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Week in Review – Edition 15, March 2014. See the top stories from this past week.
UO’S SPRING LOOKS – Fashion retailer Urban Outfitters offered up a look at its spring selections with a new photo shoot called, “Wild at Heart”. The American brand tapped models for a series of road trip themed images lensed by Magdalena Wosinska capturing that fun and lazy, pre-summer vibe. See more of Urban Outfitters’ spring style book.
THE SUPERS: Stephanie Seymour, Cindy Crawford, Tatjana Patitz & Naomi Campbell in 1989 by Herb Ritts / Image: Tumblr
After her recent appearance on “The Breakfast Club” where she revealed that 90s supermodels never starved themselves, Naomi Campbell dropped another bombshell on CBS’ This Morning. “The Face” mentor revealed that a group of legendary models will be reuniting for an unnamed project. Specifically–Lindva Evangelista, Cindy Crawford, Christy Turlington, Kate Moss, Stephanie Seymour and Claudia Schiffer.
Rock & Sexy–Tapped for the March cover story from Elle Spain, leading face Anna Selezneva channels into her inner glamour girl for a glossy shoot featuring high fashion looks with a rock and roll edge. Xavi Gordo (who also recently shot Cindy Crawford for Bazaar Russia) captures the blonde babe in embellished cool girl fashions from labels such as Louis Vuitton, Versace and Bottega Veneta in the studio images. Fashion editor Inmaculada Jimenez dresses Anna in a mix of leather jackets and flirty skirts for the shoot. / Hair and makeup by Vicky Marcos
Tough Glamour–Launching its first ever shoe collection based off of the runway looks designed by creative director Olivier Rousteing, Balmain releases images of its spring-summer 2014 footwear line, and it’s as tough and rock and roll glam as to be expected. The range includes high-heeled sandals, stilettos, boots and flats in luxe fabrics including python, soft suede and perforated calfskin. Metal detailing is a signature must on many of the designs. See more of the shoes below.
Terry Richardson with supermodel Kate Moss / Image: Terry’s Diary
While he may be one of the top fashion photographers in the world, rumors of Terry Richardson’s alleged sexual misconduct on set with models has been a source of controversy on blogs for quite sometime. Fashionista has reported about this back in 2010 and then again this year when a woman on Reddit told an alleged account of a very graphic incident on set in 2009. Through it all, Richardson has been silent on all the articles written. Until now.
The American photographer who has worked with Mango, H&M, Vogue, Harper’s Bazaar and countless other major fashion brands and publications, posted an open letter to Huffington Post earlier today. Richardson starts off by explaining why he chose to ignore the controversy up until now: “Four years ago, I chose to primarily ignore a cycle of Internet gossip and false accusations against me. At that time, I felt that to dignify them with a response was a betrayal of my work and my character. When these allegations resurfaced over the past few months, they seemed especially vicious and distorted, moving outside the realm of critical dialogue and becoming nothing more than an emotionally-charged witch hunt.”
Foxy or Boxy–The April issue of FLARE Magazine takes a look at the trend of sexy spring looks contrasted with more boyish style. Photographed by Jason Kim, Jamaican beauty Jeneil Williams makes the perfect model for the figure with her feminine yet athletic feature on display in the designs of Calvin Klein, Altuzarra, Rodarte and more styled by Martha Violante. See Jeneil continue to flaunt her physique in the recent Nasty Gal swimwear line announced earlier this week. / Hair by Charlie Taylor, Makeup by Vincent Oquendo, Nails by Honey