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Posts for September 27th 2011

Elle France September 2011 Editorial - Kate Moss


Elle France
September 2011
Photographer: Sonia Sieff
Model: Kate Moss

D la Repubblica #760 September 2011 Cover - Sophie Thomas


D la Repubblica #760
September 2011
Photographer: Julian Broad
Model: Sophie Thomas

Hello Kitty x Forever 21


Forever 21 and Sanrio have announced their first exclusive collaboration, a limited-edition Hello Kitty fashion collection featuring women’s apparel, intimates, hosiery, jewelry and accessories. The Forever 21 for Hello Kitty Exclusive Collection will make its debut on November 18th.

The limited-edition styles include everything from adorable accessories such as jewelry and bags to socks and tights, also pointelle sweaters, logo tees, cardigans—even a maxi-dress! Priced from $3.80 to just under $30, the limited-edition Forever 21 for Hello Kitty Exclusive Collection will be available in stores and online.

Photos courtesy of Forever 21.

Vogue Italia September 2011 Editorial - Jacquelyn Jablonski


Vogue Italia
September 2011
Photographer: Miles Aldridge
Model: Jacquelyn Jablonski
Stylist: Alice Gentilucci

Gucci Museum Opens in Florence


Gucci celebrated its 90th birthday by opening the Gucci Museo in Florence.  The museum displays the iconic brand's rich history, from its Italian beginnings to its international fame.

"The intent is to tell our story and make it visible for everyone, doing something with and for this city," Gucci president and chief executive office Patrizio di Marco told WWD.

The museum holds contemporary art installations as well as Gucci pieces.  Di Marco added that he wants the space to be "dynamic" rather than "nostalgic" with themes changing year round.

The first room of the museum centers around travel.  Gucci founder, Guccio Gucci became fascinated with high-end luggage when he worked as a busboy at the Savoy Hotel in London.  The centerpiece of the room is a limited edition 1979 Cadillac Seville designed by Guccio Gucci's son, Aldo.  The car is lavishly decorated with green and red stripes and monogrammed with the brand's infamous GG monogram.  It still runs.

Other rooms are dedicated to Gucci jewelry, lifestyle items and its Hollywood connection.  The museum not only represents the success of a workwide brand, but a quintessentially Italian one.  The museum's location is Piazza della Signoria across from the Medici home - Palazzo Vecchio - reinforces Gucci as a symbol of Florentine heritage and history.

Di Marco told WWD that the museum is "an homage to the city.  Although Gucci is a truly international company, we are a Florentine success story."

Photos courtesy of WWD.

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Self Service Fall/Winter 2011 Cover - Arizona Muse


Self Service
Fall/Winter 2011
Photographer: Alasdair McLellan
Model: Arizona Muse

Kate Moss for Fred Jewelry Collection


Kate Moss is expanding her repertoire as a designer once again, this time with the French jewelry brand Fred which is owned by LVMH (Louis Vuitton Moët Hennessy).  Fred is a prestigious, fine jewelry label created by Fred Samuel in 1936.

Moss' collection for Fred is inspired by her own tattoos, and features 22 jewelry pieces made from gold and precious stones.  The collection includes an anchor necklace, as well as various pieces with hearts, crescent moons, and stars.  French Fred stores, Fred's e-boutique, and Fred in Harrod's London will sell her jewelry line exclusively when it debuts on October 1.

Photos courtesy of Fred Paris.

Harper's Bazaar Russia October 2011 Editorial - Snejana Onopka


Harper's Bazaar Russia
October 2011
Photographer: Benjamin Alexander Huseby 
Model: Snejana Onopka
Stylist: Natalia Alaverdian

Numéro Tokyo November 2011 Cover - Jac Jagaciak


Numéro Tokyo
November 2011
Model: Jac Jagaciak

Gwen Stefani's Harajuku Mini x Target Collection


Gwen Stefani's collection for Target, set to debut November 13th, consists of fun and affordable clothing for babies, children and tweens.

"Harajuku Mini is a dream come true," Stefani, 41, told WWD. "I've always wanted to do a cool children's fashion line inspired by the super-cute and playful kid's clothing you find in Japan."

The line includes everything from graphic t-shirts to tutus and will come in sizes 6 months to 16 years.

"Target has given me the creative freedom to design kid's clothing that is different than most anything you usually see out there with great quality, attention to detail and most of all, available at amazing prices," Stefani said.

Photos courtesy of Target.

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