What's hotter than Gisele Bundchen? Gisele Bundchen on fire! Thanks to Roberto Cavalli's latest Fall ads, the caliente supermodel proves she's still in the game, still blazing hot. Of course it helps that Cavalli's pieces are incredibly glamorous and photogenic. Check how the wind is swaying that maxidress. Priceless. Enter to see the rest of Cavalli's latest smokin' hot ads with Gisele.
Milan Men's Fashion Week jump-started over the weekend — what a treat. For Spring '11, some designers are sticking to their signatures, and some are playing the fashion field. My favorite collections thus far are Roberto Cavalli, John Varvatos, and Gucci. But Versace made me positively giddy; think rockabilly meets macho man. So sexy, so fun. Key trends are neutral, white, and blue suits, printed and baggy pants, and shorts of varying lengths. Not to mention brown leather man satchels and a wide range of loafers. Be sure to look these pics up and down to catch sight of the styles and the gorgeous faces.
A strawberry blond Miranda Kerr poses as a naughty nun in Greg Kadel's editorial for Numéro's June-July edition.
EDUN kicks off the FIFA 2010 World Cup with summer tees designed by African schoolchildren. The 100 percent organic cotton shirts are available at Barneys starting today for $60.
Roberto Cavalli does not believe any other designer could take over his namesake label.
>> Tom Ford and Karl Lagerfeld both shoot their own ad campaigns, could Roberto Cavalli be next? The designer recently told Harper's Bazaar that photography was his latest obsession and that he was embarking on a trip to New Guinea to shoot "the last cannibal tribe."
Cavalli also mentioned he is intrigued by Megan Fox and disappointed that so many others are using leopard prints now. "In the beginning, when people copied me I was happy. [But now] I can understand when H&M or Zara copies me, but I hate it when big designers copy me. You have a big name, you should never copy me."
But perhaps most interesting in his contingency plan for his label: if he were hit by a bus tomorrow, he says, Roberto Cavalli would cease to exist. There would be no new designer. "Nobody."
The 2010 World Music Awards red carpet festivities just kicked off in Monte Carlo. These five ladies stepped onto the red carpet looking everything from ethereal to sassy to lethally sexy. Jennifer Lopez and Karolina Kurkova, both dressed by Roberto Cavalli, opted for dangerous sultriness, Paris and Nicky Hilton chose romantic gowns, and Hayden Panettiere went for a sassy long-sleeve mini. Which maven rocks your boat?
Jennifer Lopez made a grand entrance at the World Music Awards in Monte Carlo this evening, escorted by Marc Anthony and wearing a full-length Roberto Cavalli animal print gown. She's been working on her tan aboard the designer's multimillion-dollar yacht off the coast of Monaco between spending time with her family, shopping and partying at Cannes events. Avatar's Michelle Rodriguez posed side by side with Heroes star Hayden Panettiere, who was modeling an up and away hair style and all smiles despite the recent canceling of the show.
Hilton sisters Nicky and Paris made the evening a family affair, posing with their parents before handing out the award for best R&B artist. During the show, J Lo changed into a leg-baring Roberto Cavalli minidress to perform a medley of her hits. Paris Hilton was impressed by J Lo's act, tweeting a congratulatory message from the audience. Lopez later changed into her third Cavalli dress of the night to accept an achievement award for her contribution to music.
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Jennifer Lopez looked fashionable and relaxed as she headed to Roberto Cavalli's yacht (in his designs of course!) in France, hand in hand with husband Marc Anthony. She wore a floral blouse with lace-up pants, adding beaded t-strap sandals and a long gold pendant for added style. Her exact pieces are not yet available online, but you can achieve the same look with the like items shown here; don't forget your black tote and oversize shades!
>> Fall 2010 campaign season is well under way — and although not all casts have been finalized, as is the case over at Miu Miu, many have, causing an influx of rumors and confirmations. On Wednesday, Karen Elson joined Christy Turlington and Natalia Vodianova on the Fall 2010 Louis Vuitton campaign set in New York, where Steven Meisel photographed and Karl Templer styled. Meisel also shot the Lanvin campaign this week in New York, with Alber Elbaz overseeing another trio: Anja Rubik, Magdelena Frackowiak and Mariacarla Boscono.
Givenchy, too, is rumored to be going with a trio of female models — Ming Xi, Joan Smalls, and Mariacarla Boscono — joined by a few male models in front of Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott's lens. But the trio trend breaks there — word going around is that Meisel captured 12 girls for Balenciaga, including Finnish newcomer Kirsi Pyrhonen, and Roberto Cavalli is going solo with Gisele Bundchen shot by Mert and Marcus.