Model Lena Radonjić stars in FGR’s latest exclusive. Photographed by Christopher Shintani, the brunette model shows off glamorous beauty looks. From wearing her hair in tousled waves to loose braids, Lena shines in each shot. Afton Williams works on hair as well as makeup for the editorial; showcasing winged eyeliner and dark bordeaux lipstick shades.
FGR EXCLUSIVE: LENA RADONJIĆ BY CHRISTOPHER SHINTANI IN ‘BELLISSIMA’Lena Radonjić wears her hair in tousled waves. Photo: Christopher ShintaniLena Radonjić shows off a wavy hairstyle. Photo: Christopher ShintaniModel Lena Radonjić wears a bold red lipstick shade. Photo: Christopher ShintaniLena Radonjić shows off a tousled hairstyle. Photo: Christopher ShintaniModel Lena Radonjić wears a loose braid. Photo: Christopher ShintaniChristopher Shintani photographs Lena RadonjićLena Radonjić shows off a natural-looking lip color. Photo: Christopher ShintaniModel Lena Radonjić wears a smokey eyeshadow look. Other Brands
A new shoulder bag from Valentino Spring Summer 2017 Collection is here to complete your summer wardrobe. Ladies, look smoking hot with this pretty Valentino Chain Shoulder Bag.
Offering a minimalistic approach and a lady-like design, this Valentino Chain Shoulder Bag is everything you could ever ask for. It’s the quintessential summer style staple. Beautifully unassuming, we couldn’t help but gush about its chain shoulder strap and side chain detailing!
Pair it over your favorite shirt and shorts combo, or carry it over your hottest bikini or high-cut one piece as you stroll along the beach, this pretty chain shoulder bag will definitely do the trick.
It has a front flap with turn lock closure for an added sense of security and has a printed back logo detail for easy recognition that you’re wearing a Valentino bag.
Compartment-wise, this bag has a lot to offer! It has one internal compartment, one internal zip pocket and two internal side pockets to keep your things organized.
Measuring 15 x 20.5 x 8 (H x W x D) cm and is priced $2295 USD, €1680 euro, £1520 GBP, $3220 SGD, $3020 AUD, ¥248000 JPY
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Louis Vuitton Petite Malle Bag has just undergone a total makeover! It’s okay to be obsessed since this bag is evocative of France’s royalty days! Without further ado, this is the newest and trendiest Louis Vuitton Parisian Petite Malle Bag.
A widely recognized icon in the House of Louis Vuitton, the newest Petite Malle now features the emblematic S-lock, which has been adorned with chiseled metallic elements reminiscent of the ornaments that bedecked Parisian monuments. With this perfect combination, the result is a remarkable architectural and fashion piece that will grab the attention of almost everyone at any gala events. And oh, you’ll also notice that this unique fashion statement is inspired by Louis Vuitton iconic trunks.
Comparing it with the original version, this one proudly sports the newest S lock while its progenitor features a golden-colored S lock. The former version also features the three printed crosses signature of beau monde photographer Albert Khan.
Now let’s move on to its bag details. It features a Monogram coated canvas and calfskin exterior paired with silver and gold colored metallic pieces with enamel. The most prominent part of this bag would be the iconic S-lock clasp with a magnetic closure. It also features Malletage printed lining for an added touch of elegance and has a removable, adjustable strap for easy shoulder carrying.
Measuring 18 x 12 x 5 (L x H x W) cm and is priced $6050 USD, €4100 euro, £3800 GBP, $50000 HKD, $7300 AUD, ¥680400 JPY, ¥46500 via Louis Vuitton boutiques.
Karlie Kloss on CR Fashion Book Spring-Summer 2017 Cover
Karlie Kloss graces the spring-summer 2017 cover of CR Fashion Book. The normally blonde model poses a brunette with a shorn hairstyle. Photographed by Rory Van Millingen, Karlie wears a Givenchy coat with a Camellia brooch from Chanel.
Inside the magazine, Karlie channels the spirit of Mademoiselle Coco Chanel in looks from the spring collections. Editor-in-chief Carine Roitfeld styles the American beauty in a mix of tweed jackets, cozy cardigans and fur coats. Karlie shines in the designs of Valentino, Celine, Louis Vuitton and more. / Makeup by Kanako Takase, Hair by Tina Outen
EDITORIAL: KARLIE KLOSS STARS IN CR FASHION BOOK SPRING/SUMMER 2017 COVER STORYKarlie Kloss models Chanel jacket and skirt with Fendi top and Dorateymur shoesModel Karlie Kloss channels Coco Chanel in a Celine top and skirtKarlie Kloss poses in Louis Vuitton jacket, skirt, bag and shoes with Toga topGetting her closeup, Karlie Kloss wears a short brunette hairstylePhotographed in black and white, Karlie Kloss models Givenchy coat, Chanel Camellia broach, Celine bag and Dorateymur shoesKarlie Kloss covers up in Gucci cardigan and Chanel topStriking a pose, Karlie Kloss models Chanel tweed jacket and skirt with Fendi topKarlie Kloss poses in Valentino top and coat with BOSS pants and Chanel CamelliaModel Karlie Kloss wears Chanel Fine Jewelry choker necklace and earrings
That feeling when… is another genius collaborative project (after #GucciGram and #24HourAce) under Gucci’s creative director Alessandro Michele, who invited artists all over the world to give their spin on the house’s latest watches featuring its iconic animal motifs. How so? By creating memes that incorporate Gucci’s timepiece of the moment, the Le Marché des Merveilles collection.
If you’ve been following Gucci’s Instagram account, you would have noticed the slew of memes that have been posted in recent days. Three days and counting, and it doesn’t seem like they’re stopping until the entire series has gone up, which is a good thing since some are hilarious while others hit really close to home.
These memes leave such a strong impression that they’ve succeeded in making you remember these watches, as you talk/laugh/share with your friends on social media about how funny each meme is. Which is all well and good, but will it be enough for you to put good money down for a watch that’s ultimately just a fun fashion accessory as far as Gucci is concerned, since they aren’t technically watchmakers to begin with? In other words, will the hype be enough to boost sales? Or is this just good for a quick laugh?
Only time will tell. Sorry, I couldn’t help myself.