Actress Amber Tamblyn: "Our movement is big. And a black dress is just the beginning of the darkness that will be drained from every industry across the country by the time we’re done. That’s a promise.”
Melania Trump’s casual shirt was a 360-degree departure from how she began the weekend, wearing an $1,880 green Missoni midi-dress and Manolo Blahnik orange snakeskin stilettos.
Marc Jacobs has made a statement with his latest ad. The photo is a waist-down shot of two models with long legs — and one has the skin condition vitiligo.
In contrast to his usual #NYFW spectacles, Marc Jacobs’s show at NYC's Park Avenue Armory was so minimalist many attendees didn't even realize when it started. Guests included Frances Bean Cobain (the face of Marc Jacobs's Spring 2017 campaign), Katy Perry, Zosia Mamet, Lil Kim, Mandy Moore, Lottie Moss, and Amanda Peet.
Kaia Gerber, the genetically blessed daughter of supermodel Cindy Crawford and former model turned restaurateur Rande Gerber, celebrated being the face of Marc Jacobs Beauty with a party in her honor during New York Fashion Week. The teenager stunned at the event, but she wasn’t the only celebrity offspring heating up Fashion Week.
[Photo: Instagram/marcjacobs] Another season, another controversy. Marc Jacobs’s SS17 show on the last day of NYFW sparked angry comments after giving white models fake dreadlocks. Hairstylist Guido Palau denied the cultural appropriation link, telling People that Rasta culture wasn’t an influence: “I don’t really think about that. I take inspiration from every culture.
Just when you thought there was no part of the ’90s left to repackage for a new generation, Marc Jacobs delivers a sublime Lady Miss Kier meets Ani DiFranco collection.
“From the moment I heard “The Rain” back in 1997, I was entranced by the genius rhythms and brilliant rhymes of Missy Elliott. Missy’s music has kept me and my design team happily energized through countless weekdays, weeknights, and weekends during those long hours of sketching, fitting, styling, and doing looks,” Marc Jacobs said.
What better way to celebrate Fashion Week than with a shoot featuring a global icon in an assemblage of outré looks by the world’s best designers? We called in the best, most fashion-forward pieces of the spring 2016 season, and designers Rick Owens, Balmain, Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, Jeremy Scott, and Sonia Rykiel all heeded our call. Check out the slideshow to see the exclusive looks.
Ziggy Stardust, is that you? It was announced early this month that Gaga would perform a tribute to David Bowie at this year’s Grammy Awards—but it seems that she’s chosen to extend her homage to him well beyond the stage. Of all the artists making music today, Lady Gaga may be the one whose career has been most influenced by Bowie.
Marc Jacobs has always been synonymous with cool, and his ad campaigns have always reflected it. Shot by iconic photographer Juergen Teller, who photographed all of Jacobs' campaigns up until 2014, when he refused to photograph Miley Cyrus, brought his inimitable, signature washed-out look and tongue-in-cheek attitude, making the world of Marc Jacobs seem like the only world worth living in. Now, the designer has slowly been revealing his new Fall 2015 campaign on Instagram, alluding to the fact that it will revolve around all the amazing and inspiring people that he has met throughout the years – most of them, his personal friends. So we thought it would be a perfect time to take a walk down memory lane by checking out all the luminaries that have appeared in his campaigns over the past two decades, and trying to figure out which ones will make an appearance in his new campaign.
As Kendall Jenner’s revealed as the new face of Mango, we take a look back at the high-profile campaigns she’s bagged in the last few years, cementing her status as a successful model. Which campaign was your favourite? Tweet us at @YahooStyleUK.
This weekend at the Dolce & Gabbana Spring 2016 show in Milan, models walked down the runway taking selfies with the attendees. “Be part of this unique fashion moment!” the announcement over the runway read. From high fashion to Hollywood, selfies are longer just for tweens and Kardashians.