Kaia Gerber shows off angel tattoo in topless snap

Kaia Gerber has showcased her new angel tattoo with a topless snap on social media.The 18-year-old model, and daughter of fashion icon Cindy Crawford, debuted the delicate ink on her ribcage in a steamy mirror selfie which she shared with her fans and …

Kaia Gerber has showcased her new angel tattoo with a topless snap on social media.

The 18-year-old model, and daughter of fashion icon Cindy Crawford, debuted the delicate ink on her ribcage in a steamy mirror selfie which she shared with her fans and followers on Instagram.

Famous friends including Paris Hilton and designer Alexander Wang showed their love for Kaia’s new ink, while Diplo jokingly commented: “My like is the like of a gentleman.”

The tattoo comes just days after her older brother Presley Gerber caused controversy with his new face inking, which was designed and inked by New York-based tattoo artist Jonathan “JonBoy” Valena.

The 20-year-old posted a video on Instagram which showed him getting the word “MISUNDERSTOOD” tattooed across his right cheekbone, and he later addressed the criticism in an Instagram Live video, telling his critics: “F**k you if you don’t like it.”

“If I thought this was going to ruin my face or I didn’t want this, I wouldn’t have done it. I think that’s a pretty obvious thing,” he declared, according to New York Post’s Page Six. “It says misunderstood, because that’s how I felt my entire life.”

Earlier this year, Kaia and Presley cemented their sibling bond with a family tattoo session.

She opted to get a delicate flower on her left wrist and interlocking arms in the shape of a heart on her right shoulder, while her brother chose to get a few small tattoos on his fingers.

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Lara Stone engaged

Lara Stone has confirmed reports she is set to wed for the second time.The model is engaged to 37-year-old property developer David Grievson, who she began dating in 2018 after meeting him on dating app Tinder. According to Britain’s Daily Mail newspap…

Lara Stone has confirmed reports she is set to wed for the second time.

The model is engaged to 37-year-old property developer David Grievson, who she began dating in 2018 after meeting him on dating app Tinder.

According to Britain’s Daily Mail newspaper, Stone sparked engagement rumours when she was spotted wearing a diamond ring on her wedding finger while recently attending the Gymkhana VIP dinner in London’s upmarket Mayfair district, and her representative has now confirmed the news.

“They are engaged,” her spokesman told the publication, while an unknown friend added, “She is very happy with David. And she loves that he’s not in the public eye like her ex was… She didn’t enjoy that aspect of their relationship.”

The engagement comes almost five years since the 36-year-old split from British comedian and author David Walliams, the father of her six-year-old son Alfie. The Dutch beauty met the Little Britain star in 2009 and they got engaged four months later. They tied the knot in a star-studded ceremony at Claridge’s hotel in London in 2010.

However, the comedian filed for divorce in September 2015, citing unreasonable behaviour, and the marriage was dissolved at a hearing in London just six weeks later.

Reflecting on their split during an interview with British newspaper The Telegraph in April last year, Lara said that while their divorce was “awful”, the former couple are now successfully co-parenting their son.

“Sometimes really different people work together – but maybe not for ever. It’s awful getting divorced,” she explained, adding that Alfie hasn’t been affected by their split.

“It’s now five years and luckily our son was really young. He didn’t really notice anything. It’s only now that he knows that we used to be married,” she shared.

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Top fashion firms donate to Australia’s bushfire relief efforts

Top global fashion firms have made large donations in aid of Australia’s bushfire relief efforts.Fires are continuing to rage in the nation, with the blazes killing at least 25 people and destroying thousands of homes in the states of New South Wales a…

Top global fashion firms have made large donations in aid of Australia’s bushfire relief efforts.

Fires are continuing to rage in the nation, with the blazes killing at least 25 people and destroying thousands of homes in the states of New South Wales and Victoria.

Many celebrities, including Ellen DeGeneres, Chris Hemsworth, and Elton John, have made generous donations towards helping the firefighters and saving the wildlife, and now, bosses at fashion conglomerates Kering, PVH Corp., and Tapestry, Inc. have all announced their contributions.

A representative for Kering, which is headed by Francois-Henri Pinault and is the parent company of Gucci, Saint Laurent, and Bottega Veneta, has confirmed the company will donate $685,000 (£525,00), the equivalent of AUD $1 million.

“These funds will be provided to the most appropriate local organisations selected by the group’s sustainability experts,” they said. “Additional initiatives will also be undertaken by various brands in solidarity with the Australian people. In the longer term, Kering plans to participate in future reforestation and biodiversity programmes.”

Meanwhile, officials at PVH, which oversee brands like Calvin Klein and Tommy Hilfiger, are donating $68,000 (£52,000) to the Australian Red Cross Disaster and Recovery Fund, as are bosses at Tapestry, the owner of Coach, Kate Spade, and Stuart Weitzman.

“Our hearts go out to the countless number of people affected by the bushfires,” said Jide Zeitlin, Tapestry’s chairman and chief executive officer. “While what has been lost cannot be replaced, we want to help the affected communities repair and rebuild in the wake of this disaster.”

Closer to home, Australian designer Alex Perry will donate 100 per cent of sales online and in-store for the next seven days to the NSW Rural Fire Service, while New Zealand-based fashion star Karen Walker is supporting charities including Wildlife Victoria, the RSPCA, and Red Cross.

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Kendall Jenner shares relationship hopes in Calvin Klein campaign

Kendall Jenner has candidly shared her relationship hopes in a new campaign for Calvin Klein.For the latest instalment of the brand’s In Bed With series on YouTube, the model was quizzed about her love life while sat in bed and dressed in a matching gr…

Kendall Jenner has candidly shared her relationship hopes in a new campaign for Calvin Klein.

For the latest instalment of the brand’s In Bed With series on YouTube, the model was quizzed about her love life while sat in bed and dressed in a matching grey sports bra and sweatpants with orange trim.

As part of the chat, Kendall was asked about her “biggest turn-ons”.

“My biggest turn-on is probably someone who is confident and I really like a witty person. Someone who can make me laugh,” the Keeping Up with the Kardashians star replied. “The sillier you are, the more yourself you are, the more unfiltered you are, I think the better.”

Kendall, who is rumoured to be dating basketball player Ben Simmons once again, detailed her turn-offs too.

“Someone who is too filtered. Someone who is trying to be something they’re not or who is trying to prove something,” she added.

Elsewhere in the interview, Kendall described herself as an “old soul”, especially because she likes to go to bed so early at night.

“I’m probably going to bed around 10 pm. And I get up kind of early. I like to get my day started… I love a good Sunday when you have nothing to do and no alarms set,” the 24-year-old commented.

The brunette beauty has had a whirlwind year so far, and as the decade comes to a close, Kendall said she had a “lot to be thankful for”, noting her highlights included gracing the cover of Vogue Italia and watching her young nieces and nephews grow up.

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Raf Simons disliked pressure from the press while at Dior

Raf Simons disliked the pressure he received from members of the press while he was creative director at Dior.The Belgian designer started his career in furniture design, before launching his namesake menswear label and later going on to land creative …

Raf Simons disliked the pressure he received from members of the press while he was creative director at Dior.

The Belgian designer started his career in furniture design, before launching his namesake menswear label and later going on to land creative director roles at Jil Sander, Christian Dior, and Calvin Klein.

Reflecting on his time at the French fashion house between 2012 and 2015, Simons admitted that he disliked how much press interaction he was expected to do to promote each collection.

“When I was at Dior, I felt there was an incredible pressure from the outside on me to be with me while I was designing, while I was in the studio,” he said during a Fashion Talks discussion in Antwerp, Belgium, according to WWD. “Press wanted to be there, the press wanted to be at the fittings. Then you do all the previews, speak with all the press days before the show. I didn’t like that at all. It was mainly because one designer was very much at ease with it. I don’t criticise people from doing it but because other people do something, it should not be a system for everybody.”

The 51-year-old, who starred in Dior and I, a 2014 documentary film about his debut season at the house, appeared to be alluding to the late Karl Lagerfeld at Chanel, although many creative directors host press previews ahead of runway presentations.

Despite working at the luxury fashion houses, Simons made sure he held onto his eponymous label, because he didn’t want to lose it like John Galliano, who was fired from Dior and his namesake brand after he was caught making anti-Semitic remarks in 2011.

“Towards the end of the 1990s and early 2000s, we got a lot of proposals, but being in different positions as creative directors taught me how dangerous it can be when you marry in business,” he stated. “I mean, prior to me, John (Galliano) was a big example. He lost his own brand because he sold it for the majority and that’s something I will never forget.”

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Billie Eilish launches new Urban Outfitters collection

Billie Eilish has launched her unique merchandise collection with Urban Outfitters.The Bad Guy hitmaker has teamed up with executives at the high street and online retailer for the exclusive 16-piece line, which also includes vinyl copies of her single…

Billie Eilish has launched her unique merchandise collection with Urban Outfitters.

The Bad Guy hitmaker has teamed up with executives at the high street and online retailer for the exclusive 16-piece line, which also includes vinyl copies of her singles.

Featuring a palette of outlandish prints, lime green, black and tan, the collection includes T-shirts adorned with Billie’s face, along with a replica of her signature bucket hat, joggers, neon shorts, a balaclava embroidered with her name, a black ski mask and even a face mask so fans can copy her offbeat onstage style.

Prices range from $16 (£12) to $69 (£54), and the Urban Outfitters Exclusive Billie Eilish Collection is available now.

The 17-year-old is no stranger to collaborating with a fashion brand. Back in May, she appeared in Calvin Klein’s #MYCALVINS campaign alongside the likes of Kendall Jenner and Shawn Mendes and collaborated with fashion label Bershka on a capsule collection in August.

Billie is known for her edgy style, often wearing baggy trousers or shorts and long T-shirts, and showcased her talents with designers at the label on a range, with pieces featuring lots of black and acid brights.

Her last collaboration in September was with leather luxury goods brand MCM, releasing a range of unisex vegan merchandise. Billie’s limited-edition collection, which featured a green oversized hoodie, a black long-sleeve T-shirt, and a white short-sleeve T-shirt, was on sale for just two days at a pop-up event in Berlin, Germany.

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Justin Bieber launches natural deodorant

Justin Bieber has turned his deodorant launch into a family affair by roping his wife Hailey into the campaign.The Love Yourself singer dropped his new Schmidt’s collaboration, Here + Now, on Wednesday, and he appears in the first video advertisement a…

Justin Bieber has turned his deodorant launch into a family affair by roping his wife Hailey into the campaign.

The Love Yourself singer dropped his new Schmidt’s collaboration, Here + Now, on Wednesday, and he appears in the first video advertisement along with his model wife, who makes a cameo, planting a kiss on her man’s cheek.

Justin helped design the packaging for the gender-neutral, baking soda-free deodorant, which features buzz words like “Be Kind”, “Stress Less”, and “Hug More”.

“Here + Now is all about living in this moment we’ve been given and making the most of it,” the 25-year-old said. “I try to share that message through my music, my lifestyle and through the partners I choose to collaborate with. Schmidt’s is a great brand whose products promote natural self-care, which is something I really believe in: take care of yourself, live your best life, and always be Here + Now.”

Here+Now is plant-based, certified vegan and cruelty-free. It is available to buy at select retailers across the U.S. and Canada.

“At Schmidt’s, we believe in the power of self-care, and each and every one of our products is crafted based on that passion, including Here+Now,” added Ryu Yokoi, chief executive officer of Schmidt’s Naturals. “We’re thrilled to introduce a natural deodorant that is not only effective, but also serves as a call to mindfulness and living in the moment. As a co-creator, Justin has been integral in the development of Here+Now by bringing his own personal journey with self-care to the table.”

The new product and ad come a month after Justin and Hailey, 22, teamed up for a new Calvin Klein underwear commercial.

The couple, who wed last year and remarried during a ceremony in South Carolina in September, agreed to strip down to help company bosses celebrate their CK50 collection, marking 50 years of the brand.

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Justin and Hailey Bieber star in Calvin Klein campaign

Justin Bieber and wife Hailey have set pulses racing with their appearance in a new Calvin Klein campaign.In the new adverts, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the American fashion house, the married couple can be seen wearing pieces from the la…

Justin Bieber and wife Hailey have set pulses racing with their appearance in a new Calvin Klein campaign.

In the new adverts, which celebrates the 50th anniversary of the American fashion house, the married couple can be seen wearing pieces from the label’s classic underwear collection.

In one photo, Justin and Hailey are wearing matching white underwear, with the model sat on her husband’s lap, while in another, the Sorry hitmaker shows off his extensive tattoo collection as he poses in just a pair of black boxers with a fluorescent green and white trim.

Other snaps from the campaign see Hailey lovingly cuddling up to her husband as the couple also wear pieces from Calvin Klein’s menswear and womenswear lines.

The Biebers also featured heavily in the campaign’s video, which covers from when the label was created in the 1960s up to the present day. Justin and Hailey begin by sitting in a Sixties-themed living room watching Neil Armstrong landing on the Moon in 1969 while wearing their Calvin Klein underwear, and later feature in the video recreating Mark Wahlberg’s iconic 1992 campaign while dancing along to Unbelievable by EMF.

Kendall Jenner also stars in the Calvin Klein ads, posing in both her underwear and in a chic matching set.

The 23-year-old was one of the guests at Justin and Hailey’s second wedding at the Montage Palmetto Bluff resort in South Carolina on 30 September, along with fellow models Camila Morrone and Joan Smalls.

Kylie Jenner and Jaden Smith were also in attendance, as well as Justin’s manager Scooter Braun.

The couple’s star-studded nuptials took place a little over a year after they wed in secret at a New York City courthouse, just two months after the Canadian star popped the question.

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Anna Wintour praises Billie Eilish’s ‘incredible’ personal style

Anna Wintour is a big fan of Billie Eilish’s signature fashion aesthetic.The Bad Guy singer is known for her edgy outfits, often wearing baggy trousers and long T-shirts for her concerts and appearances. Eilish has recently teamed with the likes of Cal…

Anna Wintour is a big fan of Billie Eilish’s signature fashion aesthetic.

The Bad Guy singer is known for her edgy outfits, often wearing baggy trousers and long T-shirts for her concerts and appearances.

Eilish has recently teamed with the likes of Calvin Klein, Bershka, leather goods brands MCM, and streetwear company Freak City on capsule collections, and U.S. Vogue editor-in-chief Wintour has now shared that she is taking a keen interest in the 17-year-old’s clothing and career choices.

“What I like about Billie’s style is it’s very particular to her. She’s obviously channelling one person, which is herself,” she commented in a new video for Vogue’s Go Ask Anna series. “She came up to see us recently at Vogue. She was in head-to-toe, bright, bright orange and looked incredible. And I also want to celebrate, applaud her point of view and her activism on body positivity and how outspoken she is on that subject.”

Elsewhere in the conversation, Wintour spoke about a wide range of topics, including what it is like to go backstage at fashion shows and her interest in the rise of sustainable fabrics.

She also shared that she would one day like to see music stars FKA Twigs and Harry Styles walk the runway, though confessed she still gets a thrill out of watching top models strut their stuff.

“Of course, when someone like Cara Delevingne or Kendall (Jenner) appear on the runway when they don’t do it so much anymore, is also incredibly exciting,” the 69-year-old insisted.

And when it comes to choosing what to wear to fashion events, Wintour is very selective.

“Obviously, you (should showcase your) own personal style and also, it is always courteous to wear a look from the designer whose show you are about to see,” she noted.

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Naomi Campbell and Bella Hadid front Calvin Klein Underwear campaign

Naomi Campbell and Bella Hadid have stripped off for Calvin Klein Underwear’s latest campaign.The top models pose in the American label’s new underwear offerings for the fall 2019 marketing imagery, with the shots taken by photographer Daniel Jackson. …

Naomi Campbell and Bella Hadid have stripped off for Calvin Klein Underwear’s latest campaign.

The top models pose in the American label’s new underwear offerings for the fall 2019 marketing imagery, with the shots taken by photographer Daniel Jackson.

Labelled #MYCALVINS IRL (in real life), the pictures show Naomi and Bella in both filtered photos from a photoshoot and more relaxed snaps lensed at home.

“The fall 2019 Calvin Klein Underwear campaign, #MYCALVINS IRL – In Real Life – celebrates two totally different perspectives of what sexy looks like,” a Calvin Klein spokesperson explained of the concept. “The result blurs the line between the public image and private realities of our unapologetic cast and asks the question, how do you do sexy? Perfectly filtered or IRL raw?”

Other celebrities to feature in the campaign include DJ/producer Diplo, actor Jacob Elordi, NFL star Odell Beckham, Jr., actress Jelly Lin, musicians Beth Ditto and Lay Zhang, as well as models Matthew Noszka and Cara Taylor.

One half of Diplo’s image shows him standing with a serious gaze as he models a pair of boxer briefs, while the other half depicts him demonstrating a yoga pose. Euphoria star Jacob is also shown appearing to remove his sweatpants in his candid image, and Ditto models a black lacy bra as she reclines on a grey sofa.

The stars also front an accompanying campaign video directed by Bardia Zeinali.

“The #MYCALVINS IRL campaign brings a unique point of view on sexy by capturing both the posed and stripped-back sides,” they added. “The campaign brings to life the playful and pure perspective of sexy; one that encourages self-expression and underscores the idea that sexy is a state of mind.”

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