Model Giedre Dukauskaite is styled by Valentina Collado in ‘Vlaje Interior’, lensed by Bjorn Iooss for Vogue Espana July 2019./ Hair by Conrad Dornan; makeup by Courtney Perkins
Model Khadijha Red Thunder is styled by Valentina Collado in ‘Imagen Perfecta’, a (Huawei smartphone advertiroial). Photographer Bjorn Iooss captures Khadija, who is of Native American, Black and Spanish descent, for Vogue Latin America May 2019./ Hair by Conrad Dornan; makeup by Courtney Perkins
Model Elise Crombez is styled by Juan Cebrian in images by Bjorn Iooss for Vogue Espana February 2019./ Hair by Conrad Dorman; makeup by Courtney Perkins
Top model Liya Kebede is styled by Verity Parker in ‘Modern Bohemia’, a psychedelic mix of good vibrations clothes from Gucci, Prada, Balenciaga and more. Bjorn Iooss flashes the Ethiopian beauty and global women’s activist for The Sunday Times Style Magazine UK.
Like Christy Turlington Burns, featured today about her upcoming fifth installment documentary around maternal health, Kebede is also dedicated to maternal health as an ambassador for the World Health Organization and through her own Lemlem Foundation.
On the heels of my comments on the new VS 'Tease Rebel' fragrance campaign, Hailey Baldwin drops into the pages of Vogue Mexico's September 2018 issue. It's a perfect setup to ask: What's sexy now?
Hailey's wearing a Balenciaga hoodie with the WFP logo is part of that conversation, one that AOC has engaged around with readers for a decade: : the rise of Smart Sensuality Women who are smart, sexy and have great heart.
When Demna Gvasalia became creative director of Balenciaga, one of his first moves was to unveil a partnership with the world’s largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide, the World Food Programme. Vice wrote: "Rooted in Balenciaga’s conviction to be a pacemaker for positive change, this partnership uses fashion to engage global consumers with the issue of hunger and to raise awareness of the World Food Programme‘s work in emergencies and with local communities to build resilience."
“It’s about using fashion as a tool of communication,” Gvasalia explained post-show while wearing a co-branded WFP logo-adorned cap with its ‘Saving Lives, Changing Lives’ slogan written on its side. “Now as a designer, if I create a graphic, it has to mean more,” he added.
“We consider this partnership to be an important step in making fashion useful in a different way and supporting good causes with our products whenever possible.”
In no way am I suggesting that Victoria's Secret should strike a partnership with the UN. But they need to strike a partnership around a genuine values set that resonates with a very changing branding landscape. Hailey Baldwin may be flashing a priceless engagement ring in these sensual images but she's also embracing a larger set of humanitarian values under assault worldwide.
Hailey is styled by Celia Azoulay in casual denim and cozy sweater looks lensed by Bjorn Iooss. / Hair by Joey George; makeup by Fulvia Farolfi.
Models Lily Stewart, Shelby Hayes and Xin Xie are styled by Juan Cebrián in 'Dias de Fiesta'. Bjorn Iooss is behind the lens for Vogue Spain July 2018./ Hair by Joey George; makeup by Courtney Perkins