For this edition of Weekly Catch, we have something special – a new photography section. We enjoy interviewing photographers and learning more about the craft, so this seemed like a fitting addition to our Weekly Catch series.
Of course, we got model, fashion and men’s corner news too.
And her husband, Scott Stuber, welcomed their third child on Tuesday. The model took to social media to share the news.
“Welcome to the world Grey Douglas Stuber, 1.10.17. Words do not express how grateful and happy we are to have another piece of magic added to our little tribe!”
Georgia May Jagger
Had her birthday on Thursday. Here’s to many more, Georgia!
Was captured by Doug Inglish for Love Magazine. The daughter of Sylvester Stallone and model Jennifer Flavin shows off some moves in this video…
“Casablancas: The Man Who Loved Women”
Netflix is set to release a new documentary, “Casablancas: The Man Who Loved Women.”
“’I’ve been approached many times by people wanting to tell the story of my life,’ says Elite Model Management founder John Casablancas in a new Netflix documentary that charts his upbringing and 30-year career. ‘Does it all add up to something meaningful? That, I really don’t know—but by God, have I had fun doing it!’…”
“…At various points, Elite represented some of the most in-demand models in the industry, including Cindy Crawford, Naomi Campbell, Carol Alt, Paulina Porizkova, Iman, Heidi Klum, Gisele Bündchen and Linda Evangelista. By the 1990s, Elite was a $120-million-a-year business…”
Read more at wsj.com.
Is the face of Bottega Veneta’s spring/summer 2017 campaign, which was captured by Todd Hido at the Modulightor Building in New York.
Enlisted model Anna Ewers for their spring/summer 2017 campaign, which was captured by Inez & Vinoodh with hair by James Pecis, makeup by Lisa Butler, styling by Géraldine Saglio and creative direction by Franck Durand.
Released their spring/summer 2017 campaign, which features model Cato Van Ee and was captured by Cuneyt Akeroglu with hair by Panos Papandrianos and makeup by Akgun Manisali.
Captured Chinese artist Liu Bolin, “The Invisible Man”, for Moncler’s spring/summer 2017 collection.
And, here’s some behind-the-scenes footage…
Airstream and Tommy Bahama
Have teamed up on the new special edition Tommy Bahama® Travel Trailer and Touring Coach.
“The Airstream x Tommy Bahama encourages travelers to embrace the spirit of island life with breezy, beach-inspired features and interiors,” shared Airstream.
Read more at airstream.com.
2016 Porsche 911 R
Is set to be auctioned off by Sotheby‘s on Wednesday 8 February. This type 991 with 500 bhp, 3,996 cc DOHC horizontally opposed six-cylinder engine with direct injection, six-speed manual transmission, front and rear independent suspension and four-wheel carbon-ceramic brakes is unique as “it is about involving the driver with the car and creating the most enjoyable driving experience possible,” according to Sotheby’s.
“While only made available with two standard colors and stripe options, a handful of clients requested Paint to Sample (PTS) colors and were approved, instantly making those examples the most desirable and unique,” shared Sotheby’s. “This particular 911 R benefits from a host of Porsche Exclusive options and remains as one of the most unique examples seen to date.”
The auction house continued, “Delivered new to Paris, it was built as a tribute to Steve McQueen by its original owner. The car features personalized illuminated door sills inscribed with McQueen’s famous quote as Michael Delaney in the film Le Mans: ‘Racing is life. Anything that happens before or after is just waiting.’”
Read more at rmsothebys.com.
London’s Saatchi Gallery
Is set to host a superyacht exposition.
“[The exhibit is] designed to inspire, educate and connect a new generation of superyacht clients with current yacht owners, their families and advisors and with the superyacht lifestyle,” according to Super Yacht Times.
“The overall visitor experience will be at the heart of every aspect of the event. ‘Many yachting events focus on selling space to exhibitors and completely forget about the visitor experience and attracting the right audience,'” commented Marijn Smit, former manager events and multimedia at feadship to the Super Yacht Times. “‘With Superyacht Gallery we did not want to create another mass event, but a high-quality and interesting exposition about the superyacht lifestyle; every aspect of the event has been planned with the visitors in mind.'”
The exhibit is set to run from 1-3 June 2017 at London’s Saatchi Gallery.
Read more at superyachttimes.com.
Until next week…