Karlie Kloss may have hung up her Victoria’s Secret’s wings, but she is keeping busy. The model is the latest face of Topshop and recently shot the above images with Tyrone Lebon for the unstoppable high-street store. Between YouTubing, cookie baking, studying at NYU and encouraging young women to learn coding, hers is a crowded plate. Also, considering Karlie, Cara and Gigi have fronted Topshop, should Taylor feel a little bit left out?
Dolce & Gabbana is still showing the world it knows what selfies are.
Louis Vuitton always does something a little bit different. This time round veteran Bruce Weber is showcasing Modern Celebrity Offspring Jaden Smith in the iconic house’s threads alongside models Sarah Donnealia, Rianne Van Rompaey and Jean Campbell. Very strike a pose.
In fact, this Louis Vuitton campaign is catching fire because of it’s somewhat digital theme. Anothr image features Lightening, a character from the video game Final Fantasy. Left-field, but it works.
Burberry shows up, I guess.
Gucci has a load of fun in its Berlin Night Out series. Everyone looks like they have no battery left to summon a Hailo, but the green gladrags need showcasing
Prada’s subdued cool features Dutch model Yasmin Wijnaldum. Think bored but beautiful in a hotel lobby in which you can’t afford the tea.
You can’t accuse Mario Testino’s work with Stuart Weitzman of not showcasing the shoes.
Hedi Slimane continues his Saint Laurent puppeteering by shooting the label’s latest campaign. His MO is cooler-than-thou.
Hugo Boss is evoking serious Rachel MacAdams in a WAG role at a wedding.
Versace Blonde will probably be a thing after this campaign starring Gigi Hadid, Natasha Poly and Raquel Zimmermann.
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