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Victoria Beckham’s Vogue Australia Cover Looks Like Every Other Victoria Beckham Cover (Forum Buzz)

Last month, Vogue Australia jumped on the Kendall Jenner bandwagon, which did not go over well with our forums. Now, in an attempt to get back in our good graces, forum favorite Victoria Beckham serves as the mag’s November cover star. No stranger to Vogue (and fresh off the cover of British Vogue), Victoria was shot in profile by Boo George for an almost iconic-looking image. The Estée Lauder collaborator looks beautiful with a messy updo hairstyle, a killer smoky eye and a crisp white shirt.

Vogue Australia November 2016 : Victoria Beckham by Boo George


Although the cover ultimately generated a mixture of feedback, our forums were full of admiration at first glance. “Oh wow, that’s gorgeous. Very clean and sleek. Also love the silver masthead,” praised a delighted dodencebt.

“Victoria books more Vogue covers than working models. I do love the photo and the silver masthead,” agreed RanThe. (more…)

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Top Models Come Together for Peter Lindbergh’s Stunning Vogue Italia Portfolio (Forum Buzz)

Regrettably, it’s a non-Meisel month for Vogue Italia and the publication has compensated by giving us a huge portfolio by photographer Peter Lindbergh for October 2016. In true Italian Vogue fashion, we can choose from three unique multi-covers this month, with Lindbergh delivering a trio of black and white covers to mark the occasion. Shot on location on the bustling streets of New York, a whole host of faces including Isabeli Fontana, Carolyn Murphy and Milla Jovovich storm the sidewalks of the city in the cinematic cover images.

Vogue Italia October 2016 by Peter Lindbergh


Members of our forums were head over heels. “STUNNING image, perhaps the only non-Meisel issue I’ve loved since other photographers started shooting covers,” sounded off marsnoop2.

“I am pleased! Thrilled to see Isabeli Fontana’s second cover for VI since her debut August 2014 cover. Even though it’s not by Meisel I am happy that Lindbergh captured an inviting cover. It is nice to see real woman models,” applauded Boudoir. (more…)

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Anja Rubik Is Unrecognizable as the Face of Michael Kors Resort 2017 (Forum Buzz)

Michael Kors sure does have a thing for blondes, with the likes of Sasha Pivovarova and Natasha Poly being cast as faces for the brand lately. Now it’s Anja Rubik’s turn as she lends her beauty to Michael Kors’ recently-unveiled advertising campaign for Resort 2017. Still insisting on showing us how the other half live, Anja is shot sitting very comfortably in the back of a luxurious boat with photographer Mario Testino at hand to capture the idyllic moment.

Michael Kors Collection Resort 2017 : Anja Rubik by Mario Testino


Our forum members made their opinions toward the campaign clear. “Same old, same old but I like the model choices: Natasha, Sasha now Anja,” approved kokobombon the moment the campaign dropped.

“It looks like we’ll just have to make peace with it, this formula will never change. Apparently it sells in America? Not sure if it’s just me, but the images are getting more tolerable. It’s effective in the way that it makes his clothes look vaguely interesting,” Benn98 chimed in. (more…)

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Prepare to Fall in Love With the Diversity-Themed Kenzo x H&M Lookbook

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Artist and DJ Juliana Huxtable for Kenzo x H&M; Image: Oliver Hadlee Pearch/H&M

Chances are by now you’ve had at least one tiger stripe-filled glimpse at the forthcoming Kenzo x H&M collection. When designers Carol Lim and Humberto Leon produce a collaborative line, they often use their creations to celebrate a pivotal fashion moment, past or present. In this case, that moment is the diversity upswing.

Today, the brands released the full Olivier Hadlee Pearch-lensed Kenzo x H&M lookbook and the theme of diversity is evident not only in the eclectic cast of characters modeling the collection, but in the clothes themselves.

Lim and Leon tapped a throng of cool creatives — don’t worry, we won’t call them “real people” — to model their statement-making menswear and womenswear looks. Writer and activist Amy Sall, shutterbug Youngjun Koo, artist and DJ Juliana Huxtable (yet another transgender woman killing it in the entertainment industry), musician and performance artist Oko Ebombo, LOVE magazine editor Harriet Verney, makeup artist Isamaya Ffrench, musician Anna of the North, model and rapper Le1f and professional models Mae Lapres, Hao Liu, Selena Forrest, Tom Gaskin, Julia Banas and Pierre Painchaud all stepped before Pearch’s camera.

The clothes beyond complement this talented cast. The eternally fashion-forward creative directors have given us a range that’s full of Spring 2017’s greatest hits — print collisions, voluminous sleeves, ruffles galore, unconventional bags, paperbag-waist pants — alongside various cross-cultural pieces. (more…)

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Warning: Alexa Chung Is About to Make UGGs Cool Again

A behind-the-scenes shot of Alexa Chung overseeing UGG's latest campaign shoot.

Who wouldn’t wear those slippers (around the house)?; Image: UGG

If you’re a card-carrying Crocs, Teva or Ugg devotee — or if you keep your love hidden away for fear of being excommunicated from the Church of Fashion — this is your year. In March, Opening Ceremony released its third collaboration with Teva, which saw the erstwhile dad shoe in satin and platform iterations. Then, for Spring 2017, Christopher Kane sent Crocs down his runway. Charm-accessorized Crocs, to be exact. Now, the third member of the (seemingly) universally disliked shoe trifecta is poised to make its triumphant return, thanks to one Ms. Alexa Chung.

Chung, whose eponymous fashion label will (finally) launch this March, was recently named art director for UGG — the company’s first-ever creative brand partnership. Chung oversaw the Australian footwear retailer’s latest campaign, which will spotlight the classic 2.0 boot (some of) the fashion set hates to love. (more…)

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Lara Stone May Have Just Given Vogue Turkey Its Best Cover in a Very Long Time (Forum Buzz)

Lara Stone’s last Vogue cover wasn’t exactly…great. Our forums were far from thrilled and had expected a whole lot more from the model. However, she’s back on the cover of Vogue Turkey for October (her second). Photographed by Liz Collins against a brick wall, Lara works a black lacquered jacket by Louis Vuitton, her hair in a messy fishtail pony and sporting a killer smoky eye.

Vogue Turkey October 2016 : Lara Stone by Liz Collins


Members of our forums shared mixed feelings toward the cover. “The first Vogue Turkey issue after a very very very long time that I feel the urge to buy. This is so good. The rawness of the photo is so perfect. I love the gold logo, and how it intertwines with her,” admired a more than delighted MON.

“Much better than her current Vogue Netherlands cover. I love the styling and brick wall,” expressed kokobombon, sharing the same positive attitude. (more…)

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