Just in time for the weekend comes a 35 second spot for the Gucci Resort 2012 campaign featuring Ford’s Karmen Pedaru.
We have been hip to Lara Mullen since Alexander Wang and Thursday the Northamptonshire, England native got her due on The Cut. The Cut‘s James Lim had a chance to speak with Lara for the “Meet the New Girl” series about how Gisele Bündchen made a last minute rescue at Givenchy when the young model’s heel broke, her Prada exclusive, and Cadbury Crunchy Bars amongst others.
Ford Men’s Isaac Carew of London is in New York for the month and speaks with Damien Neva about his latest campaigns for Hermès and Swatch, his week in China walking for Z Zegna and Hermès, his views on the London 2012 Olympics, Twitter, and more.
Today is the second Thursday of October and that can mean only one thing, it’s Men’s Week at WWD! The industry newspaper reports on the menswear retail forecasts for spring and in doing so makes no small use of Ford Men’s Frederik Tölke.
The last time the words Numéro, Greg, and Kadel appeared on this page they concerned a cover story in said French publication featuring Ford’s Karmen Pedaru, impeccably styled ensembles, and a variety of seed bearing plants with brightly colored petals. Subtract the flowers and gorgeous Estonian model and add the French word for man and the result is today’s Numéro Homme 22 story featuring Ford Men’s Paolo Anchisi.
Ford’s Sigrid Agren can be seen in the beauty feature of Vogue Italia ottobre 2011 photographed by Sølve Sundsbø. The pictures are styled by Patti Wilson and make canny use of water droplets.
It was green at Gucci, flowy at Chloé, and clutch at Valentino. Snakeskin slid into several major shows for Fall; off the runway, it adds a textured pop to any look, even in a trompe l’oeil print. Get über-exotic in all-over skin, or hint at your wild side with serpentine accessories. Click through to see all the possibilities.
That this story appearing in V73 has been out for a month and change is neither here nor there. There are certain subjects that are simply timeless and few more so than the late Elizabeth Taylor, who is the inspiration behind the multi-part editorial by Mario Testino and Carine Roitfeld that features amongst others Ford’s Anais Mali.
Who runs the world? Julia Nobis does, that’s who. The Australian walked in a staggering 73 shows this season. [Fashionologie]