Top stories this week: Mario Testino for Kate Moss’s wedding, Carine Roitfeld’s first Chanel campaign, Naomi Campbell’s complaint against Cadbury and MORE!
Mario Testino will photograph Kate Moss‘s entire wedding
July 2nd will see photography legend Mario Testino take to the lens once again, but for purposes other than a fashion shoot – supermodel Kate Moss has commissioned Testino to shoot her entire wedding. Read more here!
John Galliano‘s namesake men’s line to show at Paris
First look: Carine Roitfeld’s Chanel campaign
We reported back in April that Carine had just completed her styling stint for Chanel’s AW11 campaign, and now we’ve got a sneak peek of her fabulous work. Shot with Karl Lagerfeld’s favourite model, Freja Beha Erichsen, take a look at the ads here!
Naomi Campbell taking legal action against Cadbury
Controversial super Naomi Campbell is taking legal action against the chocolate giant Cadbury for alleged racism embedded in their latest campaign comparing her to a chocolate bar, with the campaign slogan reading “Move over Naomi, there’s a new diva in town”. The supermodel is said to be exploring “every available option” to take action against the images that appeared in supermarkets and national newspapers. Read more here!
Lily Allen unveils debut fashion collection
Lily, along with her sister Sarah Owen, has finally unveiled her vintage-inspired fashion collection, Lucy in Disguide. Key pieces include Seventies jumpsuits, Twenties beaded flapper dresses, Fifties full skirted looks and cute dresses through the decades. Read more here!
Roksanda Ilincic launches capsule collection for Debenhams
Roksanda Ilincic is launching a brand new diffusion line, RI by Roksanda Ilincic, for high street department store Debenhams as part of its Edition tag. The capsule collection consist sof sumptuous evening dresses in her signature decadent style, with gorgeous jewel colours and stunning floor-length one-shoulder designs. Read more here!
16-year-old girl designs DIY red soles to rival Louboutins
We’ve all played witness to the recent legal assault that Christian Louboutin launched against YSL, concerning a copy-cat of the former’s trademark red-soled heels. But what of 16-year-old Tara Haughton, who has masterminded stickers to jazz up battered shoe soles? Her idea includes red soles, alongside a variety of other colours and prints. What will Louboutin say? Read more here!