Weekly Catch – Model, Fashion, Luxury Car and Culture News for 9 Jan

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Another week ends and another Weekly Catch is ready for your viewing. With some model news and a touch of fashion, cars and more, you’ll be filled up on all of the latest Otterlicious news.

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Rachel Hunter

The model opened up about the pressures she has felt about her looks and admitted to thinking about getting plastic surgery while at the Television Critics Association winter meeting, according to Page Six.

“In real life I was fairly happy with myself. In photos I was horrified. People were like, ‘Why don’t you get rid of those deep lines (around her mouth)?’”

Rachel has a 13-episode show set to launch on 17 January, “Rachel Hunter’s Tour of Beauty.” The series will take a global look at beauty – from various cultures to uncovering indigenous beauty secrets.

Rachel added, “After going on this journey and seeing other cultures, away went that superficial idea of beauty – ideas of beauty are old and need to be shattered. We have no self-acceptance. If we don’t enjoy who we are then, how can you offer fully any sense of beauty or well-being or longevity?”

Cindy Crawford, Claudia Schiffer and Naomi Campbell

Although this could go into fashion, we really feel this is more about the models. The trio of Cindy, Claudia and Naomi have been enlisted for Balmain‘s spring/summer 2016 campaign, which was shot by Steven Klein with creative direction by Pascal Dangin of KiDS Creative. Yes, it really is as amazing as it sounds.

Shanina Shaik

The Victoria’s Secret model took to social media to share the news of her engagement to DJ Ruckus (Greg Andrews).

“This is a sure thing! I said ‘YES!!'”

According to E! News, Ruckus popped the question on his cousin’s, Lenny Kravitz‘s, private beach in the Bahamas.


Tory Burch

With the launch of Tory Burch’s resort 2016 collection, we have selected a few of our favorite picks.


Ferruccio Lamborghini – The Movie

The man behind Lamborghini is slated to be the focus of an upcoming movie,  with the working title of “Lamborghini — The Legend,” according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The film is to focus on Ferruccio’s life and work, from manufacturing tractors to creating military vehicles during World War II and then on to designing and building the Lamborghini cars with some personal stories looped in, such as his love life and lavish lifestyle.



The gym brand has released its 2016 ad campaign, “Commit to Something,” which was shot by Steven Klein and includes images some may consider controversial, such as the snap of model Lydia Hearst breastfeeding two babies. As for us, we are liking how the brand continues to push boundaries.

And that does it for this edition of Weekly Catch.

Stay tuned for next week, as we too can only guess what it will bring.

Until next time…