Karlie Kloss tries on a platinum blonde hairstyle for her latest cover. The American beauty poses on the autumn-winter 2017 cover of JONES Magazine from Australian retailer David Jones. Photographed by Georges Antoni, Karlie wears a mushroom shaped hairstyle which serves 70’s inspired vibes. In the accompanying spread, the 24-year-old poses in glamorous styles. Stylist Thelma McQueen dresses the blonde in a mix of knit dresses, velvet separates and embellished skirts.
EDITORIAL: KARLIE KLOSS STARS IN JONES MAGAZINE AUTUMN-WINTER 2017 COVER STORYKarlie Kloss lounges in a red ribbed-knit dressFlaunting her legs, Karlie Kloss poses in a burnt orange velvet dressShowing off a platinum blonde hairstyle with fringe, Karlie Kloss wears a velvet jacketLooking in the mirror, Karlie Kloss models a black blouse and metallic skirtGetting her closeup, Karlie Kloss shows off a platinum blonde hairstyleKarlie Kloss shows off a mushroom hairstyleStriking a pose, Karlie Kloss models a fitted jacket dress Fashion
Taking a break from the award show circuit (and many on-point red carpet appearances on behalf of her hit TV show "This Is Us"), Mandy Moore graced New York Fashion Week with her incredibly sweet, gracious and just-so-perfect self. On Monday, she pulled double-duty by hitting the front row of Naeem Khan in the morning (she wore his elegant cape gown to the Golden Globes) and the Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet presentation in the afternoon.
"I totally fan-girled over here," said Bendet. "I was like, 'I'm gonna be a big nerd right now. Your show is my favorite show I ever watched.'" (Same.)
The last time Moore made the NYFW rounds was in 2012 for the Lincoln Center-era spring 2013 collections, which in the age of Instagram Stories, see now, buy now and influencer saturation seems like a lifetime ago.
"I don't think I've had my feet on the ground here long enough to discern the differences [from then]," said Moore at alice + olivia. "I guess the impact and importance of social media and the immediacy [of] collections and what people are wearing and all of the hubbub that goes along with the show — I feel like that's more and more prominent. I haven't been here in a couple of years and that feels like a dramatic shift."
Moore has also been a red carpet regular since she broke out onto the scene — and our pre-iTunes playlists — at the age of 15 with her single "Candy" in 1999, and then branched out into acting (ah, "A Walk to Remember"). Along the way, she's experienced what people in our business oft refer to as a "style evolution." (But in all fairness, everyone was wearing one-inch rise boot-cut jeans and backless tops back then.) So what red carpet fashion advice would Moore give her year 2000 self?
"Oy. You know, you can't really begrudge choices you make when you're 15, 16, 17, but I don't know if I would change anything," she said. "I made some really interesting choices, but I feel like they were sort of on par with what was happening in fashion [at the time], with just sort of the 16-year-old lens on that."
"So there were some fringe leather pants. I was just taking a peruse down memory lane a couple weeks ago," Moore added with a laugh. "I was like 'okay. I guess maybe Ralph Lauren was doing a fringe leather pant and that was my version of it."
Like many of her cohorts at the time, the actor-singer ventured into the fashion design category with her clothing label MBlem, which quietly shut down after a few years. But she isn't interested in revisiting that career endeavor. "No," Moore said. "I am a consumer and an avid fan, but I don't want to dip my toe back in the designing portion of it."
As an avid fashion fan, she also enjoys a vast and fantastic vintage wardrobeto wear on "This Is Us," thanks to costume designer Hala Bahmet's discerning eye. "Without a doubt the '70s are my favorite [decade to wear]. Beyond," Moore said. "It's so much fun, like the hair and makeup and wardrobe: the combination of all three. The confluence of all three is really interesting. And because I'm a child of the '80s and I saw the hideous fashion I grew up with and my mother and mom jeans and acid-washed pieces and floral blouses and stuff like that. It's so much fun to explore a decade and an era that I had no part in whatsoever."
She has a favorite decade for her on-screen husband, (and, let's be honest, everyone's fantasy one), Jack, played by Milo Ventimiglia. And, sorry, "shirtless" doesn't count as a time period.
"Milo is a handsome dude. He pulls off every decade," Moore said. "I like Jack in the time of when the babies are born. I like the scruffy beard, the jean jacket, the sort of Silverlake vibe." Although, to the Internet's dismay, Ventimiglia's '70s (or pourover-coffee-drinking hipster-esque) facial hair is no longer.
"I don't recognize him!" she laughed. "Like, where's the man I love? I like it. I love the ability to shift in time and jump around."Louis Vuitton
Louis Vuitton gift for anyone and everyone, gifts for anytime of the year, but most importantly, a gift to those who appreciate in between everything else unmatched quality and timeless style. Louis Vuitton gift guide 2017 Of the leather pencil and notebook to bookmarks, photo frames and much more, there is a wide range of available even the pickiest connoisseur, and we talk about beautiful porcelain plate painted to complete the game kit for those who have a great love of the card game. Here is a collection of Louis Vuitton gift guide 2017 (The Art Of Gifting).
You can give your loved one one of a million things this Valentine’s Day, an easy feat considering the sheer amount of love-themed designer goods out there. Then there’s always the romantic dinner, and the 99 roses that will all add up to a massively insane amount. Which is all well and good if your intended is into all this, but could there be a better way to spend all that money?
Well, yes and no. Yes, if you want to give her something that will last forever and a day, which also happens to be the subject of today’s post. Something you’ll often see perched on top of luggages at the airport are Rimowa’s beauty cases, which if you think about it, have many more uses than just being a ‘beauty case’.
Yes, you could use it as is, carrying your beauty products to use on the plane. Or, you could use it as a mini storage trunk, where it sits on your vanity holding all your daily essentials. I own one myself, and I use it as a tiny safe (all beauty cases come with combination locks) where I store my passport, important documents, even some cash, and in the case of any emergency, I can just grab it and go.
In other words, even if it isn’t exactly the most romantic gift around, these beauty cases are truly practical, and after the meal has been digested and the roses wilted, these beauties (which range from SGD525to SGD1250) from Rimowa will be around for a long time to come.Other Brands Other Brands
Nowadays, fashion brands make it a point to combine multi-functionality and style all at the same time and we couldn’t be any happier. Take for example the Celine Croissant Charm Bag, which offers the best features of two different things. Gasp!
A dual-purpose fashion accessory, the Celine Croissant Charm Bag is both a charm and a bag. Wait, what? Yes, ladies, it was all made possible by Celine. Carry it by hand like a mini clutch or a mini drawstring bag or attach it to a bag like a charm to create an extra space.
If you remember, the Celine Croissant Bag was first introduced in Celine’s Winter 2016 Collection. Fast-forward to Summer 2017 Collection, we are now seeing the smaller version in the form of a Charm Bag.
Made from soft lambskin, this small bag is perfect for storing your coins. Because of its cute and winsome size, you can always attach it to your bag as an added charm.
Prices will be updated later on.