Jourdan x Rag & Bone – Jourdan Dunn is the latest model to star in Rag & Bone’s D.I.Y. Project where participants capture candids of themselves wearing the label’s denim line. The British stunner photographed herself in London at her new apartment, and in New York City at Central Park.
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Trip-Hop – Photographer Richard Bush (Trouble Management) lenses this ode to prints and patterns for the October issue of Vogue Russia featuring Jourdan Dunn. Decorative selects from the likes of Stella McCartney, Acne, Prada, Kenzo, Dries van Noten, Emilio Pucci, and Chloé are styled by Veronique Didry to show off this season’s love affair with unbridled, elegant print. / Makeup by Mathias Van Hooff @ MFA, Hair by Raphael Salley @ Streeters, Manicure by Charlene Coquard @ Artlist
The Blonde Squad – i-D releases four more of sixteen covers for its fall issues starring four top models in sixties style hairdos. Photographed by Emma Summerton, (pictured in order) Aymeline Valade, Jourdan Dunn, Candice Huffine and Iselin Steiro show blondes have more fun in bold prints and knits.
The Faces – Matthew James Arthur Payne shares behind the scenes portraits of some of the industry’s leading models. Karlie Kloss, Jourdan Dunn, Joan Smalls, Cara Delevingne, Alima Fofana and Herieth Paul show off their striking features as they pose in the black and white images.
Britain’s Got Talent – The third issue of Ponystep celebrates all things British with five spring-summer covers featuring some of Britain’s biggest names. Models Georgia May Jagger and Jourdan Dunn, heiress Daphne Guinness, actress Joan Collins and boxer Amir Khan all pose for Miles Aldridge’s lens in the colorful portraits. Stylists Phoebe Arnold and Cathy Kasterine keep it glam with jewelry and skin baring tops.
Swept Away – Jourdan Dunn and Daria Strokous take a tropical getaway for the April issue of Vogue Japan, lensed by Josh Olins. Wearing some of spring’s most ladylike looks with a modern flair selected by fashion editor Giovanna Battaglia, Jourdan and Daria slip into pieces from the likes of Versace, Emilio Pucci and Marc Jacobs as they explore their newfound surroundings. Matching short hairdos by Shon and flawless makeup by Sally Branka provide the finishing touch.
Dior’s Classic Fall – Bill Gaytten looked towards the archives for inspiration with his second mainline collection for Dior’s fall 2012 presentation. With still no official word on a permanent creative director, the new season showcased demure forties and fifties inspired silhouettes in a muted color palette of taupe, black and burgundy. Despite the lack of Galliano opulence, Gaytten offered a lovely refinement for the autumn season with ballerina inspired shapes. Cinched jackets, pleated skirts and jewelry style embellishments dominate the Dior woman’s wardrobe for autumn.
Black on Black – Gareth Pugh delivered his signature gothic style for his namesake label’s fall 2012 collection presented during Paris Fashion Week. Pugh ditched last season’s bondage inspired shapes for more tribal designs complete with fringe dresses, leather outerwear and fur embellishments. High necklines, some of which that even cover the face, were matched with thin headbands, clunky boots and winged shoulders in all black and grey for the new season. Whether donning zipped up capes or shaggy coats, the Pugh woman knows how to bundle up for the upcoming winter.
Pucci’s Pared Down Fall – Emilio Pucci’s bohemian chic took a turn for glamorous minimalism with its fall 2012 presentation shown during Milan Fashion Week. Creative director Peter Dundas opened with a strong showing of black dresses in slinky silhouettes. Luxe crocodile, crystal detailing and sheer cutouts brought some sex appeal to the minimal designs. As the show progressed, some color was introduced in the form of sky blue and nude tones. Menswear inspired looks such as modified tuxedo jackets and tailored pants also made an appearance. With the lack of prints and fringe, it appears that the Pucci woman might be growing up, but as Dundas’ designs suggest–it doesn’t mean a loss of sex appeal for the upcoming autumn.
Sportmax’s Structured Fall – Max Mara’s offshoot line, Sportmax, presented its fall 2012 show earlier today on the fourth day of Milan Fashion Week. As always, Sportmax had a youthful appeal with high hemlines, experimental shapes and lightweight outerwear. The color palette showcased a balance between electric blue, fuchsia, off white and inky black. Autumn had an Eastern influence with origami-like folds and kimono ties appearing on lush fur-trimmed coats and dresses. Models wore wedged boots and Milan’s go-to accessory of black gloves to complement the streamlined, almost androgynous showing.