Kate Moss Poses In Zadig & Voltaire Fall/Winter 2020 Collab + Campaign Shot By Fred Meylan

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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.

Moss was “more than just a muse” for the fall/winter collection, says the press release. The super Brit “actively participated in the creative and development process to achieve Cecilia’s and her team’s creative vision,” centered on the ‘model off duty’ look. Keeping with the theme Moss shot without make-up.

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.

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How Women in Kenya Mobilized for Peace After Surviving Violence

How Women in Kenya Mobilized for Peace After Surviving Violence

Women are rarely represented adequately at peace negotiations yet they make up half the population of any country in conflict or at war. This remains the case despite increasing global policy awareness on how women are affected by conflict and the importance of including them in peace and security processes. For instance, the UN’s landmark framework on women, peace and security reaffirms the important role women play in the prevention and resolution of conflicts.

Women’s contributions are also underscored in African peace instruments like the Maputo Protocol and Kenya’s National Action Plan.

But how do women in conflict actually engage in peacebuilding? There is considerable academic literature on the links between gender and peace but the lived experiences of women peace builders are not well captured.

adidas by Stella McCartney Unveils Fully Sustainable 'Infinite Hoodie' + 'Biofabric Tennis Dress'

STELLA MCCARTNEY UNVEILS ‘INFINITE HOODIE’ AND ‘BIOFABRIC TENNIS DRESS’ PROTOTYPES FOR ADIDAS.

STELLA MCCARTNEY UNVEILS ‘INFINITE HOODIE’ AND ‘BIOFABRIC TENNIS DRESS’ PROTOTYPES FOR ADIDAS.

Stella McCartney and adidas continue their march towards sustainable production with two new concept garments: the ‘Infinite Hoodie’ and the ‘Biofabric Tennis Dress’.

adidas by Stella McCartney ‘Infinite Hoodie’

Promoted as the world’s first fully recyclable hoodie, the ‘Infinite Hoodie’ is a joint project with textile innovation company Evrnu. The performance garment is made using 60 per cent NuCycl fiber, a material made using the recycled threads from old garments, and 40 per cent organic cotton that has been diverted from landfills.

At this moment just 50 Infinite Hoodies have been made, and gifted to adidas VIPs and influencers. Given the extraordinary advancements that adidas is making in the sustainability sector, production may debut sooner than we think.

The ‘Infinite Hoodie’ incorporates the same technology behind the adidas fully-recyclable Loop trainer, introduced in April.

ADIDAS BY STELLA MCCARTNEY ‘BIOFABRIC TENNIS DRESS’

ADIDAS BY STELLA MCCARTNEY ‘BIOFABRIC TENNIS DRESS’

adidas by Stella McCartney ‘Biofabric Tennis Dress’

The second product prototype, the ‘Biofabric Tennis Dress’, is a collab with Bolt Threads, a company that specializes in bioengineered sustainable materials and fibers. The tennis dress is made with cellulose blended yarn and Microsilk and is fully biodegradable at its life’s end.

“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.”

Florence Welch Channels Her Italian Man In Bella Newman Images For ES Magazine June 2019

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Florence Welch Channels Her Italian Man In Bella Newman Images For ES Magazine June 2019

Star singer Florence Welsh covers the June 2019 issue of London’s ES Magazine in advance of her July 13 Florence + The Machine British Summer Time Hyde Park concert . Aldene Johnson styles Florence in vintage-inspired looks by Gucci, Erdem, Molly Goddard, Alessandra Rich and more. Photographer Bella Newman is behind the lens, on location at Clapton Tram Shed/ Makeup by Sarah Reygate; hair by Leigh Keates

Max Papendieck Eyes Yasmin Wijnaldum + Xavier Serrano For V Magazine Summer 2019

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Max Papendieck Eyes Yasmin Wijnaldum + Xavier Serrano For V Magazine Summer 2019

Photographer Max Papendieck flashes Yasmin Wijnaldum and Xavier Serrano in high voltage, sizzling images for a sexy story called ‘Born To Be Wild’. Gro Curtis styles the couple in black magic looks from Saint Laurent, Giorgio Armani, Versace, Dsquared2, Intimissimi, Givenchy and more for V Magazine’s Summer 2019 issue.

Zoe Ghertner Captures Suvi Koponen In Pre-Fall Earthy Elegance For Dior Magazine Issue #27

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Zoe Ghertner Captures Suvi Koponen In Pre-Fall Earthy Elegance For Dior Magazine Issue #27

Finnish model Suvi Koponen highlights Dior’s pre-fall 2019 collection, styled by Elin Svahn in muted earth colors in fluid fabrics. Photographer Zoe Ghertner captures Suvi for Dior Magazine Issue #27.