First things first.
In case you missed our big news, here it is again.
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Onto this edition of Weekly Catch!
Is featured in Bergdorf Goodman magazine’s fall 2016 issue, which was captured by Paola Kudacki. With iconic New York sites in view, such as the Brooklyn Bridge, and iconic New York experiences – ice cream anyone?! – we had to include some of these images.
Is the face of adidas by Stella McCartney‘s fall/winter 2016 collection, which sees the model in various athletic poses.
And, here’s a behind-the-scenes look at the shoot…
Read more at adidas.com.
Debuted the Space Bra for the Italian brand Yamamay. The campaign was photographed by Mario Testino.
And, here’s some behind-the-scenes footage:
Read more at yamamay.com.
Is heading to Stanford University to teach! According to WSJ, the former Victoria’s Secret and Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model will be a guest lecturer, co-teaching a class on creating and protecting a personal brand for two weeks next May.
Read more at WSJ.
Returns as the face of the Brazilian brand, Arezzo, for their spring/summer 2017 campaign, which was photographed by Bob Wolfenson.
Unveiled its latest luxury capsule collection for the brand’s “Edition” line. The campaign showcases model Edita Vilkeviciute.
Read more at express.com.
Has announced Julia Haart as their new creative director. She will design the Italian brand’s first ready-to-wear collection, which will debut for spring/summer 2017. Julia will also oversee the design of nightwear, beachwear, menswear and accessories.
Read more at luxurydaily.com.
Showcases models as dancers for their fall/winter 2016 collection, which was captured in New York by Steven Meisel with models Katlin Aas, Karen Elson, Jamie Bochert and Julia Nobis.
Exudes a bohemian vibe for their fall/winter 2016 collection, which was captured by Theo Wenner in Southern Italy and features models Frederikke Sofie, Michi Kat, Ellen De Weer and Sofie Hemmet.
Read more at chloe.com.
Passed away on Thursday. The French designer had been battling Parkinson’s Disease for 15 years.
“She was a visionary,” commented designer Jean-Charles de Castelbajac to WWD. “Her approach to fashion was inextricably linked to feminism: an audacious and combatant sensuality. The way she put the seams on the exterior of the garment to make it softer on the skin…. She was part of these designers whose creations are immediately recognizable, alongside Yves Saint Laurent and André Courrèges. They embodied an era, where designers created their houses. Now, there are more fluctuations within houses.”
Read more at WWD.com.
Has a house for sale that we are obsessed with! This three bedroom and three bath home comes in at approximately 1200 square feet and the property includes a pool and studio and is situated on a little over five acres. The architect behind the house, which was built in 1963, is Andrew Geller. The asking price is $2.2M.
Read more at curbed.com.
Has shared some stretches! Alright, so our introduction wasn’t that great but this video is. Why? Well, we love ourselves a good road trip, although, sitting in one position for hours on end calls for some stretching. In turn, cue this video!
Pebble Beach’s Concours d’Elegance
Was held this past Sunday. When classic cars meet the iconic Pebble Beach golf course, you can be certain this was a must visit for all car lovers. Check out the video below.
Until next week…