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Sonam Kapoor, Bella Hadid, Naomi Campbell, Mahira Khan lead celebrities on day 7 of the Festival de Cannes

Filed by Lucire staff/May 15, 2018/5.34





Venturelli; Dominique Charriau; Pascal le Segretain

Sonam Kapoor, Naomi Campbell, Ming Xi (奚夢瑤), Mahira Khan and Jane Fonda were among the celebrities walking the Cannes Film Festival red carpet at the première of Spike Lee’s BlacKKKlansman, a comedy–drama based on the real-life story of a black American police officer, Ron Stallworth, who infiltrated the Ku Klux Klan in the 1970s.
   Both Sonam Kapoor and Winnie Harlow opted for gowns by Ralph & Russo, with classical red-carpet flair; Harlow’s jewellery was by de Grisogono. Supermodel Naomi Campbell wore Poiret, the relaunched label now designed by Yiqing Yin, with jewellery by de Grisogono. Jane Fonda wore Valentino; Kristen Stewart chose a short Chanel number with heels by Christian Louboutin. Cate Blanchett was resplendent in Givenchy, while Bella Hadid showed off her figure wearing vintage Elie Saab.
   Natasha Poly wore Versace, with jewellery by de Grisogono; the high jewellery house was also the choice of Nicole Scherzinger. Alessandra Ambrosio chose Zuhair Murad, Sabrina Ouazani wore Lanvin, and Pakistani actress Mahira Khan wore Alberta Ferretti with jewellery by Chopard. Also on the red carpet representing L’Oréal Paris (along with Fonda, Kapoor and Khan) were Ming Xi and Lena Meyer-Landrut.
   Day seven also the final episode of the French beauty giant’s The Worth It Show, hosted by Genie Godula. In a departure from previous episodes, Godula did not have a social-media “watcher” keeping an eye on questions from the viewing audience, but it was just as well, considering the star power she had around her for the final show: guests Jane Fonda, Michael Madsen, Sabrina Ouazani, and Cassie Howarth joined her in the studio, while Deepika Padukone, Cheryl (Cole), Nikolaj Coster-Waldau, and Alban Ivanov had recorded segments. L’Oréal Paris’s make-up supremo Val Garland showed herself to be a real trooper, carrying on her make-up segments despite a sore throat that she had been nursing for days. The show, as they say, must go on.



























Venturelli; Gisela Schober; Dominique Charriau; Emma McIntyre; Pascal le Segretain; Olivier Borde; Stéphane Cardinale/Corbis; Andreas Rentz; Vittorio Zunino Celotto;

 


H&M Conscious Exclusive launches with Christy Turlington Burns, Paris Jackson, Naomie Harris, Kate Bosworth

Filed by Lucire staff/April 9, 2018/1.44

Stefanie Keenan/Getty Images, Charley Gallay/Getty Images

H&M threw a party at Garcia House in the Hollywood Hills on Thursday to celebrate the launch of its 2018 Conscious Exclusive collection, with Christy Turlington Burns, Paris Jackson, Naomie Harris, Kate Bosworth, Amanda Seyfried, Kiersey Clemons, Aijona Alexus, Mena Suvari, Rainey Qualley, Sara Escudero, and Shaun Ross, among others. H&M creative adviser Ann-Sofie Johansson hosted the event.
   Johansson said, ‘It was amazing to see so many of the Conscious Exclusive pieces on such inspiring people tonight. We’re very proud that the collection continues to be such a trailblazer—the floral jacquard pieces and lace dresses made from Econyl, for example, really highlight the beautiful craft and powerful femininity of Conscious Exclusive and clearly show how sustainability and fashion are truly compatible.’
   Turlington Burns said, ‘I’m proud to be a part of the H&M Conscious Exclusive campaign. I really like that they have created such beautiful sustainable fashion while raising awareness of what we can all do to better protect the planet.’
   New Zealand’s H&M Sylvia Park store will be the first to retail the new line when it launches globally on April 19.
   The collection of womenswear, shoes and accessories, including jewellery, makes use of Econyl, a regenerated fibre from fishnets and nylon waste, and recycled silver from, inter alia, discarded candlesticks and other scrap metal. Tencel, recycled polyester and organic linen also appear. The latest range has been inspired by the Carl Larsson-gÃ¥rden, colloquially Lilla Hytt­näs, the home of Karin and Carl Larsson, who were instrumental in the Swedish Arts and Crafts’ movement.

 


H&M Conscious Exclusive releases full set of images with Christy Turlington Burns, Aamito Lagum, and GiedrÄ— DukauskaitÄ—

Filed by Lucire staff/March 27, 2018/21.50

Hennes & Mauritz has released its full set of Conscious Exclusive images for 2018, with Christy Turlington Burns, Aamito Lagum, and GiedrÄ— DukauskaitÄ— modelling, in photographs by Mikael Jansson, who has worked with the Swedish retailer over many campaigns.
   The collection, previewed in Lucire in February, hits select H&M stores on April 19, with H&M’s Sylvia Park location in Auckland, New Zealand the first to retail it.
   The collection of womenswear, shoes and accessories, including jewellery, makes use of Econyl, a regenerated fibre from fishnets and nylon waste, and recycled silver from, inter alia, discarded candlesticks and other scrap metal. Tencel, recycled polyester and organic linen also appear. The collection has been inspired by the Swedish Arts and Crafts’ movement, namely the home of Karin and Carl Larsson, officially the Carl Larsson-gÃ¥rden, but colloquially Lilla Hyttnäs, in the village of Sundborn in Dalarna, Sweden.









Mikael Jansson

 


Supermodel Christy Turlington Burns fronts H&M Conscious Exclusive’s 2018 campaign

Filed by Lucire staff/February 13, 2018/21.50




Mikael Jansson

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Christy Turlington Burns, one of the original supermodels, stars in the 2018 H&M Conscious Exclusive campaign, to be released on April 19, 2018. New Zealand’s H&M Sylvia Park store will be the first to retail the new line.
   The collection of womenswear, shoes and accessories, including jewellery, makes use of Econyl, a regenerated fibre from fishnets and nylon waste, and recycled silver from, inter alia, discarded candlesticks and other scrap metal. Tencel, recycled polyester and organic linen also appear.
   Econyl has been woven into a sheer fabric with embroidery on a white lace wedding dress, and a dark grey–blue lace long-sleeve mini-dress; the jewellery is made from recycled silver, made with ‘minimal environmental impact,’ says H&M.
   Ann-Sofie Johansson, H&M’s creative adviser, adds, ‘Econyl is a 100 per cent regenerated nylon fibre from nylon waste that support clean oceans. The way the materials feature in our Conscious Exclusive collection shows how the latest technology can be incorporated with time-honoured techniques for spectacular results.’
   Inspiration has come from the Swedish Arts and Crafts’ movement, namely the home of Karin and Carl Larsson, officially the Carl Larsson-gÃ¥rden, but colloquially Lilla Hyttnäs, in the village of Sundborn in Dalarna, Sweden.
   The cottage is known for its paintings and tapestries. Carl Larsson had his own style, influenced by William Morris and the Arts and Crafts’ movement; Karin Larsson designed the tapestries and furniture. The cottage was considered, even in its day, a real demonstration of good design, and has become a tourist destination for those in the know.
   The print campaign was photographed by Mikael Jansson, who has collaborated with H&M for many years. Christy Turlington Burns, Aamito Lagum, and GiedrÄ— DukauskaitÄ— appear in the campaign.
   â€˜I’ve learned so much about sustainable materials and how far we’ve come being part of the H&M Conscious Exclusive campaign. The collection is really feminine and elegant,’ said Turlington Burns.


Mikael Jansson









 


Kaia Gerber to appear in Marc Jacobs Beauty campaign, breaking next month

Filed by Lucire staff/January 9, 2018/22.35


Kaia Gerber is following in her mother Cindy Crawford’s footsteps in modelling: Marc Jacobs Beauty, an LVMH brand, has announced that she will appear in its latest campaign for its Velvet Noir Major Volume mascara.
   The initial images will appear in subscriber issues of Vogue’s March 2018 issue, and used in other media platforms through 2018, says the company.
   The photographs were taken backstage at Marc Jacobs’ spring–summer 2018 catwalk show last September, with Gerber wearing the yellow finalé gown with a black satin turban. Diane Kendal did her make-up, using the mascara; Elissa Santisi styled, Guido Palau did Gerber’s hair, and Katie Grand served as creative director.
   Further images will appear in the spring, promoting a Marc Jacobs Beauty fragrance.
   Marc Jacobs Beauty Velvet Noir Major Volume mascara is available online at Marc Jacobs Beauty’s and Sephora’s websites, and at Sephora, select Marc Jacobs stores, Neiman–Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman.
   The Marc Jacobs Beauty brand was created in 2013 as a brand extension of the Marc Jacobs line. Kendo, also part of LVMH, is behind its development.

 


British Fashion Awards 2017: Raf Simons, Jonathan Anderson, Craig Green, Donatella Versace, Stella McCartney, Christopher Bailey honoured

Filed by Lucire staff/December 5, 2017/1.06




British Fashion Council

Designer of the Year gongs were awarded to Raf Simons, Jonathan Anderson and Craig Green tonight at the Fashion Awards 2017 presented by the British Fashion Council in partnership with Swarovski.
   The star-studded night held at the Royal Albert Hall saw Simons awarded for his work at Calvin Klein, Anderson for J. W. Anderson, and Green for his eponymous label.
   Oliver Sim, Zandaya and FKA Twigs presented the awards to the three designers respectively.
   Donatella Versace was named Fashion Icon, after a performance by Rita Ora, with the award presented by supermodel Naomi Campbell.
   Other noteworthy awards included the Special Recognition Award for Innovation to Stella McCartney, OBE, presented by Sir James Dyson, for her work in succeeding at socially responsible fashion, and Outstanding Contribution to British Fashion to Christopher Bailey, MBE, presented by Dame Anna Wintour, for his work at Burberry, where he turned the brand into a global force.
   The late Azzedine Alaïa was celebrated for his 60-year career at the awards.
   Jonathan Anderson was named accessories’ designer of the year for his work at Loewe (presented by Amber Valletta), Marco Bizzarri was named business leader for his work at Gucci (presented by Annie Lennox and Massimo Bottura), Maria Grazia Chiuri won the Swarovski Award for Positive Change (presented by Bianca Jagger), and Adwoa Aboah was named model of the year (presented by Erykah Badu and Loyle Carner).
   Off-White took home the Urban Luxe award, presented by Hailey Baldwin; and the Isabella Blow Award for Fashion Creator was awarded to Pat McGrath, MBE, presented by Eva Herzigová.
   The emerging talent awards were won by Charles Jeffrey for Charles Jeffrey Loverboy for menswear (presented by John Galliano, CBE), and Michael Halpern for Halpern for womenswear (presented by Pamela Anderson).
   Four thousand guests attended the event, which was hosted by Jack Whitehall and Karlie Kloss.
   Attendees included Adrian Joffe, Alexa Chung, Angelica Cheung, Anja Rubik, Anna Ewers, Blondey McCoy, Caroline Rush, Connor McGregor, David Gandy, Edward Enninful, OBE, Erdem Moralioglu, Erykah Badu, Eva Herzigová, Georgia May Jagger, Henry Holland, Hilary Swank, José Neves, Kaia Gerber, Imaan Hammam, Jourdan Dunn, Julien Macdonald, Laura Bailey, Lewis Hamilton, Maisie Williams, Dame Natalie Massenet, Nadja Swarovski, Paris Jackson, Pink, Poppy Delevingne, Ruth Wilson, Sam Smith, Selena Gómez, Stella Maxwell, Matty Bovan, Millie Mackintosh, Stormzy, Tinie Tempah, Valerie Morris, Virgil Abloh, Winnie Harlow, and Zadie Smith.
   Each winner received a Swarovski crystal trophy, commissioned by architectural designer John Pawson. Swarovski also pledged £300,000 to the BFC Education Foundation. Donations to the Foundation can be made at fashionawards.com/donate.
































British Fashion Council

 


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