The Rag & Bone DIY Project is unconventional – it gives the model the absolute freedom in terms of styling, leaving her to arrange her own photoshoot.
Exclusive V Magazine‘s black and white images with sculpturial models shot by photographer Rad Hourani.
Discover the Gold, Red and Light Harmonies of Les Scintillances de Chanel. A complexion sculpted in ivory, shimmering eyes, vibrant red lips and nails. The promise of radiant beauty.
Harrods unveil their Christmas display revealing an enchanted crystal forest. On each floor select goods are customized and in the beauty department some classic products have been embellished with the Swarovski luxe.
Shaggy coats, shearling jackets and wool gilets. It’s time to get tactile as outerwear turns textured for winter.
For the Heros issue V Magazine, Lara Stone dresses up as a pink haired Elizabeth Taylor, strutting her stuff for legendary photographer Mario Testino, in a fashion editorial titled Big Girls Need Big Diamonds.
For decades Nas has been proving his talents as one of the greatest rappers alive – a living legend that outshines even the most popular titans of the genre today. From his first verse on the 1992 track “Live at the BBQ” to his plans for an upcoming 2012 album, we take a look back at the career that continues to reshape the rap game as the world sees it.
Oscar de La Renta knows that fragrance is about who you are, not about what celebrity is pushing it. So, he has created a beautiful scent that women will wear for years to come.
McQ announces the opening of the McQ flagship store in Spring 2012 and a debut show at London Fashion Week.
It’s quite disturbing that one of the countries that I love the most, that supports & breathes fashion perhaps more than the city we reside in (New York City) are banning one of Hailee Steinfeld’s Miu Miu ads.
New Zealand born Make Up/Hair Artist Michael Ashton is certainly leaving his mark on the international fashion, beauty and celebrity circuits. Ashton, now residing in London, has traveled his way around the globe working on almost every high-end Fashion Week show imaginable.
The first exhibition to consider Buckminster Fuller’s Bay Area design legacy, this presentation will feature 65 of some of Fuller’s most iconic projects alongside those by local designers inspired by his oeuvre.
Headlining the week’s festivities, Roberto Cavalli showcased his Spring/Summer 2012 collection on Monday, November 21st.
Heiress, muse and fashion icon Daphne Guinness is the latest to hop on the MAC Cosmetics capsule collection bandwagon.
Dita Von Teese Lingerie Collection, Von Follies by Dita Von Teese, Launching Exclusively at Target Australia
Barneys New York, the luxury specialty retailer, opens GAGA’S WORKSHOP and unveils its holiday windows.
If you’re about done hearing so much about Versace these days, well… Get over it, because there’s a hell of a lot more where that came from.
With the accelerated advents in technology, social media outlets in particular, the general public is becoming more and more acquainted with the real people behind the big fashion labels.
Incase and The Andy Warhol Foundation have released a new series of designs for the holiday season.
When world-renowned fashion designer Donna Karan’s husband, Stephan Weiss, was dying of lung cancer in 2001, she was distressed that there was no place in the New York hospital that offered yoga and other meditative therapies to ease his suffering.
Miranda Kerr photographed by Terry Richardson for Terry Richardson’s Diary
The collection was not without its interspersed winners – the raffia work was astonishing, particularly in those long sheered skirts banded in leather – the collection’s best offerings for sure, but the overall feeling felt borrowed, displaced.
As one of four covers for The Fantasy Issue this one shot by Elena Rendina is by far my favorite. Free, as always with her signature pink hair meets the viewer with a confrontational gaze, eyes beautifully defined by make-up artist Thomas De Kluyver.
The first major museum exhibition to focus on themes of gender and sexuality in modern American portraiture, HIDE/SEEK: Difference and Desire in American Portraiture brings together more than one hundred works in a wide range of media, including paintings, photographs, works on paper, film, and installation art.