Perhaps attempting to cover up her face from the paparazzi, British model Cara Delevingne was seen hiding behind a gas mask, wearing a navy full length onesie with her hood up and added Timberland boots to complete her random outfit choice. The model was seen departing a studio in the North London area. Cara recently attended the premiere of her biggest film role to date for 'Face of an Angel' - see the photos here.
Swedish model Tilda Lindstam frequently sources her style inspiration from eras gone by. The clear vintage influence was visible as she was spotted on the street after the Dolce & Gabbana Spring/Summer 2015 show at Milan Fashion Week. The model paired a navy loose-fitting shirt with a short suede brown skirt, completing the outfit with black socks, lace-up loafers and a brown shoulder bag. Tilda's unique style continues to amaze and she is definitely one of the most original dressers on the street during Fashion Week.
Continuing her big comeback after recently making a surprise appearance at the Prada Spring/Summer 2015 show, Australian model Gemma Ward poses for Country Road's Spring/Summer 2014 campaign. Photographed by Will Davidson, Gemma looks natural and flawless in the new images which see her hitting the beach and relaxing by the ocean in casual attire.
Showing off her post-baby figure after recentl welcoming a baby daughter, Dutch beauty Doutzen Kroes looked amazing at Elle's 21st Annual Women In Hollywood event. Opting for a minimal long sleeve white mini-dress which perfectly flaunted her gorgeous body, Doutzen completed her outfit with tan heels, wavy hair and simple makeup.
After the news of 82-year-old fashion designer Oscar de la Renta's death broke, American model and close friend Karlie Kloss shared a tribute and photograph of the designer with her followers via Instagram. The model wrote a heartfelt note to sum up her feelings about Oscar's death. She wrote:
"The world lost one of the most extraordinary people that I have ever met. Thank you for helping me become the woman I am today and for always inspiring me to be better. There simply is no one else like you."
Earlier this year, Karlie praised the designer, who she met at the beginning of her career, saying just how much he influenced her. She wrote the story:
The first time I met Oscar de la Renta, I was 15 years old. I’d just started high school and was in New York City for my first full Fashion Week. I remember going to my first Oscar de la Renta fitting and sitting in his Garment District atelier, just studying everything hanging on the walls. The room was filled with beautiful creations from Oscar’s world—embroidered fabrics in rich hues, sparkling gems, and extraordinary sketches. It was chaotic but beautiful, like everything around me. This tall, tan, and elegant man walked into the room and introduced himself.
Oscar had sophistication and ease, but most of all, he made me feel comfortable and at home. For a moment, I forgot about being young, new, and having never worn a designer gown before. From that first meeting, I saw Oscar’s genius, but also felt his humility and humor. He radiated a true dedication, grace, and love. Since that meeting, I have walked in many shows for Oscar and am so proud and thankful to be a tiny part of his amazing story.
Through his years as a designer, he has dressed an esteemed group of women from Audrey Hepburn to Jackie O. and Oprah. When I wear his gowns, I try to embody the spirit of these women and bring Oscar’s brilliant vision to life. On the runway and off, models are often indexed against big moments—covers, campaigns, and runway shows. In the midst of this, however, most of us are just growing up; experiencing moments in this industry that will never be captured on film, but will inspire and shape us as we grow.
For me, meeting Oscar de la Renta was one of those uncaptured but formative moments in my modeling career. Every time I’m with Oscar, he imbues me with the same confidence and ease as on that first day. His mentorship, kindness, and friendship continue to guide and inform my approach to life. The Oscar woman is confident, understated, and elegant—a true lady. I feel honored just to know him.
Enjoying a night out with some friends, British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley was seen heading to a restaurant in Hollywood. Always styled beautifully, the model teamed sequin trousers with a simple black sweater, black suede ankle boots and a small black shoulder bag. With wavy loose hair and a dewy complexion, Rosie impressed with her flawless and still casual evening look.
Attending the Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2015 show at Paris Fashion Week, Chinese model Liu Wen looked amazing as she arrived before the event. Wearing a gorgeous sporty inspired zip-through dress in a flattering nude tone, the model completed her look with a quilted clutch bag, black heels, a wrapped belt and a statement gold earring. With sleek hair and simple makeup, Liu easily carries off this elegant and unique outfit choice.
Attending the premiere for her biggest film role to date in 'Face of an Angel', British model Cara Delevingne hit the red carpet during London's Film Festival. Wearing a minimal black mini-dress paired with studded wedge trainers, Cara completed her event look with beach style wavy hair, smoky eyes and several accessories, including some necklaces, a watch, rings and bracelets.
21-year-old Hungarian model Barbara Palvin covers the latest issue of Malibu magazine, and speaks about her career. Barbara says that fame hasn't happened instantaneously for her, so she has been able to adapt slowly to it and it is something she is now getting used to:
“I started when I was 16, and so it’s not like all of a sudden I got famous. It’s a step-by step. You get used to it.”
The model explains that Instagram is now very important for models, because often potential clients look up who they might work with beforehand on the site:
“When clients want to see how we look, they’ll just go on our Instagram. We can take really good pictures of ourselves.”
On how fans react to her:
“Whenever someone walks up to me, and says ‘OMG are you Barbara?’ I say, ‘Yeah’ but then she starts crying – I just want to say, ‘Don’t cry. I’m just like you.”
Stepping out during the Spring/Summer 2015 Fashion Weeks, Polish model Ola Rudnicka was seen wearing a simple but stylish dark outfit. Pairing a black leather jacket over a slouchy black mini-dress, she completed the look with flat black loafers, black socks and a black leather shoulder bag. Sticking to all black, Ola's refined and still edgy look is unique and effortlessly casual.
Attending God's Love We Deliver, Golden Heart Awards, Polish model Anja Rubik looked amazing as she arrived at the event, wowing in a gorgeous figure-hugging red mini-dress which featured a short slit, revealing more of one leg. Adding red lips, wavy hair, bronze eyes and black heels, Anja created a minimal yet bold look for the event.