Cannes Film Festival came to a close during Memorial Day weekend, and we were quite impressed with most of the red carpet looks from our favorite celebrities and their stylists. Black and bling were certainly prevalent red carpet choices for the occasion, but we were pleasantly surprised at how many ladies were seeing red during the fest. Whether from nose to toes or just with a splash of detail, red on the red carpet was hot, hot, hot at Cannes 2012. See the gallery after the jump.
All right, class, everyone settle and take your seats. And by take your seats, I clearly mean sit without sitting. We don’t want those thighs spilling over. Anyway, today’s lesson is on the handbag. Every lady needs one, large or small, designer or (god help you) designer knock off. But how do you sell that bag in an ad or editorial? It’s an accessory but that doesn’t mean it can’t be the star of the show.
This delicious little story is like something out of Gatsby — if The Great Gatsby was kind of trashy and a bit of a douchbag. We’ve got a bevy of supermodels, a Greek billionaire heir, a Roitfeld, an entitled prince of a sovereign city-state, $500 bottles of vodka, and a chivalrous “man of the people” trapped in the middle of it all.
QVC and HSN, once the domain of Marie Osmond‘s creepy fetishistic dolls and the legendary Joan Rivers Classics Collection has gotten a recent injection of diva with Mary J. Blige, Jennifer Lopez and Mariah Carey taking to the air to hock their perfumes, clothing lines and pregnancy stories. For its first issue of the year, Vogue Italia, perhaps sensing a trend, tapped Steven Meisel and Karl Templer for this brilliant send-up of the home shopping networks featuring leggy ladies Joan Smalls, Karlie Kloss, Sigrid Agren, Caroline Trentini, Gertrud Hegelund, Daria Strokous and Natasha Poly. And if that weren’t enough to get your collective hearts beating in anticipation, there’s a…video. Listen closely and you can almost here Joan screaming from beyond (L.A.) about the only things these skinny bitches are eating up is her goddamn screentime. Video and gallery after the jump!
Decked out from head to toe in one of the most covetable Spring 2012 collections, Natasha Poly works her model magic on nothing but a stool for the latest Proenza Schouler campaign. Stylist Olivier Rizzo mixed yellow and green citrus with handsome neutrals for versatile looks that transcend seasons. Photographed by Willy Vanderperre at Milk Studios‘ Penthouse, we love everything about this campaign.