Does anyone know of a person who doesn’t like Kate Hudson? Super gorgeous, and almost perfect. One of those people I am a fan of, purely ’cause of their beauty. Like my style icon, Ms. Kruger, for me, Ms. Hudson can do no wrong.
Léa Seydoux is ingénue Candy – Prada’s Candy face, with two men hopelessly in love with her while she contemplates her future with them. Quirky, funny, and very Wes, this is one engaging film campaign.
From the Art Deco bottle, the white musk and citrus notes, to the wonderful film translation, I might just make the shift from my current love for the Summer.
The new fragrance blends white musk, caramel, benzoin, sweet pea and citrus notes. Available in 30ml, 50ml and 80ml bottles, the fragrance is available exclusively at Selfridges from March 28, and nationwide, in the UK, from April 29.
“Colors are the deeds/ and sufferings of light.” - Goethe
I have been dabbling with a lot of looks lately, and have realised that nothing feels more like me, than minimalism. I have never been a big lover of prints, they seem almost passive aggressive to me; my solid colours fill me with a reassurance that can only come from an impossibly inconvenient form of mutual attachment.
Not as excited as when I’d heard of this, but good news nonetheless. The campaign, “Beyoncé as Mrs Carter in H&M”, which was shot in the Bahamas by my personal favourites Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin earlier this year, sees ”personal input on the pieces seen in the campaign”, confirmed a representative for the brand.
The summer campaign features swimwear and beachwear pieces shot around the concept of the four elements, and includes a bikini from the H&M for Water collection, which raises money for WaterAid. The print adverts will launch alongside an accompanying television commercial – featuring a new Beyoncé song, Standing On The Sun.
“H&M’s summer campaign starring Beyoncé is an epic fantasy, with glamour, drama and also a sense of paradise,” said Donald Schneider, H&M’s creative director. “It was amazing to watch her on the shoot make it all look effortless – a quality that makes her such an icon for women around the world. The campaign is the essence of Beyoncé, and also the essence of H&M this summer.”
Lovely, but wish they hadn’t tied in on a campaign name which also happens to be the name of her upcoming world tour. Seems a little gimmicky to me. But at least there’s Standing On The Sun.