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WATCH: Pharrell Williams and Miley Cyrus in ‘Come Get It Bae’

Image: Columbia Records

Image: Columbia Records

It seems that besides funny hats, there is nothing Pharrell WIlliams enjoys more than watching attractive, multiethnic women dance for him. His last music video, “Marilyn Monroe” off his album G I R L, featured an array of hotties shaking their tail feathers. When you’ve got a good thing, you gotta run with it and so, Pharrell once again clings to the theme of beautiful dancing women for his latest music video for “Come Get it Bae,” featuring aspiring King of Diamonds dancer Miley Cyrus.

This time, Pharrell is seen recording the twirling girls on an old-timey camera, presumably a very important part of the mock auditions he’s depicting in the video. It would be creepy if it was anyone else. Of course, there’s just a little twerking action in the vid, but thankfully, it does not come from Ms. Cyrus, who’s already exhausted our tolerance on that tip. The “Wrecking Ball” singer offers her vocals, dance moves and, of course, ever-wagging tongue to the production, bopping alongside Pharrell through the entire video.

Love or hate these two chart-toppers, the song’s pretty catchy and the video is the perfect distraction on a Wednesday afternoon. Check it out below!

[h/t ONTD]

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The British Fashion Council & eBay Team Up for Limited-Edition Designer Collection

Anna Laub (PRISM) Alexis Barrell (Alexis Barrell) Caroline Rush (BFC) Melanie Smallwood (eBay) Philippa Thackeray (PAPER London-1

If you can spare a minute between shows this coming London Fashion Week, steer your smartphone to eBay.co.uk. The e-tailer has something special up its sleeves in celebration of the Spring 2015 collections — a limited-run collection produced by London’s top designers.

Produced in partnership with the British Fashion Council, the BFC Contemporary initiative will support emerging U.K. fashion labels through mentorship and sales opportunities. Here’s where you come in. The designers will create and sell exclusive wares through eBay’s first BFC Contemporary Shop, launching in September.

PRISM, Zoe Jordan, Georgia Hardinge, Alexis Barrell and PAPER London will each design a single item evoking the respective brand’s signature aesthetic. eBay users can shop those items during London Fashion Week, which means you’ll want to make use of those iPhone chargers tucked underneath the front row. There’s nothing like the instant gratification of scoring a pair of Anna Laub’s sunnies or a sculptural mini from Georgia Hardinge from your seat.

“Each of the inaugural BFC Contemporary designers possesses incredible creativity and strong brand concepts,” BFC CEO Caroline Rush said during a press breakfast announcing the program. “These designers mark a new wave in British contemporary design, the rise of which we aim to fuel with this new initiative.”

The designers—minus Jordan, who was unable to attend—mingled over plates of salmon and pastries during this morning’s launch at The Arts Club. Though their wares have yet to be revealed, the abundance of midi skirts in the room surely made an impression. Talk, meanwhile, fittingly centered around the various treasures guests had uncovered in their past eBay excursions.  

Hardinge recalled picking up a vintage sewing machine on the site, then revealed that her item would draw inspiration from the “sculptural shadows on buildings.”

Oh, and designers, take note. Applications for the 2015 BFC Contemporary initiative will soon be open to all.

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Kate Moss Returns for Stella McCartney’s Fall 2014 Ad Campaign (Forum Buzz)

The fall advertisements still continue to roll out and Stella McCartney‘s are the latest to land on our forums. McCartney brought back everyone’s favorite Brit model and long-term friend, Kate Moss, to front her latest collection, making this Kate’s seventh campaign for the label (Kate’s last appearance was Spring 2009). Photographed by Turkish duo Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott, Kate was shot in London for the fashion spots where she is seen posing against a studio backdrop with effortlessly styled hair and minimal makeup. According to WWD, McCartney styled the campaign herself, which showcases the brand’s new Cavendish handbag in one of the ads.

Ad Campaign Stella McCartney Fall 2014 Kate Moss Mert & Marcus

IMAGE CREDIT: WWD.COM VIA TFS FORUMS

Thus far within the ad campaign’s thread, forum members are delighted. “Very eye catching! Kate looks amazing!” posted Nepenthes.

“I really like her images with eyewear. She looks pretty good,” complimented catherine88.

MlleCoco shared the same positive sentiments and wrote, “I was craving for an editorial or a campaign with Kate!! Stella, Kate and M&M it’s a perfect combo!”

“Stella’s best campaign so far!” stated a very satisfied GIVENCHYlover.

Chanelcouture09 was in the same frame of mind: “This was a great surprise and Kate looks fantastic as per usual.”

See inside the thread to see Kate’s eyewear shots and then share your own opinion here. 

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Cate Blanchett Steps Out in a Graceful Elie Saab Couture Dress

Cate Blanchett Ellie Saab SK-II

Photo: ChinaFotoPress/ Getty

Cate Blanchett rarely steps a foot wrong when it comes to looking absolutely divine, and let’s be honest, the Australian actress’ porcelain complexion definitely helps her out. Cate’s outfit for this SK-II promotional event in Shanghai was no exception. She wore an elegant Elie Saab Spring 2013 Couture number in her role as the skincare’s ambassador.

The white lace, scalloped-hem pencil dress was styled perfectly with pointed nude heels, delicate diamond accessories and soft makeup. The 45-year-old never ceases to amaze with her classy, soft colour choices that always complement her blond locks and fair skin, plus age-appropriate hemlines and shapes. We’re giving Cate a big thumbs up for this effortless and refined look, because the woman seemingly always gets it right.

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Industrial Influences for SABA’s Spring 2015 Campaign

 

Saba Spring Summer 14 15 campaign

Photo: Roger Deckker/ SABA

Although SABA remains true to its signature style of modern simplicity and high-quality design, the brand’s new Spring 2015 range sees a broader, more directional aesthetic for the Australian label. The newest campaign perfectly encompasses SABA’s new path, with the brand’s first on-location shoot taking place at a remote container park in Sydney.

Highly-acclaimed UK photographer Roger Deckker, who has worked with a mix of prestigious fashion names and brands like Anna Wintour, Oasis, Lanvin and Dolce & Gabbana, photographed the industrial-themed shoot, with a result that is visually engaging surely due to its extreme, high-resolution effect.

With models that could easily be The Sims characters, thanks to the computerised feel of the campaign, the new season’s clothing looks slicker, brighter and better than ever on the incredibly stiff-looking talent. Think crisp silhouettes and fine pleating in greens, mustards, grays and whites with pops of metallic that manage to look super-sophisticated regardless of the shipping containers as a chosen backdrop. (more…)

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Christian Louboutin Would Like to Sell You $50 Nail Polish Now

Just when you thought nail art was on its way out, Christian Louboutin hops on the trend by introducing a new lacquer range, part of which is due to hit shelves at the Saks Fifth Avenue Manhattan flagship store and Louboutin boutiques today. The designer is launching Rouge Louboutin — a red polish in the fiery hue of his signature soles — ahead of the 30 other colors in the collection. The new shade will be celebrated with two U.S. launches, this one and another come August 6, when you’ll be able to find Rouge Louboutin at select Sephoras, Nordstroms, Bergdorf Goodmans and the rest of Neiman Marcus’ stores.  

But before you rush to your nearest Louboutin boutique to pick up the polish, make sure your wallet’s got the necessary reinforcements. A single bottle will set you back a whopping $50 — that’s over $20 dollars more than a bottle of Chanel Le Vernis ($27), and Chanel’s already considered one of the more expensive nail polish brands. What’s in Louboutin’s bottles that makes his concoctions worth $50? Diamond dust? The secret to eternal youth? (more…)

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