Kendall Jenner and Vittoria Ceretti are in a Hockney-colors summer mood , styled by Carlos Nazario for ‘Put It in Print’. Kendall flies solo with the duo lensed by Oliver Hadlee Pearch for Vogue US June 2019./ Hair by James Pecis; makeup by Susie Sobol
Models Abby Champion, Adut Akech, Mica Arganaraz, Paloma Elsesser, and Vittoria Ceretti ‘Go West’, styled by Alex Harrington in “dazzling blocks of print and fabrics built to move”. Welcome to the modern West Coast wardrobe, photographed by Angelo Pennetta for Vogue US March 2019./ Hair by Recine; makeup by Fara Homidi
Top model Vittoria Ceretti is styled by Anders Sølvsten Thomsen in ‘Heart of Joy’, lensed by Solve Sundsbo for Vogue China March 2019./ Hair by Chris Malcolm Edwards; makeup by Sam Bryant
Top models Vittoria Ceretti + Liu Wen are styled by Fabien Baron for Tod’s Spring/Summer 2019 campaign, lensed by Craig McDean.
Tod’s, which also owns the Hogan and Vivier brands, has built a billion-dollar business selling chic leather loafers worn by royals and Hollywood stars, WSJ wrote last Friday. But the high-end artisan brand is struggling for relevance among younger consumers. Compared to the on-fire Italian brand Gucci, Tod’s is not on the radar for younger shoppers, generating new growth and even financial stability for luxury brands.
The brand gets less than 15% of its revenue from millennials, compared with 33% for Louis Vuitton, more than 50% for Gucci and 65% for Saint Laurent, according to investment bank UBS estimates.
“We aren’t going to chase millennials,” Diego Della Valle, Tod’s chairman and majority shareholder, said in the WSJ interview at his villa in Casette d’Ete, a small town on Italy’s Adriatic coast. At most, he says, Tod’s is aiming at the older end of the age group, currently ranging from 23 to 38 years old: “We want to get our clients when they’re 35 years old and then keep them.”
Net income at Tod’s has declined for five straight years, after previously advancing every year for a decade. The stock has sunk 70% since 2013 and is hovering near a 10-year low. Diego Della Valle insists that selling out to LVMH Moët Hennessy Louis Vuitton, Kering Co. or newly-named Capri Holdings (previously Michael Kors Holdings) is not on his radar.
Photographer Steven Meisel looks to Morocco and North Africa for Zara’s Spring 2019 campaign, styled by Karl Templer with a model lineup including Vittoria Ceretti, Lexi Boling, Anyelina Rosa, Veronika Kunz and Amanda Murphy.
Models Blesnya Minher, Caroline Trentini, Carolyn Murphy, Fei Fei Sun, Gemma Ward, Liya Kebede, Nora Attal, Sara Grace Wallerstedt and Vittoria Ceretti are styled by Camilla Nickerson in graphic collage pattern and fabric mixes. Photographer Bibi Carnejo Borthwick captures ‘Personal Best’ for Vogue US February 2019./ Hair by Bob Recine; makeup by Dick Page
Karl Lagerfeld hires a big cast for a low-impact Spring/Summer 2019 ad campaign, shot by him. Models include Adesuwa Aighewi, Hyun Ji Shin, Kris Grikaite, Nora Attal, Rebecca Leigh Longendyke, Sarah Dahl and Vittoria Ceretti, styled by Carine Roitfeld.
Supermodel Shalom Harlow made her first runway appearance in six years, closing Versace’s Spring 2019 show. Harlow returns again, captured mid-dance-step, wearing a pattern mashup jumpsuit in Versace’s Spring 2019 campaign.
Steven Meisel flashes Harlow and an expanded campaign cast including Bella Hadid and Irina Shayk in solo shots. Group shots include Adut Akech, Blesnya Minher, Imaan Hammam, Kris Grikaite, Rianne van Rompaey, and Vittoria Ceretti styled by Jacob K. / Makeup by Pat McGrath; hair by Guido Palau