Johnny Depp's daughter graces one of four covers for CR Fashion Book‘s 11th edition issue. The model and actress wears only a unbuttoned plaid shirt revealing her cleavage, and she even poses topless inside.
There’s been much buzz about the upcoming Middle Eastern edition of Vogue magazine, conceived in part as a response to “the region’s luxury-retail sector,” which “has been booming for a few decades,” according to New York Magazine’s The Cut. First, it was announced that Princess Deena Aljuhani Abdulaziz had been named editor in chief of Vogue Arabia. Now the face that’s been chosen to launch the publication’s premiere issue has been revealed — although the selection shouldn’t be too surprising.
There are a lot of reasons to want to get know Georgia May Jagger, model, brand ambassador and daughter of famous Rolling Stones frontman Mick Jagger and model Jerry Hall.
Ranging from the daughters of supermodels to modern day “Cinderellas” plucked out of poverty, it appears that being underage is seen as a plus factor instead of a point of alarm (their ages are not being obscured by agencies or fashion houses) — a stark contrast to the protective measures against underage modeling that the fashion industry claimed to champion just a few years ago.
Gigi Hadid walking in the spring 2016 Versace show at Milan Fashion Week. (Photo: Instagram) Gigi Hadid might not be the typical model, but that hasn’t stopped the 20-year-old from ruling the runway this fashion week. Hadid has been breaking the waif-like model mold with her athletic and curvy figure since she made her runway debut during the fall 2014 season, but like any young woman in the spotlight, she falls victim to negative comments, especially on social media. On Monday morning Hadid took to Instagram to post a message to all of those that feel like they have something to say about her body.