18 year-old celebrity offspring Ireland Baldwin has landed her first solo campaign as the new face of Rampage. Baldwin finds herself in great company as previous Rampage faces include supermodels Gisele Bündchen, Bar Refaeli, Petra Nemcova and Irina Shayk.
The daughter of Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger stuns in sexy day-to-night looks, inspired by her mom’s film role in “9 1/2 Weeks.” Baldwin models fitted dresses, skirts and tops, as well as ladylike handbags and heels.
Nino Muñoz shot the campaign in New York.
Baldwin posing seductively with a bowl of strawberries in a behind-the-scenes photo from Rampage’s Facebook page.
Images via Rampage, Facebook
I remember when Comic-Con used to be something that the nerdiest of the nerdiest people in the world made a pilgrimage to once a year. That is how I would’ve explained it years ago.
Having grown up in San Diego, I know how likely it is for my city to turn from a regular tourist attraction to a freak-show just overnight.
But now, now Comic-Con is a destination. The best of Hollywood and, of course, all of Marvel’s biggest stars, make the two hour trip from the city of angels to sunny San Diego for a weekend full of partying, star-filled panels and my favorite; the meet and greets – also, free stuff, you get a lot of free stuff!
Being that the attraction has become such a large star-studded event, you can only expect for some fabulous fashion to come along with it.
So, we picked our favorite looks from the 3 days.
As amazingly as these ladies are dressed, you would never have guessed that this used to be a convention for adult men who lived in their mother’s basements, honest.
Images via Popsugar, Entertainment Weekly and FashionTelegraph
I’m sure, just like us, when you heard about the 3D printer and that it could make anything from jewelry to home decor (and possibly clothing soon) you wanted to get your hands on one, am I right – maybe that was just us?
Despite, these things are amazing however also amazingly expensive. Lucky for us, Amazon has now opened a shop where you can flex your creativity far and wide and not only design but print your creations through Amazon while picking up your textbooks for school and whatever else you might need.
The store that was launched Monday is unlike most online sources to order 3-D printed items (i.e. Etsy) from because you are ordering them to be printed and have a lot of customization options via an on-site application.
Unfortunately, the problems that are holding back this revolutionary advancement from blowing up, at this moment, is that a lot of it still looks very technical and is not always “on trend”. Most of the jewelry items look like costume props from Zenon and the decor wouldn’t really match your grandma’s floral wallpaper. But hey, it’s not for everyone, and that is part of what makes it so special.
This is probably just one of those advancements that will change the course of the future of design, maybe we are looking into a future that will resemble more of Zenon’s futuristic and space-age world than we had originally imagined. Who’s to say?
3-D printing is still something that is progressing and will likely be a large part of the fashion industries as well as many other industries in the future. And even if you can’t get on board with the aesthetic of the design that is coming from 3-D printing, you can at least admire how amazing the technology is.
Images via Amazon.com and Fashionista.com
Net-a-Porter’s print magazine, Porter, features supermodel Anja Rubik on the cover of its fourth issue. Rubik’s cover outfit is a lesson in fall layering done right. Her lavender-hued coat perfectly offsets the jewel tone grass in the ethereal forest background, not to mention those silky green trousers.
Cold weather dressing has never looked so chic.
Inez and Vinoodh photographed Rubik for the issue, which hits newsstands Friday, August 1.
Image via Fashionista.com
Cara Delevingne has become the first model to appear solo in a Topshop campaign by becoming the star of the store’s latest ads. This girl’s 15 minutes of fame is not running out anytime soon. We are beyond obsessed, it’s no wonder Topshop wanted her all to themselves.
Styled by Topshop’s creative director, and former Vogue fashion editor, Kate Phelan. Photographed by Alasdair McLellan. The series was shot for 12 images and we even have a fun video to share!
Images via Splash
Supermodels Sasha Pivovarova and Andreea Diaconu are the epitome of boho chic in Chloé’s fall campaign, where the two can be seen roadtripping in a convertible and frolicking through idyllic pastures while rocking fur and feather coats, flowy dresses and perfectly tousled tresses.
All three images prominently feature Pivovarova’s accessories, including a pair of geometric tortoiseshell sunglasses and purple snakeskin handbag.
The campaign was shot by Dutch photographers Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin in upstate New York. In addition to the print campaign, Chloé will be releasing an accompanying short film on chloe.com on August 1. The teaser can be viewed on Chloé’s Instagram and Twitter feeds.
Images via WWD, Fashion Gone Rogue
Everyone loves taking a trip to the past and one of the best ways to do that is with a #tbt playlist. Songs have a way of transporting us to a different person in a different time with different feelings. In this case, back to the fun times of the late ’90s and early 2000′s. Get ready to feel nostalgic for the good ol’ days.
1.What a Girl Wants- Christina Aguilera
2. Independent Woman- Destiny’s Child
3. Roses- Outkast
4. Hollaback Girl- Gwen Stefani
5. Sugar, We’re Going Down Swingin’- Fall Out Boy
6. Genie In A Bottle- Christina Aguilera
7. Sk8er Boi- Avril
8. Country Grammar- Nelly
9. Then The Morning Comes- Smash Mouth
Although fairly new to the music industry, Vance Joy is not one to be messed with. His song “Riptide” earned #1 on 2013 Triple J Hottest 100. The Melbourne born singer will release his album, Dream Your Life Away this September.
Take a listen to this song below!
Check out “Down on life” below !