BELLA HADID SERVES ROCK & ROLL VIBES IN VERSUS VERSACE X ZAYN CAMPAIGN

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Bella Hadid stars in Versus Versace x Zayn campaign

Bella Hadid stars in Versus Versace x Zayn campaign

After announcing the capsule collection last year, Versus Versace has unveiled the Zayn x Versus campaign. The images star singer Zayn Malik as well as his girlfriend Gigi’s younger sister Bella Hadid. Photographed by Greg Harris, the moody images feature street style inspired looks. From bomber jackets to bra tops and laced-up pants, the collection exudes pure cool. Patti Wilson styled the shoot with hair by Tomo Jidai and makeup by Francelle Daly.

BELLA HADID – VERSUS X ZAYN CAMPAIGN

Versus Versace unveils its collaboration with Zayn Malik, modeled by Bella HadidVersus Versace unveils its collaboration with Zayn Malik, modeled by Bella Hadid

“When I was a kid growing up in Bradford, England, wearing knock-off Versace, I never thought that one day I would actually be designing my own collection. Thanks so much to Donatella Versace for allowing me to do the coolest thing ever,” Zayn says about the collection.

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Dolce & Gabbana: The Latest Brand to Protest with Expensive Tees

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Never ones to brush anything under the rug, the designers behind Italian fashion house Dolce & Gabbana are playing into the cries of their critics, urging them to boycott the company. In the new protest mode of choice in the fashion industry, Dolce & Gabbana is selling expensive t-shirts that read #BOYCOTT DOLCE & GABBANA.

The $245 shirts are currently available on Dolce & Gabbana’s website, alongside a short film of Italian protesters wearing the shirts during a demonstration against the company. The company’s founders and creative directors, Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana, are among the protesters depicted in the video.

The shirts come on the heels of Instagram posts from Gabbana in support of First Lady Melania Trump. Last month, in particular, Gabbana took to Instagram to highlight Trump’s Dolce & Gabbana outfits during her recent overseas trip, which caused no shortage of controversy amongst Instagram users. In one of his posts, Gabbana called out “haters,” urging them to boycott the brand – by buying a t-shirt, in what appears to be fashion’s latest attempt to profit from the state of the Trump presidency.

(If you are unsure how eager people are to profit from the political status of the U.S., in particular, consider how many people have rushed to trademark offices across the world to register "Covfefe"in order to have a monopoly over the Trump-tweeted-word).

D&G’s boycott tees may be a new product for the Italian mega-brand but they are just the latest political/activism-leaning wares to join a whole slew of other products in the tokenism that surrounds fashion’s other favorite causes, including feminism, human rights, unity, and the general message of protest/resistance. All of these causes have been given the fashion treatment (aka embodied on expensive garments - such as $710 Dior "We Should All Be Feminists" tees and $90 "Protest" tanks tops from Opening Ceremony - and sold) in recent seasons.

This movement in general – whether intentionally opportunistic or not – is questionable for a number of reasons, including but certainly not limited to the fact that true protest or “action” does not consist of buying a designer sweatshirt and calling it a day, despite what Opening Ceremony, Christian Dior, and co., would like you to believe.

The funny thing surrounding the push for politically-motivated garments and accessories is that many brands - while initially aiming to profit from the products - do not stand to earn much from them at all, as public cries of opportunism and poor taste have forced many brands to change their stance. Both Dior and Opening Ceremony, for instance, have gone back on their initial messaging in connection with their wares, announcing - after the fact - that they will donate the proceeds of such sales to charity. 

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REESE WITHERSPOON’S DRAPER JAMES CLOTHING ARRIVES FOR SUMMER

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Reese Witherspoon's Draper James lands at NordstromNew arrivals: Reese Witherspoon’s Draper James lands at Nordstrom

Actress Reese Witherspoon has turned designer with a clothing and accessories brand called Draper James. Inspired by her Southern heritage, the blonde recently teamed up with Nordstrom on a selection of exclusive designs. From cotton dresses to gingham print shorts and cat eye sunglasses, these designs are perfect for the spring-summer 2017 season. 

DRAPER JAMES SPRING/SUMMER 2017 COLLECTION AT NORDSTROM

Draper James Howdy Stripe Cotton Tee ($55.00) and Margaret Miniskirt ($165.00)Draper James Howdy Stripe Cotton Tee ($55.00) and Margaret Miniskirt ($165.00)
Say hello in style with a casual t-shirt and elegant miniskirt combination.Draper James Mary Beth Cotton Sundress ($225.00) and Gradient Lens Cat Eye Sunglasses ($125.00)Draper James Mary Beth Cotton Sundress ($225.00) and Gradient Lens Cat Eye Sunglasses ($125.00)
This gingham print dress is perfect for warm weather season with a tied waist and open-shoulder neckline.Draper James Keep it Pretty Please Cotton Tee ($38.00) and Sadie Cotton Shorts ($135.00)Draper James Keep it Pretty Please Cotton Tee ($38.00) and Sadie Cotton Shorts ($135.00)
Sport elegant yet casual style with a graphic tee and gingham print shorts.Draper James Cold Shoulder Shirtdress ($225.00) and Gradient Lens Cat Eye Sunglasses ($125.00)Draper James Cold Shoulder Shirtdress ($225.00) and Gradient Lens Cat Eye Sunglasses ($125.00)
Flaunt some shoulder this season in a cotton dress featuring pale blue pinstripes.Draper James Stripe Cloister Top ($150.00) and Margaret Miniskirt ($165.00)Draper James Stripe Cloister Top ($150.00) and Margaret Miniskirt ($165.00)
This is a sweet look to wear year-round featuring a flutter sleeve top and tailored miniskirt.Draper James Nellie Cold Shoulder Top ($135.00) and Sadie Cotton Shorts ($125.00)Draper James Nellie Cold Shoulder Top ($135.00) and Sadie Cotton Shorts ($125.00)
Look pretty in pink while wearing a sweet look including a cold shoulder top and tie-waist shorts.

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JESSICA STAM TRANSFORMS INTO POP ART FOR HARPER’S BAZAAR

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Posing at a Roy Lichtenstein exhibit, Jessica Stam wears Gucci dress, tights and shoes

Posing at a Roy Lichtenstein exhibit, Jessica Stam wears Gucci dress, tights and shoes

Top model Jessica Stam brings a pop of color to the May 2017 issue of Harper’s Bazaar US. Photographed by Kenneth Willardt, the blonde poses at the Roy Lichtenstein ‘Pop for the People’ exhibition in Los Angeles. With makeup and hair inspired by the American artist’s work, Jessica takes on retro styles with a modern day twist. Fashion editor Joanna Hillman selects pieces from the likes of Missoni, Giorgio Armani and Gucci for the vibrant spread. For beauty, hairstylist Eric Gabriel worked on her short, platinum coif with makeup by Francesca Tolot.

EDITORIAL: JESSICA STAM IN ‘POP OF COLOR’ FOR HARPER’S BAZAAR MAY 2017

Jessica Stam channels pop art in Missoni coat, tights and sunglassesJessica Stam channels pop art in Missoni coat, tights and sunglassesLooking blue, Jessica Stam models Giorgio Armani jacket, Effy Jewelry earrings and Le Vian ringsLooking blue, Jessica Stam models Giorgio Armani jacket, Effy Jewelry earrings and Le Vian ringsShowing her spots, Jessica Stam models striped Michael Kors Collection sweater, Tacori earrings and Lagos necklaceShowing her spots, Jessica Stam models striped Michael Kors Collection sweater, Tacori earrings and Lagos necklaceDressed in monochrome, Jessica Stam models Celine dress and pantsDressed in monochrome, Jessica Stam models Celine dress and pants

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SSENSE SALE ALERT: GET UP TO 50% OFF ON THESE ITEMS

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SSENSE launches its spring-summer 2017 sale

SSENSE launches its spring-summer 2017 sale

Luxury fashion retailer SSENSE recently launched its spring-summer 2017 sale. Get ready to enjoy up to 50% off on designer items. From dresses to sandals to denim to bags and tops; savings like these are rare to find. Top brands like Miu Miu, Givenchy, Dolce & Gabbana and Marques Almeida take the spotlight. 


SSENSE SPRING/SUMMER 2017 SALE

Miu Miu White Lips Bag $1,705 (previously $2,030)Miu Miu White Lips Bag $1,705 (previously $2,030)
This goatskin shoulder bag features a carry handle at the top with an adjustable shoulder strap and brass-tone hardware.Givenchy Black Satin Slip Dress $1,267 (previously $2,185)Givenchy Black Satin Slip Dress $1,267 (previously $2,185)
A lace trimmed slip dress comes in black with grosgrain shoulder straps in white.adidas Originals Pink Suede Stan Smith Sneakers $74 (previously $95)adidas Originals Pink Suede Stan Smith Sneakers $74 (previously $95)
These pink sneakers come in suede and leather with perforated detail at the sides featuring gold stamping.Ellery White Medusa Bubble Sleeve Shirt Dress $696 (previously $870)Ellery White Medusa Bubble Sleeve Shirt Dress $696 (previously $870)
A long sleeve cotton dress features bubble sleeves with a gathered waist and a short hemline.Dolce & Gabbana Black Flower Slide Sandals $687 (previously $995)Dolce & Gabbana Black Flower Slide Sandals $687 (previously $995)
A leather slip-on sandal features colorful floral embellishments with leather, raffia and faux-pearl appliqués.Marques Almeida Blue Denim V-Neck Dress $434 (previously $595)Marques Almeida Blue Denim V-Neck Dress $434 (previously $595)
This denim dress features a frayed edge asymmetrical hemline and V-neckline.

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NAOMI CAMPBELL TURNS UP THE GLAM FACTOR IN EVENING STANDARD MAGAZINE

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Naomi Campbell on Evening Standard Magazine May 5th, 2017 Cover

Naomi Campbell on Evening Standard Magazine May 5th, 2017 Cover

Supermodel Naomi Campbell lands the May 5th, 2017 cover of Evening Standard Magazine. Photographed by Thierry Le Gouès, the British beauty wears a sequined embellished dress from Attico. Inside the fashion glossy, Naomi turns up the glam factor in chic ensembles from the latest collections. Stylist Jenny Kennedy dresses the leggy stunner in the designs of Jacquemus, Burberry, Christopher Kane and more. For beauty, hairstylist Seb Bascle creates her wavy tresses with makeup by Renee Garnes.

COVER STORY: NAOMI CAMPBELL STARS IN EVENING STANDARD MAY 2017

Supermodel Naomi Campbell poses in Jacquemus blouse and Ellery thigh high bootsSupermodel Naomi Campbell poses in Jacquemus blouse and Ellery thigh high bootsNaomi Campbell shows off a graphic eyeliner look with Burberry coat and Christopher Kane braNaomi Campbell shows off a graphic eyeliner look with Burberry coat and Christopher Kane braNaomi Campbell wears Burberry coat and Christopher Kane braNaomi Campbell wears Burberry coat and Christopher Kane braFlashing a smile, Naomi Campbell models Jacquemus blouseFlashing a smile, Naomi Campbell models Jacquemus blouse

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