Model Devon Windsor assumes the title of swimwear designer with the launch of her well-designed Devon Windsor Swim collection. Windsor is joined by Lorena Rae in sensual eye candy Instagram images lensed by Guy Aroch.
Victoria’s Secret Angel Elsa Hosk shares a new Fall 2019 denim collaboration with J Brand. Photographer Zoey Grossman flashes Elsa in key pieces that are original designs and revived classics from the Swedish beauty’s closet. /Makeup by Stacey Tan; hair by Kali Kennedy
J Brands is part of Fast Retailing Co., Ltd, a Japanese company that also owns UNIQLO and is the world’s third-largest casual clothing retailer with annual sales of $19bn. Other brands include Comptoir des Cotonniers, GU, Helmut Lang, Princesse tam.tam, and Theory.
In 2016 Fast Retailing Co. unveiled plans for its Fast Retailing Jeans Innovation Center in Gardena, Calif. next door to the Japanese-owned Caitac Garment Processing location. Caitac has been washing jeans for local denim makers for years — and most of us know that iconic denim is one of the most unfriendly to the environment products in the fashion industry.
Embattled lingerie retailer Victoria’s Secret releases its pre-fall 2019 campaign, with product and an editorial vision under new CEO, former Tory Burch president John Mehas.
The campaign is shot by Adam Franzino, very much in the style of my Victoria’s Secret vision and features VS Angels Elsa Hosk, Jasmine Tookes, Romee Strijd, Martha Hunt and Taylor Hill joined by Rubina Dyan.
French fashion brand Zadig and Voltaire’s artistic director Cecilia Bönström is collaborating with supermodel Kate Moss on the new fall/winter 2019 campaign and a special Paris surprise.
Frey Meylan shot the campaign, focused on leather pieces, menswear-inspired shirting, fitted blazers and cowboy boots that channel Kate Moss’ signature style. As for Bönström and Moss’ exclusive collaboration, it will be revealed this fall during Paris Fashion Week.
Stella McCartney and adidas continue their march towards sustainable production with two new concept garments: the ‘Infinite Hoodie’ and the ‘Biofabric Tennis Dress’.
“Fashion is one of the most harmful industries to the environment,” said Stella McCartney in a statement. “We can’t wait any longer to search for answers and alternatives. By creating a truly open approach to solving the problem of textile waste, we can help empower the industry at large to bring more sustainable practices into reality. With adidas by Stella McCartney we’re creating high performance products that also safeguard the future of the planet.”
Top model Rianne Van Rompaey fronts Alberta Ferretti’s Fall/Winter 2019 campaign. Aleksandra Woroniecka styles the campaign with images by Karim Sadli./ Hair by Damien Boissinot; makeup by Hiromi Ueda
Alex Israel is a multimedia artist, writer, and eyewear designer born and based in Los Angeles. His proximity to the local film and media industries inspires his large, colorful airbrushed paintings of abstract gradients and Los Angeles skies, his self-portraits, painted on shaped fiberglass panels, and multimedia installations constructed from movie-house props. Read more about Alex Israel at Gagosian.com.
Luxury giant Louis Vuitton has returned to Alex Israel for a new FW19 collaboration consisting of eight pieces, in a collection that includes scarves, shawls, blankets, and a bandeau.
Supermodel activist, philanthropist and entrepreneur Karlie Kloss fronts the campaign, offering a fresh look at Karlie after her late June wedding bash at Brush Creek Ranch in Saratoga, Wyoming. Karlie wed Joshua Kushner in a small ceremony in upstate New York in October 2018 before inviting the couple’s famous friends to a weekend of festivities in Wyoming.
Top model Rianne Van Rompaey introduces Michael Kors’ Fall 2019 Collection, with its new MKC Monogramme travel bag, inspired by drawings that Kors sketched while in high school. Rianne is lensed by Dutch photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin inside a sumptuous New York residence.