Saturday, June 13, 2015

Must Read: Michelle Obama Shines on the Cover of 'More,' Target Features Real Women in Swimsuit Campaign

Must Read: Michelle Obama Shines on the Cover of 'More,' Target Features Real Women in Swimsuit Campaign:

Target features real women in swimsuit campaign

Target has released its “Target Loves Every Body” swimwear campaign, which features bloggers of varying body types. In the accompanying video, stylist Zanna Roberts Rassi sits down with the ladies, teaching them how to accentuate their favorite body parts while deemphasizing problem areas. {Buzzfeed}

FLOTUS lands on the cover of More

First Lady Michelle Obama guest edited (and stars on the cover of) the July/August issue of More magazine. The FLOTUS looks radiant a dress by young designer Tanya Taylor. {Instagram}

Coach makes a turn toward fashion

Stuart Vevers spoke with Business of Fashion about the brand's strategy in anticipation of Coach's first menswear show at London Collections: Men. After a challenging fiscal year, the brand is now turning to fashion, producing full-fledged women and menswear collections in an attempt to win customers siphoned off by accessories brands like Michael Kors and Tory Burch. {Business of Fashion}

Christy Turlington is the new face of Biotherm

Supermodel Christy Turlington has been named an ambassador for L’Oréal brand Biotherm. The 46-year-old will front Biotherm's Blue Therapy line and has already been photographed in Miami for the campaign. {WWD}

To buy or not to buy? That is the question.

A new op-ed argues that Pinterest's new buy button is just another one-sided feature that allows Pinterest users to purchase items that they see in a pin — and nothing more. The author sees the new feature as a missed opportunity to open a dialogue between users and retailers. {Forbes}

Chanel releases commercial for Chance Eau Vive

We never would have associated bowling with the storied French couture house until now. The new commercial for the Chance Eau Vive perfume features models Rianne Van Rompaey, Sigrid Agren, Cindy Bruna and Romy Schonberger bowling with (evidently unbreakable) bottles of the fragrance. Famed director Jean-Paul Goude shot the commercial. {YouTube}

Brooklyn Beckham lands Rollacoaster cover

The Beckhams' first born, Brooklyn, continues to up his fashion cred. He shot two different covers for Rollacoaster, a UK-based fashion, culture and music magazine. On top of making a name for himself in fashion, the son of Posh Spice is also becoming quite the social media savant with over 3 million followers on Instagram. {Instagram}

Jeremy Scott discusses his men's collection

Moschino creative director Jeremy Scott will show his third men’s collection at the biannual menswear trade show Pitti Uomo on June 18. His goal for Moschino men’s line? "To make it the coolest men’s wear collection in the world." Ok then. {WWD}

Rachel Zoe ends licensing partnership

Rachel Zoe ended her licensing partnership with Li & Fung in February. Her latest resort collection was produced independently of the factory middleman, which has translated to better quality and a higher price point. Also, as a result of the split, Zoe hired a new design director and is scouting for a new studio in Soho, New York. {WWD}

Sylvester Stallone is barred entry into Vogue

Sylvester Stallone and his daughter Sistine, who is a budding model, reportedly visited Vogue's new downtown offices at 1 World Trade Center to meet with editors. However, security was so tight that the famous family couldn't get cleared for entry. {Page Six}

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