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Met Mavens

May 4th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

The red carpet of the Met’s Costume Institute Gala is always a scene for fashion moments and mishaps, the attendees either look incredible or completely regrettable but no matter what the outfits are memorable. This year was no exception with scores of actors, models and fashionistas turning up in their sartorial best, but who won the evening when it came to style? Did Chanel Iman’s Kors jumpsuit look refreshingly modern, or overly glittery? Was Doutzen’s Zac Posen a little too prom queen for you, or was the look perfectly sweet? Was Sasha’s beige Marni the bomb or a total bust? Tell us who you think looked the best, or the worst and take a look at the roundup of chic model looks. 


Liu Wen in Naeem Khan & Constance Jablonski in Jason Wu with John Demsey of Estee Lauder


Lily Donaldson in Marc Jacobs

Angela Lindvall attends the Costume Institute Gala Benefit to celebrate the opening of the "American Woman: Fashioning a National Identity" exhibition at The Metropolitan Museum of Art on May 3, 2010 in New York City.

Angela Lindvall in Versace


Coco Rocha in Zac Posen


Naomi Campbell in Dolce & Gabbana


Alessandra Ambrosio in Versace


Doutzen Kroes in Zac Posen with the designer


Karlie Kloss in custom Donna Karan


Jessica Stam in Rachel Roy


Anja Rubik in Altuzarra


Jamie Bochert in Rodarte for Gap


Dree Hemingway in Calvin Klein


Rosie Huntington Whiteley in Burberry


Bar Refaeli in Rag & Bone


Caroline Trentini in vintage


Liya Kebede in Rachel Roy with the designer


Karolina Kurkova in Altuzarra with the designer


Amber Valletta in RM by Roland Mouret


Elisa Sednaoui in Chanel with Karl Lagerfeld


Chanel Iman in Michael Kors


Hilary Rhoda in Prabal Gurung, with the designer


Sasha Pivovarova and Kemp Muhl with Sean Lennon, all in Marni


Natasha Poly and Noah Mills both in Michael Kors


Gisele Bundchen in Alexander Wang, with husband Tom Brady


Iman in Prada

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Classical Influence

April 9th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Steven Meisel presents a classic view for Vogue Italia: the stylized portraits featured in April’s cover story seem timeless. Led by the iconic Amber Valletta and Angela Lindvall, models Joan Smalls, Lara Stone, Freja Beha Erichsen, Giedre Dukauskaite, Gwen Loos, Jac Jagaciak and Abbey Lee Kershaw, manage to look like true stars in the short and shrunken looks crafted by Karl Templer. The barely there ensembles, emphasize Spring’s focus on all things small, but the one of a kind hair creations courtesy of Guido Palau are larger than life.










Image Credit | Scans by Diciassette @ tFS

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Bits & Bytes: Multiplicity

March 2nd, 2010 |Posted by Betty

Happy Birthday W Korea! They celebrate with 3 gorgeous covers by David Byun of Anja Rubik, Angela Lindvall and Karlie Kloss (styled by Marcus Teo). Check out David’s website for more beautiful cover girls. (Bonus: Meghan Collison is the 4th lovely cover by David)


Joan Pedrola in Rick Owens for 160 Grams March/April.

Digital magazine 160 grams also has 3 new covers with Spanish runway sensation Joan Pedrola wearing Rick Owens, Laura Schuller (from WM) in DSquared and Diego Kraus in Louis Vuitton. They’ll be highlighting 20 brands to watch as well as the 25 faces to watch so make sure to check out 160g on Saturday March 6th.



Modeling news:
We talked about, LVMH’s new site, the Nowness. Here’s Guinevere Van Seenus for Rodarte, which premiered yesterday.

One of my personal FAVORITE models of all time: Renee Simonsen. Ford gives us an overview of her career and what she’s up to now!

Russian girls are always stunning. Check out this new young lady with Women Milan.

Jessica Stam and Agyness Deyn to design! 2 more model slashes!

Coco Rocha is engaged! Congrats!! And speaking of Coco, Fashion Week Daily takes to the streets to find out who/what people think a “Coco Rocha” is...

We agree with Jezebel, why are there blondes on these covers?

And yes, more models of color on the runway, please. 16% non-white is still not enough.

How cool are Greg Kessler‘s Model Morphosis for the NY Times?

The fashion industry is filled with people with unhealthy habits. For the young models who are struggling with their weight, please don’t ever let it get to this point (and if it does, get help).

Karen Elson is Fierce with a capital “F”. Gorgeous, funny, and talented? You’ve doing better than 90% of the TV/movie stars out there, Karen!

Another wonderful young lady that we adore, Agyness Deyn shows us another side to her multi faceted life.

Fashion and media:
Another reason we love Grace Coddington and Andre Leon Talley. They are old school with a capital O.

Guy Trebay, of the NY Times talks to WWD about the new media and bloggers. See what he thinks about Tavi and Bryanboy.

Funny, funny post on Olivier Zahm by Frockwriter.

In the wake of Alexander McQueen‘s tragic death by suicide, it is really great to see the work Daniel “Harry Potter” Radcliffe is doing. If only more people in high profile industries would give back to the world like this….

Read photographer David Benjamin Sherry’s open and wonderfully refreshing interview on being gay and how photographer Collier Schorr was his professor!

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Spring Forward 2010

December 30th, 2009 |Posted by Betty

Just because we know that you want your campaigns and you want them NOW, here’s a peek at some of the season’s best and most anticipated campaigns during the last few days of the decade. The madness starts again in 5 days.

Toni Garrn and Lars Burmeister by Peter Lindbergh for Hugo Boss S/S 10



Jamie Strachan, Angela Lindvall, Erin Wasson and Mihaly Martins by Matt Jones for Hugo Boss Orange S/S 10. (thanks to ASF from tFS for  the Hugo Boss info)


Natalia Vodianova by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin for YSL S/S 10


Viktoriya Sosonkina and Sasha Pivovarova for Mulberry S/S 10


? by Steven Meisel for Prada S/S 10. Could it be the mysterious Rasa Zukauskaite?


Katrin Thormann, Jules Mordovets, Daria Strokous, Jacquelyn Jablonski, Cato Van Ee by Mario Testino for D&G S/S 10


Claudia Schiffer by Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel S/S 10


Baptiste Giabiconi, Freja Beha Erichsen by Karl Lagerfeld for Chanel S/S 10


Georgia May Jagger by Mario Testino for Versace S/S 10


Claudia Schiffer for Salvatore Ferragamo S/S 10


Kate Moss and what looks like Baptiste Giabiconi… we will get back to you on that! Just Cavalli S/S 10


(Thanks to the energetic efforts of Norhern Star at tFS for the above scans).

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Born In The U.S.A.

October 16th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

The American wave has begun! Modeling is an international business – a great girl is just as likely to be from Sao Paulo as she is from St. Petersburg and scouts have always searched far and wide for the next major face. Sometimes though, the best girls are quite literally the ones next door. The American model is experiencing a very timely resurgence and many of this season’s top catwalkers hail from exotic locales like New Jersey, California and Texas.

Given the variety of cultural backgrounds in the states American models represent an especially diverse range of beauty but all are blessed with the same down to earth charm that makes them favorites. Take a look back at some of modeling’s most memorable pitchwomen – Cindy Crawford, Tyra Banks, Carolyn Murphy, Bridget Hall, Hilary Rhoda – the list goes on and on, there is just something unique about the way the right American beauty can connect with an audience. Here are a few of this seasons much buzzed about newcomers whose personality and appeal make them the standouts of the new American wave.


Hannah Holman

With her platinum tresses and icy blue eyes Hannah is the definition of a classic All American beauty (were seeing shades of Kate Bosworth) and fresh off the heels of her Miu Miu campaign she blazed through a selective season – only the best would do. Though she made appearances at nearly every European show worth talking about we couldn’t help but notice her turns at Fendi, Karl Lagerfeld and Chanel – it seems a certain austere German fashion legend has taken note of Hannah’s considerable charms.


Taylor Kraemer

With her winsome look and impressive nearly 6ft height Taylor Kraemer is hard to miss. Blessed with warm brown eyes and beachy blonde hair she made a splash at Calvin Klein and Marc Jacobs. The Cincinnati native has the personality and it factor to make a impact – don’t be surprised if you see her lovely face in a major campaign.


Jacquelyn Jablonski

So many shows, so little time – Top 10 Newcomer Jacquelyn was easily one of the most in demand girls walking this season. With a staggering 58 shows under her belt there was simply no stopping her. Something about Jacquelyn’s languid look resonated with casting directors and designers alike and she is quickly becoming a fan favorite too. The Jersey born beauty is sure to keep the momentum going with appearances in the most significant magazines and campaigns.


R’el Dade

As easily one of the most elegant faces to emerge this season R’el was poised for greatness. Her flawless proportions could be found on the runway of any designer looking for an added touch of class – note her refined presence at Dior and Giorgio Armani as well as a confident stroll down the catwalk for Hermes. The sophisticated Texan teen is also making her mark editorially with stories in Numero and an upcoming slate of work with a few choice photographers.


Lindsey Wixson

What more can be said about the 100% original California girl who snagged the opening slot at Prada and the closing spot at Miu Miu? The lovely Top 10 Newcomer is poised to have a bright future and with such a stellar season Lindsey, will be one of the most watched faces when it comes to campaigns.


Lyndsey Scott

Ever since she was discovered on and whisked away to a Calvin exclusive Lyndsey hasn’t missed a beat. Coming back stronger than ever this season with impressive showings at Vuitton, Prada and Gucci, her one of a kind look coupled with that ferocious walk have pushed her to the top of the list when it comes to fresh talent.


Keke Lindgard

This Hawaiian beauty’s impeccable season included Lanvin, Celine, Prada and Dolce – first rate bookings any girl but especially for someone so new. With a face that calls to mind the glowing beauty of Angela Lindvall and Bridget Hall Keke’s appeal is evident and sure to crossover into major editorial success.

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Campaign Confidential

June 17th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Strong women are always in fashion, Angela Lindvall & Anja Rubik kick off campaign season with luxurious turns for Iceberg and Gucci. First up, Angela strikes a dramatic pose for Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott in graphic black and white. The supermodel looks eternally edgy even after years at the top of the biz. Next up, Anja lounges for Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin in a Gucci campaign that is a dramatic departure from seasons past. One girl, one mini-dress and one ultra-luxe bag. What more does one need?


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The Sweet Escape

June 3rd, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Angela Lindvall shows British Vogue her private side in a very special portfolio. The supermodel lets photographer David Mushegain capture a glimpse of her day to day life in idyllic Topanga, California. Whether she’s prancing through a field with her dog or playing with her adorable sons, Dakota and Sebastian, Lindvall looks as down to earth and effortlesly glam as one would expect – she even manages to make graphiti t-shirts and fringe look appealing.





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Into the Wild

April 6th, 2009 |Posted by Janelle

Angela Lindvall takes on tribal chic for Vogue UK in some of the wildest looks of the season. The famously green  supermodel dons garland headdresses and colorful patterns chosen by Lucinda Chambers as she leaps and bounds across the page. The playful editorial by Mario Testino lets Lindvall show the skillful dramatic flare she is known for.


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