Our favourite come-back queen, Gemma Ward, takes her rightful place at the Prada throne alongside fellow national treasure, Julia Nobis. The campaign shot by Steven Meisel, features two strong statements from Prada this season. Stunning artisan patch-worked garments and oversized top-stitching to die for.
A pairing so right, we’re scratching our heads we didn’t see it coming.
Joan Didion shot by Juergen Teller for Céline.
To understand the perfection that is literary royalty, Joan Didion collaborating with a brand that embodies such controlled, intellectual minimalism – one must look no further than her 1979 packing list, taped inside her Hollywood closet door in case of emergency. The list included; 2 skirts, 2 jerseys or leotards, 1 pullover sweater, 2 pair shoes, cigarettes, a mohair throw and a typewriter.
Wildly creative, yet oozing refined minimalism, Didion needs nothing more than a pair of shades and that signature stare to embody Celine’s honed aesthetic of cool-girl meets no-fuss. Taking a look back through the archives at Joan’s incredible life (including a stint as Vogue Editor) – again, we stress, how did we not see this one coming.
“Style is character.” – Joan Didion
Left to Right: Di$count Universe, Givenchy, House of Holland, Shourouk, Marc jacobs
After just recovering from our Alexander Wang x H&M obsession, Mr Wang has us craving his designs again.
This time with a denim collection titled, Denim X Alexander Wang. The new collection is delivered via a sexed-up campaign featuring a scantly-clad Anna Ewers. In the images taken by Steven Klein, Ewers wears; oil, a touch of denim and some carefully placed text. The collection hits the Alexander Wang website and New York flagship store on December 8th. We’ve found some new fashion porn, Mr Klein.
You can shop the collection here.