BARRYMORE: Okay, magic wand time. Fantasy clothes by any designer made especially for you right now. Go.
MORETZ: Oh, no! It’s like a ball gown or something amazingly huge and beautiful. It would probably have to be either, like, Valentino or Oscar de la Renta. And then if it was something beautiful that Audrey Hepburn might wear—you know, just perfect and cute and special—it would probably be either Givenchy or Chanel. And if it was crazy—like, amazingly psychotic—it would have to be Vivienne Westwood.
“Franca Sozzani is a perfect choice to lead our mission as goodwill ambassador. Her professional career as well as her philanthropic efforts are truly an inspiration that will garner the support of fashion elite worldwide.”
– Evie Evangelou, co-founder of the World Fashion Development Programme and Fashion 4 Development
From the glorious insides of August 2011‘s issue of Interview magazine, we have it-girl Saskia de Brauw looking very dissatisfied by the advances of Marique Schimmel. To be honest, if I was clad in Gucci (as styled by Karl Templer), had perfect hair (Luigi Murenu) and make-up (Diane Kendal), with the photographic genius duo of Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott in front of me, I’d be satisfied enough already. So much Gucci! Gucci overload! Gucci-gasm! View Post
I love Lara Stone with eyebrows. I love Lara Stone with alien bleached brows, though I will never understand the trend, but I looooove Lara Stone with eyebrows. So, I might be brow-blinded, but this “Wild Swimwear” spread in the May 2011 issue of Interview looks pretty flawless. Props to stylist Karl Templer for throwing inflatable creatures into the Mikael Jansson-photographed mix. View Post
Photographed by Craig McDean for a series of black & white photos to accompany an interview by the one and only Anna Dello Russo, fashion designer and social media junkie Joseph Altuzarra takes the pages of Interview Magazine.
ANNA DELLO RUSSO: You’ve only done four collections and already you’re more popular than Tom Ford. How do you think that happened?
JOSEPH ALTUZARRA: [laughs] I think it’s because of the Internet. You can build a brand very fast now, especially with bloggers and how fast images can get out—the message just goes out faster and stronger than ever before. But what I’m trying to do is something consistent every season, something strong. And I try to be nice—most of the time.
Read the full interview here.