WSJ Magazine celebrates its 10th anniversary issue with 5 covers featuring 10 top models Adwoa Aboah, Andreea Diaconu, Anna Ewers, Carolyn Murphy, Doutzen Kroes, Freja Beha Erichsen, Imaan Hammam, Karlie Kloss, Rianne Van Rompaey, and Tao Okamoto. George Cortina styles 10 of the World's Most Celebrated Models lensed by Inez & Vinoodh.
Rising model Chiara Scelsi has gone from pole vaulting to Dolce & Gabbana to walking for Chanel, booking an H&M campaign and now showing her skills in the 'Art of Seduction'. Helen Broadfoot styles Chiara in soft sensual beauty looks with jewels, lensed by Ward Ivan Rafik for Porter Magazine #28 Fall 2018./ Hair by Alain Pichon; makeup by Andrew Gullimore
Supermodel Carolyn Murphy is styled by Kidd Ji in neutral sporty elegance from Ralph Lauren, Givenchy, Tom Ford, Chloe and more. Yuan Gui Meiflashes Murphy for the September 2018 issue of ELLE China.
WSJ Magazine takes us to "the majestic city of Maheshwar, where tailored pieces from the fall collections suited for him or her bring worldly flair to a dreamy journey." Ethan James Green is behind the lens for "In India, Dreamy Fall Fashion For Him and Her", with styling by Anastasia Barbieri and set design by Julia Wagner.
Actor Constance Wu believed a starring role in 'Crazy Rich Asaians' was not in her destiny. "Crazy Rich Asians" would be the first studio-made Asian-American movie in 25 years, and Wu's shooting schedule for her sitcom 'Fresh Off the Boat' was a total conflict with this golden opportunity. Constance Wu, who has been a front line crusader for Asian-American representation in Hollywood, would have to sit this historic moment out.
Then she had one more grade A idea worthy of her crazy Asian diva reputation. With her penchant for drama, Wu composed an email to the director of 'Crazy Rich Asianas', director Jon M. Chu.
"I said, I know the dates don't work out and whoever you cast, I will be the first in line and I will be their No. 1 fan and supporter, but I did want to let you know that I would put 110 percent of my heart into this project and I know what to do with it and how to carry a movie and if you can just wait for me, I don't think you'll regret it," Wu, 36, said. "I did NOT think this email would work. I did it more for me so that I felt that I had told my truth. But then he read it and said, "You guys, we've got to push the production."
She got her part, and Constance Wu is making daily headlines deadlines with the launch of 'Crazy Rich Asians'. In these images, Max Abadian captures the star for the September 2018 issue of Fashion Magazine Canada./ Hair by Derek Yuen; makeup by Jo Baker
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Serena Williams will wear a new Nike Collection, designed for her by Louis Vuitton's menswear designer Virgil Abloh, in the US Open tennis championship. The one-shoulder dress was inspired by Serena's love of ballet and dance. includes a ruffled, tulle skirt with “logo” printed above the Nike swoosh and “Serena” printed alongside the sleeve.
“What I love about tennis is the gracefulness. It’s an aggressive and powerful game, but it takes touch and finesse,” Abloh said in a statement. “So the dress is feminine, but combines her aggression. It’s partially revealing. It’s asymmetrical. It has a sort of ballerina-esque silhouette to symbolize her grace. It’s not about bells and whistles and tricks. It’s just about it living on the body, and expressing Serena’s spirit with each swing of the racket.”
Top model Barbara Palvin poses in romantic pastel bras and panty sets styled by Simon Robins.Phtographer Jumbo Tsui captures the Hungarian beauty against nature's backdrop for Chinese lingerie brand Aimer Lingerie./ Hair by John Ruggiero; makeup by Jenna Anton