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Lara Stone Channels Her Inner Bombshell for Glamour France (Forum Buzz)

Sit yourself down before you scroll any further. Lara Stone has delivered the goods once again, on the cover of the May 2014 issue of French Glamour, resembling a modern day Brigitte Bardot. This certainly wouldn't be the first time we've seen Lara channel the iconic French bombshell. On this particular cover, Lara's wearing an Azzedine Alaia top and is photographed by Nico. We couldn't really ask for more, could we?

IMAGE CREDIT: FASHIONSCANSREMASTERED.NET VIA TFS FORUMS

IMAGE CREDIT: FASHIONSCANSREMASTERED.NET VIA TFS FORUMS

We're also treated to several more wonderful images of Lara inside the issue. These pictures showcase Lara to her highest potential — just look at that face. It's no wonder the Dutch beauty recently signed with L'Oréal Paris.

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IMAGE CREDIT: FASHIONSCANSREMASTERED.NET VIA TFS FORUMS

Do yourself a favor and check out Lara's pictures inside the issue here.

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#CastMeMarc: Marc by Marc Jacobs Campaign Casting Via Hashtag on Twitter

Marc Jacobs — by which I mean not the celebrity designer, but the umbrella corporation which houses both the main brand and the Marc by Marc Jacobs sister line — is looking for models on Twitter. 

If I had to guess, I'd say that this initiative has little-to-nothing to do with finding a fresh new face to represent the label and practically everything to do with earning free social media buzz and Internet publicity.

Well you got me, Marc: It's working. You win. 

I'm writing a post about your stupid gimmicky stunt and hating myself a little for it — which in fashion terms, is mission accomplished, right? To get people to buy into whatever you're selling against their better judgment. Amazing. GENIUS BRAND.

Here: my cat wanted to participate and I don't know how to say no to him. Carl accepts all terms and conditions:

Carl the Cat CASTMEMARC photo for Marc Jacobs instagram and twitter campaign

Carl the Cat

[via HuffPoStyle]

 

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Henry Holland Designs Limited-Edition Ice Cream Dress for Magnum’s 25th Birthday

We’ve seen designers such as Karl Lagerfeld and Zac Posen collaborate with ice cream brand Magnum before, and now it’s the turn of London Fashion Week favourite Henry Holland.

The task at hand was to create a dress inspired by the Magnum Classic ice cream range to help to celebrate the brand’s 25th birthday. A dress almost good enough to eat, you might say!

Henry Holland Designs Limited-Edition Ice Cream Dress for Magnum's 25th Birthday

Henry Holland Designs Limited-Edition Ice Cream Dress for Magnum’s 25th Birthday

The exact inspiration for the dress reportedly comes from the moment when the chocolate cracks and reveals the ice cream from underneath. This is clearly demonstrated by the dress’ design aesthetics, as brown and vanilla sequin embellishment work together in order to emulate this effect. Plus, an interesting fact is that it actually took three months to create due to the fact that each sequin was applied by hand. 

To mark Magnum’s birthday, 25 copies of the limited-edition pointed collar shift dress will be given away on Magnum’s site. So, keep an eye out for the chance to snap up your own!   

Image: Henry Holland via Twitter

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Does Vogue Italia’s April Cover Spread Glamorize Violence Against Women, Take a Stand Against Domestic Abuse — or None of the Above?

Vogue Italia April cover where Issa Lish is wearing all white on a blood stained banister with her attacker nearby

Image: Steven Meisel for Vogue Italia via Vogue.It

In a feature which went up on The Independent yesterday, fashion editor Alex Fury grapples with the April Vogue Italia cover story which, according to editor Franca Sozzani, was created to raise awareness for domestic violence. (The spread was photographed by Steven Meisel and stars models Issa Lish and Natalie Westling.)

"How many women are every year attacked, abused and killed? You know, in a small country like Italy only last year [the figure] was 1,700 women and almost 130 that were killed, so it's huge: it's more than two women a week, you know, it's like a huge proportion, just killed," Sozzani tells Fury. "And so I said… why don't we give that message again, especially that the horror of life is bigger than the one that you can see in the movies. This is really a horror show, what we are looking at and what we see every day in every newspaper around the world is how fragile the woman still is today, and how she can be attacked, can be abused, can be killed.”

Fury suggests that it might be insensitive for a man (in this case, Meisel — who has photographed every single Vogue Italia cover since Sozzani became EIC) to create images depicting violence against women perpetrated by men.

"Questions are raised as to whether the images can avoid trivialising or glamorizing these issues," he writes of the publication's controversial editorials. 

Perhaps if these images really did get at the gruesome and yet relatively common horror of domestic abuse, it could seem inappropriate and exploitative that they were shot by a male photographer, for the glossiest of glossy fashion magazines. However, as it stands, the spread (which is available in full on Vogue.it) appears to have almost nothing to do with the purported issue, except that it involves male-on-female violence taking place in private residences.

I pretty much agree completely with commenter Mikel, posting to the issue's Forum thread: "After seeing the whole editorial, the 'glamorizing violence against women' thing planted by The Independent article seems rather silly and pointless. The entire editorial basically consists of perfectly executed stills from a horror movie and (spoiler alert) the women in the end are victorious in defeating their attacker."

See the full editorial (including a dreamy backstage video) on Vogue.it.

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Exclusive: See Bambi Northwood-Blyth and Dan Single’s Byron Bay Beach Wedding Reception

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Good weddings continue well after the cake has been cut, and great ones continue well into the next day.

The nuptials between one of Sydney’s coolest couples, model Bambi Northwood-Blyth and Ksubi founder Dan Single, were of course going to be a little unconventional. We now have visual evidence of that via photographer Kane Skennar’s visual essay of the sunny reception.

Featuring a guest list including model friends Erin Heatherton, Hannah Holman and various other people doing a stellar job of hiding their hangovers, the night segued into a Byron Bay beach bash complete with surfboards, bikes and a human pyramid. Try not to be jealous that it looks like way more fun than any weddings your fridge is currently reminding you to prepare for this summer.

Skennar’s complete visual diary of the wedding will feature exclusively in Russh Issue 57, The Escape Issue, which lands next Monday 7 April. In it you’ll also find features on rising stars Juliana Schurig and Zuzu Tadeushuk, new face of Thomas Sabo, Georgia May Jagger and American artist Georgia O’Keeffe

Check out our exclusive sneak peek:

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Juliana Schurig Appears On The Cover Of Russh (Forum Buzz)

Australian fashion magazine Russh chose an effortlessly beautiful shot of Juliana Schurig for its April/May 2014 cover. The model was captured by Ward Ivan Rafik on some sandy shores with styling by Anna Schiffel. The shoot was also a result of an eleven-page story which can be viewed here.

IMAGE CREDIT: MODELS.COM VIA TFS FORUMS

IMAGE CREDIT: MODELS.COM VIA TFS FORUMS

"Love this, one of their best covers in a long time," wrote KateTheGreatest.

Anlabe32 seemed pleased to see Schurig on the cover: "Juliana is just so pretty! Love her editorial as well, and the others are nice too."

"Juliana looks beautiful on the cover and in her edit," enthused justaguy.

From personal experience, I think Russh magazine is underrated when it comes to the magazine business. Their covers are minimal which is what forums members rave about in various other threads. I haven't experienced Russh first-hand, but the content looks very satisfying from the generous online contributions. I love how clean and effortless this particular cover is.

Be sure to check out the thread and get involved in the discussion here.

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