L’extase: Natasha Poly and Anna Ewers shot by Inez & Vinoodh for Vogue Paris June/July 2014
Iconic Australian fashion house Sass & Bide has once again partnered with Make-A-Wish Australia to release a beautiful limited edition star necklace. All proceeds will be donated to Make-A-Wish and bring hope, strength & joy to the lives of children facing life-threatening medical conditions. Available in gold, silver and rose gold and retailing for $35, the necklaces are available now. Pictured is Bambi Northwood Blyth wearing hers. They can be purchased from sass & bide boutiques, via sassandbide.com, or at sass & bide boutiques in Myer. Such a good cause, make sure you don’t miss out!
Last September in Milan, Miuccia Prada presented a collection inspired by street artists from the world over, think Jeanne Detallante, Gabriel Specter and El Mac. Prada has employed the talents of photographer Steven Klein for its Spring/Summer 2014 campaign, which sees models including Anna Ewers, Ashleigh Good and Amanda Murphy in a fresco-style scene. In the video, the girls are vibrant in high color, embellished pieces, with gems encrusted on the fabrics and summer furs abound.
French fashion house Chloé has chosen French singer Lou Doillon and German supermodel Julia Stegner to represent its Spring/Summer 2014 collection. The new campaign was shot in dreamy fields by Dutch fashion photography duo Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin. How beautiful is the printed jumpsuit on Lou Dillon and tan python bag?
The spotlight’s on Louis Vuitton’s iconic shoes and it’s time to dance. The French fashion house pays tribute to the iconic shoes that have marked its history in an expertly choreographed clip. From the Pact mocassins from the Fall/Winter 2013-2014 pre-collection and the pastel colored heels of Spring/Summer 2012, to Spring/Summer 2009′s tribal sandals and the giraffe print stilettos from Spring/Summer 2011, both womenswear and menswear styles can be seen showing off some rather fancy footwork with super speedy cabaret and jazz-inspired steps.