Happy Earth Day!
Let’s get right to it – here’s the model, fashion, culture and men’s corner news you missed this week.
Has collaborated with Diesel on her Fashion For Relief initiative – Child At Heart. Artwork featured on the t-shirts and hoodies were created by children attending the Diesel HQ kindergarten in Italy.
All proceeds will go to Fashion for Relief.
Read more at vogue.co.uk.
Fronts Giorgio Armani‘s Sky di Gioia fragrance campaign, which was captured by Karim Sadli.
Sara Sampaio, Fei Fei Sun and Grace Elizabeth
Are featured in Tory Burch‘s spring/summer 2017 campaign, which was snapped by Josh Olins.
Has new swimwear available! Check out the latest from this brand…
Read more at eberjey.com.
Shared their Preview 2017 campaign, which once again features Jessica Hart who is joined by Olivia Aarnio. Watch them sail the Whitsundays.
Read more at seafolly.com.
Released its first-ever swimwear collection. There are bikinis, one pieces, hats and cover-ups.
Read more at thereformation.com.
Shared their Beachwear 2017 collection, which features model Karmen Pedaru.
Read more at zarahome.com.
Released their spring/summer 2017 campaign with model Devon Windsor and MMA fighter Luke Rockhold. The campaign was captured by Bjorn Iooss.
Read more at thefryecompany.com.
Descendant of Thieves
Has launched swimwear! The New York City-based menswear brand has debuted a selection of swim trunks. Here more about the collection, from the brand.
“We broke the rules by ignoring the expected swimwear fabrication and developed our own unique performance stretch version. It is designed to be extraordinarily versatile and multi-purpose.”
Descendant of Thieves continued, “Whether you’re taking a swim, running to break a sweat, or by the poolside sipping back on a drink, this is the one single item for all. It’s sort of a Surf & Turf thing. No costume change needed.”
Read more at descendantofthieves.com.
This Monument race is being held tomorrow – Sunday – and will mark the 103rd edition of the race. The 2016 winner was Team Sky‘s Wout Poels.
Read more at letour.fr.
Sad news coming out of the cycling world with the sudden passing, this morning, of Astana Pro Team pro-cyclist Michele Scarponi.
Here’s the official statement from Astana.
“Michele died in the morning while he was training.
This is a tragedy too big to be written.
Our athlete, Michele Scarponi, died this morning while he was training on his bike close to his home in Filottrano. Michele had been hit by a van on a crossroad.
Born in September 25, 1979, he left a wife and two kids.
Michele ended 4th in the Tour of Alps yesterday afternoon in Trento. Then he went home in Filottrano (Ancona) by car with his masseur and was home in the evening to his family.
This morning Michele went out on his bike for an early morning training and there the tragedy happened.
We left a great champion and a special guy, always smiling in every situation, he was a real milestone and a landmark for everyone in the Astana Pro Team.
The Astana Pro Team clings to the Michele family in this incredibly painful moment of sorrow and mourning.”
And, in honor of Michele, our featured image is black. xx
Read more at astanaproteam.kz.
Until next week…