ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY TURNS UP THE GLAM FOR ELLE BRAZIL

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Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on ELLE Brazil September 2016 Cover
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on ELLE Brazil September 2016 Cover

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley lands not just one but two covers for the September 2016 issue of ELLE Brazil. The blonde beauty wears a floral print Burberry dress in one image while the other shows her sparkling in a Valentino gown. Inside the magazine, Rosie poses for David Bellemere in standout looks from the fall collections. StylistMarcell Maia selects the designs of Dior, Versace, Balenciaga and more for the glossy spread. Makeup artist Rachel Goodwin gives Rosie a radiant glow while Jenny Cho worked on hair.

ROSIE HUNTINGTON-WHITELEY – ELLE BRAZIL – SEPTEMBER 2016

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on ELLE Brazil September 2016 Cover
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley on ELLE Brazil September 2016 Cover
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley shows some shoulder in Dior jacket and skirt
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley shows some shoulder in Dior jacket and skirt
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley flaunts some leg in Versace coat and minidress
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley flaunts some leg in Versace coat and minidress
Model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wears Balenciaga coat and silver boots
Model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wears Balenciaga coat and silver boots
Model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wears Prada coat with crossbody bag
Model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley wears Prada coat with crossbody bag
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley models blue Louis Vuitton jacket and leather pants
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley models blue Louis Vuitton jacket and leather pants
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley layers up in Celine coat, tunic, pants and sandals
Rosie Huntington-Whiteley layers up in Celine coat, tunic, pants and sandals
Model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley strikes a pose in Proenza Schouler dress and shoes
Model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley strikes a pose in Proenza Schouler dress and shoes

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FREJA BEHA ERICHSEN ENTERS THE FOREST FOR H&M STUDIO’S FALL CAMPAIGN

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Freja Beha Erichsen stars in H&M Studio's fall-winter 2016 campaign
Freja Beha Erichsen stars in H&M Studio’s fall-winter 2016 campaign

After a runway show in Paris this March, H&M Studio’s fall-winter 2016 campaign has been unveiled. The images star model Freja Beha Erichsen captured in a moody, enchanted forest setting. Inspired by folk style and menswear separates, the fall season has an eclectic vibe. Captured by Daniel Jackson, the Danish beauty is ready for the cold weather in belted trench coats, suede jackets and tailored suiting. The H&M Studio collection will officially hit stores on September 8th.

Freja Beha Erichsen suits up in H&M Studio's fall 2016 advertising campaign
Freja Beha Erichsen suits up in H&M Studio’s fall 2016 advertising campaign
H&M Studio features suede coat in fall 2016 campaign
H&M Studio features suede coat in fall 2016 campaign
H&M Studio's fall 2016 campaign features embroidered hooded jacket with red pants
H&M Studio’s fall 2016 campaign features embroidered hooded jacket with red pants
Freja Beha Erichsen models belted wool trench coat from H&M Studio's fall 2016 collection
Freja Beha Erichsen models belted wool trench coat from H&M Studio’s fall 2016 collection
Freja Beha Erichsen wears shaggy hairstyle for H&M Studio
Freja Beha Erichsen wears shaggy hairstyle for H&M Studio

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KIRSTY HUME & DAUGHTER VIOLET POSE IN BOHO LOOKS FOR MALIBU MAGAZINE

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Mother and daughter Kirsty and Violet Hume pose for Mailbu Magazine
Mother and daughter Kirsty and Violet Hume pose for Mailbu Magazine

90’s modeling icon Kirsty Hume poses alongside her daughter Violet for Malibu Magazine. Photographed by Hilary Walsh (Atelier Management), the mother and daughter duo poses in relaxed, bohemian inspired looks while chilling outdoors. The images include designs from clothing collective Dôen, made by a collaboration ofeight women. From loose-fitting trousers to breezy maxi dresses, these looks embrace free-spirited vibes to the max. / Hair by Sylvia Wheeler, Makeup by Gloria Noto

Photographed by Hilary Walsh, Kirsty Hume wears looks from bohemian clothing collective, Dôen
Photographed by Hilary Walsh, Kirsty Hume wears looks from bohemian clothing collective, Dôen
Kirsty Hume poses with a staff while wearing long sleeve dress
Kirsty Hume poses with a staff while wearing long sleeve dress
Kirsty and Violet Hume model lounge-worthy looks for the spread
Kirsty and Violet Hume model lounge-worthy looks for the spread
Kirsty Hume layers up in long tunic and pants from Dôen
Kirsty Hume layers up in long tunic and pants from Dôen
Kirsty Hume and daughter Violet pose in the great outdoors wearing boho looks
Kirsty Hume and daughter Violet pose in the great outdoors wearing boho looks

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'VALLEY OF THE DOLLS' GETS THE (VERY LITERAL) MOSCHINO TREATMENT

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A look from Moschino's spring 2017 collection. Photo: Imaxtree
A look from Moschino's spring 2017 collection.

Since Jeremy Scott took the helm at Moschino three years ago, each season has begun with a guessing game as to what theme (typically something low-brow or relating to consumer culture) the clever designer will decide to interpret literally. But this time, we had some clues: at the designer's psychedelic '60s Los Angeles-inspired resort show (in Los Angeles), Fashionista contributor Corinn asked Scott if Jacqueline Susann's wonderfully scandalous 1966 novel "Valley of the Dolls" (or the 1967 film version) was a source of inspiration. His response? "No, but — well, I can’t say more than that because it will give away secrets." Then, when our invitation to spring 2017 — a prescription pill bottle filled with capsules (candy) and an RX slip handwritten by "Dr. Moschino" — arrived, we had some ideas. ("Dolls," in the novel, are another word for pills.)

As Gigi Hadid opened the show in a short wig, made up like a '60s Barbie, in a gown that looked like paper (tabs and all), Scott's interpretation became clear. The designer has had plenty of fun with trompe l'oeil over the years, but for spring 2017, everything was trompe l'oeil: two-dimensional, life-size paper doll versions of iconic Moschino looks — from swimsuits and sweatsuits to coats and evening gowns. Even the accessories looked like they were made of paper from the audience's point of view. "What you see and what you get are never in sync," reads a line from the show notes.

We don't yet know if those looks will actually be produced with stiff paper tabs sticking out from the sides, but eager shoppers, as is the case every season, will be able to shop a capsule collection straight from the runway covered in capsules: a pill-print sweater, an iPhone case that looks like a box of prescription medication, a T-shirt that reads, "Just Say Moschi-NO," etc. The collection drops Sunday at Stylebop.com. 

Also referenced in the show notes is Susann's opening line from "Valley of the Dolls," one that I've remembered since I read the book shortly after moving to New York 10 years ago: 

YOU'VE GOT TO CLIMB MOUNT EVEREST TO REACH THE VALLEY OF THE DOLLS. IT'S A BRUTAL CLIMB TO REACH THAT PEAK. YOU STAND THERE. WAITING FOR THE RUSH OF EXHILARATION; BUT, IT DOESN'T COME. YOU'RE ALONE AND THE FEELING OF LONELINESS IS OVERPOWERING.

It's #dark, but real, and the show got us thinking about a few things: consumerism, design copyright, the pitfalls fame, the fleeting nature of fashion, drugs. But mostly, it was funny, and fun from a model makeover perspective, with some of the industry's most recognizable faces preening in retro cocktail attire and a Barbie beauty look. Normally, we'd file this undergood model casting gone bad, but it perfectly underscored the (intentionally) contrived, temporary feeling of the collection.

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IRINA SHAYK POSES IN SEDUCTIVE STYLES FOR VOGUE JAPAN

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Irina Shayk stars in Vogue Japan's September issue
Irina Shayk stars in Vogue Japan’s September issue

Top model Irina Shayk graces the pages of Vogue Japan’s September 2016 issue, appearing in a sultry spread called ‘Irina in the Sun of Italy’. Photographer Giampaolo Sgura captures the Russian model in sun-drenched images featuring ladylike and form-fitting dresses from the fall collections. Fashion editor Anna Dello Russoselects the designs of Alexander McQueen, Ralph Lauren, Nina Ricci and more. From velvet gowns to lace dresses, these looks will have you excited for the autumn season.

Irina Shayk models Alexander McQueen gown
Irina Shayk models Alexander McQueen gown
Irina Shayk wears ruffle embellished dress from Chanel
Irina Shayk wears ruffle embellished dress from Chanel
Irina Shayk poses in velvet Ralph Lauren Collection dress with ruffled collar
Irina Shayk poses in velvet Ralph Lauren Collection dress with ruffled collar
Irina Shayk models lace Rodarte dress
Irina Shayk models lace Rodarte dress
Irina Shayk models sequin-embellished dress from Nina Ricci
Irina Shayk models sequin-embellished dress from Nina Ricci
Irina Shayk models fit and flare dress from Miu Miu
Irina Shayk models fit and flare dress from Miu Miu
Irina Shayk gets her closeup with her hair in tousled waves
Irina Shayk gets her closeup with her hair in tousled waves
Irina Shayk models lace embellished Bottega Veneta dress
Irina Shayk models lace embellished Bottega Veneta dress

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DIOR MAKEUP: THE NEW ROUGE DIOR

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Introducing the New Rouge Dior lipstick from Dior Makeup with Creative and Image Director Peter Philips – a highly pigmented couture matte finish that never compromises on lasting comfort, whatever the intense matte or indefinitely sensual satin effect.

Rouge Dior Lipstick - Couture Colour - From Satin To Matte- Comfort & Wear

Rouge Dior Lipstick - New Rouge Dior Lipstick - Red Smile, 999 Matte, Miss, Premiere

Rouge Dior Lipstick #ifeelgood Peter Philips

From sensual satin to high pigmented matte, the New Rouge Dior lipstick is featuring fifty couture colors; 028 Actrice, 047 Miss, 060 Première, 080 Red Smile, 136 Delicate Matte, 169 Grège 1947, 207 Montaigne Matte, 219 Rose Montaigne, 250 Bal, 263 Hasard, 277 Osée, 361 Rose Baiser, 414 Saint Germain, 434 Promenade, 439 Why Not, 475 Rose Caprice, 520 Feel Good, 555 Dolce Vita, 602 Visionary Matte, 634 Strong Matte, 642 Ready, 643 Stand Out, 644 Sydney, 652 Euphoric Matte, 670 True Matte, 672 Adorée, 683 Rendez-Vous, 743 Rouge Zinnia, 756 Panache, 762 Opéra, 766 Rose Harpers, 771 Radiant Matte, 772 Classic Matte, 775 Darling, 776 Soirée à Rio, 787 Exuberant Matte, 789 Superstitious Matte, 844 Trafalgar, 852 Plaza, 854 Concorde, 856 Célèbre, 962 Poison Matte, 964 Ambitious Matte, 976 Daisy Plum, 988 Rialto, 994 Mystérieuse, 999, 999 Matte. A palette of colors with iconic reds, passionate pink, vibrant corals, romantic rosewoods and extreme and surprising matte shades.

Rouge Dior Lipstick - Poison Matte 962, Montaigne Matte 207, Visionary Matte 602, Superstitious Matte 789

The makeup game, daring shades for an enigmatic smile. Clockwise Rouge Dior in Poison Matte 962, Montaigne Matte 207, Visionary Matte 602, Superstitious Matte 789.

Rouge Dior Lipstick #ifeelgood Peter Philips - Express yourself with Rouge Dior and its cult formula!

Matte madness with Rouge Dior in extreme matte texture.

Rouge Dior Lipstick - Match your lips and nails with the iconic Red Smile 080

The perfect twin set! Match your lips and nails with the iconic Red Smile 080 Rouge Dior.

Rouge Dior Lipstick - You can never go wrong with Dior ombré lips

You can never go wrong with Dior ombré lips. Apply Miss 047 all over your lips & Poison 962 at the center to create that sweet bitten lips effect.

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