This weekend, we spring ahead one hour. The first thing we think of is that we will lose one hour of sleep. In turn, cue the extra cups of coffee and let this weekend be a fun one, as we might as well live up each moment.
Until then, here’s what you missed in model, fashion, culture and men’s corner news.
Doutzen Kroes and Lara Stone
Were snapped by photographer Mario Testino for Vogue Netherlands’ fifth anniversary issue. Styling was done by George Cortina with hair by Christiaan Houtenbos and makeup by Val Garland.
And former CNN anchor, Whitney Casey, will be launching the e-commerce website The Finery at ffinery.com on 23 March.
“[The website] catalogs women’s purchases when they use it to buy stuff on other sites, thereby creating a ‘digital wardrobe’ with some added perks,” the New York Post stated. “Among other things, Finery alerts you when an item you bought in the last 30 days goes on sale, automatically giving you the price adjustment.”
Read more at nypost.com.
Is the face of Loewe‘s fall 2017 campaign, which was captured by Steven Meisel.
Fronts Chanel‘s Les Beiges’ campaign for spring/summer 2017, which was captured by Mario Testino.
Tapped her inner Marilyn Monroe to recreate this memorable scene from the 1953 movie, “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” for jewelry brand Swarovski.
Sunday 5 March
We are hoping a morning coffee and a Sunday brunch was part of this model’s birthday celebrations.
Sunday 5 March
The former Victoria’s Secret model celebrated her 24th birthday on Sunday.
Tuesday 7 March
Celebrated her birthday in L.A. and took to social media to share this…
“This is how I’m spending my birthday…couldn’t be happier to be in the sunshine. Thank you everyone for all of the sweet bday wishes.”
Wednesday 8 March
The model took to social media to share this update.
“Best. Birthday. Ever.#universalstudios #harrypotter”
Saturday 11 March
The Spanish model celebrates a birthday today!
Launched their #BoyfriendFit campaign.
“This season your style inspiration starts at home – in fact, it’s already sitting right there in your (other half’s) closet! Missoni is leading the charge with its brand new collection of menswear that works just as well for girls.”
Read more at missoni.com.
Calvin Klein’s Miami Beach Home
Has been sold for $13.15 million.
Calvin Klein finally found a buyer for his waterfront Miami Beach home, which just sold for $13.15 million. The 5,800-square-foot home has 113 feet of unobstructed water frontage along Biscayne Bay and includes a yacht dockage, five bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms and an infinity pool that is enclosed by bamboo trees, according to Curbed Miami.
Read more at miami.curbed.com.
Reichel/Pugh Yacht Design
“Designed as a luxury cruising yacht, the gurus at Reichel/Pugh Yacht Design came up with a new sailing concept focused on fusing cutting-edge performance with functional high-end features in a creative package…”
Read more at superyachttimes.com.
Is celebrating the 77th anniversary of its first flight. Fast-forward to 2017 and cue the Breitling DC-3.
“In 2017, Breitling has decided to launch its DC-3 on a great world tour in stages punctuated with various events and participation in airshows,” Breitling announced.
The brand will also have available a “500-piece limited edition Navitimer Breitling DC-3 that was taken aboard the airplane to accompany it on its world tour – and which will be put on sale in the fall with a certificate signed by the captain. The pilots will also wear examples of this specially engraved chronograph throughout the journey.”
Read more at breitling.com.
Orlebar Brown x Gerry McGovern
Orlebar Brown has collaborated with the design director of Land Rover, Gerry McGovern, on a capsule collection.
“This collaboration brings together two of my passions; contemporary art and design and sartorial elegance. The opportunity to bring some of my thinking around the importance of modern art in today’s aesthetic environment is matched by Adam [Brown’s] commitment to delivering a true customisation of a globally renowned product,” McGovern shared.” In doing so, I believe we have delivered a unique vision for the individualism shared by both brands.”
Kicking off this three-part collaboration is “The Swim Suit”.
And yes, you can really swim in these pieces, as the brand has used “a unique fabric that mimics real chambray”.
Read more at orlebarbrown.com
Until next week…