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Marion Cotillard Returns as the Face of Lady Dior, Photographed by Tim Walker

Image: WWD

Image: WWD

Marion Cotillard returns as the face of Lady Dior in a new ad, photographed by Tim Walker, which was posted this morning at WWD. Marking her fourth year as an ambassador for the leather goods brand, Cotillard poses against an arresting blue art piece. 

The campaign's fine art sensibility taps into what was one of the strongest themes to emerge at the Spring 2014 shows; Painterly touches appeared in several major collections including Chanel, Prada, Louis Vuitton — and yes, Dior

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Preview the ‘Andy Warhol @ Christie’s: The Entertainers’ Online-Only Auction

Christie's latest online-only auction includes more than 120 photographs, prints and drawings by Andy Warhol, celebrating the artist's lifelong involvement with performers and entertainers. Subjects of the work range from global superstars like Cher and Mick Jagger (both below) to fashion icons like Bill Cunningham and Brooke Shields

Andy Warhol @ Christie's: The Entertainers runs through October 30th, with opening bids starting at $1,000. Last month, Christie's ran another sale of works by Warhol (that one explicitly dealing with fashion and style) concurrently to New York Fashion Week. (We'll be talking to Christie's soon about the strategy behind the company's recent move into online-only sales, so stay tuned.)

Christie’s Puts Up Amazing Photos & Drawings By Andy Warhol (Available Only Online)

Dolly Parton by Andy Warhol (Lot 47)

Christie’s Puts Up Amazing Photos & Drawings By Andy Warhol (Available Only Online)

Cher by Andy Warhol (Lot 26)

Christie’s Puts Up Amazing Photos & Drawings By Andy Warhol (Available Only Online)

Dolly Parton and Olivia Newton-John (Lot 48)

Christie’s Puts Up Amazing Photos & Drawings By Andy Warhol (Available Only Online)

Mick Jagger by Andy Warhol (Lot 16)

Christie’s Puts Up Amazing Photos & Drawings By Andy Warhol (Available Only Online)

The Jacksons and Don King by Andy Warhol (Lot 49)


Julio Iglesias by Andy Warhol (Lot 51)

​All proceeds benefit the Warhol Foundation's grant-making programs in support of artists and non-profits.



All images courtesy Christie's

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Link Buzz: Karl Lagerfeld to Discuss His Views on Life at Paris University; Kate Moss Joins British Vogue

Image: IMAXtree

Image: IMAXtree

  • No, he's not taking a teaching gig, but Karl Lagerfeld is sitting down with the editor of Libération Next magazine at Sciences Po university in Paris, to discuss his views on life for an audience of 500 university students and 100 VIP guests. [WWD]
  • If you'd like to dress up as a Russian nesting doll for Halloween, I support your choices. [FabSugar]
  • That's less true if you're trying to buy one of the remaining Miley Cyrus VMA twerking outfits, but you know what they say: "Don't judge, lest one day you too get the desire to dress like you're gonna grind up against an oversized foam finger on national television." [SheFinds]
  • Christian Louboutin's new line of skin-toned pumps actually matches a variety of skin tones. [FashionBombDaily]
  • Allison Williams' hair idol is Jennifer Aniston or something. [BellaSugar]
  • Supermodel Kate Moss is joining British Vogue in a new capacity: As contributing fashion editor, Moss' first editorial for the publication will appear this spring. [Fashionologie]

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Catherine McNeil Smoulders in Kookaï for Harper’s Bazaar Australia

catherine-mcneil-kane-skennar-harpers-bazaar-australia-november-2013-3Another day, another case of Catherine McNeil being a smouldering glamazon. This time it’s for Harper’s Bazaar Australia’s November 2013 issue, in which she models the new Kookaï collection and inadvertently steals the thunder of cover girl and Australia’s Next Top Winner Melissa Juratowich.

As the new face of Kookaï, a role she usurped from fellow Australian model Nicole Trunfio, Catherine models moodier pieces of the brand’s new summer collection, which she recently shot the campaign for in Tulum and Mérida.

The Summer 2014 collection marks a new high-fashion direction for the brand, incorporating bold Aztec prints and glamazon skirts with risqué hem lengths. Though for those of us not so generously endowed in the leg length department, they’re probably still daytime-appropriate. There’s also plenty of leather and black, such as the mesh tank, cut-out swimsuit and hoochie chic dress featured in the shoot, which all reek of McNeil’s own personal style.

In the accompanying interview, she talks about her stellar season on the international Spring 2014 runways, where she walked a total of 22 shows, and of her two-year hiatus from modeling. But it’s free from any juicy revelations. “I did nothing. It was great. I moved to London and hung out,” she says, adding, “I’m a bit of a nerd and a homebody.” Well, hey, if we had Miles Langford at home we’d probably stay in pretty frequently too. 


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Jeremy Laing Spring 2014 at The ShOws

Marking the unofficial start of World Mastercard Fashion Week, The ShOws recently held court as a rare chance to catch Canadian designers who’ve moved on to bigger ponds. This week’s lineup included a buzzy guest list of such icons as Bellavance, Calla Haynes, Vancouver native Steven Tai and Toronto’s own Jeremy Laing, who really had it going on for Spring/Summer 2014.

Claiming notes of “90s summertime reminiscences,” Laing embraced what he calls a “street-but-sweet R&B influence” that included tone neon jumpsuits, ponchos and Bermuda shorts for spring. Colourful swirly prints engulfed billowing blouses and maxi dresses, while a key palette of pink, tangerine and baby blues were mashed together like a sickly sweet candy-store binge.

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Some looks screamed athletic apparel to me, while the long blue outerwear kind of gives off a hospital gown (or even prion jumpsuit) vibe, amiright? Elle Canada has gone so far as saying Laing’s “Spring 2014 line felt disjointed, veering from structured, bodycon pinstriped numbers to Dexter-style raincoats in one fell swoop.” Hmmm…

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The raincoats can only be described as a “Hell no” and I’ll also agree with Elle’s bodycon criticism – will this budget trend ever leave? Meanwhile, some of the more urban-influenced garbs simply looked like they’d been jacked from Rihanna’s closet, but one thing that was both pretty and wearable was the draped, fan-printed dresses, featuring a kaleidoscope of colour reminiscent of the NBC logo. Both dewy and fresh, I think this print was probably collaborator Julia Dault’s work – truly the star of the show – while I was also kind of digging the earthy tones of the geometric maxis (also her fabric design).

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Images: Imaxtree

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See This Year’s $10 Million Victoria’s Secret Fantasy Bra, Modeled on Candice Swanepoel

Image: Facebook/Victoria's Secret

Image: Facebook/Victoria

Ahead of the Victoria's Secret Fashion Show, which is scheduled to air on December 10, People StyleWatch got a preview of this year's iteration of the brand's "Fantasy Bra," a gem-encrusted emblem of our declining civilization. This year, it will be modeled by Candice Swanepoel, who is honored by the opportunity to wear $10 million worth of precious stones on her breasts on national television:

“They had to mold my body to be able to make [the bra], and I was really excited. I tried to imagine after they’d done the mold, how would they make it, how it would look. My imagination didn’t do it justice. My favorite part is this beautiful 52-carat pear-shaped ruby. Every part of it is exquisite.”

The last time one of Victoria's Secret's "Fantasy Bras" reached a double-digit value was in 2005, with the "Sexy Splendor Fantasy Bra" worn by Gisele Bundchen, which was worth $12.5 million. Since then, the highly-publicized undergarments have hovered ("modestly") near the $2-5 million range. According to the most recent report, from 2009, no one has ever purchased a fantasy bra. 

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