British beauty Poppy Delevingne was seen out in London, showing off a stylish off-duty look as she headed out and about in the city. Wearing a black fur jacket over a black sweater, she added a denim shirt tied around her waist and completed the look with black leather trousers, black boots and green sunglasses. She was also spotted with the new Coccinelle B14 bag hanging off her arm.
Showing up to the premiere of 'American Sniper' in New York City, German model Toni Garrn looked flawlessly put together in a full black ensemble. She wore a leather bralet underneath a sheer black shirt which was teamed with skinny jeans, black riding boots and a black belt. Adding a green clutch and gold necklace, the model looked beautiful with minimal makeup and loose hair for the film's premiere.
Enlisting Polish top model Anja Rubik, Marc Jacobs opted for a sleek and simple new Spring/Summer 2015 campaign. Photographed by David Sims, Anja dons black dishevelled hair as she poses in a structured green ensemble as styled by Katie Grand. Further unreleased images will include models Karlie Kloss, Adriana Lima, Joan Smalls, Kendall Jenner, Natasha Poly, Anna Ewers, Aya Jones and Jessica Stam - watch this space for more photos!
Photographed by Eudes de Santana, Brazilian model Gisele Bundchen appears on the cover of FFWMAG for their Winter 2015 issue. Wearing a look by Colcci and styled by Daniel Ueda, Gisele strikes a strong pose for the candid-looking new cover image. The issue also celebrates 20 years of Sao Paulo Fashion Week.
Dutch model Daphne Groeneveld was seen after the Nina Ricci Spring/Summer 2015 show during Paris Fashion Week. Wearing a white cropped t-shirt with acid wash jeans and black ankle boots, the model completed her look with a leather backpack and a white crochet coat. With her hair loosely tied back and showing off a wide smile, the model looked unfussy and stylish.
American model Lindsay Ellingson has a strange but intense fear of velvet and says she ''absolutely can't touch it''. She reveals that the mere touch of the fabric makes her feel very sick:
''I have a very weird phobia of velvet! I think it's called haptodysphoria. I absolutely can't touch it. My worst nightmare would be sleeping in a bed of velvet; it makes me nauseous!''
Lindsay also reveals that she's going to launch her own cosmetic line next year which will be named 'Wander Beauty' and she has always been obsessed with beauty products:
''I'm so excited to announce I'll be launching a cosmetic line called Wander Beauty next April! I've learned so much in the last 10 years as a model, and I'm obsessed with beauty products. My friends call me the walking Sephora because I carry such a variety of beauty products in my purse, they can always count on me for a touch up. I love doing their makeup as well as my own for red carpet events and dates.''
Opting for a classic outfit, British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley paired a basic white t-shirt with skinny jeans as she arrived back in Los Angeles. Adding a sharktooth pendant necklace, aviator sunglasses and white trainers to complete her outfit, Rosie looked effortless and relaxed as she made her way through the terminal.
Photographed by Mario Testino, Burberry have enlisted models Jourdan Dunn and Naomi Campbell for their new Spring/Summer 2015 campaign. Outfitted in bright prints and showing off an array of accessories, the two top British models look stunning side-by-side. Jourdan commented on working with Naomi:
"Burberry is such an iconic brand and I feel very proud to be a part of their campaign and their team. This campaign is even more special for me because I was shot with Naomi Campbell for the first time - someone who I admire and respect within the fashion industry."
Naomi said about the new campaign:
"I admire what Christopher and the entire Burberry family are doing so it's great to be back working with the brand again. We've all witnessed the evolution of this great British brand and it is a privilege to be a part of its continuing progress within the world of fashion. It is always a pleasure to work with Mario Testino; we came up in the business together 28 years ago, so have an understanding and ease in working together. His photography is special and the results are always stunning. And I was thrilled to work with Jourdan Dunn for the first time - it was a lot of fun. But above all, it's always rewarding for an artist to work on a campaign for a world-class product."
Spotted walking around New York City, American model Karlie Kloss showed off her classic, elegant sense of style. Pairing a stripe shirt underneath a grey figure-hugging sweater and adding leather trousers and ankles boots to complete the look - as well as a timeless Chanel bag - Karlie pieced together a practical and stylish outfit that will always look good. With a glowing complexion and loose hair, Karlie's refined look suited her perfectly.
Orlando Bloom has revealed that he intends to spend Christmas with model Miranda Kerr despite their split this year. The actor commented that his family will join Miranda's family and they'll have a joint celebration over the holidays so they can both be there for their son Flynn. He added that Miranda is "close" and they'll be together:
''He's four in January. So his mom is really close, which is great. So we'll be able to do Christmas together. Her family, my family. We'll all kind of come together.''
He previously commented on their split:
''We're a family and we'll always love each other and we're going to be in each other's lives. 'What [Flynn] reads and knows about when he's a grown up is more important to me than anything, We both love and cherish each other and then our boy so it's great.''
Balmain have enlisted an all-star model cast for their new Spring/Summer 2015 campaign. Top models Rosie Huntington-Whiteley, Adriana Lima, Joan Smalls, Crista Cober and Isabeli Fontana chow down on burgers and play video games in the two newly released images. The new photos were shot by photographer Mario Sorrenti.
Gucci creative director Frida Giannini has announced that she will leave the fashion house after the upcoming Autumn/Winter 2015 collection shows in Milan. Frida's husband, Patrizio di Marco, will also step down from his CEO position and will be replaced by Marco Bizzarri. The company explained that a new Creative Director will be appointed "later on". François-Henri Pinault commented on Frida's departure:
"I would like to thank Frida for her extraordinary passion, dedication and contribution to the Gucci brand. She has been the sole creative director of Gucci for close to a decade. This is a remarkable accomplishment, considering the level and breadth of responsibility of overviewing all the aspects related to product and image for such a global brand during such a long period of time. I am truly grateful to her for her achievements, creativity and the passion that she has always instilled in her work."
In May this year, Frida hinted that the time was coming for her to move on, insisting that it's natural for younger talents to take over:
"If you ask me if I will be here at 60, I would say no, I think that at a certain point there must be a change and you have to make room for the new and younger generations."