Weekly Catch for 15 October – Fashion, Model and Men’s Corner News

Photo: Dior

Fall is officially kicking in here in New York City. We have finally faced the music and decided it’s time to swap out our summer wardrobe for our winter clothing. Yes, it’s that time!

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Before we get to that, we are going to brew some fresh coffee and catch up on this week’s model, fashion and men’s corner news.

And, we think you should join us!


Taylor Hill

Emmy Rappe and Woulter Peelen front MICHAEL Michael Kors holiday 2016 campaign, which was captured by Mario Testino.

Photo: MICHAEL Michael Kors
Photo: MICHAEL Michael Kors
Karlie Koss

Is set to be a correspondent for Bill Nye‘s upcoming Netflix talk show, “Bill Nye Saves the World.”

Natalia Vodianova

Dilone and Jean Campbell are the faces of David Yurman‘s holiday 2016 campaign, which was captured by Bruce Weber. The accessories brand also enlisted stylist Carlyne Cef de Dudzeele with hair by Orlando Pita and makeup by Tom Pecheux.

Photo: David Yurman
Photo: David Yurman
Lily Aldridge

Is the face of Bulgari‘s fall/winter 2016 campaign, which was photographed by Mario Testino.

Photo: Bulgari
Photo: Bulgari
Photo: Bulgari
Photo: Bulgari



Has tapped Bridget Malcolm as the face of its latest campaign, which was snapped in the model’s hometown of Broome, Australia.

Photo: Seafolly
Photo: Seafolly

Unveiled its latest campaign for its Dior J’adore fragrance, which stars Charlize Theron.

Photo: Dior
Photo: Dior

And, here’s the commercial that was directed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino.


Has launched its Natural State Collection, which “embraces an easy, relaxed lifestyle with a focus on being effortless,” according to the brand.

Photo: Paige
Photo: Paige

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Tiffany & Co.

Has shared their holiday 2016 commercial that stars Elle Fanning and includes Sam Rollinson.

J. Crew

Has partnered with New Balance to launch their first activewear collection.

Shop the Above: jcrew.com.

Men’s Corner

The Lola GT

This is a story of a man and his 1963 Lola GT Mk6…

“The car you see here is so rare and meaningful to me, I have owned it for 51 years, and I have driven it once. I’ll get to that in a moment.”

“In 1963, the Lola GT made a dramatic debut at the London Racing Car Show. I read about it in magazines, which I still own. It was the prettiest car I had ever seen, and it was revolutionary.”

“Designed by a British engineer named Eric Broadley, it stood only 40 inches tall and had an affordable American V-8 engine (a Ford) just behind the cockpit. Today, it is known as the inspiration for the Ford GT40, one of the most iconic racing cars ever. At the time, only three Lola GTs were built.”

“In 1965, I was working as a racing driver and mechanic for Carroll Shelby, in England. [The Shelby American racing team won the GT world championship that year.] Our shop was next to Lola’s. I saw one of these Lola GTs and negotiated to buy it for $3,000—a lot of money for me at the time, especially since the car had no engine in it. It was the prototype, the first Lola GT built…”

Read more at WSJ.

Robin Williams’

Bicycle collection, or a selection from, is up for auction at the online auction site, Paddle8. Williams was an avid bicycle fan and now a selection of his bikes from his collection have been donated by his children to support the Challenged Athletes Foundation and the Christopher & Dana Reeve Foundation.

With 87 bikes available, you can bet there is something for everyone. There’s a Schwinn unicycle, a Z Turbo electric scooter and bikes from Trek, Zipp, Pinarello (Team Sky), Giant, BMC, Eddy Merckx, Cervelo, Cannondale and the list goes on and on.

Photo: paddle8/instagram
Photo: paddle8/instagram

Read more at paddle8.com.

Until next week…