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May 21st, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Interview catches Olympic fever with a stark story by Mikael Jansson featuring Constance Jablonski, Suvi Koponen Matt Terry, Myles Crosby and Nicklas Kingo. With a series of elegant black and whites featuring the season’s graphic swimwear as chosen by Karl Templer, we think the toned bodies and diving motif of the story call to mind, 1938’s Olympia – but what say you?

View the full story on Interview.com 

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The Biz: Met Madness!

May 8th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

Suvi Koponen & Bonnie Chen before the MET Gala | Image by The Coveteur

How do you get ready for the year’s biggest party? Take a look at the MET Prep of two of the evening’s loveliest ladies Suvi Koponen and Bonnie Chen were guests of Chloe’s Clare Waight Keller and they wore a pair of gorgeous gowns from the label. Take a peek at their behind the scenes process, all captured beautifully by The Coveteur.

Tom Brady with Gisele in Givenchy | Image courtesy of Givenchy

Want to see the best dressed of the evening from the MET’s Costume Institute Gala – take a look at all the red carpet action. Who do you think was looking good last night – we were loving the divine Gisele Bundchen in GivenchyJoan Smalls in Balmain,  Anja Rubik in Anthony Vaccarello, Constance Jablonski in Haider Ackermann and actress Carey Mulligan in of course, Prada.

Mario Testino withAngela LindvallCandice Swanepoel and Rosie Huntington Whiteley | Image by Kevin Tachman

After the party is of course the afterparty – get a birds eye view of the festivities with the incredible candid images captured by Kevin Tachman. Inside you’ll see every celebrity, every model, every designers oh and really cute picture of Hamish Bowles hitting the champagne.

In non-MET news, Esteban Cortezar relaunches with Net-A-Porter glad to see him back on the scene! Hoping to see something sexy

McQueen’s Sarah Burton honored by Academy of Art, the designer was awarded an honorary doctorate from the university.

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mdc ♥s : current obsessions

January 29th, 2012 |Posted by Janelle

We will always be a little obsessed with Daria Werbowy, clearly Vogue Paris seems to share our feelings

THE COFFEE TABLE MUST HAVEWill Cotton: Paintings and Works on Paper The singularly beautiful first retrospective of Cotton’s work will take your breath away. Those eye-catching candy filled paintings of women in various states look as lush as ever. The coffee table keeper from Rizzoli is filled with inspiring and downright decadent imagery.

THE SCENT OF HEAVENNest Blue Garden Diffuser Ever wonder what heaven smells like? Probably a bit like this richly scented hydrangea, hyacinth and forget-me-nots blend that quickly fills the room with an intoxicating aroma. We’ve long been fans of Nest’s elegant offerings (keep your eyes peeled for their collaboration with Jason Wu this Spring) but this might just be our favorite in the entire line.

MODEL WORTHY BEAUTYEstee Lauder Daywear BB Cream The beauty blogosphere has been buzzing about BB creams for awhile now, but when we heard about the one that keeps Constance Jablonski looking flawless we had to try it. With lightweight coverage and a gentle feel the Estee BB falls somewhere between a tinted moisturizer and a foundation. The creamy texture and radiant finish left us thoroughly impressed.

FAST FASHIONKarl for Net-A-Porter Net-a-Porter understands that you can never have too much Karl Lagerfeld in your life. Where Karl goes, fashion follows and the crowds came out in full force for the launch of his eponymous line for NAP. Don’t worry you can still scoop up some things for yourself – who can resist with the affordable prices and impressively versatile designs.

THE JEWELRY STATEMENTManiamania We’ve been in love with all things Maniamania since their short film featuring Abbey Lee Kershaw opened our eyes to their edgy collection of mystically minded baubles. Created by Aussie fashion insiders Tamila Purvis and Melanie Kamsler, the line is filled with pieces that demand attention. We covet the timeless beauty of their smoky quartz ring, The Eternal. 

THE MASSAGE MASTERKoh Gen Do Macro Vintage Massage Royal Massage Milk We love products that do double duty- this gem from Japanese line Koh Gen Do can be used as a moisturizer, primer and facial massage cream. Added bonus, it feels like silk on the skin and smells divine.

THE NECKPIECE - Givenchy Floral Scarf It might be too early to predict the scarf of the season, but this is a strong candidate. It gives you just hint of the eclectic Tisci look and has yet to become as overexposed as those Rottweiler sweatshirts.

THE ARM CANDY - Balenciaga Timepiece Elegant, understated and off-kilter enough to be worthy of the Balenciaga name.

THE KIT & KABOODLEKiehl’s Ultra Facial Kits

As one of the most beloved brands on the market, Kiehl’s represents quality and innovation in all things skincare. Their Ultra-Facial range is beloved by dermatologists, beauty editors and anyone with a healthy appreciation of good skin. The overwhelming popularity of the line has led to the release of two brand new kits – The Ultra-Facial 3 Step & Ultra-Facial Oil Free, that provide an assortment of Kiehl’s goodies designed to cleanse, tone and moisturize all at a fraction of the price.

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Shoe Fetish

September 21st, 2011 |Posted by Janelle

Antidote Magazine‘s third issue is devoted entirely to sky high heels and the women who love them. The publication’s six covers capture the sexiness and perilous nature of high heels with glam images shot by Giampaolo Sgura and styled by editor in chief Yann WeberFeaturing several of the most in demand blondes wearing little more than panties and pumps, the covers starring Constance JablonskiAnne Vyalitsyna, Ashley Smith, Magdalena FrackowiakSigrid Agren and a crutch-wielding Hanne Gaby Odiele look phenomenal.

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Bits & Bytes: Japan Fashion Week

April 13th, 2011 |Posted by Betty


This just in from IMG Fashion: Support our friends at Japan Fashion Week and check out the collections of designers whose shows were canceled due to the earthquake in Japan. While there are any number of challenges facing the country, its citizens and its economy, these designers depend on international attention and orders to remain in business and your help is greatly appreciated by all.


I can’t even tell you how much I love this picture of Karl and faux Karls (from WWD)

Love Magazine launches their app for the iPad.

More love for Japan with this incredible auction. You can have lunch with Rachel Zoe, meet Anna Wintour, attend the Victoria’s Secret show and meet Doutzen Kroes. (via Fashionista)

The ultimate YSL documentary is coming! (via DFR)

Greg Kessler‘s new book is here of all his favorite backstage images.

One of my favorite things about Garance Doré is that she is unafraid to be real on her blog.

London’s Premier Model Management created special t-shirts to benefit the cancer charity “Teens Unite”. Go to Ebay right now to bid!

Modeling news:

Fashionologie has all the latest rumors for the Fall 2011 campaigns……

Straight from Stefano Gabbana’s Tumblr is the F/W11 Dolce Gabbana Men‘s cast! Besides Dolce Gabbana mainstays Noah Mills and Adam SennArthur Kulkov repeats; Nils ButlerGuy RobinsonPaolo Anchisi and Daisuke Ueda make an appearance. UPDATED TO ADD: the women’s casting: Isabeli Fontana and Maryna Linchuk who repeat, Jac Jagaciak, Liu Wen, Constance Jablonski and Kate King! (thanks Anlabe!)

How great is it that Visage Management Zurich, features Catherine as a “new face! 5’11 and 56 years young!


Anteprima, photographer Leslie Kee and Japanese actress Kiko create 3 different collectible posters for the relief effort for Japan, only available during Milano Salone from 12-17 April.

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Blondes on Blondes

September 2nd, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

POP magazine has a thing for blondes; from Britney Spears on the cover, to the their portfolio of handpicked golden haired ladies, this issue might as well be dedicated to solely to all things blonde. Speaking of that Angus Munro cast portfolio, Jamie Morgan shoots just about every blonde – bleached and otherwise, in this special editorial. Who do you think has the best shot in the story and which blonde beauties should have been a part of this editorial.


Sigrid Agren

Jana Kaye, Constance Jablonski & Hanne B

Ymre Stiekema & Carmen Kass

Candice Swanepoel

Brooklyn Decker & Diana Farkhullina

Hanne Gaby Odiele, Erin Axtell & Tori Praever

Marloes Horst

Ylonka Verheul & Antonella Graef

Kirsty Hume, Doutzen Kroes & Lily Donaldson

Patricia van der Vliet

Shirley Mallman & Kirby Kenny

Vlada Roslyakova, Maryna Linchuk & Abbey Lee Kershaw

Hana Soukupova

Naomi Preizler, Jenny Sinkaberg & Valentina Zeliaeva

Kirsten Owen

Image Credit | Scanned by Fearless123 @ tFS

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Beauty Supply

August 24th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

Tom Pecheux‘s makeup magic is on full display in September’s Vogue Paris. Pecheux creates a series of dramatic looks for Estee Lauder face Constance Jablonski as she travels through the streets of Paris. The story is simple and captivating, Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin‘s colorful photographs present a vibrant view of Pecheux’s artistry as well as Constance’s beauty. Even though it is not the focus of the story, Carine Roitfeld‘s styling is wonderful – the Dior Joaillerie and Buccellati diamonds are used to great effect.


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The September Issues Pt. 2

August 17th, 2010 |Posted by Janelle

September’s issues keep flooding in and each one brings something special to the table, here is a look at a few more fall fashion magazines guaranteed to catch your eye on the newsstand. Let us know which ones are your favorite!

Liu Wen snags the debut issue of Numero China with two stellar covers. Note that this is the first Numero debut issue that doesn’t feature Kate Moss, a major coup for Liu and a great salute to the incredible fashion talent in China.

September’s Vogue Russia is a bittersweet affair, it is the final issue under the direction of editor Aliona Doletskaya. As always the cover is phenomenal, with Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott shooting Natalia Vodianova in their signature surrealist style.

Vogue Germany goes for high energy with a great shot of a logo covered Constance Jablonski, by Greg Kadel. The shopping theme gets right to the point and Constance shines in multiple editorials inside the magazine itself.

For Part 1 of our September Issues coverage, click here.

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