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Justin Bieber Is Now a Calvin Klein Underwear Model

Just when you were thinking, “I would be OK for the rest of my life without seeing Justin Bieber’s shirtless torso ever again,” here comes Calvin Klein to dash your dreams.

The lifestyle brand tweeted a video of a young (of course shirtless) man playing the drums, whose silhouette looks a lot like Justin Bieber. The final shot is of a tattooed fellow pulling a woman towards him, and those tats are undeniably Justin’s.

Bieber just posted some images from the Mert and Marcus-shot campaign to his Facebook page, saying, “It begins.” So it appears that there will be a lot more images of the 20-year-old musician serving a kind of quizzical, smoldering concern that can only be rivaled by Jaden Smith. Biebs also appears in ads with Lara Stone, who has the singer ensnared in a topless embrace.

Bieber tells WWD that he’s been “a longtime fan of the brand and have worn their jeans and underwear for a while, so this is kind of like a dream come true. This is the beginning of an exciting new year for me personally and professionally and being a part of this campaign has been a fantastic opportunity and experience.” (more…)

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Du Juan Lands Her 12th Cover of Vogue China (Forum Buzz)

We’re well aware that fashion magazines often have favorite cover subjects (Kate Moss on British Vogue and Alessandra Ambrosio on Vogue Brazil) and it appears as though Du Juan is Vogue China’s cover model of choice. The magazine just handed the Chinese model her 12th cover as she graces the February 2015 issue by Daniel Jackson. Du Juan was shot against a neutral gray backdrop decked out in threads from Burberry Prorsum. (Does that hat truly go with that dress, though?)

Vogue China February 2015 Du Juan


Leave it to our forum members to give us their honest and sometimes brutal opinions. “How lovely, she looks cute,” commented Miss Dalloway, clearly a fan of Vogue China’s February cover.

“She looks very cute indeed,” responded TeeVanity in agreement.

Benn98 was in favor of the cover, too: “I love it, it’s much better than US Vogue‘s take on that Burberry hat. Very happy for Du Juan who may have 12 covers now, but over a long period. That’s way better than booking her year after year. Didn’t know Daniel Jackson is shooting covers for VC.”

Also sharing the same sentiments was narcyza: “It’s nice and simple. The palette of colors is perfect for [the] cover. Really cute. Good month for Vogue China.”

But not everyone was feeling it. “Extremely boring… everything,” posted anlabe32.

GlamorousBoy most certainly wasn’t a fan of the magazine’s efforts this month and wrote, “Booooring to death… how tacky to use that beautiful dress this boring way.”

Do you think Vogue China made the best use of Du Juan and the Burberry Prorsum dress? Tell us what you think here.

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Surprise! Celine’s Latest Campaign Star Is Joan Didion

Looks like the trend of using older campaign stars in fashion isn’t going away anytime soon, and we’re definitely not complaining. Celine’s latest ad campaign features none other than 80-year-old Joan Didion, legendary writer and resident badass.

Image: Céline

Image: Celine

Didion, shot by Juergen Teller, is pictured in the brand’s simple yet arresting aesthetic, clad in a black high-collar knit and a pair of oversized sunglasses. You can’t see her eyes, but somehow you can feel them piercing behind those dark lenses. A long necklace with a sculptural golden disc charm adds a metallic pop to complete the look. Not bad for an octogenarian.

Daria Werbowy, we don’t miss you one bit.

[via Vogue]

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Jourdan Dunn Discusses Racism in Modeling with Vogue UK, Irony Is Lost on No One

Image: WENN

Image: WENN

Tall, leggy, thin — Jourdan Dunn has a body plenty of women would kill for. But, as they say, the grass is always greener and Jourdan wasn’t always so happy with the way she looked. The Vogue U.K. cover star told the magazine that it is still sometimes strange to hear that people are envious of her physique. “I get uncomfortable when I read comments saying, ‘I wanna look like you, I wish I had your body,'” she said. “When I was growing up I didn’t love myself, or like what I saw in the mirror. Curves are celebrated in Caribbean culture, so I felt the odd one out. So my message is: be happy and love yourself.”

Jourdan also discusses the topic of racism in fashion. Ironic for a magazine that took 12 years to feature a black professional model solo on its cover. “It’s hard being a model regardless, and then being a black model. I have heard, ‘Oh, we haven’t shown any black models this season.’ So blasé… It’s messed up.” Indeed.

Maybe Vogue U.K. will take Jourdan’s words to heart and start thinking about featuring a more diverse group of women on its covers in 2015 and beyond. 

[via Vogue UK]

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Model to Watch: Anaïs Gallagher Fronts Accessorize’s Tween Campaign

Anaïs Gallagher, the 14-year-old daughter of rock star Noel Gallagher of Oasis and the beautiful Meg Matthews, is ready to give Cara Delevingne a run for her money. She has been signed to Select Model Management since the age of 11 and also knows a thing or two about promoting herself on social media. Counting Kate Moss’ and Sadie Frost’s daughters amongst her close friends, do we sniff a new London Brat Pack in the making?

We’re pretty sure that she’s destined for big things and with the announcement that she has landed Accessorize’s latest tween campaign, Anaïs is heading in the right direction. She’s not only the face of the new STAR collection but has also curated the shoot. (more…)

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LVMH Is Taking Applications for Young Fashion Designers Prize

Thomas Tait, last year's LVMH winner. Image: Getty Images

Thomas Tait, last year’s LVMH winner. Image: Getty Images

It’s back! Starting today, LVMH is accepting applications for its second-ever Prize for Young Fashion Designers. At stake is €300,000 and a yearlong mentorship courtesy of the luxury conglomerate. 

Last year’s winners include Hood by Air, Miuniku and Thomas Tait, who took home top honors out of 1200 applicants in the first go-round of the competition. Now, LVMH is looking for another crop of young designers, with the help of LVMH bigwigs Delphine Arnault, Jean-Paul Claverie and Pierre-Yves Roussel, as well as creative directors Nicolas Ghesquière, Humberto Leon and Carol Lim, Phoebe Philo, Marc Jacobs, Karl Lagerfeld, Raf Simons, Riccardo Tisci and Jonathan Anderson.

From today until February 8, up-and-coming designers under the age of 40 can apply if they’ve already showed and sold at least two ready-to-wear collections. Recent fashion school grads are also up for their own honor; three lucky, talented young bucks will win €10,000 and work on an LVMH design team for a year. Applications are open for this particular prize from today until May 3. 

At the start of March, 10 finalists will be chosen for the award and in June the winner will be announced. Head over to LVMH’s dedicated prize site to enter and learn more about the competition.

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