weeks ago, the New York-based designer made his Twitter debut—via an emissary of sorts, his cartoon owl mascot, Miss Wu, who tweets her own 140-character thoughts from a roost in the Wu atelier. Now, Wu is set to re-launch his Web site with a new e-commerce section. This Monday, the new JasonWuStudio.com goes live, offering the designer’s Spring and pre-fall bags.
That’s not all it’ll boast. To celebrate the new site, Wu called on Tommy Ton to shoot model Tati Cotliar testing out the Fall ’11 collection on the streets of New York. “It’s actually my favorite collection of his, so I’m very honored to be shooting this particular collection in the way that I do, on a girl like Tati who wears clothes so well,” Ton said. “I think that’s what amazing—when the clothes are right and then you have a girl who looks like she’s wearing the clothes and they aren’t wearing her. It’s very refreshing. She turns heads—I’ll tell you that.”
Who says fashion isn’t art? On the heels of an exhibition of their designs at Cooper-Hewitt and a collection of sketches (delivered via cell phone) for LACMA, the Mulleavy sisters’ work will be showcased in an upcoming solo exhibition at MOCA, Black Swan tutus included. [MOCA]
Giles Deacon and Sophie Théallet are headed to Nine West—for a capsule collection, at least. Théallet’s bound-to-be-charming shoes are due in May, while Deacon’s futuristic kicks will drop this fall. [WWD]
Kate Middleton enthusiasts, your lucky day is almost here. Reiss’ sold-out Fall 2009 Nannette dress—the one Middleton wore in her engagement portrait—hits stores tomorrow. Queue up. [Elle U.K.]
Missed Miuccia’s revamped Spring show in Beijing on Saturday? Check out the just-released campaign video featuring Arizona Muse, Tati Cotliar, Kinga Rajzak, Zuzanna Bijoch, and Mariacarla Boscono. Try saying that ten times fast. [YouTube]