HOLLIE-MAY SAKER TAKES PRADA TO THE STREETS FOR L’OFFICIEL BRAZIL

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Hollie-May Saker stars in L'Officiel Brazil's September issue
Hollie-May Saker stars in L’Officiel Brazil’s September issue

Model Hollie-May Saker heads to the streets for the September 2016 issue ofL’Officiel Brazil. Photographed by Nicole Heiniger, the redhead poses in an urban landscape while wearing styles from Prada’s fall collection. With clothing inspired by a nautical explorer, stylist Flavia Lafer selects designs featuring military jackets, corset details and lace-up boots. Hollie-May cuts a striking figure in the Italian brand’s autumn looks.

EDITORIAL: HOLLIE-MAY SAKER MODELS PRADA’S FALL 2016 COLLECTION FOR L’OFFICIEL BRAZIL

Model Hollie-May Saker poses in looks from Prada's fall collection for the editorial
Model Hollie-May Saker poses in looks from Prada’s fall collection for the editorial
Model Hollie-May Saker poses in Prada printed shirt
Model Hollie-May Saker poses in Prada printed shirt
Getting her closeup, Hollie-May Saker wears her hair in tousled waves
Getting her closeup, Hollie-May Saker wears her hair in tousled waves
Posing on the city streets, Hollie-May Saker models quilted jacket over corset and diamond print leggings
Posing on the city streets, Hollie-May Saker models quilted jacket over corset and diamond print leggings
Hollie-May Saker poses in Prada coat and brooch
Hollie-May Saker poses in Prada coat and brooch
Model Hollie-May Saker wears Prada jacket over printed shirt and leggings
Model Hollie-May Saker wears Prada jacket over printed shirt and leggings
Hollie-May Saker poses in long Prada coat over top and skirt
Hollie-May Saker poses in long Prada coat over top and skirt
Photographed in black and white, Holie-May Saker layers up in Prada’s fall collection
Photographed in black and white, Holie-May Saker layers up in Prada’s fall collection
Hollie-May Saker poses in Prada for the editorial
Hollie-May Saker poses in Prada top, skirt, bag and heels for the editorial

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Vivienne Westwood Says Hillary Clinton Is ‘Evil’ and a ‘Warmonger,’ So I Guess She’s Not #WithHer

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Vivienne Westwood. 

Unlike many of fashion’s Hillary-loving designers, Dame Vivienne Westwood is not, it seems, #WithHer. Per Yahoo!, the always-outspoken designer taped an upcoming segment for British CNBC, wherein she calls the Democratic nominee “evil” and a “war mongerer” [sic]. Westwood, who has previously rapped against fracking and tried to deliver asbestos to the prime minister as a protest stunt, is hardly shy about her political views.

Westwood was quick to add that she wasn’t a Trump fan, either, saying that she “would not vote for either of them … If there’s a Green person I would vote for the Green person. I wouldn’t even pick Barack Obama over them either.” Too bad Westwood is not a U.S. citizen, because she’d be throwing good ol’ Dr. Jill Stein another vote.

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ELENA MELNIK DOES MODERN DAY POWER DRESSING FOR ELLE SPAIN

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Elena Melnik stars in ELLE Spain's November issue
Elena Melnik stars in ELLE Spain’s November issue

The November 2016 issue of ELLE Spain puts the spotlight on office wear with this editorial. Called ‘Armas de Mujer’, model Elena Melnik gets down to business in sharp looks. Photographer David Burton captures the brunette in chic styles ranging from oversized suiting to sculpted tops and leopard prints. Stylist Alberto Zanolettichooses the designs of Louis Vuitton, Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and more for the spread. Jean Luc Aramin worked on hair with Tiina Roivainen on makeup.


The model poses in office-ready outfits for the fashion editorial
The model poses in office-ready outfits for the fashion editorial
Elena Melnik serves fame fatale in embellished jacket and strapless top
Elena Melnik serves fame fatale in embellished jacket and strapless top
Model Elena Melnik looks sharp as she exits a town car
Model Elena Melnik looks sharp as she exits a town car
Elena Melnik wears Celine blazer, shirt and pants
Elena Melnik wears Celine blazer, shirt and pants
Touching up her makeup, the model wears a shimmering dress
Touching up her makeup, the model wears a shimmering dress
Suiting up, Elena Melnik takes a stroll in Max Mara jacket and pants
Suiting up, Elena Melnik takes a stroll in Max Mara jacket and pants
Elena Melnik takes a walk in Balenciaga suit jacket, blouse and skirt
Elena Melnik takes a walk in Balenciaga suit jacket, blouse and skirt
Taking a call, the model wears a Michael Kors Collection jacket and mini skirt
Taking a call, the model wears a Michael Kors Collection jacket and mini skirt
The model wears Louis Vuitton bustier top with embellishments
The model wears Louis Vuitton bustier top with embellishments
Posing in a boardroom, Elena Melnik models Gucci jacket, polka dot blouse and Calvin Klein Collection pants
Posing in a boardroom, Elena Melnik models Gucci jacket, polka dot blouse and Calvin Klein Collection pants

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SUNO TO CLOSE AND CEASE OPERATIONS

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Suno's spring 2017 runway show. Photo: Imaxtree

Suno's spring 2017 runway show. 

Well, this is a bummer. New York-based womenswear line Suno has reportedly shut down with no plans to produce its spring 2017 collection, according to Business of Fashion. The publication also cites "multiple sources" who said the label was unable to find an investor to help maintain its operations and foster growth. The label's resort 2017 (and final) collection will be available among retailers worldwide.

"After eight extraordinary years, we have decided to close this chapter and let this resort collection be our last delivery," said Suno founder and chief executive Max Osterweis in a statement provided to BoF. "We have been humbled by the incredible support that we have had from the moment we launched. It's been a wild and wonderful journey and we would like to extend our deepest thanks to everyone who has been there along the way."

Suno designers Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis. Photo: Imaxtree

Suno designers Erin Beatty and Max Osterweis.

Osterweis, who worked in the film industry before founding Suno in 2008, started the brand by first sourcing East African textiles with plans to start producing womenswear in Kenya. Erin Beatty, a friend and veteran designer (Tory Burch, Generra, Gap), joined Osterweis to run the brand, which quickly garnered support from publications like Vogue and such famous names as Michelle Obama, Sofia Coppola, Michelle Williams and Solange.

Upon its first official New York Fashion Week presentation in 2011, Suno was named a CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund finalist that same year, as well as in 2012. In 2013, the brand received a CFDA Swarovski Award and in 2014 was a finalist for the LVMH Prize.

Throughout Suno's success, Osterweis and Beatty maintained the luxury label's commitment to social and corporate responsibility. Fair and legal working conditions were held at a high standard for production, which primarily took place in New York City and India, along with smaller batches in Kenya, Italy and Romania. The creative duo championed and collaborated with local artisans from those countries as well.

We reached out to a representative for Suno, who does not have a comment at this time. No word yet on Osterweis's next move but BoF also reports that Beatty could possibly continue her design career at a new or established label in New York.

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JESSICA ALBA WEARS HONEST BEAUTY LOOKS FOR SHAPE MAGAZINE

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Jessica Alba on Shape Magazine October 2016 Cover
Jessica Alba on Shape Magazine October 2016 Cover

Actress Jessica Alba is all smiles on the October 2016 cover of Shape Magazine. The Honest Company co-founder wears a black swimsuit with mesh detail paired with a white blazer. Photographed by Adam Franzino, Jessica wears looks from The Honest Company’s Beauty line. The ‘Mechanic: Resurrection’ star shows off plenty of autumn makeup inspiration. From shimmering eyeshadow to dark plum lipstickshades, Jessica stuns in each shot.

In her interview, Jessica talks about her routine for slimming down. “With exercise, I get a little more toned and I definitely feel stronger, but my diet is much more important if I’m trying to slim down. In that case, I usually don’t eat gluten, dairy, fried foods or processed foods. I try to stick to a diet that’s low in sugar and carbs and high in lean protein and vegetables.”


JESSICA ALBA – SHAPE MAGAZINE – OCTOBER 2016

Jessica Alba wears a dark plum lipstick shade in the feature
Jessica Alba wears a dark plum lipstick shade in the feature
Actress Jessica Alba shows off a sleek ponytail hairstyle
Actress Jessica Alba shows off a sleek ponytail hairstyle
Jessica Alba wears a white sleeveless mock neck top
Jessica Alba wears a white sleeveless mock neck top
Jessica Alba wears a natural looking makeup look
Jessica Alba wears a natural looking makeup look
Jessica Alba wears a white tank top
Jessica Alba wears a white tank top with cosmetics from Honest Beauty
Actress Jessica Alba gets her closeup in a turtleneck sweater
Actress Jessica Alba gets her closeup in a turtleneck sweater
Jessica Alba shows off a shimmering eyeshadow look
Jessica Alba shows off a shimmering eyeshadow look
Jessica Alba smolders in the photo spread
Jessica Alba smolders in the photo spread

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MILITARY CHIC: UP YOUR OUTERWEAR GAME IN FALL’S OFFICER COATS

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Tommy Hilfiger features officer's coat on fall 2016 runway
Tommy Hilfiger features embellished officer’s coat on fall 2016 runway

When it comes to jackets, a military inspired touch is one way to take your outerwear game to the next level. And just don’t take our word for it. The fall-winter 2016runways saw plenty of tailored pieces including long officer coats and cropped Victorian numbers. From Givenchy to Tommy Hilfiger to Alexander McQueen, fashion’s top names celebrated the sharpest military pieces. Check out some more fall outerwear inspiration as well as more affordable ways to take on the trend below.


MILITARY JACKET TREND FOR FALL/WINTER 2016

Roos Abels wears military inspired coat in Mango's fall campaign
Roos Abels wears military inspired coat in Mango’s fall campaign
Lara Stone embraces tomboy style in an army green coat for Marc O'Polo's fall-winter 2016 campaign.
Lara Stone embraces tomboy style in an army green coat for Marc O’Polo’s fall-winter 2016 campaign.
Givenchy features military inspired jacket and long shorts on fall 2016 runway
Givenchy features military inspired jacket and long shorts on fall 2016 runway

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