Gurung’s Sumptuous Fall – For fall 2012, Prabal Gurung presented an array of form-fitting, body hugging silhouettes in a deep palette of electric blue, gold and black. Continuing a use of psychedelic prints, this season also gave way to rich metallic fabrics, sumptuous leather and feather adorned gowns. Luxe coats and sweaters served as outerwear for fall with puffy sleeves and gloves. Overall, Gurung showcased an eclectic collection–part light and part dark–which ranged from traditional sportswear to stunning gowns.
Wu’s Armored Lady – Jason Wu delivered strict elegance with an homage to his Chinese roots for his fall 2012 show presented earlier today during New York Fashion Week. Form-fitting yet ladylike silhouettes hit the catwalk with sportswear undertones in the form of belted coats and capes. Military inspired jackets were accented with brocade, tassels and Swarovski crystals for a glamorous twist. Fall brought out a tougher, sleeker outing than what we would expect with high slits, leather and luxurious furs.
Best in Class – The January edition of W Magazine enlists Emma Summerton for a story featuring some of the most standout looks from the spring-summer collections. Starring an all-star cast including Lily Donaldson, Jourdan Dunn, Cara Delevingne and Nyasha Matonhodze; the girls wear an extraordinary wardrobe including the designs of Yves Saint Laurent, Alexander McQueen, Balenciaga, Louis Vuitton, Chanel and others selected by fashion editor Edward Enninful. Red lips by makeup artist Amanda Joyce (Streeters) and slicked back hair by Odile Gilbert give a classic touch to the dark images.
Jovial Jourdan – Jourdan Dunn is pretty in pink for these recent portraits shot by Damon Baker. Styled by Genevieve Garner, Jourdan sports classic pin-up style with a modern ombre hairdo. / Makeup by Valeria Ferreira, Hair by Claire Rothstein
Cover Up – Jourdan Dunn and Saskia de Brauw join Anja Rubik and Hailey Clauson for the next two covers of i-D’s winter issue. Lensed by Alasdair McLelllan and Daniel Jackson respectively, the top model duo covers up for winter with painted nails and full faces of makeup. / Styling by Elgar Johnson and Alasdair McLellan
October Storms – Burberry’s October campaign is out, and the British label is looking forward to the upcoming winter with evening-wear styles and heavy outerwear shot by Mario Testino. Starring Jourdan Dunn, Cara Delevingne and Edie Campbell alongside male models Thomas Penfound, Johnny George and Rob Pryor, the group splits into three pairs with a romantic undertone.
City Wear – Anna Jagodzinska, Jourdan Dunn and Ming Xi take to the urban streets for Mango’s “City Wear” collection which includes a mix of denim, eye-catching prints and comfy knits. Stepping out, the model trio also sports stylish accessories including fringe embellished purses, nude pumps and chunky jewelry.
Burberry Band – Jourdan Dunn and Cara Delevingne join the fray for Burberry’s fall 2011 campaign lensed by Mario Testino. Alongside Molly Smith, Amber Anderson and actress Felicity Jones–the duo dons the ’60s inspired outerwear under studio lights.
Yves Saint Laurent’s Touche Eclat campaign enlists top models Jourdan Dunn and Ginta Lapina for two stunning advertisements. Captured by Terry Richardson, the beauties each bring their own unique style to the makeup line.
Double Trouble – One of fashion’s hottest duos Jourdan Dunn and Karlie Kloss join forces for Kayt Jones’ high gloss shoot for the spring issue of i-D. Styled by Edward Enninful, Jourdan and Karlie don stripes and color blocking from Prada and Louis Vuitton in the smoldering photographs.