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Tamara Mellon stars as Helena Christensen for Fall ’22 campaign.
my god! Helena Christensen stars in a new campaign for Tamara Mellon and her famous modeling shop. Released today, the series sees the Danish runway icon hit the streets of NYC in styles like the Trinity Mid-Calf Boot and Limelight Heels. Luxury shoemaker Mellon initially met Christensen as a British Vogue Editor. “I met Helena early in my fashion career when she was working on a shoot for British Vogue in Venice in the 90s. I’ve always admired Helena’s work and amazing personal achievements – to me her beauty and unique sense of style make her the Tamara Mellon woman, making her a natural fit for our F/W’22 campaign. Feast your eyes on the terrifying campaign below.
Michelle Yeoh covers City and country September issue
Actress Michelle Yeoh is spread out in bright and high fashion. City and country Latest version. Styled by Cristina Ehrlich and lensed by Reuven Afanador, the 60-year-old talks about marriage plans to her fiance Jean Todt of two decades, starting out in beauty pageants (she won Miss Malaysia in 1983), working on her own career. And how Quentin Tarantino convinced her to come out of retirement. “Quentin, I have to say, it’s solid. “He is what he is today. He’s full of passion and love. I’m exhausted,” she said of the director. Check out the clip below and pick up the issue on newsstands August 23.
& other stories in collaboration with AWAKE Mode.
Here’s one for your radar: It’s set to feature a set with its predecessor, such as the Co-Lab series and other stories. Harper’s Bazaar Russia Natalia Alaverdian, editor of AWAKE Mode, a London-based sustainable brand. If you’re not familiar with Alaverdian’s work yet — and I mean, how could you miss the stripped-down dresses that Instagrammers can’t get enough of — then it’s time to get acquainted. The collaboration, which launches in October, will see a 14-piece collection featuring 12 ready-to-wear pieces and two accessories. Watch this space!
Harlem Fashion Row has partnered with Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy to showcase three designers.
Kicking off NYFW, Harlem Fashion Row and LVMH are coming together to present three talented designers. Clarence Root—the former head of looks for Ralph Lauren, Tom Ford, John Varvatos and Andrew Buckler before launching his own menswear label, Cote d’Armes, is one talent confirmed for the partnership. Womenswear designer Jonathan Hayden and sustainably minded Nicole Benefield will present their collections.
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