Kate Moss for Liu Jo

Kate Moss returns as the face of Italian fashion label Liu Jo for yet another season.

In the Fall 2012 advertisements shot by Inez & Vinoodh, the British supermodel goes from wearing casual denim to evening wear looks in the elegant images featuring jewel tones, chic outerwear, gorgeous bags and even more gorgeous shoes. Love both the black and white and colour shots.

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Video: Louis Vuitton Spring/Summer 2012 Show

If you must do anything today, I suggest taking 10 minutes out of your day to be blown away by the genius that is Marc Jacobs and his creativity behind the Spring/Summer 2012 show for Louis Vuitton at Paris Fashion Week.  Continue reading

Charlotte Casiraghi for Vogue Paris

Mario Testino proves he really is Vogue’s favourite photographer by shooting the cover shoot of Vogue Paris. This time its the granddaughter of Grace Kelly and the daughter of Princess Caroline of Monaco, Charlotte Casiraghi who graces the cover of the infamous September Issue.

Fourth in line for the Monaco throne, Charlotte poses in Fall 2011’s top trends in looks by Isabel Marant, Chanel, Gucci and Yves Saint Laurent.

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This is Mario Testino’s third Vogue cover this September. He has already shot Kate Moss for U.S. Vogue, including her wedding photographs, as well as the face of Chanel, Freja Beha Erichsen, who was a surprise choice for the cover of this month’s British Vogue.

What is your favourite cover out of the three?

Kate Moss’ Wedding Album

Not only does Kate Moss look stunning on the cover of Vogue magazine wearing Alexander McQueen for their September Issue, but the magazine also features the most stunning pictures of Kate’s wedding day captured by Mario Testino!

I am in awe. The dress, the bridesmaids, the guests…so beautiful.

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Read the full interview with Kate online now.

Models and their Style Icons

When it comes to style, models have an advantage over the rest of us. They are already surrounded by great inspiration and outfitted in awe-inspiring outfits daily from the hottest designers in the world. Hell, they probably get the clothes for free! It would be easy to put their own stylistic efforts down to being surrounded by current fashion so frequently, but some of these models draw their inspiration from other sources – their own personal style icon who they look up to.

Model: Karlie Kloss – Style Icon: Christy Turlington

In a recent piece featured in Net-A-Porter’s current online magazine, Karlie Kloss states that Christy Turlington, as well as Audrey Hepburn are her style icons. She says “I think they are the most classically beautiful women in the world”. She describes her own style as “simple, classic, chic”. I agree!

Model: Georgia May Jagger – Style Icon: Jerry Hall

Georgia May Jagger cites her own mother, model Jerry Hall, as her personal style icon. Georgia, who usually favours the designs of British designers such as Vivienne Westwood says about her mother’s style: “She’s got lots of crazy ball gown dresses with bustles.” Wouldn’t you like to have a vintage closet like that to raid too?!

Model: Kate Moss – Style Icon:  Brigitte Bardot

Kate Moss has always drawn comparisons to beautiful gap-toothed model Brigitte Bardot, especially when it comes to their style. Kate, who has previously admitted she is inspired by Bardot, can often be seen channeling classic Parisian chic, complete with Breton stripes or sharp tailoring, not forgetting that sex kitten aura that both seem to emanate.

Model: Natalia Vodianova – Style Icon: Audrey Hepburn

In a recent interview with Harper’s Bazaar UK, Russian beauty Natalia Vodianova states that Audrey Hepburn is her style icon. She explains “Audrey Hepburn – for her pure femininity and integrity. She managed to be both strong and fragile, and allowed us to see her layers of vulnerability. She was always herself and a lovely person.”

Model: Naomi Campbell – Style Icon: Madonna

Madonna may seem like an unlikely style icon for Naomi Campbell, but she insists that it’s Madonna’s ability to transform that she finds so inspiring. Naomi, whose personal style exudes sheer sophistication and luxury says she admires the ever-changing Madonna: “I think my style icons are people who reinvent themselves – they come back with a different look, a different vibe, a different sound and Madonna is definitely one of those people. It’s just amazing to watch her through all these decades-she just keeps coming back.”

Source: Front Row Mode