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WATCH: Prada’s Spooky Resort 2015 Campaign Video

Just in time for Halloween, Prada has launched its campaign for Resort 2015. The design house tapped Steven Meisel to lens the entire thing and Guido Palau to direct the accompanying video, which is just as haunting as the sepia-toned still images of Adrienne Juliger, Ine Neefs and Moya Mardy. The trio stare intently, almost creepily, into the camera in the print shots and their haunting gazes are brought to life on film in the just-released video. 

The girls seem unbothered by the wisps of wet hair dangling in front of their faces as they scan the garden with their barely-blinking eyes. The spot definitely has a spooky feel, and on Halloween it’s just perfect.

Watch the whole thing above.

[h/t WWD]

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Miranda Kerr Might Like You Better if You Rock a Moustache this Movember

 

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If you love rocking a hairy upper lip, then you might be in luck. Miranda Kerr has somewhat encouraged the bristly fellas via Instagram by donning a pair of 7 For All Mankind jeans, which are adorned with a cute ‘stache logo on the pocket to help raise money for the Movember Foundation.

Whether or not she actually prefers moustaches on her jeans or her men remains a mystery, especially when ex-hubby Orlando Bloom traded from stubbly to clean face so often.

Over here at theFashionSpot, we’re all about facial hair on a man. 7 For All Mankind is too, understanding that the visual feast which is Movember might be more than your body can handle. It’s teamed up with the Movember Foundation to introduce two limited-edition jeans for 2014, so that we can all keep it in our pants this mo-friendly season. (more…)

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Taylor Swift Rocks Circus-Inspired Sass & Bide for GMA Performance in New York

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Taylor Swift has handed Sass & Bide another big win yesterday, by wearing the Australian label’s Fall 2014 collection for her Good Morning America performance in New York’s Time Square. Good work, Tay.

The pop singer rocked a french-navy top and culotte mini shorts, with gold stitching, plus pointed-toe Mary Jane pumps. Taylor feminised the circus-inspired, perfectly coordinated ensemble with a pretty-pink lip, softly styled lob and fine finger jewellery. (more…)

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BRW 2014 Young Rich List Crowns Erica Baxter as Three Times Richer than Miranda Kerr

Miranda Kerr Erica Baxter

Photo: Valerie Macon/Stefanie Keenan/Getty

Erica Baxter and Miranda Kerr, who are rumoured to be part of this year’s hottest love hexagon, have made the BRW 2014 Young Rich List of disgustingly wealthy Australians under 40.

The girls, who both happen to be from Gunnedah and linked to each other’s ex husbands, are absolutely swimming in it. But Erica’s bank account stands at an impressive $73 million and is more than triple the amount of Miranda’s $24 million. Then again, Miranda wasn’t the one who put a ring on it, then off it, with two-time-divorcee and billionaire businessman James Packer.

Erica made her unconventional debut on BRW‘s Young Rich List last year at $40 million, shortly following one of the most bittersweet divorce settlements ever. Erica managed to take out Miranda last year, too, who sat on $18 million. (more…)

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And Now, Some Jewelry from the Olsen Twins You Can Actually Afford

Image: WENN

Image: WENN

Whether you’re coveting a bag from The Ro or a blouse from Elizabeth and James, if you’re buying something the Olsen twins designed, chances are you’re going to be spending a pretty penny. The twins have dipped their toes in more affordable design ventures, like their T-shirt selection for StyleMint, and now their jewelry range for the e-tailer’s studio series. The sisters are releasing an eight-piece range of necklaces, rings, hand chains and more, as well as two handbag styles thrown in for good measure. 

For their inspiration, the Olsens looked to the heavens, creating a selection of layerable, delicate pieces flourished with rhinestones arranged in constellation-like shapes. As for the bags, you’ll find two pouch styles — one rectangular, the other in a trapezoid shape in a range of colorways. 

But the best thing about the collection? Everything is under $40, with the least expensive pieces clocking in at a strong $29.99. The collection is launching Saturday, November 1, so make sure you maintain your strength after Halloween festivities because this collection is sure to sell like hotcakes.

Check out images from the range below. (more…)

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Flashback: Vogue Paris December 2006/January 2007 with Drew Barrymore by Nick Knight

As reported on our forums earlier this month, John Galliano is set to make a comeback and take over creative direction of Maison Martin Margiela. Therefore, we thought it was only fitting to reflect back on his past work, including his brilliant collaboration with Vogue Paris, for this week’s Fashion Flashback.

Carine Roitfeld tapped Galliano to guest-edit the December 2006/January 2007 issue of French Vogue, back when the British designer held the reins at Christian Dior. The magazine produced two covers for the issue, both of which have become highly collectable. Photographed by Nick Knight, Drew Barrymore stars on both covers (wearing Dior, natch) with Galliano’s shadow making for an interesting illusion on the two cover images.

Flashback Vogue Paris Dec06/Jan07 Drew Barrymore John Galliano

IMAGE: MARK E

Designers are often very private, so it is a delight to leaf through this particular issue and see some personal tidbits about Galliano. From the editor’s letter, you can truly see on each and every page that he put his heart and soul into the making of the issue, contributing to just about everything. Galliano added personal pictures for numerous features, plus showcased his collages, sketches and inspiration boards from his work at Dior, which is a real treat.

Aside from Galliano’s presence, the fashion content is just as engaging. Sasha Pivovarova was shot by Peter Lindbergh, playing the role of designer on location at Dior’s headquarters in Paris. The 314-page issue isn’t all focused on Galliano, however. Hilary Rhoda was photographed by Mark Segal and styled by Carine Roitfeld for a fascinating story captured in black and white. Terry Richardson also contributed with model Coco Rocha, who plays with lit candles, spits milk out of her mouth and puts a bowl full of flour on her face — making for a very interesting and page-turning set of pictures.

Check out the thread to familiarize yourself with both covers and reflect back on the good ol’ days here.

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