What a week! For us in America, it was certainly a memorable one. Of course, it’s that time to shake off the week and catch up on the model, fashion and men’s corner news you missed with a special update from The Hamptons.
So…let’s get it started!
Is the face of Naked Cashmere‘s campaign, which was captured by Peter Lindbergh.
Read More at Naked Cashmere.
Enlisted the help of Miss Piggy, Jourdan Dunn and stylist Catherine Baba for their holiday 2016 campaign.
Tapped Dree Hemingway, Cecilia Chancellor, Brigit Kos, Faretta Radic and Sara Somogyi for their resort 2017 campaign, which was captured by Alasdair McLellan.
Brought together models Stella Maxwell, Kiki Willems, Cami Morrone, Jing Wen, Lottie Moss, Londone Myers, Marjan Jonkman, Damaris Goddrie and Caitie GreeneGiampaolo Sgura and styled by Kate Phelan.
Will be discontinuing its free panty offer, according the The Washington Post. During a recent investor meeting, Stuart Burgdoerfer, chief financial officer of L Brands, confirmed that about 40 percent of those who redeem the coupon do not make any other purchase.
“Do they drive volume? Yeah,” commented Burgdoerfer, via The Washington Post. “You can sell Mercedes on discounts too, and so you got to be careful about how you’re driving that volume and what it does to the brand over time.”
Read more at The Washington Post.
Released their cruise 2016 collection, which focuses on minimalist designs.
“Staying true to the ready-to-wear angle of the new cruise collection, the Transat theme presents a beachwear wardrobe that showcases minimalist and graphic lines,” the brand shared. “With cutout sections, topstitched overlaid bands inspired by leather goods, asymmetry and scarf-style bows, swimsuits are available in one and two piece versions to reveal feminine curves.”
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Shared their holiday 2016 campaign, which features models Gigi Hadid and Francisco Lachowski and was captured by Gregory Harris.
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A Southampton-based Photographer
“Danielle Leef has been thinking about 2017 for quite some time now. Each year, Leef creates a variety of calendars that highlight her photos.”
“‘Creating these calendars has been a great source of enjoyment for me and it has been rewarding to have people show interest in my work,’ said Leef. ‘These days many people use their smart phones to keep track of their schedules, but there is nothing like having a nice photo calendar to look at…'”
Read more at hamptons.com.
Unveiled their new cruise 2016 collection. Check out the teaser below to get an idea as to what you can expect from the brand’s latest collection.
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Opened a pop up shop in Miami! Yes, we are already envisioning winter rides along the ocean…
“Sitting between the Everglades and the ocean, Miami offers riding in tropical sunshine with views that stretch to the horizon. The highest point of Miami’s terrain tops out at just 42ft, so it’s not a venue for climbers – instead, riders head out for fast group rides that loop around Miami’s parks and golf courses or out-and-back jaunts past Key Biscayne and Miami Beach,” Rapha shared.
The brand continued, “The city doesn’t offer any gradients, but its heat and humidity are enough to contend with (and the reason you’ll rarely find a pair of leg warmers in the wardrobes of Miami’s riders). When it comes to the city’s coffee culture, riders have a choice of Cuban-influenced drinks, from short and sweetened Cortaditos to communal servings of Coffee Colada.”
You can find this Rapha pop up shop location at 3015 Grand Avenue, Unit 121; Coconut Grove, FL 33133.
Tiffany & Co.
Launched The Tiffany Watch Workshop Program, which is for the brand’s CT60 watch collection. You can now personalize your own Tiffany CT60 3-hand 40 mm watch.
Until next week…