Sunkissed since 2009, We Are Handsome is the creative expression of husband and wife pair Jeremy and Katinka Somers focusing on re-imagining the norms of swimwear design to construct pieces that capture the spirit and emotion of summer and now athletic wear. The Australian brand is the embodiment of a love for the beautiful things in life, the wonder of travel and the endless and abundant magic of the inspiring world in which we live. Each piece offers a slice of summer wrapped in luxury and sophistication that transcends the seasons.
Annex Magazine: Tell us about We Are Handsome and your recent growth from swimwear to athletic wear.
We Are Handsome: It was very much a natural progression. We’ve always designed and produced the things that fit into our lives, and those that befit an active, summer filled and outdoor lifestyle. We’re big into exercise, swimming, hiking and everything in between, and the progression to activewear was really organic.
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Los Angeles based swimwear label, Minimale Animale is all about minimal coverage – the more skin the better! Animale’s most recent SS15 lookbook, The Wild Ones, stays true to their signature minimalism as pieces included harnesses, leather, and mesh materials for badass girls on Harley’s. To top it off is our favorite piece: a to-die-for leather jacket for the purpose of providing versatile separates that doubles as a swimsuit and creating an outfit.
See the full collection: Minimale Animale SS15 Lookbook
Isabel Marant’s newest spring campaign turns Natasha Poly into a fun female tribal warrior for the spring, lensed by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin. The French label takes on the brand’s more bold side and plays around with modern tribal looks in trade for Marant’s signature boho chic aesthetics. The campaign features an knit-rope dress, oversized belt jacket, printed mini skirt, and #musthave Spartan leather sandals.
“The inspiration for the spring-summer show was something tribal, but not in the literal sense. And so for the campaign, we wanted to show a very modern and urban girl, but also to get across her savage attitude,” Isabel Marant told WWD.
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Kim Kardashian West (or as Vogue Australia calls her, KKW) has landed her very first solo cover for Vogue Australia’s February 2015 issue!
The ethereal beachside shots have Kim treading barefoot through the clear waters in minimal layers and running slo-mo down the white sand in a jet black Barbara Bui swimsuit and Bassike for Vogue Australia T-shirt. Styled by fashion director, Christine Centenera and lensed by Gilles Bensimon, the Baywatch-esque shoot was a stark contrast from her recently pre-released Love Magazine cover featuring bold bleached eyebrows and artful Prada furs.
It’s official: H&M is officially partnering up with Coachella to bring a new festival collection, H&M Loves Coachella.
This news isn’t surprising to say the least as H&M is at Coachella every year as one of it’s biggest sponsors. This year, H&M will be having it’s first ever pop-up shop at Coachella where customers will be able to shop the festival looks and exclusive merchandise to take part in H&M’s interactive experience. The collection will include music festival essentials like lace, fringe, and crop tops for every boho-chic girl and graphic tees and shorts for guys. Prices will range from $4.95 to $49.95 and will be available in stores and online on March 19.
Tickets to Coachella have already been sold out for some time but luckily, H&M will be giving away several all-inclusive trips to Coachella in March. Here’s how to enter: customers who bring unwanted clothing for recycling to any H&M store will receive a 20% off voucher of their entire purchase AND be entered to win a weekend at Coachella!
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Gap-tooth beauty Georgia May Jagger who’s nothing less then sweet perfection appeared to be not so perfect in her latest selfie donning a smeared lip to her 561k instagram followers.
We were pleased to realize that this shameless selfie is actually a part of a new social media campaign called #SmearForSmear. Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust created the campaign to encourage women to get regular Pap smears, which are far and away the easiest way to prevent cervical cancer.
Rita Ora has joined while Jordan Dunn, Suki Waterhouse, and Cara Delevingne have been nominated to pioneer the campaign. Will this be the next Ice Bucket Challenge? Be gone forgotten pap smears, and bring on the smeared selfies!
NOE Undergarments designs with courage, unwavering conviction and dedication to create simplistic yet progressive undergarments. Twin sisters, Bonnie Rae and Shelah Jean, hailing from the island of Kauai have channeled their passion for design, into creating lust-worthy undergarments that aren’t meant to be confined quite so ‘under’ #innerwearexposed. The AW collection contains a sophisticated, yet undeniably provoking array of body suits and garter belts to high rise briefs for any undergarment need. The collection doesn’t stop at simply fulfilling needs with beautifully orchestrated sheets of Nano Lycra and mesh, NOE fulfills some of our deeper desires.
Dior muse Jennifer Lawrence is the epitome of Hollywood glamour on the sultry cover of Vanity Fair’s November issue, where she poses in a pool wearing nothing but red lipstick and a diamond choker. In a behind-the-scenes video of the cover shoot, Lawrence can be seen modeling a variety of form-fitting dresses including a black open back crystal-embellished number. “The Hunger Games” star opens up about her reality TV obsession, her favorite comedian and the nude photo hacking which she describes as a “sex crime.” You can read the 3,000 word article when the issue hits newsstands in New York and Los Angeles October 9, and nationwide October 14.
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Leather goods label Mansur Gavriel has managed to maintain cult status two years after its inception thanks to the timeless style and craftsmanship of its minimalist carryalls. The NYC-based label’s current offering of matte patent Italian leather bucket bags, backpacks and totes are getting a revamp for Spring 2015 with the addition of leather-trimmed canvas and pebbled leather styles. The canvas styles will be priced between $410 for the mini bucket bag to $675 for the backpack, while prices for the pebbled leather styles will range from $395 to $495.
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