23 posts tagged "Vinoodh Matadin"
There’s no stopping Arizona Muse. The model is making a good claim for the “super” to be appended to her name, with campaign appearances now joining catwalk stardom. She’s already the face of YSL’s Spring ’11 print ads, and now she’s the moving body, too: Inez and Vinoodh, under the creative direction of house designer Stefano Pilati, shot the 22-year-old boogieing to a Janelle Monáe soundtrack in sunny Marrakech. If there’s a better way to celebrate today’s burst of summer (in New York, at least), we haven’t found it yet. Check out the exclusive debut, above.
First Balenciaga, now Isabel Marant. Gisele’s sweep of Spring’s ad campaigns continues. Say au revoir, Kate Moss. [Fashionologie]
And in other campaign buzz, Peter Copping’s first ad for Nina Ricci, shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin, had its sneak preview today. If you dig the disco feel, cross your fingers for more sequins and banquettes when Copping’s overhauled Web site for the brand launches in March. [WWD]
While Kate Middleton puts the U.K.’s finest publications in a tizzy over her confidential dress choice, Charlene Wittstock—the South African Olympian who’s set to wed Albert II, Prince of Monaco—has tapped Giorgio Armani to design her wedding gown. All hail royal disclosure. [People]
This morning, the first shots from model-of-the-moment Arizona Muse‘s campaign for YSL Spring 2011, creative directed by Stefano Pilati and shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin in the gardens of Marrakech’s Palmeraie. Above, check out exclusive, never-before-seen new images from the campaign, and click below for larger versions, as well as the original preview shot. Continue Reading “Arizona Muse For YSL Spring 2011″ »
Talk about multitasking: Juergen Teller’s new campaign for Marc Jacobs—starring Masha Kirsanova and Caroline Brasch Nielsen—was shot backstage at Jacobs’ Spring ’11 show (left). [Fashionologie]
The womenswear winners of London’s NewGen sponsorships were announced earlier this week, and now the prize is spotlighting the men: J.W. Anderson, Christopher Shannon, and James Long will show their menswear on the runway during LFW’s Man Day, while Lou Dalton, Katie Eary, Omar Kashoura, and knit wits Sibling will have their presentations supported. (Men’s designer Christopher Raeburn, who was listed among the winners yesterday, will also have his installation underwritten.) [Vogue U.K.]
It’s time (again) for Diane von Furstenberg to clear some space on her mantel: The indefatigable designer will receive amfAR’s Award of Courage—alongside President Bill Clinton and Elizabeth Taylor—at the AIDS research nonprofit’s silver anniversary gala next year. [WWD]
Leandra Medine, better known as the voice of Man Repeller, is the high priestess of high-waisted pants—and shoulder pads, schlumpy layers, and all of the other “girls get it, guys don’t” fashion choices out there. Men may be repelled, but the Times wasn’t; Medine got the full profile treatment today. [NYT]
And here’s more from Ford: The latest glimpses of TF’s womenswear come courtesy of W, which shot a few looks, styled by Alex White and shot by Inez and Vinoodh, on Lara Stone. [W]
Congrats to Dutch model Doutzen Kroes (pictured), who wed her longtime boyfriend Sunnery James in her hometown of Eastermar, the Netherlands, this weekend. The pregnant bride wore Pronovias, a Spanish label. The Angel and her new husband are honeymooning on Madagascar, so no hope of seeing her at the Victoria’s Secret show this Wednesday. [Page Six]
Peter Copping is on a roll at Nina Ricci: After debuting his new line of Barneys-exclusive dresses, he’s set to launch the brand’s return to advertising with a new campaign (with Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin) and, eventually, bridal and lingerie. [Fashionologie]
Can’t get enough of J.Crew’s Spring 2011 men’s collection? Then check out the behind-the-scenes shots creative director Frank Muytjens snapped over at T. [The Moment]
Moleskine and, uh, Pac-Man: two great tastes that taste great together? [Racked]
And in case you missed it this weekend, Eric Wilson’s assessment of the current State of Love (Courtney, that is) is well worth a read—and, no, not just because we’re mentioned in the opening line. [NYT]