MARTHA HUNT FLAUNTS SOME LEG IN MARC FISHER’S FALL 2017 CAMPAIGN

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Martha Hunt stars in Marc Fisher's fall-winter 2017 campaignMartha Hunt stars in Marc Fisher's fall-winter 2017 campaign

Top model Martha Hunt is the new face of footwear brand Marc Fisher. For its fall-winter 2017 campaign, the Victoria’s Secret Angel flaunts her toned legs in autumn shoe styles lensed by David Roemer. The new season puts the focus on knee-high boots, patent leather pumps as well as Chelsea boots. Paired with oversized sweaters and little black dresses, Martha captivates in each image.

Related: Martha Hunt Stars in Body by Victoria Campaign

MARC FISHER FALL/WINTER 2017 CAMPAIGN

Martha Hunt wears sock bootie in Marc Fisher's fall-winter 2017 campaignMartha Hunt wears sock bootie in Marc Fisher's fall-winter 2017 campaignMarc Fisher taps Martha Hunt for its fall-winter 2017 campaignMarc Fisher taps Martha Hunt for its fall-winter 2017 campaign

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BELLA HADID LOOKS SPORTY CHIC IN SUPERELLE CHINA

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Supermodel Bella Hadid shines in silver on the debut, Fall 2017, cover of SuperELLE China. Lensed by Mathieu Cesar, the brunette stunner covers up in a silver jacket. For the inside editorial, Bella poses in athletic inspired looks for the fashion shoot. The recent Vogue Arabia cover star can add another fashion glossy to her impressive roster.

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KAIA GERBER KEEPS IT CASUAL IN DENIM FOR TEEN VOGUE

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Kaia Gerber lands the Volume III, 2017, cover of Teen Vogue. Captured by Collier Schorr, the 15-year-old model wears denim on denim on the outside of the magazine. For the inside spread, Kaia poses in even more jeans for the editorial. Stylist Mel Ottenberg dresses the Hudson Jeans face in looks from the likes of Levi’s, Re/Done and Adam Selman.

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WARDROBE SWITCH: 6 PRE-FALL 2017 OUTFIT IDEAS FROM J. CREW

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J. Crew Secret Wash Shirt in Fine Stripe and Button-Front Striped Skirt

J. Crew Secret Wash Shirt in Fine Stripe and Button-Front Striped Skirt

Looking forward to the fall season? J. Crew offers up perfect styles for the transition from summer to fall. Modeled by Sasha Pivovarova, the outfits embrace the classic stripe pattern as well as floral prints from Liberty London. From denim to mid-length skirts and ruffled shirts, these pieces are absolute standouts for the pre-fall season.

J. CREW PRE-FALL 2017 OUTFIT IDEAS

J. Crew Tie-Sleeve Sweatshirt, New Perfect-Fit T-Shirt and Cameron Slim Crop PantJ. Crew Tie-Sleeve Sweatshirt, New Perfect-Fit T-Shirt and Cameron Slim Crop PantJ. Crew Perfect Shirt Liberty Catesby Floral, Excursion Vest in Liberty Catesby, Reversible Puffer Jacket in Liberty Catesby Floral, Billie Demi-Boot Crop Jean in Loma Visra Wash and Lily Cap-Toe Ballet FlatsJ. Crew Perfect Shirt Liberty Catesby Floral, Excursion Vest in Liberty Catesby, Reversible Puffer Jacket in Liberty Catesby Floral, Billie Demi-Boot Crop Jean in Loma Visra Wash and Lily Cap-Toe Ballet Flats
Saint James Meridien II Nautical T-Shirt, J. Crew Reversible Puffer Jacket in Liberty Catesby Floral, Point Sur Distressed Selvedge Jean with Long Cuff and Academy Loafers in Calf HairSaint James Meridien II Nautical T-Shirt, J. Crew Reversible Puffer Jacket in Liberty Catesby Floral, Point Sur Distressed Selvedge Jean with Long Cuff and Academy Loafers in Calf HairJ. Crew Striped Button-Up Shirt with Ruffles and Cropped Pant in Stretch ChinoJ. Crew Striped Button-Up Shirt with Ruffles and Cropped Pant in Stretch ChinoJ. Crew Sweater with Ruffle Sleeves and High-Rise Denim Short in Brixton WashJ. Crew Sweater with Ruffle Sleeves and High-Rise Denim Short in Brixton Wash

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TATANA KUCHAROVA POSES IN DREAMY GOWNS FOR EMMA MAGAZINE

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Czech model Tatana Kucharova graces the September 2017 cover of Emma Magazine. Photographed by Paul de Luna, the blonde beauty poses in a dazzling yellow gown for the windswept shot. In the accompanying spread, Tatana poses in New York City’s Times Square. Stylist Lukas Kimlicka selects airy dresses and glittery gems for her to wear.

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12 FRENCH WEDDING DRESS DESIGNERS TO KNOW

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Are you planning for your big day, and yet don’t know what wedding designer to make your gown? To make your look stand out, it is not a must to have a dress from one of the world-renowned designers. The brand name should not be important to you, but instead the creative design. That is why as a smart bride, you don’t need to prioritize big names, but instead look for a designer that is on the rise. Here is a list of upcoming French designers who can make you stand out on your wedding day.


1. LAURE DE SAGAZAN

If you are looking for a wedding dress designer who will give you designs from two worlds, than this designer is the best bet for you. The talented designer creates flowery gowns that exude pure elegance and sophistication. They will make you stand out almost as much as a bloom from a garden. And florals never go out of style so you will always love your dress even years later.

2. STEPHANIE WOLFF

This designer focuses on producing wedding gowns that make every bride walk down the aisle looking glamorous. Form-fitting silhouettes as well as drapey fabrics truly take bridal gowns to heavenly levels. 

3. CELESTINA AGOSTINO

Agostino is another French designer whose dress designs will make your day memorable. Her style leans more towards the traditional feminine side of wedding style. You can never go wrong with a frothy white gown.

4. LORAFOLK

Laura Folkier is the one designer who offers the contemporary French bride a balanced dress that is feminine, casual, and delicate. Her designs are enriched with beauty and artistry that define her creative approach. She pays attention to the details of her embroidery work to ensure that her dresses are lovely and fun to wear on the big day. Additionally, she has outlets in Paris, Brussels, and London.

5. FABIENNE ALAGAMA

Alagama is another designer who will naturally get you falling in love with her work at first sight. She offers a blend of clean and spotless designs that gives a bride a feel of French artistry and spirit. If you are looking for a modern wedding dress, look no further.

6. RIME ARODAKY

This independent-minded designer is among the few French designers who are committed to the offering of an “All-French” outfit that will embellish your big day. She designs all her dresses in France and fuses them with contemporary features such as pockets and plunging necklines.

For those brides seeking a perfect combination of charm and creativity, Rime is the designer to go for. The designer offers breath-taking laser cuts, separates, and loose flowing gowns that bring confidence to every bride walking down the aisle.

7. DONATELLE GODART

This designer offers French brides a feel of contemporary style and femininity as she explores uncharted waters of bridal design. She makes her gowns outstanding with unusual cuts made out of great fabric materials. She pays attention to delicate details that bring out plunging necklines, and it is no wonder you can find her gowns in cities like London, Paris, and Venice, CA.

8. ELISE HAMEAU

This designer offers brides the best of French artistry. Her silhouettes take inspiration from past decades while keeping them modern at the same time. She infuses her works with a relaxed flow of pretty separates, laces, and drop waists.

9. DELPHINE MANIVET

This designer is the best choice for those brides who want to get something more trendy and contemporary. Manivet is not afraid to create shorter hemlines as well as bold color choices. Her designs are innovative yet throughly feminine.

10. ELISE HAMEAU

Elise is one French designer who draws her inspiration from the 70’s, and her designs exude femininity which cuts across different generations. Her job is to captivate a modern bride with daring backs, plunging necklines, and precisely done waistlines. Additionally, she ensures all her works and fabrics reflect the spirit and artistry of France. She also has an amazing collection of wool accessories that complements her bridal outfits. That is why she has managed to expand beyond the Paris market. You can find her collections in Tokyo, Los Angeles, Brussels, and San Francisco.

11. MANON GONTERO

Manon is the one designer who can take conventional bridal details and transform them into an look that will leave a modern bride feeling like a princess. For a bride wanting to look modern yet timeless, then Gontero has the perfect designs for them.

12. SUZANNE ERMANN

Last but not least we spotlight designer Suzanne Ermann. She seeks to incorporate timeless design elements into her works. This way, she has created a distinct image for herself through out the years. We always love a classic look.

If you are an actual bride or an aspiring French bride-to-be, the best designers may not always be in the limelight. Nevertheless, you can still find that designer to make your dream wedding dress. Hopefully, you will find some inspiration here.

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