What we love most about this edition of Weekly Catch is it’s not just about models, fashion or cars, but there are also good causes in here too. And, we are more than happy to help spread the message about them.
Now, just sit back and here’s your latest Weekly Catch…
Took to social media to show her support for Michael Kors‘ Watch Hunger Stop campaign, in honor of World Food Day, which was on October 16.
Read more at destinationkors.michaelkors.com.
Is set to have her own documentary, “The Cara Project”. The documentary is said to examine Cara’s transition from a model to actress. The film is slated to be released on DVD and VOD in the U.S. and Canada, in the next few months, according to Variety.
Co-hosted an event at Jimmy Choo in New York City to benefit DKMS, which works to delete blood cancer.
“With my sweet and inspiring friend Katharina Harf [co-founder of DKMS and co-host of event], as we support DKMS at Jimmy Choo’s on Madison Ave. One person every three minutes is diagnosed with blood cancer in the US alone. There has never been a more crucial time to make sure we all #getswabbed.”
Read more at dkms.org.
Celebrated a birthday on Thursday. We are certain the new mom celebrated with her baby boy, Anacã.
RELATED: Candice Swanepoel Welcomes Her First Child
Has ventured into ready-to-wear with her Alé by Alessandra x Revolve collection, which marks new territory for the Victoria’s Secret model who has done accessories, perfume and swimwear under her Alé by Alessandra brand.
“I have been shopping on Revolve for a long time as their aesthetic complements that of mine and as soon as they reached out to collaborate with my ále by Alessandra brand, I knew I wanted to work together,” commented Alessandra via a statement. “The collection embodies my Brazil meets Malibu boho chic style and is perfect for everyday wear, as well as for those special occasions. I know that I will be wearing many of the pieces this coming up holiday season.”
Shop the Above: revolve.com.
Was among those who spoke in a discussion at the Women’s Brain Health Initiative at New York’s Spring Studios this week, which was to help raise awareness about the cause.
Read more at womensbrainhealth.org.
Headed to The Hamptons for its online publication, Paper. The Spanish brand enlisted model Nina Agdal and photographer Pamela Hanson.
Read more at social.massimodutti.com.
Has unveiled his latest designs, which happen to be for the crew of Delta. The designer took to social media to share the news, “Proud partnership and thanking all the delta family and employees!”
Has enlisted Hailey Baldwin once again, for their latest campaign – holiday 2016. It was photographed by David Bellemere and also features Stefano Sala.
Unveiled their “Iconic Style” campaign, which sees models Vittoria Ceretti, Margaret Qualley, Stella Tennant, Jacquetta Wheeler, Frederikke Sofie, Fei Fei Sun, Jean Campbell, Alicia Burke and Lulu and Cameron Russell come together for this 10-piece collection. The imagery was captured by Steven Meisel.
Has shared some information into its BMW Motorrad Vision Next 100, which is a self-balancing concept bike that is equipped with gyroscopic stabilization so it can stand up on its own without a bike stand, according to handi.tech.
Although we may have to wait five to 10 years to see this bike come to fruition, it is fun to envision taking it out for a spin.
Read more at handi.tech.
Has become Manchester City football’s official fashion partner. The fashion brand will design the team’s pre-match uniforms for the next two years.
“We have designed a unique suit for the players and the staff, modern fit and elegant fabrics,” the Dsquared2 designers, Dean and Dan Caten, shared in a statement. “[Team manager Pep] Guardiola and his team represent and embody Dsquared2 style and tailoring on sports. This is just a sneak peak, one of their new looks ‘the casual sport traveler.’ We look forward to seeing them all suited up.”
Has announced its 35th America’s Cup schedule, which kicks off on 26 May 2017.
“[The 35th] America’s Cup begins, with Oracle Team USA‘s Jimmy Spithill and Groupama Team France‘s Franck Cammas going head to head in the very first match of the Louis Vuitton America’s Cup Qualifiers. Their race will kick off almost 5 weeks of racing between the best sailors and fastest boats in the world, ultimately leading to the winner of the 35th America’s Cup lifting the Auld Mug in Bermuda,” according to America’s Cup.
Read more at americascup.com.
Until next week…