Spring is coming, which means new campaigns for all the brands. Eckhaus Latta knows better than most how to stand above the rest: by featuring real-life couples having real-life sex, some pixelation included for modesty.
Fashion’s favorite model-chanteuse is about to release her first album in seven years. But it’s not just the culmination of seven years — it’s a capstone on 20 years of writing, traveling, recording, falling in and out of love, and raising her two children, the sound of “figuring it all out.” Elson opens up in a new interview, here.
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The Good Wife spinoff has some big shoes to fill — and how better to do so than with some stellar, presidential-shade-throwing looks?
Front-row head-turner, beloved of Riccardo Tisci, queen of the Billboard Hot 100, Wilhelmina model. Minaj joins the likes of Leona Lewis and Demi Lovato as a signee of Wilhelmina’s celebrity division, which means there will be plenty more fashion gigs to come.
The unlikely collaborator of Edie Parker’s Brett Heyman. The duo teamed up to adapt two of Minter’s vivid images to two different Edie Parker designs as part of the Brooklyn Museum’s Minter retrospective.
A Look Back at All of Marilyn Minter’s Pretty, Pathological Glamour
“Pop Rocks,” 2009.
“Wangechi Gold 4,” 2009.
“100 Food Porn #9,” 1989-90.
“Coral Ridge Towers (Mom Smoking),” 1969.
“Blue Poles,” 2007.
“Black Orchid,” 2012.
“Coral Ridge Towers (Mom Making Up),” 1969.
“Big Girls,” 1986.
Still from “Green Pink Caviar,” 2009.
“Little Girls #1,” 1986.
“Coral Ridge Towers (Mom Smoking Extra Long),” 1969.
“Orange Crush,” 2009.
“Not in These Shoes,” 2013.
“Rouge Baiser,” 1994.
Still from “Smash,” 2014.
Really embracing the back-to-school aesthetic. First Harvard, then Fenty x Puma in a library, and now, Rihanna will be honored by Parsons alongside Eileen Fisher and Neiman Marcus at the design school’s annual benefit.
Leaning in to the Calabasas aesthetic. West designed a team uniform for the Jenner clan by way of Adidas, and it sold out in five minutes. Everyone wants to live the Calabasas dream.
Like Will Ferrell in Elf, Kanye West just wants to bring joy to the world: