“Sometimes to show a bit of fashion is even more sexy than to be totally naked,” says Carine Roitfeld in her alluring French accent. And she’s right: in the Pirelli 2015 calendar – which she styled – the retro pinup meets modern fetish outfits do contribute volumes to the sensuality of the finished product. This behind-the-scenes look a the Steven Miesel shot calendar gives you…
Oh, the Pirelli calendar. How many people in the world know more of the beautiful, semi-naked models and famed photographers that are drawn together annually than they do about the fact that Pirelli makes tires? The calendar is an event upon itself, and 2015 brings a fetish themed star-studded set of images photographed by Steven Meisel, and styled by Carine Roitfeld. Photos from the calendar…
Amanda Seyfried, Carine Roitfeld, Julia Restoin Roitfeld, Dalianah Arekion, and Mariano Ontañon are just few of the new additions to the line up of ambassadors for Givenchy’s fall / winter 2013 collection as lensed by Mert & Marcus. The luxurious brand has released the first imagery from their fall campaign, giving fashion followers something to look forward to.
After it was goodbye between Carine Roitfeld and Conde Nast, the world wondered what she’d do next. Not one to take a break, Roitfeld launched her own CR Fashion Book. But if that wasn’t enough to keep her busy, Hearst Magazine’s have now snapped her up as the Global Fashion Director of Harper’s Bazaar.
The Kate Upton phenomena continues, with the news that Upton is the cover star of Carine Roitfeld’s first CR Fashion Book. Roitfeld has themed the issue around ‘rebirth’, stating that the birth of her first Grandchild put babies on her brain.
Carine Roitfeld’s magazine, CR Fashion Book, will launch its debut issue on September 13, and while not much has been seen from inside the pages, this rather striking preview shot has been released. The mix of sombre and sexy, the Gothicism of the graveyard setting and the Parisian all-black, the bold burst of colour; it’s not hard to spy Roitfeld’s hand in the styling.
Playing the role of an elegant young starlet in the limelight, having to stay poised and gracious in front of a flurry of photographers, mustn’t be too much of a stretch for Mila Kunis. She is exactly that, after all. Only in the new campaign for Miss Dior, styled by Carine Roitfeld, she’s taking her style cues from the 1950s.
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It’s a classic Carine combination: something a bit casual and something distinctively dressy, worn together in unlikely harmony. For Paris fashion week it was Givenchy’s glittering sequin skirt pared back with an dark teal silk shirt.
Make no mistake: print media will always exist. It’s the individual titles that we currently read that may become a thing of the past. The uncertainty facing the stalwarts of old media has seen many a change and many a title fold over the past half-decade, and today swept through Australia’s magazine publishers.
Luxury fashion brands and houses continually represent more and more facets of fashion. Recently, Dior has expanded upon its jewellery offering with Dior’s Fine Jewellery designer Victoire de Castellane turning her hand to the My Dior collection.