Whether it’s the retro sportswear or the sixties, one thing’s clear — the freeze is upon us.
As much as we hate the fact that we have to resume to education e.g. school, college as well as work (which most of us don’t want to do), the fashion world is brought to life with the fashion weeks in the four cosmopolitan capitals (New York, London, Paris, Milan) as well as the drops of big September Issues.
We’ll do a big style post in the future, but for now, let’s browse into these BIG September Magazine covers from around the globe.
Kendall Jenner for US Teen Vogue
This is her first solo cover for her modelling portfolio! We have to admit, she’s a chameleon and is clearly serious about being a supermodel. Not only is she on the cover, she’s does two shots! One androgynous, the otherfeminine. Result!
The front-girl was also featured in the Givenchy A/W 14 Campaign. Alongside other models.
The Givenchy campaign seems very eerie, with the big trend of fur and faux in the limelight. Givenchy never fails to impress fashionista lovers and viewers.
Happy 120th anniversary Daks :star: :star: :star:.
The iconic brand celebrates by featuring Paul and Leah Weller.
Naomi Campbell and Cara Delevingne for UK Vogue
The legendary supermodel (who has the most powerful catwalk struts) has a homecoming special with UK Vogue as she returns to London town.
#…she’s taking over the world right now. Just touch down in London town. What what!…#
Recalling her 30 years of supermodeldom, she brings along her close friends, family as well as the new stars of tomorrow Alewya Demmisse, Malaika Firth and Riley Montana as well as Tinie Tempah, who’s transcending into the fashion world as the next fashion menswear icon. Afterall, he does have is own clothing line.
Check out the models wearing Naomi Campbell tees!
Alongside Tyra Banks, Grace Jones and Alek Wek Miss Campbell has paved the way for Black female models. This is such an intimate issue as Naomi takes us to her life journey on her rise in true celebration.
Cara Delevigne is the hot supermodel right now. She’s definitely going to be as big as Kate Moss.
Remember, the 60s mod is back!!!!
This talented Russia designer showcased her collections at the Russian Fashion Show two years flashback.
The designer launches an impressive fashion film where her designs are showcased. Our favourite must have — artistic top.
Lady Gaga, Penelope Cruz and Linda Evengelista for Harper’s Bazaar US.
Three different covers from icons in the film, fashion and music industries. Which one is your favourite? Take your pick.
We guess that this is the issue of :star: ICONS :star:. To be considered an icon isn’t easy, as you have to be someone that is still a living legend and have created change in a certain industry.
Other icons featured include supermodel Iman, Laetitia Casta, Isabeli Fontana, Lara Stone, Monica Bellucci, Iman, Stacy Martin, Lauren Hutton, Brooke Shields, Joan Smalls, Stephanie Seymour, Eva Herzigova and Mariacarla Boscono.
Boohoo.com has been impressing fans with their new advertising strategy of visual campaign. Lining up with their success is their recent one for A/W 14. As seen in the Tom Ford A/W Catwalk, the brand is channeling in into the retro of sports wear of the American 60s, 70s and 90s (with a few sequins of course). Adding the chic element of florals and some mesh. Now everyone can get their classic American varsity pieces.
Natasha Poly and Malgosia Bela for VOGUE Japan.
Another :ICONS: bonanza for their 15th anniversary Natasha Poly and Malgosia Bela are the current generations of the new demand of supermodels that will follow the likes of their earlier possessors Naomi Campbell and Linda Evangelista.
Speaking of Linda Evangelista, here she is again solo for VOGUE Japan.
Cara Delevingne shows us her playful side for Topshop’s A/W 14 Campaign. Indeed, this girl is everywhere.
Danni Minogue for Fault Magazine
In case you didn’t know, many of us are still suckers for rave prints. Nevertheless, in Edeline Lee’s collection, she channels into the pop primary colours of blue.
The inspiration of the nineties has got everyone sporting in the classic trainers and sneakers. It’s sporty yet chic at the same. The designer has channeled in keys trends to create an amazing collection of her own.
Liu Wen for Elle China
Finally, something out of the norm. Liu Wen hails the covers of Elle China BIG TIME! She looks amazing!
We use this opportunity to celebrate the 9th anniversary of Harper’s Bazaar’s China!
That a wrap for now! And remember, keep staying fabolous :star: 8-).