In the spirit of Christmas, I've put together a little collection of some of our favorite holiday-inspired editorials — wrapped with a bow for all my Fab ladies! We hope you all have a very fun — and very Fab — holiday. Click through to see all of the cozy-chic goodness.
Sexy, edgy, ladylike, sophisticated, innovative, timeless — you never really know what the genius of a photographer, stylist, and gorgeous girl on film will deliver until you see it for yourself. Month after month, we're continually amazed at what our favorite models can do, and this year, there was a lot to take in: Crystal Renn made our jaws drop; Kate Moss got glammed up, then dressed down; Gisele worked her sexy and sporty angles; and Carolyn Murphy was gorgeous as ever. Obviously, there are way more girls on film who deserve a look, so click through to see our favorites, then get a full rundown of the year's best editorials.
Dree Hemingway is a serious model, but in Vogue China's January issue, she let her fun side shine. A crazy, curly mane starts off the whole thing — her hair is usually super straight. Then overly colorful, flirty looks and outrageous accessories like plastic bangles sum up one super thrilling fashion spread. These looks aren't meant to be mimicked, but rather, to show the fun spirit of fashion. Click through to see Dree doing her sassy thing.
H&M's new Spring looks have landed in the latest issue of the label's magazine. We're talking classic femininity with a tomboy twist — that means miniskirts and heels with a bow tie, playful proportions, major jewels, and everything just a little undone. If this is the way we're styling it, Spring can't come soon enough.
We love a double-threat — brains and beauty like the gorgeous Daria Werbowy playing savvy reporter for Peter Lindbergh's lens. Under the style direction of Grace Coddington, and playing dress up in Prada, Marc Jacobs, and Versace, Daria channels femininity, strength, and ultimately, a little romance for this month's Vogue. We can't help but get swept away with the vintage-inspired style and the desert landscapes.
It's been a while since we've heard about former Ungaro creative director Esteban Cortazar. We miss him! The last time, he was designing for Colombian retailer éxito. We already saw the Fall '10 lookbook, now it's time to witness the pieces in action in the ads starring model Hanne Gaby Odiele. They're standout shots — some light and ethereal, some badass black and white. See them all now!
Winter is the time to bundle up, cozy up, layer up, you name it. How do you do so? With a sweater, of course! There are so many styles to choose from, so it can be a daunting task to find the right one for you. But with a little help from the latest fashion spreads, you're on your way to finding the perfect sweater this season. Nubby, oversized, printed, ribbed — check them all out now!
We first saw her ladylike side in Louis Vuitton's Fall '10 ad campaign, and now Christy Turlington is back to give us more. The supermodel was snapped by Mark Seliger in Elle France's December issue, proving she still has what it takes to wow. From a bustier bra to longer hemlines to plaid and a trench coat, Christy makes us want the ladylike trend to last a little longer.
Crystal Renn suits up in a bustier, slips in to tight jeans, and tries on a little leopard, leather, and lace for the cover shoot of Paper Planes's latest issue. She throws on a full length skirt but loses the blouse; chooses a ladylike shift, but it's skintight. It's all a little retro and completely stunning; Crystal shows us just what ladylike gone bad looks like — and it looks good.
Out of the glitz and into the woods — the latest Anthropologie catalogue is a lookbook lesson in dressing for December when we're not dressing up. It's the cold-weather, cozy-gear that gives us that warm, fuzzy feeling all over. Some vibrant prints to liven up gray days, weather-proof trenches, and soft shearling with model Caroline Winberg showing us how to layer it all up. Click through to get lost in the woods — then find your perfect Winter-wear.