Weekly fashion videos: Katy Perry for adidas, Rihanna for Vogue, more Blake Lively for Chanel
Sunday 20 March 2011
Check out this week's fashion video releases.
Adidas has launched a new campaign called "adidas is all in," starring an impressive lineup of its signed artists and athletes, including David Beckham, Katy Perry, Jeremy Scott, and Snoop Dogg.
Rihanna is on the cover of US Vogue's annual Shape Issue, which comes out in April - watch the making of her shoot with star photographer Annie Leibovitz.
Ever wondered what Karl Lagerfeld is like on the set of a fashion shoot? Now you can find out thanks to this making of the Chanel Mademoiselle handbag campaign, which the designer-cum-photographer shot with his latest darling Blake Lively.
Another grand maestro invites you backstage this week: watch how the elements of an Oscar de la Renta show come together behind the scenes.
At the other extreme of the spectrum, hipster label Stolen Girlfriends Club presented its collection at the New World Supermarket at Victoria Park (Auckland, New Zealand) to a very surprised public.
See if you can find the little pig hiding in between models, flowers, and luxurious clothes in Mulberry's spring/summer campaign.
Craving some sunshine? The "Moments" movie by Quiksilver's surf team should help.
Speaking of surfing: as part of a three-part video series starring Crystal Renn, fashion site StyleCaster has released a clip showing the plus-size model having fun with a Chanel surfboard.
This following clip will make you feel sunny on the inside as department store Neiman Marcus explores the importance of play for its latest Art of Fashion campaign.
For the launch of her new website TypeF.com this week, Tyra Banks invited a journalist from The Cut to hang out with her and Vogue's Andre Leon Talley on the set for a video series for the site.
Vogue Brazil has released a trippy video full of flowery prints to go with its April issue.
Over at Italian Vogue, fashion photography's living legend Steven Meisel lets you have a peek at his production for March's "Wasted Luxury" production.
A current trend has lingerie labels increasingly venturing into wedding gear, with Intimissimi being the latest example.
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