The one thing Kylie Jenner, Bella Hadid and Lottie Moss have in common — besides money, fame and gorgeous looks — is that they all have famous big sisters (the Kardashian/Jenner clan, Gigi Hadid and Kate Moss, respectively). They each know what it means to step out of their sister’s shadow and create a legacy all their own.
The three beauties posed for a dreamy Vogue editorial and filmed several must-see behind-the-scenes video. In one clip, they played a hilarious game of “Shag, Marry, Kill.” Their latest video features an insightful conversation about sisterhood and adorable childhood photos. Check their #TeamLittleSis chat above.
Iconic advertising campaigns are often incredibly hard to surpass, but Yves Saint Laurent gave it a go by releasing a whole new series of images for its classic Opium fragrance. Emily Blunt served as the last face of the scent and now YSL ushers in a model to front the seductive perfume, originally launched back in 1977. Aussie stunner Abbey Lee fronts the fresh campaign and poses in a dark atmosphere, having an intimate moment captured before the lens of Gregory Harris.
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Our forum members were left divided in their opinions. “Opium adverts just keep on getting worse. This looks like a junkie collapsed in a back alley on a bunch of rags after inhaling from a stolen aerosol, not a woman on a hedonistic (and expensive) journey of the senses,” exclaimed a more than underwhelmed tigerrouge the moment the image dropped.
“We can’t even see her face. I wouldn’t have known it was her,” added khyrk in agreement. (more…)
As the most valuable celebrity ambassador of 2015, Kendall Jenner is raking in big bucks for sponsored posts. According to former casting director Frank Spadafora, Kendall (and BFFs Cara Delevingne and Gigi Hadid) can make up to $300,000 for a single post. “The three most highly ranked supers on social — Kendall Jenner, Cara Delevigne, and Gigi Hadid, in descending order — are currently valued between $125,000 and $300,000 for a single post across their portfolio,” the D’Marie Archive CEO told CR Fashion Book. Mouth, meet floor.
Lily Aldridge seems to be doing just fine for herself in the modeling industry right now. She was just announced as one of the faces of Stuart Weitzman, took to the pages of Vogue Paris back in September and has just scored the front cover of Vogue Spain. We haven’t been afraid to call out the Spanish title in the past and it seems as though our forums will continue to do so in 2016. Getting off to an uncertain start, Lily was shot wearing Carolina Herrera by photographer Ezra Petronio as she leans back on a flashy sports car, giving us escort chic.
Members of our forums were not afraid to let loose. “The photography is awful. Why is Vogue Spain so obsessed with cars and the high-class escort look?” asked a disapproving kokobombon.
“It looks dated, boring and more fitting for a supplement cover. Where’s the power a Vogue cover should exude?” replied an underwhelmed MON. (more…)
Gigi Hadid on the Tommy Hilfiger Spring 2016 Runway via WENN
Gigi Hadid is having the best year ever. She walked in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show, posed nude for Stuart Weitzman and was named one of fashion’s most influential celebrities. She’s ending 2015 with a bang, landing a major deal with Tommy Hilfiger. Hadid was announced as the global ambassador for Tommy Hilfiger’s Womens line, starting with the Fall 2016 season. Gigi has walked in the brand for several seasons so this appointment was a long time coming.
As part of her exclusive partnership, Hadid will design her first capsule collection for the brand in collaboration with Tommy Hilfiger. Get ready for sportswear, shoes, accessories and a fragrance all with Hadid’s one-of-a-kind spin. Tommy gushed about Gigi in a press release, revealing he’s known her family “for years” and crowning her the quintessential Tommy Girl: “She is truly the definition of today’s ‘Tommy Girl’ – her magnetic personality is bright and always optimistic, and her style is confident, effortless and cool.”
As for the collection itself, the supermodel tells fans to expect a bit of everything: “There are styles that are really hippie-chic, styles that are sporty streetwear, and styles that are tomboy but girly,” she said, adding, “Everyone is going to love a different part of it.” Hadid joins a long list of iconic Tommy Girls including Beyoncé, Kate Hudson, Naomi Campbell, Alexa Chung and Aaliyah. Congrats, Gigi!
One of the biggest complaints about the plus market is the lack of options for trendy shoppers. Full-figured women want to experiment with trends just like everyone else but often plus-size brands just stick to the basics. Three new clothing lines are promising uniquely stylish pieces for the plus-size woman.
Beth Ditto, the Gossip lead singer who walked in Marc Jacobs Spring 2016, is debuting her first-ever plus-size collection, Voguereports. Launching in February, the eponymous line will cater to women sizes 14 to 30. Ditto is no stranger to the fashion industry: she walked for Jean Paul Gaultier Spring 2011, designed a capsule collection for Evans and inspired a makeup range for MAC Cosmetics. She’s also a style icon in her own right, lauded for her fun and fearless approach to dressing for the red carpet. Ditto teamed up with Gaultier for the first offering from her line: a T-shirt bearing the cone bustier Madonna made famous with actual corset laces in the back. We’re obsessed.