Fashion's Night Out: The Show - Runway
From beginning to end, Fashion’s Night Out: The Show was an overwhelmingly amazing spectacle to experience, but when you have supers including Gisele Bündchen, Naomi Campbell, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Coco Rocha walking, that is clearly to be expected.

While many were waiting for the show to start on the runway, it really began on the city’s streets, as the models drove up on a Fashion’s Night Out branded bus! With a wave, the supers exited the bus, dressed in this year’s t-shirts and opened the show, accessorizing long skirts with the iconic Fashion’s Night Out t-shirts. What was quite possibly the fastest and largest scale show ever seemed like a total blur. Between 171 looks and over 150 models, the largest public runway show in NYC history was completed in about 10 minutes. Girls took to the circular runway, showing off a variety of different trends after the ‘Opening Act’: Fifties Flair, Tartan Twist, Pure At Heart, Weekend Wrap Up, Rock Chic, Go Global, and Jazz Age Cool.

For their second turn around the catwalk, models including Jourdan Dunn, Angela Lindvall, Chanel Iman, and Lily Donaldson came out dressed in long gowns, strutting to a live performance from Pharrell. After Naomi appeared in a gold Oscar de la Renta sparkly number (the same which Cameron Diaz wore recently), the show was over, and she lead girls back into the bus for a dance party style send off.

“The best part was seeing the faces who are not part of fashion, the people who’ve never been to a fashion show before. It was insane because we never see that. We were almost like rock stars on the runway. Especially when they saw girls like Gisele and Naomi.”
Coco Rocha

Afterward, in a rare moment, Gisele sat down to chat with André Leon Talley in her ball-gown.

“I had a blast and I think it’s so great all the girls came together to support something like this,” she said. “I’ve been a model for 15 years and I was so nervous! This was the longest runway I’ve ever done!”

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Vs Magazine Rachel Weisz
Never failing to surprise with their covers, for the latest issue of Vs Magazine they have decided to release four covers led by supermodel Naomi Campbell. In addition, we have the gorgeous actresses Christina Ricci, Eva Mendes, and Rachel Weisz all scribbled over in red graffiti. View Post

Fashions Night Out Show
Vogue promised that there would be 150 top models at New York City’s largest-ever public fashion show, Fashion’s Night Out: The Show, and the names are even bigger than we all expected. Alessandra Ambrosio, Gisele Bündchen, Naomi Campbell, Lily Donaldson, Karolina Kurkova, Adriana Lima, Angela Lindvall, Sasha Pivovarova, and Coco Rocha will all be walking the runway at Lincoln Center. If you can’t watch the spectacle unfold in person, André Leon Talley and Vogue.com contributor Hanneli Mustaparta will be hosting a live webcast on CBS.com. This may be the only time you’ll see these gorgeous creatures in lower-end threads. A fashion voyeur’s delight no matter where you are.

Love Magazine Alessandra Ambrosio Cover

Alessandra Ambrosio

Love Magazine loves to do multiple covers. The last issue featured eight models, including Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss, Daria Werbowy, Lara Stone, Jeneil Williams, Natalia Vodianova, Kristen McMenamy, and Amber Valletta in the exact same pose.

For September’s Love Issue 4, the editors are continuing the trend, but this time around, the looks are anything but similar. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley takes on a 50s bombshell appearance, while Alessandra Ambrosio’s gone high fashion and drastic by bleaching her eyebrows and painting on a bright red lip to pair with the background. All eight covers will be coming soon.
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iD Covers Lady Gaga, Kate Moss and Naomi CampbellAfter the blow-up we all heard about previously, they finally released their tri-cover!

In the words of i-D:

With more names than you can shake a bag of monkeys at, we have brains, beauty and the downright gorgeous, back-to-back-to-back in our non-stop birthday festivities. From rapstars to trapstars, supers to trannies, we conducted a 3 week celebratory photoshoot at Somerset House collaborating with Nick Knight to document the turn of the decade. From cover to cover, the portraits will run throughout the THEN Pre-Fall issue. Almost 200 people took part in the breathtaking project, including The XX, Phoebe Philo, Sir Paul Smith, Florence Welch, Vivienne Westwood, Lara Stone, Pink and Gareth Pugh. Shot entirely in black and white this will be a collectors issue of the future and an important marker in time – made even more spectacular with our three amazing cover stars; Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Lady Gaga.

To be honest, I’m not feeling the new logo but I am beyond excited to paw through the insides.