Coffee Talk for 17 February – Trending – Karlie Kloss, Danielle Herrington, National Park Foundation

Photo: adidas by stella mccartney

Even though many of us have been knee deep in New York Fashion Week, there has been other events going on. We are going to hold on our NYFW talk for now, instead, let’s get straight into the other happenings…

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A congrats are in order for Behati Prinsloo and Adam Levine who welcomed their second daughter, Gio Grace. As of now, additional details – including exact date/time of birth are still to be shared.


Danielle Herrington was announced as this year’s Sports Illustrated Swimsuit’s cover girl.

“Last year, Danielle was a rookie, and yet already an exemplary model,” shared SI Swimsuit editor MJ Day. “She’s an extra hard worker and a natural brand ambassador. All those things separately don’t guarantee a cover, though. Danielle was a shy girl, who went from taking her first photos last year to showing up this year a completely different person. All the good things about her seemed to be magnified.”

Photo: sports illustrated swim

Day continued, “She owned every single second of her shoot. She had an enthusiasm and effervescence about her — I felt like I was meeting her for the first time. Last year she showed up never expecting to be there; this year she showed up completely claiming her place and status as a Sports Illustrated Swimsuit model.”


Emily Ratajkowski returns to DKNY Intimates for their spring 2018 campaign, “#UnderneathmyDKNY”. This marks Emily’s third season with the brand.

Photo: dkny intimates


Not to be the only model returning to a brand, Karlie Kloss is back to adidas by Stella McCartney for the brand’s spring/summer 2018 campaign.


For the men! J. Crew has teamed up with New Balance on a limited-edition collection of National Park-inspired sneakers. Here’s more about the New Balance x J. Crew x National Park Foundation capsule collection, from J. Crew.

“Inspired by the landscapes of Crater Lake and Death Valley, these two limited-edition colorways of the New Balance 998 are made in the USA.”

Photo: j. crew


Until next time…