Because fashion is also funny, discover some celebrities’ costume for Halloween.
Anyone starting to doubt the potential of short fashion films distributed online need only look at the results of this season’s Dior video, “Secret Garden – Versailles,” shot at the Château de Versailles by image-making maestros Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. When YouTube viewership figures for the film’s 60-second and 3-minute versions are added together, the video has clocked over 23 million views, a staggering number that could make it the most popular fashion film ever, surpassing last season’s CGI epic “L’Odyssée de Cartier,” which currently has almost 16 million views.
Nippon vogue director, Anna dello Russo, launched her first collection for H&M today in New York City.
The collection itself is composed of few collections, accessories like eccentric sunglasses and embellished suitcase, displayed in separate areas and a special wall for shoes, bags and hats. There are the “Pearl & Animal Collection,” “Chain Charm Collection,” “Gold &Baroque collection,” “Diamond & Snake collection”.
[dropcap]A[/dropcap]fter Lanvin, Versace, and Marni, one of the most vivacious fashion directors known to the publishing world, Anna Dello Russo, will be collaborating with H&M on an accessories collection that promises to be as eccentric as her taste in fashion week wardrobe. The exciting collection is scheduled to come out on October 4th 2012 and will feature jewelry, bags, sunglasses, shoes and even a trolley, at H&M prices.
Famously described by photographer Helmut Newton as a “fashion maniac”, Anna Dello Russo is one of contemporary fashion’s driving forces. An unparalleled eye, she has shaped the way we see fashion today through her groundbreaking work at Vogue Italia, where she served as a Fashion Editor for over twelve years working with photographers such as Helmut Newton, Michel Comte, Walter Chin, and later as the Editor in Chief of L’Uomo Vogue.