Saturday, April 25, 2015

Lily Aldridge Makes a Case for Flared Overalls

Modelinia AM Reads: Lily Aldridge Makes a Case for Flared Overalls:





Look out modeling world, Lily-Rose Depp has arrived. The daughter of Johnny Depp and Vanessa Paradis has debuted her first ever photo shoot with Oyster Magazine. Followers of Lily (there are a whopping 249k of them on Instagram) got a sneak peek at the aptly titled shoot, ‘Introducing: Lily-Rose Depp’ on her Instagram, where she vaguely resembles a young Kate Moss in a vintage denim jacket. ~ Oyster Magazine

If you’re anything like us, you probably spend a fair amount of time Googling your favorite stylish celebrities.  But just how much are these celebrities being searched? WhoWhatWear went through and figured out the monthly average Google searches for fashion’s favorite It girls, and unsurprisingly, there are more than a few models in the top ten.  ~ WhoWhatWear

Lucky magazine has tapped Estee Lauder model Joan Smalls for its May cover. In the accompanying interview, the top model talks about personal style, her collaboration with True Religion and Beyoncé, because of course. ~ Lucky

Colette, the upscale Parisian boutique, is debuting a collaboration with — wait for it — McDonald’s. The line, not to be confused with Jeremy Scott’s fall 2014 Moschino collection, features shirts, phone cases, notebooks, and tote bags with names like “Big Mac Sac.” The limited edition collection will be available starting May 4. ~ WWD

Mary Doyle Keefe, the model for Norman Rockwell’s iconic 1943 Rosie the Riveter painting that symbolized the millions of American women who went to work on the home front during World War II, has passed away. She was 92. ~ Yahoo

Topshop and Adidas Originals have teamed up to create an exclusive seven-piece capsule collection. The collaboration sees the high-street giant reworking classic pieces from the sportswear brand, including the ever-popular Superstar jacket and trainers. ~ Vogue

Just because overalls were one of your sartorial staples back when you were still wearing pigtails and pinafores doesn’t mean they don’t have a place in your adult wardrobe.  Just look at Lily Aldridge, who elevated the look of her grown-up dungarees with the help of a flirty off-the-shoulder top, pastel accessories and a sophisticated red statement lip.  Seriously, this could be the sleekest a pair of overalls has ever looked on a human being. ~ Modelinia

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