>> We met Miranda Kerr's new son, Flynn, earlier today, and now there's opportunity to meet another model's son, thanks to Vogue, which loves to capture models with their children. The latest case is new Anna Wintour favorite, 22-year-old Arizona Muse, who is joined in her 14 page only-girl spread, shot by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue's February 2011 issue, by her 19-month-old son, Nikko. They share a Brooklyn apartment with Muse's live-in nanny. The full editorial, here.
The Latest Spring 2011 Ads — Crystal Renn in Colorful Jimmy Choo, Plus Ralph Lauren, D&G, and More Chanel
>> In the latest round of Spring 2011 ad campaigns to pop up, Crystal Renn nabbed a starring role in Jimmy Choo's colorful, colorblocked set shot by Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin; Baptiste Giabiconi sprays Freja Beha Erichsen and Stella Tennant in their Chanel suits with a water hose; and Ellen von Unwerth, who first found fame photographing Claudia Schiffer for Guess, is back for another round with the brand.
Upstart model Arizona Muse has replaced Daria Werbowy as the face of YSL for Spring. Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin shot the brunette beauty in the gardens of a Moroccan villa, a location that has inspired many of Yves St. Laurent's designs and is the subject of a forthcoming book on YSL's Marrakech influences. Click through to see the latest campaign.
After Seasons of Supermodels, Yves Saint Laurent Anoints New Face Arizona Muse for Spring 2011 Campaign
>> After seasons and seasons of supermodel faces — Christy Turlington, Claudia Schiffer, Daria Werbowy, Naomi Campbell, Kate Moss — Stefano Pilati has chosen a new face for Yves Saint Laurent's Spring 2011 campaign: that of Arizona Muse (she also happens to be a Spring 2011 Prada face). In the first image released, Muse wears the dress she wore to close the house's Spring 2011 show, and Inez van Lamsweerde and Vinoodh Matadin captured her in the gardens of a 1930s villa in Marrakech's Palmeraie resort, true to Yves Saint Laurent's Moroccan ties.
UPDATE: More images from the campaign can be seen here.