Meghan Trainor models in Christian Cowan x The Powerpuff Girls runway show

Meghan Trainor strutted her stuff during the 2020 Christian Cowan x The Powerpuff Girls show on Sunday.The All About That Bass hitmaker donned a bright blue dress with giant blue feathered sleeves and silver boots for the spectacle held in Los Angeles,…

Meghan Trainor strutted her stuff during the 2020 Christian Cowan x The Powerpuff Girls show on Sunday.

The All About That Bass hitmaker donned a bright blue dress with giant blue feathered sleeves and silver boots for the spectacle held in Los Angeles, with the look making her resemble the cartoon character of Bubbles.

Posting a snap of herself in the outfit to her Instagram page, Meghan gushed: “Look mom, I’m a model!! @christiancowan love you forever.”

The 26-year-old was joined by YouTube star Nikita Dragun, who was outfitted in a pink dress to look like Blossom, and Kellee Moran, who sported Buttercup’s signature green look.

Marking the second time Cowan has designed a collection inspired by The Powerpuff Girls, the fashion star was thrilled that the line, which will benefit a charity called In her Shoes, was unveiled on International Women’s Day.

“This collaboration will benefit @InHerShoesMvmt, a nonprofit organisation that aims to be the catalyst for courage and takes a stand for girls’ freedom of expression, the assertion of passion, and pursuit of possibility in every aspect of their lives,” a brand rep posted on social media.

Elsewhere in the fall/winter show, Cowan split the outfits up into three categories. The Digital Boasting-themed items featured silk-crepes, velvets, and lame fabrics, while the Nature’s Apex Predator collection was heavy on digital animal prints, and the Ceremony designs were inspired by fireworks and contained a lot of crystallised digital prints.

Other celebrities in attendance at the presentation included Kalen Allen, Alyson Stoner, Lisa Rinna, Carly Rae Jepsen, Rebecca Black, Gigi Gorgeous, and Patrick Starrr.

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Marc Jacobs and Charlotte Rampling fronting Givenchy campaign

Marc Jacobs and Charlotte Rampling have been tapped to star in Givenchy’s latest campaign.Creative director Clare Waight Keller took to Instagram on Tuesday to share three black-and-white clips, with the footage showing the fashion designer and the act…

Marc Jacobs and Charlotte Rampling have been tapped to star in Givenchy’s latest campaign.

Creative director Clare Waight Keller took to Instagram on Tuesday to share three black-and-white clips, with the footage showing the fashion designer and the actress repeating their names in a series of tongue twisters, with Rampling, 73, slapping Jacobs’ face at one point.

In the accompanying caption, Waight Keller expressed her delight at landing two high-profile names for the summer 2020 marketing imagery.

“How can I describe my feelings about seeing these extraordinary legendary figures in the Givenchy campaign, both of whom I admire so very much,” she wrote. “Firstly for their undoubted originality and talent in fashion and film, amazing passion in everything they do, a fantastic sense of humour and intelligence, they are true icons there is not much to say other than I am honoured and thrilled they have become part of my journey at this beautiful Maison. They captured the brilliant mix of attitudes and spirit that is Paris and New York the two sides to my Summer Collection. Merci.”

Jacobs, who runs his own fashion and beauty brands, uploaded the videos to his social media pages too, noting that he will always “cherish” the experience.

“I can’t even begin to tell you how special this is and how much I love it. I was in tears (of joy and laughter) this morning when I saw the three posted! Thank you @clarewaightkeller for this amazing opportunity and for your kindest words of support and appreciation,” the 56-year-old gushed.

Accordingly, the surprise collaboration quickly garnered interest from Jacobs’ celebrity pals, with supermodel Iman writing, “Loooooove this!” and TV personality Lisa Rinna adding: “SCREAMING!!!!!”

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