Miley Cyrus is on the cover of Harper's Bazaar's October Issue, proving that sometimes you get what you ask for, especially if you are the notoriously twerky daughter of famed country singer Billy Ray Cyrus. Photographed by Terry Richardson, Cyrus wears Burberry Prorsum, bright red stick-on nails and a guarded expression.
Today, in concert with label's London Fashion Week runway show, Peter Pilotto and Target revealed that they were in business together and were gearing up to launch a limited-edition range in Spring.
Peter Pilotto and Christopher De Vos (right) are the two designers behind the London-based brand, which was once a pioneer in the world of digital prints, now a ubiquitous trend. Like other Target collections, the capsule — comprised of women's apparel, accessories and swimwear — will err on the side of cheap, with most pieces set to retail for under $60.
How is this Target collaboration different from all other Target collaborations? One interesting development is that the mass market retailer is joining up with luxury e-commerce site Net-A-Porter, which will make the line available to international shoppers (a smart way to expand the market, for a partnership with a brand that has high fashion cache but little mainstream recognition) and, according to the press release, offer "a curated assortment of the limited-edition Target collection."
Cara Delevingne appears on the October cover of Vogue Australia, photographed by Benny Horn and styled by senior fashion editor Christine Centenera. Wearing an actual crown with a Burberry trench and one of the heavily-embellished Byzantine dresses from Dolce & Gabbana's Fall 2013 collection (the crown appeared along with other pieces shown on the same runway), Delevingne is named "fashion royalty" by the cover captions, which also proclaim she's been "Crowned Miss Cool." Yes, the overly literal and grandiose aspects of the cover are a teensy bit laughable, but despite it all, the styling comes together and the shot itself is great — surely one of Cara's best covers to date.
In the tFS Forums, littlekiki observed that the publication duplicated the same mangy beehive for the cover which first appeared on the Jacobs runway. Another board member, jeffandtheworld, suggested that the repeated styling was a shining example of "creativity" in the fashion industry.
This is Bullock's fifth Vogue cover; she last appeared on the front of the publication in October, 2006. You can see her previous covers here.
As anticipation builds ahead of the theatrical release of her Palme D'Or-winning film, Blue is the Warmest Colour star Léa Seydoux has been increasingly visible. In September, the French actress appeared without makeup on the Juergen Teller-lensed cover of Jalouse and fully naked on the front of LUI, shot by Mario Sorrenti. In October, she posed for one of W's two issue covers, photographed by Craig McDean. Also, she appeared in Glen Luchford's fall ads for Rag & Bone, alongside actor Michael Pitt.
And for The Gentlewoman's Fall cover, Seydoux was photographed by the promising young photographer, Zoe Ghertner. The biannual British fashion and culture publication appears on newsstands today.