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Coach pre fall 2016

When it comes to featuring cars in fashion shoots, have you noticed only vintage cars will do? Here’s the perfect example; Coach’s first ever pre-fall campaign for its Coach 1941 women’s RTW and bag line. In this context though, a classic American, leather-interiored car absolutely nails it. What does contemporary Coach stand for, if not luxury leathers and iconic Americana?

The campaign was shot on location in Red Hook, Brooklyn, depicting Stuart Vevers’ vision of laid back but youthful luxury (that’s helping to revive the brand, to much acclaim). The casting and styling are on point too. Can’t you totally imagine Lexi, Imaan and Riane gadding about town in their dinosaur sweaters and Rogue handbags IRL, being studiedly fabulous?

Coach pre fall 2016
Coach pre fall 2016
Coach pre fall 2016
Coach pre fall 2016
Coach pre fall 2016
Coach pre fall 2016
Coach pre fall 2016

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WORDS: Navaz Batliwalla/Disneyrollergirl
IMAGES: COACH Pre-fall 2016 by Steven Meisel, art-directed by Baron & Baron and styled by Karl Templer.
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Must see: Vogue 100 A Century Of Style

Twiggy by Ronald Traeger Vogue 100 National Portrait Gallery

While all the fashion chatter of the last two weeks has revolved around the subjects of fashion week and fashion media and their relevance in the social media age, an interesting exhibition has opened at the National Portrait Gallery to slow the conversation right down. Vogue 100: A Century of Style is a celebration of 100 years of Vogue, the iconic print magazine whose images (photos and illustrations) continue to wield huge influence on style and culture.

Why go to an exhibition showing cult Vogue images when you can see them most any day flashing up on Instagram, Tumblr or Pinterest? The answer to me is simple. (more…)

Prada Resort 2015 campaign by Steven Meisel

Prada Resort 2015 campaign by Steven Meisel

Love how Prada campaigns never look like anything else. Example: this spooky Prada Resort 2015 campaign by Steven Meisel, featuring Adrienn Juliger, Ine Neefs and Moya Mardy. (more…)

From the vaults: Kirsten Owen

Vogue-Italia-Kirsten-Owen

Kirsten Owen in no make-up make-up, smiling and having a cheeky fag on the cover of Vogue Italia. In a plain black jumper. No coverlines. Just fantastic, no? (from September 1997, by Steven Meisel…)