Supers and celebrities hit the catwalk at Naomi Campbell’s annual Fashion for Relief charity fashion show in Cannes, which raised money for the Japanese Red Cross. [ Racked ] Thanks to Moscot, you can now come even closer to the Terry Richardson look: The storied opticians are now offering a Terry frame, inspired by the lensman’s trademark style.
No question it’s been a hard year for Japan, but amid the destruction and damage that followed the tsunami and Sendai earthquake, there’s plenty of energy and verve to spare in the country, too.
There was no shortage of star wattage at Cannes this weekend, but it was a few newcomers who stood out on the fashion front. Girl-to-watch Elizabeth Olsen has enviable access to one of fashion’s most-desired labels; her sisters Mary-Kate and Ashley are the designers of The Row. Olsen took the line day to night, wearing a pretty white shift for an afternoon photo call for her film Martha Marcy May Marlene and amping up the glamour in a high-slit, beaded black number for its official premiere
If you’ve never heard of Gene Lemuel, that’s partly by design. Back in the early nineties, Lemuel was on a fast track to the A-list of fashion photography—shooting for The Face , scouted by Italian Vogue , hip-pocketed by Helmut Newton’s former agent