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FASHION . POP CULTURE . DESIGN
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NEWS: Vêtements' Demna Gvasalia replaces Alexander Wang at Balenciaga

When Alexander Wang went out of favour with the bosses of Balenciaga in August, speculation was rife about the next young designer to assume the hot seat that Nicolas Ghesquière vacated after a 15-year tenure. According to WWD, Demna Gvasalia has been chosen to fill fashion’s hottest vacancy. The 34-year-old is the head designer of Vêtements, an alternative fashion collective based in Paris that has seven collaborators working behind the scenes, all of whom have experience at the design department of Maison Martin Margiela. Gvasalia comes with a solid fashion foundation having studied at the famous Royal Academy of Fine Arts and honing his craft at Louis Vuitton and Margiela prior to Vêtements.
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FIRST LOOK: Modern Essentials selected by David Beckham fall 2015

Right about now, you’re wondering if this is a buddy cop comedy you haven’t seen the trailer for. Well, this isn’t a remake of 'Lethal Weapon'​ or 'Rush Hour​' but a campaign drop for H&M’s fall collection, a special capsule line curated by longtime collaborator David Beckham​. Along for the ride is funny man Kevin Hart​, whose fictional role in the campaign is to research the mannerisms of the retired footballer for his next screen part… as Beckham. So Hart spends a week with Beckham in his house, mimicking his accent, using his toothbrush, and even getting into an ice bath.  

Watch the trailer here: https://youtu.be/4bAVPWf5t94
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2015-09-22
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FIRST LOOK: Jennifer Lawrence for Dior fall-winter 2015

It’s a winning formula: Jennifer Lawrence, the latest Be Dior and Diorissimo handbags, and David Sims behind the camera. No big deal. Just class and sophistication in spades.
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2015-09-18
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NEWS: Gisele Bündchen​ tops 'Forbes'​ highest-paid models list… again

Despite calling time on her runway career, Gisele Bündchen’s dominance of the earning charts is startling. According to ‘Forbes’ latest ranking, she has topped the earnings chart for the ninth year running. The Brazilian raked in US$44 million in pre-tax earnings between June 2014 and 2015, an astronomical difference from joint runner-ups Cara Delevingne and Adriana Lima, who both earned US$9 million each. The 21 models ranked by 'Forbes' feature familiar faces in the top ten such as Doutzen Kroes, Natalia Vodianova, Miranda Kerr, and Joan Smalls. Meanwhile, Kendall Jenner and Edita Vilkeviciute join the list for the first time at #16 and #17, respectively, while Kate Moss and Liu Wen (joint #12) took a significant hit in earnings dropping from US$7 million US$4.5 million.

#1: Gisele Bündchen ($44 million)
#2: Cara Delevingne​ and Adriana Lima​ ($9 million)
#4: Doutzen Kroes​ ($7.5 million)
#5: Natalia Vodianova ($7 million)
#6: Joan Smalls​, Miranda Kerr​ ($5.5 million)
#8: Candice Swanepoel​, Alessandra Ambrosio​, Karlie Kloss​, Lara Stone​ ($5 million)
#12: Carolyn Murphy​, Kate Moss​, Liu Wen​, Daria Werbowy​ ($4.5 million)
#16: Kendall Jenner​ ($4 million)
#17: Hilary Rhoda​, Kate Upton​, Jourdan Dunn​, Anja Rubik​, Edita Vilkeviciute ($3.5 million)
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