Between Proenza Schouler's aquatic chic Spring '10 collection, its radical wave-print surf board, and Cynthia Rowley's hookup with Roxy, I think it's safe to say surf-mania has officially hit shore. Who better to capture the beachy essence than Russh Australia? In its latest editorial, simply titled Summer, Jacquelyn Jablonski and Erin Heatherton play sporty, sexy in the Aussie sun. Jealous! If you think this shot of Erin in a Dion Lee bodysuit is steamy, wait till you see the rest.
>> The trend of using uniform, indistinguishable models has been taken one step further this season: a couple of prominent brands have chosen to crop their models' heads out of ads, eluding any recognizability. Two out of three Prada Spring 2010 ads out so far show a model, the upper half of her head lopped out of the picture, with bag swung over her shoulder; the third ad finally shows her full face, revealing her to be Rasa Zukauskaite. And in Phoebe Philo's first campaign for Celine, shot by Juergen Teller, the first photo out includes four bodies, but no heads or feet at all. Perhaps further down the line the faces of Lisanne de Jong, Carmen Kass, Jacquelyn Jablonski, and Valerija Kelava — all said to be Celine Spring 2010 faces — will be revealed?
V Magazine's issue #63, available Jan. 24, is out to prove that fashion can flatter any figure. Dubbed "The Size Issue," photographer Terry Richardson snapped plus-size model and author of Hungry Crystal Renn in a side-by-side photo shoot with the "normal model-sized" Jacquelyn Jablonski. Both girls are styled in the same skin-tight outfits by Proenza Schouler, Dolce & Gabbana, Giorgio Armani, and more, while posing in similar stances. In case you're wondering, Jacquelyn measures 5'9", 32/24/34, while Crystal is 5'9", 36/31/41. Does this editorial prove to you that fashion is really one size fits all?