Actress Emma Watson returns to the spotlight with her cover of British VOGUE photographed for the magazine’s September 2015 issue by fashion photographer Josh Olins. Emma is wearing a Stella McCartney dress on the cover.
The watch encapsulates the revolutionary mood of Versus Versace, the rebellious heart of Versace, and the label for the 21st century online generation.
Fire Island is soft and super-lightweight, its straps decorated in 3D with the Versus Versace lion and rock star studs. The dial features the Versus logo spelt out in relief between the indices, emphasising the dial’s depth.
Fire Island comes in bold colourways, such as black and fluo yellow with IP gold contrasts, or white and fuchsia with steel details. On sale in a special pouch of the same colour and material of the watch and featuring the Lion in 3D. Available on versace.com
Givenchy Shearling, Leather and Neoprene Jacket - Givenchy mixes materials to create a contemporary, luxurious update of the ever-cool flight jacket. This version comes in plush shearling and supple leather with contrasting neoprene sleeves adding freshness. Channel the brand’s attitude with bold sneakers and a studded backpack. Available here.
Shown here with a Givenchy T-shirt, jeans and sneakers.
L’Agent is Agent Provocateur’s diffusion line designed by Penelope Cruz and her sister, Monica Cruz. Today we take a look at the brand’s newly launched Fall 2015 collection. Together with Agent Provocateur creative director Sarah Shotton, photographer Liz Collins and stylist Phoebe Arnold, L’Agent has taken a 1970s cowgirl direction in terms of look and styling for the new season. The beautiful lingerie is matched up with cowboy boots and hats, while the set is simply comprised of vintage furniture and shag carpets. The outcome is a wonderful sexy and cheeky look, that perfectly suits the brand’s image.
Lamborghini Finally Officially Confirms Urus SUV
With the preponderance of super-expensive automobiles populating the automotive landscape, you’d think it’d be a no-brainer to shuffle a hot-looking, $300K-plus Italian super-SUV from oddly named concept car to production reality. Apparently not, however, with Lamborghini’s proposed SUV only now being officially confirmed for production after an initial confirmation soon after the Urus concept car debuted in 2012 turned out to be premature. Lamborghini has also stated that the new moneymaker will join the Huracán and Aventador in the lineup by 2018, and that it will be built in Italy.
The path to production for Lamborghini’s proposed SUV has been littered with hurdles, all of them, bizarrely, seemingly outside of the Italian supercar maker’s complete control. After first green-lighting the crossover for production soon after showing it in concept form as the Urus, Lamborghini reneged—but only because it said fellow VW Group member and Lamborghini parent Audi had yet to sign off on the project. Then the SUV was seemingly back on track recently when Lamborghini again pulled out the wet blanket, this time blaming the Urus’s holdup on the Italian government.
Thanks to Alexander Stoklosa and the amazing blog.caranddriver.com for the news!
NYLON: We Exist – Fashion Editorial Photographed by Jvdas Berra, Mexico City, Mexico.
Photo: Jvdas Berra / MUA: Monica Godinez / Art Direction: Alonso Rivero / Model: Marcelle Mazzini @ Queta Rojas/ Hair: Antonio Ruz
Mexican-Italian Photographer, was born in Mexico on January 23rd, 1987, he studied film production. At the age of 18 he published his first science fiction book followed by two sequels. Currently has chosen to engage in fashion and advertising photography.
He has worked for multiple designers, modeling agencies, advertising campaigns and national and international journals, obtaining a rapid professional growth, which has earned him recognition as one of most promising talents in Fashion and Fine Art Photography after only three years of career. In his own words “I have no limits, not even the sky is”.
He has featured in Vogue, ELLE, Nylon, Marie Claire, InStyle, Image Amplified, Vanidades, Photography Master Class, NatGeo among others.
His fine art work is now exhibited at the prestigious Fine Art Gallery “These Fine Walls” in New York. Also his work is represented by the highly recognized gallery “Art Angels” in Los Angeles, California, alongside the work of Andy Warhol, David Lachapelle Roy Lichtenstein and other world-class artists .
His list of clients includes the names of famous latin american designers and big worldwide brands such as: GIZIA, Jorge Duque, Benito Santos, Rodríguez-Naranjo, Edgar Lozzano, Gustavo Helguera, Mani Maalai, LOOT, Sony, Revlon and more.