Weekly fashion videos: CK One, John Galliano, Alexander McQueen
Friday 25 February 2011
Check out this week's fashion video releases.
CK One has released its biggest digital campaign to date. Shot by Steven Meisel, who also created the original Kate Moss ads for CK One in the 1990s, the cast includes Abbey Lee Kershaw, Alice Dellal, Pixie Geldof, Fei Fei Sun, Ruby Aldridge, Sky Ferreira and Calvin Klein face Lara Stone dancing and posing half-naked in a white box studio.
Together with the transsexual Lea T., androgynous model Andrej Pejic is pushing boundaries on numerous prominent runways right now. Australia's Sunday Night TV segment has a fascinating portrait of fashion's latest obsession.
Emporio Armani teamed up with director Alex Lindahl to define its 'Irresistible Woman' for Muse Magazine.
The news that John Galliano - who was detained this week by police in Paris for making anti-semitic remarks - will design Kate Moss's wedding dress prompted Elle to take a walk down memory lane and post this video of Galliano teaching Moss to run, don't walk, in one of his couture dresses.
US Vogue's Anna Wintour talks about Alexander McQueen's contribution to fashion in this interview with the BBC. McQueen will be the subject of the Metropolitan Museum of Art's annual fashion exhibit.
Beyoncé's 'blackface' cover for French L'Officiel - inspired by Fela!, the musical Jay-Z co-produced about Nigerian musician Fela Kuti - has caused quite some controversy this week. Watch the making-of below.
In order to promote a new reality TV series, popular Elle fashion director Joe Zee posted a hilarious video of himself learning to ski.
If Lady Gaga and Terry Richardson collaborate on a shooting, the result can be summed up in four letters: NSFW.
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