Weekly Catch for 10 December – Model, Fashion, The Hamptons and Men’s Corner News

Photo: Hunkemöller

Why hello and welcome to this installment of Weekly Catch. We got the model, fashion, The Hamptons and men’s corner news you missed this week.

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All we ask is that you sit back and enjoy the ride…errr…reading…


Doutzen Kroes

Fronts the Netherland-based Hunkemöller‘s holiday 2016 campaign.

Photo: Hunkemöller
Photo: Hunkemöller

Rosie Huntington-Whiteley

Shared a preview of her activewear collection for her Rosie for Autograph Active collection at M&S.

The model took to social media to share her excitement.

“Super duper excited for the new #RosieForAutograph active collection to launch this January!! Here’s an early peek of what’s to come!”

Photo: rosiehw/instagram
Photo: rosiehw/instagram
Barbara Palvin

Channels her inner Sharon Stone for Love’s Advent 2016 countdown – Day 9, which was shot by Phil Poynter.

Josephine Skriver

Was tapped by Fendi for their holiday 2016 campaign – for their Gold Edition collection.

Photo: Fendi
Photo: Fendi
Kate Moss

Stars in Elvis Presley‘s “The Wonder of You” music video, which was directed by Vaughan Arnell and was filmed at Abbey Road Studios.


Victoria’s Secret

Has released a new fragrance, “Paris”. Model Stella Maxwell fronts the campaign.

Photo: Victoria's Secret
Photo: Victoria’s Secret

Unveiled their holiday 2016 makeup campaign, which features model Ondria Hardin.

Photo: Dior
Photo: Dior

The Hamptons

The Amagansett Library

Is running an “Oil Works” exhibit, which showcases work by five East End-based artists.

“The Oil Works show for the month of December is the second group of artists in a ten member group,” shared participating artist Kirsten Benfield to Hamptons.com. “This is the second show of five members.”

Photo: "Floating Island, India" - Johanna Caleca
Photo: “Floating Island, India” – Johanna Caleca

The “Oil Works” exhibit runs through Saturday 31 December at the Amagansett Library.

Read more at hamptons.com.

Men’s Corner

Miami Beach, Frank Sinatra and the Surf Club

“In the late 1920s, there were plenty of dreams floating around Miami Beach, a fantasy empire carved from a once-unwanted stretch of mangrove swamp. The country’s winter playground mixed together, like some garishly intoxicating cocktail, old-line WASPs with Detroit industrialists, Hollywood starlets with European royalty, ballroom dances with big crime syndicates.”

Photo: Terry O'Neill/Getty Images | WSJ.com
Photo: Terry O’Neill/Getty Images | WSJ.com

“Amid that heady air, a new vision took shape one night aboard the yacht of rubber magnate Harvey Firestone. The Surf Club, as it became known, would be a private haven where the well-to-do could withdraw from the crowds on a generous oceanfront parcel at 90th Street and Collins Avenue. Opened on New Year’s Eve, 1930, in a Mediterranean Revival building (with accompanying cabanas) by seminal Miami architect Russell Pancoast, the place, as Tom Austin writes in his book The Surf Club, had “the hush of money and the cool serenity of a European cathedral, leavened with a dose of all-American decorative pizzazz.”

Read more at wsj.com.

Until next week…