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12 Feb

Bottega Veneta Was A Star-Studded Affair

Salma Hayek, Julianne Moore, Liv Freundlich, Dylan Penn, Ana de Armas and Priyanka Chopra
Bottega Veneta's Fall '18 collection arrived in a moment of New York's fashion identity crisis. As star designers head to Paris rather than stay local or forgo formal shows altogether in favor of studio appointments, Fashion Week in New York City exists this year with a few pesky question marks hanging over its head. BV's Creative Director Tomas Maier is all in, though; the brand's enormous new Madison Avenue flagship opened for business this week and at the Milan designer's runway show at the New York Stock Exchange (a loaded metaphor of a venue if there ever was one), beloved A-list actresses including Julianne Moore and Salma Hayek lent their stature to the front row as Gigi Hadid and other models breezed...
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5 Jan

How Peter Lindbergh Changed Fashion Photography Forever

Julianne Moore, New York, 2016 ©Peter Lindbergh (courtesy Peter Lindbergh, Paris)© Peter Lindbergh (courtesy Peter Lindbergh, Paris)

As a new book of his Pirelli calendar outtakes is published by Taschen, we explore how Peter Lindbergh’s aesthetic has shaped the fashion world as we know it

In 2002 Peter Lindbergh was tasked with shooting his second Pirelli Calendar, aptly named Peter Lindbergh’s Hollywood, which was the first of its kind to feature actresses rather than the usual ultra airbrushed and scantily clad models. In it, the chosen women made Lindbergh’s images come alive with a sense of their own narrative, in way that Pirelli had never seen before. Even Germaine Greer declared it the “most challenging calendar yet”. It is testament to how groundbreaking this work was that Pirelli called upon the photographer once more to produce a sequel to this earlier edition for...
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9 Mar

Gwyneth Paltrow, Kerry Washington, Yara Shahidi & More Team Up For Tory Burch Women’s Day Campaign

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Coinciding with International Women's Day (March 8) and Women's History Month, the Tory Burch Foundation is launching a new campaign, #EmbraceAmbition, to empower women across the globe. The concept was inspired by Tory Burch's personal experience being a female entrepreneur—it aims to address the negative stereotypes that ambitious women face in comparison to that of ambitious men. To kick off the new initiative, the designer enlisted an all-star cast of influential women (and men) to appear in a new PSA. Julianne Moore, Kerry Washington, Reese Witherspoon, Yara Shahidi, Gwyneth Paltrow, Diane Kruger, Gabby Douglas, Sheryl Sandberg, Melinda Gates, and of course Tory Burch herself, are amongst those featured in the new video. In the video, the cast of actresses, entrepreneurs and more wear...
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