NAOMI CAMPBELL ROCKS THE PIXIE HAIRCUT IN PAPER MAGAZINE

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Naomi Campbell on Paper Magazine September 2016 Cover
Naomi Campbell on Paper Magazine September 2016 Cover

Naomi Campbell gets her closeup on the September 2016 cover of Paper Magazine. The British model wears a pixie haircut and Viktor & Rolf Haute Couture dress for the ‘1000 Beautiful People’ issue. Photographed by Paola Kudacki, Naomi stuns in embellished gowns and separates styled by Jason Rembert. Naomi serves face and body in labels such as Maison Margiela Artisanal, Dolce & Gabbana and Stephane Rolland Haute Couture.

In her interview, Naomi talks about helping fresh faced models. “If a young modelasks me for advice or if I can help them, I will. I’m very much supportive of young artists, young photographers, young models. There is nothing wrong with sharing; I think you should. And I never do it expecting anything in return.”


NAOMI CAMPBELL – PAPER MAGAZINE COVER SHOOT

Naomi Campbell models embroidered Dolce & Gabbana gown
Naomi Campbell models embroidered Dolce & Gabbana gown
Naomi Campbell wears rabbit ear headpiece from Atsuko Kudo with custom t-shirt and bra by Dolce & Gabbana
Naomi Campbell wears rabbit ear headpiece from Atsuko Kudo with custom t-shirt and bra by Dolce & Gabbana
Naomi Campbell sports Maison Margiela Artisanal jacket with Victoria Grant headpiece
Naomi Campbell sports Maison Margiela Artisanal jacket with Victoria Grant headpiece
Naomi Campbell stuns in Stephane Rolland Haute Couture gown
Naomi Campbell stuns in Stephane Rolland Haute Couture gown
Naomi Campbell gets her closeup with blooms
Naomi Campbell gets her closeup with blooms
Naomi Campbell wears a pixie haircut
Naomi Campbell wears a pixie haircut
Naomi Campbell flaunts some leg in Maison Margiela Artisanal top with Dolce & Gabbana underwear
Naomi Campbell flaunts some leg in Maison Margiela Artisanal top with Dolce & Gabbana underwear

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CARA DELEVINGNE BLOOMS WITH LADY GARDEN CAMPAIGN

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Cara Delevingne behind the scenes at Lady Garden campaign
Cara Delevingne behind the scenes at Lady Garden campaign

Cara Delevingne is stripping down for another good cause. September marks Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month in the UK, and the model-actress is appearing in the Lady Garden campaign. British women, including Cara’s Sister Chloe, are behind the project which aims to bring discussion to the “silent killer” of cancers due to its lack of symptoms. In the campaign, Cara wears the Lady Garden hoodie in black and grey. The hoodies as well as joggers will be available at Topshop starting on September 8th.

In a behind the scenes video, Cara talks about the importance behind this campaign. “I first became involved when my sister, Chloe, had a bit of a scare with a pre-cancerous cell,” the model reveals. “She was very brave and spoke about it. It takes a lot of courage to talk about things like this. I think women need to be braver about it because otherwise people can be affected.”


CARA DELEVINGNE – LADY GARDEN CAMPAIGN

Cara Delevingne poses without pants for Lady Garden campaign for Gynecological Cancer Awareness Month
Cara Delevingne poses without pants for Lady Garden campaign for Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month
Cara Delevingne stars in Lady Garden campaign
Cara Delevingne stars in Lady Garden campaign
Cara Delevingne wears silver hoodie from Gynaecological Cancer Fund
Cara Delevingne wears silver hoodie from Gynaecological Cancer Awareness Month

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TONI GARRN WEARS FASHION ON THE GO FOR THE EDIT

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Toni Garrn on The Edit August 5th, 2016 Cover
Toni Garrn on The Edit August 5th, 2016 Cover

Toni Garrn wears business casual on the August 5th, 2016 cover of The Edit fromNet-a-Porter. Posing for David Bellemere, the German model poses in an AlexanderMcQueen blazer as she glances at the city. Choosing pieces from the pre-fall collections, stylist Tracy Taylor selects the designs of Off-White, Victoria Beckham, Chloe and more. Perfect for work, Toni is ready for business in tailored pants, elegant shirting and dramatic coats, going back to her first Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show at 18-years-old. “I wasn’t born with a six pack or atight belly. I was never one of those little girls who looked like that naturally. I got my dad’s genes! So I had to really work hard before the shows, doing something every day. I’d do yoga, barre, run,play tennis, and have a trainer once a week.”


Toni Garrn poses in office ready fashions for the editorial
Toni Garrn poses in office ready fashions for the editorial
Toni Garrn looks sharp in Alexander McQueen blazer with Victoria, Victoria Beckham pants
Toni Garrn looks sharp in Alexander McQueen blazer with Victoria, Victoria Beckham pants
Toni Garrn tries on loose suiting in the feature
Toni Garrn tries on loose suiting in the feature
Toni Garrn poses in Alexander McQueen blazer, Victoria Beckham top, Stella McCartney shorts and Chloe sunglasses
Toni Garrn poses in Alexander McQueen blazer, Victoria Beckham top, Stella McCartney shorts and Chloe sunglasses
Toni Garrn models Off-White top and pants with Gucci shoes
Toni Garrn models Off-White top and pants with Gucci shoes
Toni Garrn embraces print in Frame sweater, McQ Alexander McQueen dress, Elizabeth and James pants and A.P.C. bag
Toni Garrn embraces print in Frame sweater, McQ Alexander McQueen dress, Elizabeth and James pants and A.P.C. bag
Toni Garrn hits the street in khaki See by Chloe coat over a sharp look
Toni Garrn hits the street in khaki See by Chloe coat over a sharp look
Toni Garrn models Tome shirt, Joseph pants and Victoria Beckham bag
Toni Garrn models Tome shirt, Joseph pants and Victoria Beckham bag
Toni Garrn hits the pavement in Balmain jacket, Dolce & Gabbana top, Chloe bag and shorts
Toni Garrn hits the pavement in Balmain jacket, Dolce & Gabbana top, Chloe bag and shorts

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NORDSTROM ANNIVERSARY SALE ENTERS FINAL DAYS: 5 ELEGANT DRESSES

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Chelsea28 Flutter Sleeve Stretch Sleeve Dress $92.90 (was $139)
Chelsea28 Flutter Sleeve Stretch Sleeve Dress $92.90 (was $139)

If you still haven’t checked out the Nordstrom 2016 Anniversary Sale, than you are in luck! With only three days left, there is still a chance to save on some major deals. From clothes to bags to shoes to beauty exclusives and more, there is something for everybody. Why not look for a new dress to start off the fall season? We rounded up five elegant frocks from the sale featured below. And don’t forget to head over toNordstrom.com for even more.


Diane von Furstenberg Arabella Pinstripe Silk Dress $238.90 (was $398)
Diane von Furstenberg Arabella Pinstripe Silk Dress $238.90 (was $398)
Rebecca Taylor Alice Floral Print Silk Dress $232.90 (was $350)
Rebecca Taylor Alice Floral Print Silk Dress $232.90 (was $350)
Theory Betty B Token Sheath Dress $196.90 (was $295)
Theory Betty B Token Sheath Dress $196.90 (was $295)
Topshop Openwork Inset Bandage Skater Dress $62.90 (was $95)
Topshop Openwork Inset Bandage Skater Dress $62.90 (was $95)

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THE HOUSE OF HOLLAND MODEL TEES THAT ALYSSA AND TYLER WILL WEAR WITH PRIDE

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House of Holland 10th anniversary "Bella" shirt, $95, available at House of Holland.
House of Holland 10th anniversary "Bella" shirt, $95

It's honestly hard for me to believe that it's been 10 whole years since Henry Holland debuted his slightly NSFW fall 2007 collection, consisting mainly of T-shirts proclaiming his love for his favorite models and "It" Brit friends. A few examples? "Flick Yer Bean For Agyness Deyn;" "Give Us a Blow Daisy Lowe;" and the still classic, "Wham Bam Thank You Stam." (I suggest you take a look back at the runway images, too, which feature a baby Behati Prinsloo and one of my all-time favorites, Iekeliene Stange.) Now, the designer is back with an anniversary collection of tees fit for the Instagirl generation, with versions paying homage to such ladies as Karlie Kloss, Kendall Jenner and — my personal favorite — Miss Bella Hadid. Now not only can I have photos of her plastered all over the wall beside my desk, I can literally wear my affection for her on my chest. Heart you, Bells! —Alyssa Vingan Klein

House of Holland 10th anniversary "Bella" shirt, $95

House of Holland 10th anniversary "Cara" shirt, $95, available at House of Holland.
House of Holland 10th anniversary "Cara" shirt, $95

I was in college when this trend hit, and oh boy, did it hit hard — I think I had some pseudo-emo band tee with a similar font and color scheme. This tee appeals to both my millennial love of nostalgia and my unfailing love for all things Cara Delevingne. I mean, can you think of anyone who would be more fun to get obscene with (in a party way, duh) than her? —Tyler McCall

Tag: And With That WILL HOLLAND MODEL TEES ALYSSA TYLER WEAR PRIDE

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3 Fall Looks for Fun September Holidays

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Today, we continue our series of outfits inspired by fun, lesser-known holidays. If you, like me, enjoy delighting friends and coworkers with fun little nuggets of information, like what the tiny desert frog's war cry sounds like, then you'll appreciate this series of posts inspired by obscure days celebrated in each month.

Read on to find out how you can celebrate obscure holidays in September with chic and affordable fashion.

Sept 2: National College Color Day -

Products: Bomber Jacket | Shirt | Jeans | Sneakers | Cap

Sport your school colors at homecoming in style! Wear a college tee with some distressed jeans, and add a bomber jacket for a pop of color and school spirit. Lace up some white canvas sneakers and put on a baseball cap for a laid-back, athletic vibe. Now buy some chili cheese hot dogs and popcorn (the best part of sporting events) at the first football game of the season, and cheer for the home team!

Sept 25: National Felt Hat Day -

Products: Hat | Dress | Purse | Shoes

Felt hats were popular in the late 1800s to 1900s, playing a role in differentiating geographic regions and social classes. While the top hat was mostly worn in the city, felt hats were worn in western states and also in the rural areas. Even businessmen changed their fancy silk top hats to the lovable felt hat when visiting the countryside (kinda like how we crave wearing those floppy straw hats much more when we’re on vacation). 

In England, bowler and derby hats started blurring these hat-defined social statuses when workers said, “I do what I want,” and started wearing their bowler hats both at work and in their off-time. Felt hats became the all-day-errday hat, and top hats were reserved for fancy occasions. The most confident and fashionable men even refused to take off their hats during the day even when they removed their coats and bowties – talk about a commitment to your aesthetic!

This look is perfect for taking strolls in the countryside like they did in the past, or for simply going for a walk downtown. Celebrate the rich history of felt hats by wearing this fawn colored hat lined with a black brim and a small black bow, and pair it with this long-sleeve floral dress for breezier days. Accessorize with a blush crossbody purse and matching suede mules to bring out the pink in the flowers of the dress, and take time to smell the flowers along your stroll!

Sept 26: National Pancake Day -

Products: Jacket | Graphic t-shirt | Skirt | Shoes

Pancakes have been a favorite for a long time, and I mean a long time. Remains of Otzi the Iceman from 5,300 years ago were found with the early pancake, circular flattened wheat cooked over a fire, and the Greeks and Romans liked to eat their pancakes with honey. In Queen Elizabeth I’s reign, people added a twist of flavor with “spices, rosewater, sherry, and apples.” Yum! Pancakes were a popular meal before Lent because the recipe would use up eggs, milk, and butter, which is super efficient for clearing your perishable pantry items before your fast. Another fun fact: have you heard the phrase “flatter than a pancake”? Well some comical geographers compared the flat profile of a pancake to the topography of Kansas, and their calculations showed that Kansas was actually flatter than our favorite brunch food. Now that’s flat-out crazy.

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