For the first Weekly Catch of 2016, we want you to get comfy.
We want you to sit back, have a cup of coffee nearby and get ready to catch up on all of the model, fashion, culture and beach living news you missed this week. And yes, we also have some luxury automotive news.
Here we go!
With an image of a positive pregnancy test, the Israeli model took to social media to share the news of her pregnancy!
“2016 is going to be like… ?? Happy & Healthy New Year!”
The former Victoria’s Secret and Sports Illustrated model, became the first female co-owner to win the Sydney to Hobart, which was onboard the super maxi Comanche that she owns with husband, Jim Clark – a Texas billionaire.
Although Cindy started working with Omega Watches in 1995, the brand’s upcoming spring 2016 campaign has been marked to highlight this 20th anniversary milestone.
Rosie for Autograph
British model Rosie Huntington-Whiteley has a new collaboration coming out this month for her Autograph collection with Marks & Spencer – activewear. The line is set to include yoga pants, sports bras and bodysuits.
Miranda Kerr fronts the spring 2016 campaign for Wonderbra of which she has been posing for since 2014.
The Hospital Club in London
Dance photographer Rick Guest along with Olivia Pomp, a long-time collaborator, are set to unveil the exhibit, “Rick Guest: What Lies Beneath Private View.”
The duo “explore the supreme spirit and ensuing physicality that underpins a dancer’s art [by] stripping away the external layers of costume, role and performance to reveal the character of the dancers themselves. Once exposed, we see a life of dedication, resolve and sacrifice reflected in their eyes and carved into their bodies,” according to The Hospital Club.
The Rick Guest exhibit opens to the public at London’s The Hospital Club on 22 January and runs through the 31 January 2016.
National Geographic 2015 Photo Contest
The 2015 winners of The National Geographic Photo Contest have been announced, which cover three categories: People, Places, and Nature. As we are lovers of nature, you can imagine this is something we were eager to check out. For a full list of winners, along with the photographs, check out National Geographic.
The feature image, “Orangutan in the Rain,” was shot by Andrew Suryono who received an honorable mention.
The German automaker is at it again. Remember when they took us around Miami? This time they are taking us on a trip around Buenos Aires in the iconic 450 SLC.
A racetrack, a poem by Walter D. Wintle and Patrick Dempsey come together to bring you this Porsche video, “Patrick Dempsey: Poetry brought to the track.” A little inspiration with a racetrack – it works for this!
And on that note, we will close out this edition of Weekly Catch.
Until next time…