New World Armh: BALMAIN shoes diversity in Fall 2014 campaign..


One of the most impressive fashion campaigns recently saw the spotlight, receiving admiral comments by the connoisseurs.  The reason for the campaign of French brand Balmain for autumn-winter 2014. Olivier Rousteing, creative director of French fashion house gathers his troops for the campaign AW14, which is signed by Mario Sorrenti and presents among other some of the most highly sought after models currently in place, such as Jourdan Dunn, Cara  Delevingne,  Binx Walton and Kayla Scott.

What if in the campaign for Spring-Summer 2014 Rihanna stole all the impressions as the sole star? This time Rousteing changed his philosophy to a more massive approach. As shown, the vision of the Balmain women’s collection is all about feminine power. In the new campaign, recruited “strong cards” of Balmain, which do stand out for their diversity and their distinctiveness, not uniformity and universality. Racial differences do not have space in fashion, which proves the given advertising aesthetic of the campaign ..

10 famous stars design bags for Fendi, the Peekaboo Project

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Coinciding with the opening of its new boutique in London, the firm launched the Fendi Peekaboo Project: A charity initiative to finance the organization Kids Company, which helps victims of child abuse.
The Italian fashion house will auction 10 unique bagsPeekaboo”, designed by 10 famous women, among which are the Gwyneth Paltrow, Cara Delevingne, Adele and Georgia May Jagger. Each bag will be inspired by the personality of each designer. For exampleAdele’s is painted pink, a happy face (and great lashes), while Delevingne’s has painted on an “S” of the word Superman.
The auction will begin at the end of the month with the first “hit” to start at 15,000 pounds.

Cara Delevingne is not a standout beauty’: Karl Lagerfeld gives the low-down on his favourite model – and describes selfies as ‘electronic masturbation

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She may open the show for Chanel, and accompanied Karl Lagerfeld himself at the close of the event, but Cara Delevingne has not escaped the fire of the Kaiser. The director of Chanel spoke to the Guardian stating among alia, about the 21 year old model 

‘Cara Delevingne is not a standout beauty

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‘Was it Bacon who said, ‘There is not beauty without some strangeness in the proportions’?’

Regarding the love of Cara for Instagram and her famous selfies Lagerfeld, unsurprisingly, did not mince his words.

‘They are this horrible thing where you are distorted. The chin is too big, the head is too small. No, this is electronic masturbation.’

And while it seems barely a week goes by without either Cara herself, or another young star, getting a new inking (and of course sharing it on social media), Karl disapproves.

Tattoos are like sleeping in a printed T-shirt, you will never get clean again,’

Editorial File: Cara Delevingne welcomes 2014 with spectacular cover!

Perhaps this is one of the best models currently on the global fashion scene, which makes it the most appropriate to wish Happy New Year” for the British Vogue. Cara Delevingne graces the first cover of the 2014 British Vogue (and second in total), wearing a sensational styling set manually Heidi Slimane – on behalf of the house of Saint Laurent Paris.

Moreover, the photo shooting accompanying the magnificent cover, which is curated by Alasdair McLellan, the 21-year-old British is wearing among others a gold jacket house Lanvin, which leaves open to look her naked skin.

Cara Delevingne Poses in Sexy Lingerie for La Perla Campaign

The British model posed for the new campaign of La Perla lingerie in the lens of Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott. Cara Delevingne is one of those models who will star in several campaigns for next season. Already posed for the spring campaign of DKNY along with Jourdan Dunn and Eliza Cummings, and although she is working with lingerie the company Victoria’s Secret, she is  starring in the campaign of lingerie company La Perla.

The 21-year-old model posed in the lens of Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott wearing lingerie of the Italian House in a campaign that the art direction is signed by Fabien Baron.