‘Paused By’ is the debut campaign for design duo Luke and Lucie Meier
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.
Selena Gomez—singer, style icon, and most followed person on Instagram—has a new holiday campaign with Coach out today. Shot by Steven Meisel, with makeup by Pat McGrath and creative direction by Fabrien Baron, the singer gets festive in the new campaign photos, pictured with wrapped gifts in the back of a vintage car and the glittering lights of New York City behind her.
"My personal style doesn’t really change around the holidays," Gomez said in a statement. "I am happy wearing warm clothes. Coach has these amazing shearling jackets that I can’t wait to wear."
Selena Gomez, the face of Louis Vuitton and Coach, is now expanding her fashion portfolio to athleisure. The singer announced on Instagram this afternoon that she is officially a Puma partner with a fiery shot of her in a Puma sports bra and leggings:
Officially a part of the fam @puma #pumapartner
Selena Gomez(@selenagomez)님의 공유 게시물님, 2017 9월 18 오전 10:00 PDT
Her boyfriend, The Weeknd, liked and commented on it, of course:
He also posted an Insta story on it on his account:
Puma confirmed the news on its Instagram with another shot from Gomez's campaign, featuring the singer doing her best come-hither face in shorts, a tank, and sneakers:
The internet had a field day when news broke that Cher and Future would be starring together in the final installment of the Gap's 'Meet Me in the Gap' fall campaign. Directed by Director X, the two icons performed Sly and the Family Stone's "Everyday People," while sitting on white steps wearing Gap clothes.
A common thought from viewers? If only we could have been a fly on that wall? What was it like to film that day? In this exclusive to ELLE.com video, we hear it straight from Cher and Future.
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
Singer and actress Janelle Monae takes the spotlight in the Tiffany & Co Fall 2017 Campaign, the first for new chief artistic officer, Reed Krakoff.