Happy Weekend! It’s coffee talk time, and here’s what we have been talking about this week…
When we were walking up Fifth Avenue the other day, we got to see these Claudia Schiffer for Aquazzura windows at Saks Fifth Avenue in person. In fact, the designs caught our attention first, as we loved them! Then, we noticed who they were by…
Read more at saksfifthavenue.com.
Heidi Klum released her latest swimwear collection for her namesake brand.
“As a creative director and designer, my biggest goal in swimwear is great fit, function and fun. I wanted this season’s campaign to reflect this,” shared Heidi via a statement. “I love the feeling of the hot sun on my skin and splashing in the water. I had the best time shooting my 2017 campaign with my friend Francesco Carrozzini. The images exude the feeling of Heidi Klum Swim. We had a total blast.”
Heidi Klum Swim for resort 2017 was captured by Francesco Carrozzini in Santa Monica.
Read more at heidiklumintimates.com.
Sara Sampaio made headlines this week, as she spoke out against the French publication, Lui Magazine, for allegedly publishing a nude cover without her consent.
The Victoria’s Secret model took to social media to share the following, with the caption, “I was reluctant even scared about posting this but now more than ever is important to speak out! As models and as women, we need to stand together and demand the respect we deserve.”
Read more at people.com.
Intimissimi enlisted actress Dakota Johnson, tennis player Ana Ivanović, culinary author and entrepreneur Ella Mills and model Irina Shayk for their 2017 inside out campaign.
The brand noted about the campaign, “[These are] four successful women from completely different environments. An innovative approach that overrides conventional communication standards. The lingerie is always present, but does not need to be seen.”
“The casting is fabulous, but I also liked the challenge of communicating an underwear campaign through women who are fully dressed,” shared Mario Testino.
“They are women who express their femininity by sharing Intimissimi’s vision that every woman can feel confident, comfortable and empowered with the right intimates,” the brand shared. “Intimissimi wants to push beyond appearances and the concepts of sensuality and desire that have always characterized the lingerie world to emphasize the values of ethics, ambition and dedication.”
Read more at intimissimi.com.
If you haven’t gotten yours already, it’s time to get your Pirelli Calendar 2018, which was captured by Tim Walker and re-imagines Alice in Wonderland. The shoot was styled by British Vogue’s new editor-in-chief, Edward Enninful, and features Naomi Campbell, Lupita Nyong’o, Sean “Diddy” Combs and Ru Paul, as the Queen of Hearts, among others.
Read more at pirellicalendar.pirelli.com.
Yachts are on their way to Florida! From 1 November to 5 November, Fort Lauderdale will be hosting the 58th edition of the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show (FLIBS).
Read more at flibs.com.
Cycling in the South of France is hard to beat. And, the ride from Nice to Monaco is such an experience. One of our favorite cycling brands – Café du Cycliste – shared this story that brings to together cycling history with fashion with amazing climbs.
Take us back!
“The night before the race, Eddy Merckx arrived in Monaco with no less than six Molteni team-mates. The brief was simple. Start fast, thin out the group, make it hard for everyone.
As they left the Principality the next day and rode west on the Basse Corniche, that’s exactly what they did. Arriving at Villefranche, the last town before Nice, the peloton was positively atkins-esque, dropping from 140 to 21.
Read more at cafeducycliste.com.