Spoiler alert: she looks amazing
Spoiler alert: she looks amazing
Starring in Calvin Klein’s Eternity commercial with Jake Gyllenhaal would make anyone seem cool. But Liya Kebede’s had major fashion cred since before Donnie Darko hit cinemas. The African supermodel made her Gucci debut in 2000; 17 years later, she’s still a catwalk star for Louis Vuitton, Céline, and Dries Van Noten. She’s also an ambassador for the World Health Organization and the founder of Lemlem, a clothing line with flowy fabrics and a sustainable, female-focused work ethic.
We got some life advice—and Gyllenhaal scoop—with the Ethiopian native in New York City.
Back in the '90s, Naomi Campbell worked with H&M on a series of commercials and campaigns. Now, over 20 years later, the supermodel is joining forces with the Swedish retailer once again for its Fall 2017 campaign video.
Shot in Tokyo, the short film stars Campbell leading a lip sync karaoke session around the Japanese city. Offering a look at both Tokyo's nightlife scene and H&M's fall collection, the quirky video celebrates masculine-meets-feminine power dressing as models lip sync along to the 1980s hit, "WHAM!"
As for Campbell, she was excited to be working with H&M again. "It’s always an honor when a brand comes back to you 20 years later," she told BAZAAR.com."I love Tokyo, so any excuse to be there, I’m happy."
In an effort to continue shoe of summer domination, Nike has teamed up with Andrea Lieberman, celebrity stylist and A.L.C. founder, to reimagine the Nike Cortez in three luxe new colorways.
Cortez by A.L.C, $100; see nordstrom.com for on-sale details
Right on the heels of releasing new ad campaigns starring Selena Gomez, Coach 1941 has revealed its global advertising campaign. It features models Imari Karanja, He Cong, Kiki Willems, Faretta, Hiandra Martinez, and Oscar Kindelan on the New York subway, probably on their way to their next Cool Kid adventure.
SHOP: Coach 1941's fall 2017 collection
Last season, Halima Aden made history as the first hijab-wearing model to sign with IMG and walk New York Fashion Week. Following her runway debut at the Yeezy Season 5 show, the 19-year-old walked the Alberta Ferretti and Max Mara shows during Milan Fashion Week and landed editorials in CR Fashion Book and the May issue of Harper's BAZAAR.
Continuing her fashion takeover, Aden just hit another major milestone in her career: her first campaign. The rising model was tapped by e-commerce site, The Modist, to face a campaign for its new collection of caftans.
Today, Make Up For Ever announced R&B star Kehlani as its latest collaborator. As part of their partnership, Kehlani will be wearing Make Up For Ever exclusively for all shoots and shows throughout 2017. Currently, she's promoting her latest album SweetSexySavage, which dropped in January.
Kehlani also stars in a campaign for two new launches: Aqua XL Color Paint cream eye shadows and Aqua XL Ink Liner liquid eyeliners. Out in May, the liner ($24) comes in 15 colors and the paint ($25) comes in 20 colors.
Watch the campaign video, set to her song "Undercover," below:
Pharrell made big news in March when he was announced as the first man to model a Chanel bag in a campaign. Back in December, he walked the runway for the brand's Métiers d'Art show in Paris. Now, he's the star of a campaign film featuring the new Chanel Gabrielle bag.
In a short film released today, the musician approaches an empty concert hall and turns it into his playground. During one especially tense moment, he walks a very unsafe-looking beam hanging in mid-air and almost–ALMOST–drops his Chanel bag.
See what happens next in the full film, below:
After an appearance in the initial Nike Air Vapormax video, model Winnie Harlow is starring in a new campaign for the next wave of Vapormax, Asphalt. In anticipation of the second release on April 27, ELLE.com caught up with Harlow to chat about her longtime relationship with Nike and her buzzy new campaign.