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A Blonde Aymeline Valade is Numéro’s May Cover Girl (Forum Buzz)

Over the weekend, the latest from French title Numéro surfaced on the forums. The May 2014 cover features Aymeline Valade wearing a red Dolce & Gabbana dress, photographed by Txema Yeste. Valade (who debuted her blonde hair during fashion week) is seen posing against a saturated backdrop, a perfect complement to the "exotique" cover line.

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"One of the few times where her blonde hair doesn't bother me," wrote Marc10.

Although |PerfectTonight| disagreed: "Blond doesn't suit her at all!"

"YES! Aymeline + saturated colors + Exotique = I'M IN!" wrote an enthused miguelalmeida.

"Nice to see Aymeline on the cover and love the colours and she looks gorgeous!" agreed visualoptimism.

Nepenthes was also head over heels for the cover: "Aymeline looks absolutely glorious. I love Yeste's saturated style."

As was Kanna, who was pleased to see Txeme Yeste shoot the cover: "Finally an impressive cover came out in a long time from Numéro. I'm happy for it. Aymeline looks sensual yet classy and the photo itself is well-suited for the theme of the issue. Exotic. Txema Yeste is the only photographer I like among the ones who newly joined Numéro."

"Everything in this picture looks sooo good ! Aymeline made a great job here. Styling and background amazing!" wrote Emmanuelle.

I used to absolutely love French Numéro but I have found their issues to be disappointing for a number of years now. Let's hope this particular issue holds some promise. Want to add your two cents? Join the discussion here.

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Link Buzz: How Has Beyonce Influenced Style?

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  • In the wake of her recent Time magazine cover, let's get down to the details: how has Beyonce influenced style? [FabSugar]
     
  • Vanessa Friedman pens her last column as fashion editor of the Financial Times (she is headed to The New York Times, to replace fashion critic Cathy Horyn, who stepped down earlier this year). [FinancialTimes]
     
  • Buzzfeed asked 25 companies whether they would consider working with Terry Richardson; only five companies bothered to send back a response. [Buzzfeed]
     
  • Here is an eye makeup tutorial based on zodiac signs. [BellaSugar]
     
  • Would you like to know more about the signature cocktails served at Freds, the Barneys restaurant? Of course: "This a great drink for springtime. The grass vodka that we use is very good. The ladies who lunch love to order this drink." [TheWindow]
     
  • "The Other Woman: A Shit Sandwich Wrapped In Shit, Lovingly Placed In A Bag Made Entirely of Shit" [TheStranger]
     
  • Friends and associates of Kate Moss talk about what it is that makes her so special. [Nowness]

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Livia Firth Calls on Consumers to Recognize the ‘Real People’ Behind Cheap Fashion

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Speaking at the Copenhagen Fashion Summit, a 1000-person conference on sustainability which took place last Thursday, Livia Firth called out fast fashion brands for ignoring the human cost of cheap clothing manufacturing: “If fast fashion didn’t exist, we wouldn’t need a summit in Copenhagen,” she said, according to WWD

Firth is the creative director of Eco-Age, a consultancy which helps companies develop sustainable strategies, and the founder of Green Carpet Challenge, a project which aims to bring ethical design to the red carpet. 

From WWD:

"Citing high-street retailers as key to cracking the sustainability conundrum, Firth berated them for a slovenly approach to basic human rights through the inhumane speed, bulk and price at which garments are produced…

Consumers have become adept at '[divorcing] the clothes we buy from the fact that living, breathing people make them,” meaning the key to change lies in 'reconnection and recognition that the supply chain is comprised of real people,' she said."

Related: Watch: Who Really Made Your Clothes? Elettra Wiedemann Stars in ‘Handprint’

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theFashionSpot’s 10 Best Articles of the Week

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  1. Top 5 Trends from Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia Spring 2014 — While we’re all about the continued international trajectories of Dion Lee, Sass & Bide and Zimmermann, the result is a schedule heavy on emerging talents. 
     
  2. Our Favorite Pieces from Coco Rocha’s Guest Collection for BaubleBar — Check out our favorite pieces from Coco Rocha x BaubleBar.
     
  3. Michelle Phan Talks Success, Her New Book and Miley Cyrus at the Unleash YouTube Event — We chatted with Michelle Phan and got the details on her new book, Make Up Your Life.
     
  4. Amazing Spring Dresses Spotted on the World’s Top Street Style Stars — The best spring dresses as worn by stylish Fashion Week showgoers.
     
  5. Cover Of The Year? Doutzen Kroes for Vogue Japan’s June Issue (Forum Buzz) — Dutch beauty Doutzen Kroes is featured in this issue, photographed by Patrick Demarchelier in a dress from Miu Miu's spring 2014 collection.
     
  6. Where to Spend (and Where to Save) on This Season’s Top Trends — Style experts tell us which spring trends are worth splurging on and which aren't.
     
  7. Making Art Out of Everyday Objects: Designer John Patrick Interviews Artist Victor Castro — As our April guest editor, designer John Patrick interviewed Victor Castro, a Mexican artist whose conceptual sculptures deal with issues of sustainability and the environment.
     
  8. How I Got To Be…Style.com Market Director with Marina Larroude — Future fashion editors, take note: Marina Larroude is your mentor, a woman with great depth, intelligence and passion for this industry.
     
  9. The Second Weekend of Coachella Fashion Out-Bohos the First — Check out these crazy, only-at-Coachella outfits as we bid a fond farewell to the festival’s 2014 edition.
     
  10. Runway to Real Life: Emma Stone in Chanel, Solange Knowles in Acne Studios and More (Forum Buzz) — From fashion events to movie premieres, actresses and songstresses alike put their own twist on runway looks.

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Cara Delevingne to Show off Her Acting Chops in the Upcoming ‘Pan’ Movie

Cara Delevingne at the 2014 ELLE style awards

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Cara Delevingne's Hollywood dreams are quickly coming true. Since she sprung onto the scene, the model has been very open about her silver screen aspirations. She's already had her share of acting gigs, appearing in the 2012 flick Anna Karenina. According to iMDb, she's got three more movies coming up, Kids in Love, The Face of an Angel and Tulip Fever, the latter of which was just recently announced. 

Today we learned from Deadline Hollywood that the buzzy model has been cast in Pan, an Peter Pan origin story. Delevingne will appear alongside Rooney Mara (Tiger Lilly), Hugh Jackman (Blackbeard), Amanda Seyfried (Mary), Levi Miller (Peter Pan) and Garrett Hedlund (Hook). 

It's not a major role, but anything's better than that Fendi fashion film she did last year.

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Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty is Coming to London!

After all the Facebook pleas, petitions and cries from those who couldn’t make it to the glorious exhibition at the Met Gallery in New York, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty is FINALLY coming to London! What's even more exciting is that the tickets went on sale today.

The exhibition will be housed at the Victoria and Albert museum, opening March 14, 2015 and running until June 19.

Judging by the success of the exhibition in its first home at the Met, it will be worth buying up your ticket fast to see Lee McQueen’s masterpieces displayed in his home town. When it opened in New York in 2011, the original run was extended by a week and the show was the eighth most popular show in the Met's history with 661,509 visitors.

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Images from Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty in 2011 (image: WENN)

The director of the V&A, Martin Roth, was pleased to break the news yesterday. "I am thrilled to announce that the V&A will bring this wonderful exhibition to London to celebrate the extraordinary creative talent of one of the most innovative designers of recent times. Lee Alexander McQueen was brought up in London, studied here and based his globally successful McQueen fashion brand here–by staging the exhibition at the V&A it feels like we are bringing his work home."

The exhibition tells the story of McQueen's incredible work, documenting everything from the 1992 MA graduate show that was famously bought up in its entirety by Isabella Blow, to his final collection for Fall 2010 which was unfinished after his tragic death on February 11, 2010. Not often does the world truly recognise the talent of a fashion designer, but McQueen never failed to amaze and inspire. Having this incredible body of work on show in London will no doubt reinvigorate the country's admiration for the humble visionary.

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Images from Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty in 2011 (image: WENN)

Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty is supported by American Express in partnership with Swarovski. Entry is £16 with concessions available.

 

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