I have a fascination with fashion documentaries whether it is a behind-the-scenes look at streetstyle photography with Bill Cunningham, an in-depth look at Karl Lagerfeld’s every day life, how a September issue is actually put together or insight into fashion designer Tom Ford‘s life – well next up on my list to watch has to be Mademoiselle C, which follows fashion editor, Carine Roitfeld. Since it was announced last year I have been excited to glimpse into her life, I loved her work when she was the Vogue Paris editor, and to be honest the magazine hasn’t quite been the same without
There is something special about Mila Kunis, of course she is gorgeous, but it is something else that draws me in, I think it is because she is a bit of a chameleon. This is the girl who can rock double denim on the cover of Glamour to embodying old-Hollywood glamour for a high-end advertising campaign – that is hard to do. This is her second campaign as the face of Miss Dior handbags and I love the Fifties Hollywood film star vibe to the gorgeous black and white shots. Last time around the campaign was demure, this time I
Oooh I do love something a little different, and this autumn/winter 2012 ad campaign from Givenchy certainly is a little different. Styled by Carine Roitfeld and shot by Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott this is a stunning campaign aptly named the ‘Rave’. Starring Tisci’s favs Stella Tennant and Joan Smalls, as well as Daniela Braga, Stef Van Der Laan, Rodrigo Braga, Simone Nobili and Jarrod Scott, the models get their dance on to spectacular results. What I love most about this campaign has to be the intensity of the images, from the stormy skies to the urban setting and the striking androgynous styling.
I knew as soon as posted that Mulberry was the best spring/summer 2012 campaign, I would find something else that I would fall in love with, and of course it had to be Chanel. Whereas most of the fashion houses for spring have gone for colourful and vibrant, I love that Chanel’s ready-to-wear campaign, lensed by Karl Lagerfeld and styled by Carine Roitfeld, is simply shot in black and white and has a cinematic feel to it. The other thing I love is the sporty vibe of this campaign, perfectly fitting with it being an Olympic year, and Saska de
This week of course it was Haute Couture time in Paris, and Gucci held a party to celebrate the re-opening of its Rue Royale flagship, as well as a special send off to French Vogue’s soon-to-be departed EiC Carine Roitfeld with an intimate dinner held at the Italian Embassy. Of course Gucci always attracts the most stylish of celebrities, and this party in Paris was no different, with the likes of Diane Kruger, Jessica Alba, Olivia Wilde and Charlotte Casiraghi looking chic and fabulous in the name of the Italian brand. I have already gushed about Diane Kruger, but she really does