In an exclusive for theFashionSpot, Russh magazine has given us a sneak peek into its October/November issue, featuring Louis Vuitton’s new creative director, Nicolas Ghesquière. (more…)
The Ralph Lauren Pink Pony Campaign has garnered the support of some high-profile Australian faces this year, with Rachel Finch, Samantha Harris, and Laura Dundovic all getting behind the cause for Breast Cancer Awareness month. (more…)
Robyn Lawley looks hotter than ever as Marie Claire Australia’s October cover girl, in a black one-piece which makes her chest, quite literally, pop out of the plunging neckline. “Not gonna lie this suit was tigggghhhht,” she wrote to her Instagram.
You wouldn’t know she was uncomfortable, though, with her woman-in-charge hands-on-hips stance and huge smiley grin. The “plus-size” model also shared a few sneaky snaps from inside the issue on her Instagram, where she continues to look bangin’ in a red Baywatch-esque zip-down one-piece with flippers in hand. (more…)
It was bound to happen sooner or later. Selena Gomez and Miranda Kerr have just copped a double whammy of run-ins with each other at Paris Fashion Week, which, we have to say, was handled quite well by the pair.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, Miranda and Selena have some serious beef. You can thank Justin Bieber for that one, fuelling rumours of his hook-up with the Victoria’s Secret model through Ibiza punch-ups with her baby-daddy Orlando Bloom.
But because Paris Fashion Week makes it hard to avoid anyone, Selena and Miranda have grazed shoulders at least twice. First for Carine Roitfeld‘s Fashion Book Party on Tuesday night where Biebs apparently hid from Miranda behind Kim Kardashian‘s butt, because drama. (more…)
The Apple Watch is Apple’s opportunity to really inject itself into the fashion industry on a meaningful level. Sure, iPhones and iPads are a staple of industry workers, but this new product is poised to merge tech and fashion in a brand new way. And it seems the tech giant is really trying to get in the good graces of the fashion set. Chanel had a preview breakfast of the product after yesterday’s unveiling at Colette Paris, where fashion folks of all stripes came to preview the new product.
But if you think anyone was able to actually touch anything, think again. The watches were kept in a glass display. Apple CEO Tim Cook was on hand for the Colette affair, along with Anna Wintour and Karl Lagerfeld. But according to reports, the rest of the crowd was less fashion and more tech. The Verge says that the majority of guests were white, not particularly fashionable men who waited online outside to get an in-person glimpse of the product.
As for the fashionistas, the watch left them feeling less than psyched. As one Colette shopper said, “I think they should stick with what they know and do well. Not fashion.” Still, Apple had at it again last night at a 250-guest dinner, hosted by Azzedine Alaïa. Anna Dello Russo, Mick Jagger, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Salma Hayek and other attendees of note poured over the Apple Watch displays while sipping champagne.