"I just try to do very honest, good clothes," Helmut Lang told the New York Times in 1994. For our 1999-themed issue, there was no greater design inspiration than the retired fashion designer Helmut Lang. Tonight, his fashion house's memory will be resurrected by Hood By Air's Shayne Oliver who will present his first collection in collaboration Helmut Lang, which was never quite the same after Lang's departure from his namesake label in 2005. Lang began his career as a designer in Austria where he was born. In 1977 he set up a made-to-measure studio there and by 1979, when he was only 23, he opened his first retail boutique. By 1986, he officially founded the house of Helmut Lang in Paris.
Less about the hotel and more about the hue.
Modeling swimwear comes naturally to Georgia Fowler, who grew up down the street from the beach in Auckland, New Zealand. "I took it for granted. It's not until I started traveling for work that I realized I already had some of the best beaches in my backyard," says the super, who maintains her Victoria's Secret figure year-round―and takes a dip in the sea whenever she finds time in her busy schedule. Here, Fowler demonstrates her favorite tongue-in-cheek tanning positions in the season's chicest, nontraditional swim looks. Read on for her summer skincare approach, beachy beauty tips, and more.
Just three months since becoming the first Miss USA contestant to compete while wearing a hijab, Halima Aden made her big modeling debut walking the Yeezy Season 5 show at New York Fashion Week. Now, the young Muslim model is continuing to make waves in the fashion world with her first magazine cover, for Issue 10 of CR Fashion Book.