GIZELE OLIVEIRA BY DELLA BASS IN ‘IN THE CITY’

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Gizele Oliveira by Della BassGizele Oliveira by Della Bass

Gizele Oliveira steps onto the city streets for FGR’s latest exclusive photographed by Della Bass. The Brazilian model poses on the streets of Brooklyn, New York in outerwear looks. Stylist Jessie Ajluni selects the designs of Tibi, Reiss, COS and more for the feature. From long coats to baggy trousers, Gizele charms in each ensemble. Finishing the look, hairstylist Jerome Cultrera creates the brunette’s messy waves with Marjo Riitta on makeup.


FGR EXCLUSIVE: GIZELE OLIVEIRA BY DELLA BASS IN ‘IN THE CITY’

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MICHAEL KORS CHANNELS SENSUAL STRENGTH WITH FALL 2017 SHOW

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Ashley Graham wears fur jacket and black dress from Michael Kors Collection fall-winter 2017

Ashley Graham wears fur jacket and black dress from Michael Kors Collection fall-winter 2017

Michael Kors proves that there is strength in dressing with his fall-winter 2017 collection presented during New York Fashion Week. The American designer focused on tailored jackets as well as draped fabrics for a story of contrast. Championing on neutrals, the Kors woman wears black, grey and tan as well as army green and plum hues. Fur jackets stood out, looking voluminous against a fitted dress or more relaxed fits. Coats with sculpted sleeves gave a wink to the 80’s. For the more glamorous moments, Kors offered up sequins and fringe such as the closing dress worn by Kendall Jenner. Other notable models casted in the show included Ashley Graham (the first plus-size model to walk for the designer), Taylor Hill, Bella Hadid and Carolyn Murphy.

MICHAEL KORS COLLECTION FALL/WINTER 2017

Sleeveless coat and elbow-length gloves from Michael Kors Collection fall-winter 2017

Sleeveless coat and elbow-length gloves from Michael Kors Collection fall-winter 2017

Taylor Hill wears sparkly dress from Michael Kors Collection fall-winter 2017

Taylor Hill wears sparkly dress from Michael Kors Collection fall-winter 2017

Kendall Jenner wears fringe embellished strapless dress from Michael Kors Collection fall-winter 2017

Kendall Jenner wears fringe embellished strapless dress from Michael Kors Collection fall-winter 2017

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KATE UPTON IS ON THE COVER OF THE 2017 'SPORTS ILLUSTRATED' SWIMSUIT ISSUE FOR THE THIRD TIME

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Photo: Yu Tsai/"Sports Illustrated"


We at Fashionista spent most of the month of September advertising the fact that there were other models on this Earth besides those named "Kendall" or "Gigi." For the October 2016 issues, it beared repeating: Kendall Jenner, for one, was on the cover of seven international fashion magazines, ranging from Allure to Vogue Japan, while that same month, 21-year-old supermodel Gigi Hadid fronted Harper's Bazaar alongside a cover line that read "Fabulous at Every Age." We attempted to break through the noise by literally compiling a list of 50 models who aren't Jenners or Hadids, but — we swear! — look great on magazines. Must we now conduct the same exercise for Sports Illustrated?

As was announced late Tuesday night, Kate Upton is the cover star of the 2017 Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Issue. You, like us, might've thought: "Huh, wasn't she just on the cover?" You, like us, would've thought correctly: Upton first began her career as the publication's Rookie of the Year in 2011, followed by back-to-back covers in 2012 and 2013 (the latter of which was memorably shot in Antarctica). Sports Illustrated moved on in 2014, 2015 and 2016, even going so far as to crown three separate cover stars, including Ashley Graham, last year — but now, Upton's back.


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KARLIE KLOSS GOES PLATINUM BLONDE FOR JONES MAGAZINE

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Karlie Kloss on Jones Magazine Autumn-Winter 2017 CoverKarlie Kloss on Jones Magazine Autumn-Winter 2017 Cover

Karlie Kloss tries on a platinum blonde hairstyle for her latest cover. The American beauty poses on the autumn-winter 2017 cover of JONES Magazine from Australian retailer David Jones. Photographed by Georges Antoni, Karlie wears a mushroom shaped hairstyle which serves 70’s inspired vibes. In the accompanying spread, the 24-year-old poses in glamorous styles. Stylist Thelma McQueen dresses the blonde in a mix of knit dresses, velvet separates and embellished skirts.

EDITORIAL: KARLIE KLOSS STARS IN JONES MAGAZINE AUTUMN-WINTER 2017 COVER STORY

Karlie Kloss lounges in a red ribbed-knit dressKarlie Kloss lounges in a red ribbed-knit dressFlaunting her legs, Karlie Kloss poses in a burnt orange velvet dressFlaunting her legs, Karlie Kloss poses in a burnt orange velvet dressShowing off a platinum blonde hairstyle with fringe, Karlie Kloss wears a velvet jacketShowing off a platinum blonde hairstyle with fringe, Karlie Kloss wears a velvet jacketLooking in the mirror, Karlie Kloss models a black blouse and metallic skirtLooking in the mirror, Karlie Kloss models a black blouse and metallic skirtGetting her closeup, Karlie Kloss shows off a platinum blonde hairstyleGetting her closeup, Karlie Kloss shows off a platinum blonde hairstyleKarlie Kloss shows off a mushroom hairstyleKarlie Kloss shows off a mushroom hairstyleStriking a pose, Karlie Kloss models a fitted jacket dressStriking a pose, Karlie Kloss models a fitted jacket dress

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HAILEY BALDWIN & TAYLOR HILL ARE THE NEW FACES OF THIS HAIRCARE BRAND

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Hailey Baldwin signs contract as L'Oreal Professionnel brand ambassadorHailey Baldwin signs contract as L’Oreal Professionnel brand ambassador

2017 is shaping up to be another major year for it models Hailey Baldwin and Taylor Hill. The pair have been signed as the new brand ambassadors for L’Oreal Professionnel. The haircare company announced the news this week on social media with promotional images. In Hailey’s, the model wears a wavy blonde hairstyle featuring a center part. As for Taylor, the Victoria’s Secret Angel wears her polished coif parted to the side with warm highlights.

“I am super happy to join the L’Oréal Professionnel family this year!” Hailey wrote on her Instagram announcing the news. Taylor also shared her excitement, saying, “So excited to be in Paris talking about my new campaign for [L’Oreal Professionnel].” Check out the reveal video below with Hailey and Taylor!

HAILEY BALDIWN & TAYLOR HILL – L’OREAL PROFESSIONNEL ANNOUNCEMENT

Taylor Hill named L'Oreal Professionnel model ambassadorTaylor Hill named L’Oreal Professionnel model

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RAF SIMONS RIFFS ON AMERICANA FOR HIS CALVIN KLEIN DEBUT

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A look from the Calvin Klein fall 2017 collection. Photo: Imaxtree

A look from the Calvin Klein fall 2017 collection. Photo: Imaxtree

Leave it to Raf Simons, a non-American designer who recently defected to New York when he was hired as Calvin Klein's first chief creative officer, to be the first big name this week to use his runway as a platform to comment on the state of our nation. Since moving stateside to overhaul the famous label, Simons — coming off a three-year stint as Dior's creative director — has had industry insiders buzzing with anticipation, as they're counting on him to bring some much-needed excitement and innovation back to the New York fashion scene. With his appreciation for art, counterculture, underground music and industrial design, Simons seems like just the man to do it, and if the turnout of his runway debut on Friday was any indication, he is already on the right track.

With Gwyneth Paltrow, A$AP Rocky, Sofia Coppola and former CK faces Brooke Shields and Christy Turlington looking on from the front row, Simons presented a collection that he called an homage to America — more specifically, a celebration of its diversity. "It reflects the environment… all of these different people with different styles and dress codes," he wrote in the show notes. "It's the future, the past, Art Deco, the city, the American West… all of these things and none of these things. Not one era, not one thing, not one look. It is the coming together of different characters and different individuals like America itself." Set underneath an art installation by Sterling Ruby that featured flags, swatches of denim, majorette fringe and more, the first model emerged to the sound of David Bowie's "This Is Not America" — a less-than-subtle political statement — wearing a red, white and blue workwear-inspired look.

Simons' minimal, modern take on American style incorporated plenty of familiar (and at times nostalgic) elements: both men's and women's looks were styled with metal-toed cowboy boots; relaxed trousers featured marching-band stripes; chunky varsity sweaters were deconstructed with sheer bodices; oversize aviator jackets were adorned with floral embroidery; and a range of outerwear recalled old-school quilts just like those you'd find on a Midwestern grandmother's couch. Classic suiting for both sexes was relaxed, and the brand's famed denim was crisp and cut straight. Gone was the minimal, slinky eveningwear that dominated red carpets for the past decade; in its place came dresses made from feathers and see-through plastic. (The latter also coated outerwear like a built-in rain slicker.) Other standouts included an American flag wrap skirt that peeked out from underneath a floral coat and shearling-lined leather jackets that looked like they'd only get better with age.

The casting by Ashley Brokaw hit the right notes for Simons's theme of diversity, and the soundtrack bordered on mournful, thanks to a heavy coverof "I Wanna Be Sedated" and the '50s hit "I Only Have Eyes for You" — an apt reflection of the industry's general mood heading into fashion month. The clothing definitely veered toward the "high fashion" end of the spectrum — which might alienate customers who aren't used to Simons's European, gender-fluid aesthetic and ad campaigns starring little-known models instead of Justin Bieber or Kendall Jenner — but CK likely has plenty of commercial options in the works for when the collection goes to market.

When Simons and Creative Director Pieter Mulier came out to take their bow, the entire crowd stood and cheered, making for one hell of a reception for the New York newcomers. While the country is unquestionably in an abysmal place politically right now, at least the new guard at Calvin Klein gave everyone in the room a reason to be stoked on American fashion again, even if only for the length of a runway show.

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