Monday, January 30, 2012

FIRST LOOK: David Beckham's H&M Underwear Commercial

As if his campaign photos weren't sexy enough, H&M has decided to treat us with a commercial of David Beckham wearing his H&M skivvies. 

The arms! The six pack! And that stare! We're in love. 

What do you think?

Sunday, January 29, 2012

FIRST LOOK: Kylie and Kendall Jenner on the cover of Teen Vogue

Here's a sneak peek of Kendall and Kylie Jenner's Teen Vogue cover. Thoughts?

UPDATE: Kylie posted this on her website this morning:

"We are SOOO excited to finally reveal our Teen Vogue cover! This is such a dream come true for us! We love doing shoots together as sisters because we always have so much fun together. Do you guys like the cover? We shot it with Regan Cameron for the magazine’s March issue."

To see more photos and read their interview, click here

Friday, January 27, 2012

FIRST LOOK: Jessica Stam covers Harper's Bazaar Australia

Canadian supermodel Jessica Stam covers the March issue Harper's Bazaar Australia. Photographed by Victor Demarchelier, the 25-year-old is wearing a dress by Louis Vuitton.

Wednesday, January 25, 2012

FIRST LOOK: Karlie Kloss x Oscar de la Renta Spring 2012

Karlie Kloss stars in Oscar de la Renta's Spring 2012 campaign photographed by Craig McDean. 


Supermodel Kate Moss's next project? Fronting Mango's Spring/Summer 2012 campaign. 

This is the second time Moss will be working with the Spanish retail chain. She first worked with Mango when she appeared in a promotional video shot by Terry Richardson for Mango's fall 2012 runway show in Paris). It was so successful, that Mango decided to use Kate Moss as its brand image for the upcoming season.

"It's important that she is a fashion icon who is famous worldwide and widely recognized," a Mango spokesperson told WWD. "She must be a reference for the Mango target market in order for Mango to become an aspirational brand for all our customers."

For the current campaign, Moss joins forces with Terry Richardson once again, for print ads and a TV commercial called, "Spy Game."

"I'm really excited to be working with Mango for spring/summer 2012," said Moss. "We had a great time shooting the campaign. The team are so easy to work with, and shooting with Terry is always fun."

Though the full TV commercial has not yet been released, you can check out the preview below!

Victoria's Secret launches a high-end lingerie collection

Padded demi bra, $138; Dotted thong, $38
If you're one of those people who always covet the lingerie featured at the annual Victoria's Secret Fashion Show but can never seem to find it in stores, well you're in luck!

VS has launched its first high-end lingerie collection, which includes some of the key items that were featured in the show last November.

Named The Victoria's Secret Designer Collection, it includes a more grown-up fare from the usual fun, playful lingerie.

Think European-style baby dolls, see-through chiffons, garter belts, kimonos, and a merry widow corset.

The in-house designer collection is meant to replace the upscale designer brands featured on the main floor of Victoria's Secret stores, and to attract a more affluent and sophisticated consumer.

"We took it in-house because we have a design team that has such a passion for lingerie, and they differentiate Victoria's Secret from any other brand," said Ed Razek, president and chief marketing officer of Victoria's Secret.

But an upscale collection, means an upscale price tag.

Bras retail from $98 to $158, underwear and garter belts are $38 to $68, baby dolls and teddies are $158 to $218, the kimono $120, and the merry widow $298.

But, that doesn't seem to faze customers. Since the line's Tuesday launch, the collection has nearly sold out both online and in store.

Check out the collection below, and shop it here.

Balconet push-up bra, $158; Silk garterbelt, $68; Lace thong, $48

Balconet push-up bra, $148; Sparkle thong, $48; Sparkle garterbelt, $68.

Balconet babydoll, $198

Unlined balconet bra, $138; Sparkle thong, $48; Sparkle garterbelt, $68.

Chiffon babydoll, $198

Unlined demi bra, $138; Dotted thong, $38; Dotted garterbelt, $48

Ruffle babydoll, $168

Unlined demi bra, $98; Ruffle v-string, $48.

Unlined demi bra, $148; Tulle bikini, $68

Scalloped lace teddy, $148

Demi push-up bra, $138; lace bikini, $78

Sheer lace corset, $298

Sienna and Savannah Miller leave Twenty8Twelve

After six years actress Sienna Miller and sister, Savannah Miller are leaving Twenty8Twelve.

The two co-founded the brand back in 2007 and also served as its creative directors.

"We've had a brilliant six years at Twenty8Twelve and are now looking forward to new pastures. We wish the brand the best of luck for the future," the pair told WWD. 

The label will continue under the direction of its current design team, under the name Twenty8Twelve London, rather than Twenty8Twelve by S. Miller, as it was previously known.

The new collection will be shown at London Fashion Week, designed by Vanessa James and Elsa Elphick, two members of their original design team.

We already know that Sienna will be busy with her first child due later this year, but we're curious to know what's next for Savannah. Having studied design at Central St. Martins and worked with  Alexander McQueen and Matthew Williamson, we can only hope that her career in fashion will continue to flourish.