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Has been tapped as one of the faces for Swarovski‘s “Brilliant Inspiration” campaign, which was photographed by Tim Walker and styled by Edward Enninful with makeup by Isamaya Ffrench.
“When you wear Swarovski crystals, you feel like you’re illuminated — like you truly shine,” the brand shared via social media.
Pat and Anna Cleveland
Pose together for Neiman Marcus‘ fall/winter 2016 campaign, which is entitled “Art of Fashion” and was captured by Ruven Afanador.
Tied the knot with on Tuesday with singer Diego Ferrero in the Maldives. The bride wore Água de Coco.
And, a fun little clip…
Be sure to also check out Isabeli Fontana for Água de Coco.
Is pregnant with her third child. She took to social media to share the news.
“Ummm…so this happened!!! Baby Stuber #3 is on its way!”
And her husband, Adi Ezra, welcomed a baby girl. According to The Jerusalem Post, the parents welcomed, Liv, on Thursday.
Styled an editorial that features Raquel Zimmermann in scenes inspired by Linda’s own beginnings, from St. Catharines, Ontario, to New York City.
Here’s an excerpt from the accompanying story…
After arriving in the city, Evangelista went straight to what now seems quaintly named, a model apartment. “It was full of cockroaches,” she recalls. “But I just thought everything was the way it was supposed to be.” She started going on go-sees. “I did eight to 10 go-sees a day for a month, learned to take the subway. I remember going to SoHo, and it was like going to Mars. Just trucks and abandoned buildings.” She barely scraped by. “My mom sent me $100 here, $100 there.” In fact, Evangelista got precisely one modeling job in those early days. “It was for Jean Louis David, an ad in Mademoiselle. I made a few hundred dollars. And Elite [her agency] told me, ‘Don’t get disillusioned. We’re going to send you to Paris.'”
Read more at Harper’s Bazaar.
Launched a capsule collection inspired by the Rio Olympics. The “London Edit” is a limited edition collection where only 100 pieces of each design have been made.
Shop the Above: Sweaty Betty.
Gets cheeky in the brand’s latest lookbook, which is for fall/winter 2016. The “Glam Rock” collection was snapped by Sofia & Maur. How fun!
Shop the Above: Christian Louboutin.
Came to Bridgehampton and as the name implies, it’s just that – models playing volleyball. According to WSJ, the idea stemmed from Miami.
“In Miami, there are a lot of models who are also professional volleyball players,” commented Olivia Ormos, the founder of OO&Co., a marketing-and-event agency in Miami, to WSJ. And for the most part, “there are no sporting events for models.”
Read more at WSJ.
Piaget Hamptons Polo Cup
Held its fifth annual event in Water Mill on Sunday. The event brought in more than $780,000 for the Robin Hood Foundation, which works to fight poverty in New York City and whose corporate sponsors include Piaget and Bugatti.
Read more at Forbes.
Cycling. Basketball. Swimming. Cycling. Basketball. Swimming. Golf. Yeah, that’s pretty much what we have been up to.
A Land Rover Adventure
“In 2009, Mike Sandone and his soon-to-be wife, Sofie, took an epic road trip across the mountains, beaches and salt flats of Sonora, Mexico, in an old Jeep Wrangler,” according to Outside Online.
From there, Mike realized what he wanted in a vehicle and set his sights on the Land Rover Defender 110 series. Yet, there were some problems to that plan…
Read more at outsideonline.com.
Until next week…