So far, only one image from Carolina Herrera's Fall 2012 campaign has seen the light of day — and it's a real beauty. Photographed by Patrick Demarchelier, it features Constance Jablonski and Eniko Mihalik passing down an Upper East Side street in a flurry of crimson and print. Now comes a behind-the-scenes video that shows exactly what we've been suspecting all along: the rest of the campaign — which also features Jablonski and Mihalik — will definitely be filled with images that are just as lovely as the first.
Those stories in our daily news roundup.
- Terry Richardson stepped in front of his own camera in a new ad for jeweler David Webb. Richardson stars in the ad with model Eniko Mihalik. [Fashionologie Inbox]
- Isaac Mizrahi will make his first foray into the fragrance business with his new scent Fabulous. [WWD]
- Nine West's Runway Relief Program — which raises money for the CFDA's Fashion Targets Breast Cancer charity — will add new garments to its lineup this Fashion Week, including sunglasses, a drawstring backpack, and a newsboy cap. [Modelinia]
>> Here it is, in all its music-festival-inspired, desert-hued glory. Tinged with Western influences and a boho vibe, Club Monaco's latest lookbook features a bevy of laid-back separates just right for kicking off the Summer season: gauzy cabana blouses, palm-tree-print dresses, billowing maxi skirts, and floaty peasant tops. Pieces don't hit stores until April, but peep the whole collection — as modeled by Eniko Mihalik and Valerija Kelava in Palm Springs — here, in the slideshow.
>> Carine Roitfeld was working with Terry Richardson at his studio earlier this week — given Stephen Gan's presence, the collaboration was likely for V — but another one of their recent projects just made its debut.
Richardson photographed and Carine Roitfeld styled Eniko Mihalik — holding plastic, plaid-shirted Terry Richardson dolls — for David Webb's three-image Fall 2011 jewelry campaign. This is the company's first set of ads in over 20 years, says new Webb co-owner Sima Ghadamian, who hired Roitfeld and Richardson to help reinvigorate the brand. “We wanted to reintroduce David Webb to the world with a new look, but with having all of the original designs he made when he was the biggest designer of his time,” Ghadamian added, describing the three ads as “sexy, young, abundant” and “full of saturated color.”
We're loving all of the swimwear options that are out there right now; at Miami Swim Week, we've seen tons of different prints, colors, and silhouettes, and with each season brings a fresh crop of new looks to try. However, one bathing suit trend that never seems to go out of style is '50s glam. Just look at the effortless allure of bathing beauties like Rita Hayworth, Esther Williams, and Marilyn Monroe. Not only did they have killer curves and perfectly coiffed hair, but they were undeniably sexy while still leaving a little to the imagination. Modern-day stunners like Eniko Mihalik and Marloes Horst worked the trend for Bergdorf Goodman and Seafolly campaigns, respectively — proving that flirty ruffles, sweet gingham, and sailor stripes can still be hot combos. If barely there bikinis aren't your thing, or you just want to try a more retro look on the beach this season, click through to see all of our '50s-chic swimwear picks.
This week in the world of Twitpics, we got a glimpse of celebrity vacations, went behind the scenes on photo shoots and TV appearances, and even helped welcome a furry new member to the Beckham family. Can you handle the cuteness? Click through to see each photo.
Thanks to gorgeous Friday weather, Eniko Mihalik's style lesson in bright colors and stripes in Mango's lookbook comes at a fitting time. This Summer, we suggest you swap out your classic navy and white striped tee for something vibrant — think yellow, orange, and cobalt blue — for an instant jolt of warm-weather style. Just click through the slideshow to see how Eniko successfully works this look.
Want to look sun-kissed before the first beach day? We're loving Eniko Mihalik's warm sheen for Harper's Bazaar's March editorial — and we took notes. Layer golden hues with abandon. Stack bangles, layer necklaces, and pair it with rich mustard and golden tones. It could be a strappy Giuseppe Zanotti gold shoe ($695) popping out from skinny See by Chloé pants ($108, originally $270), or a series of cuffs adding a warrior-like quality to your arm. Work the gold standard, and you'll shine.
Our Best of 2010 coverage continues with yet another exciting category: models! Each year, Fab has her new favorites — the girls who worked their gorgeous butts off and looked damn good while doing it. By now Lara Stone has turned from a crush to love; newcomer Lindsey Wixson stole our hearts with her adorable pouty lips; the beautiful Eniko Mihalik was everywhere we turned; Victoria's Secret hottie Alessandra Ambrosio got way more high-end work this year; and Tao Okamoto single-handedly made the bowl-cut look fashionable. They all deserve a gold star, but which of these stunners should be crowned model of the year?
(Clockwise: Lara Stone, Lindsey Wixson, Alessandra Ambrosio, Tao Okamoto, Eniko Mihalik)
Flip through the pages of this Russh editorial, and you'll notice there's no real style constant — Eniko Mihalik is a fresh-faced teen showing off an exposed midriff; then a confident fashion queen; then poised, draped in a classic cape. But, that's kind of the point — channeling iconic fashion moments and muses, she's the epitome of American fashion and the all-encompassing changes and shapes it takes. So, with that, we wish you all a very Happy Thanksgiving! Enjoy time with your loved ones and be sure to share photos of your fabulous turkey day outfit.