NYFW via INSTAGRAM (Part Two) - September 4th - 13th

  1. Pat McGrath tells me the inspiration for the beauty look at #MaxFactorVB is clean, fresh, architectural - an almost no makeup look with a twist of color.
  2. Mother Pat McGrath is not only a master of makeup, but a master of the photobomb! Backstage at #MaxFactorVB.
  3. One of the looks at Victoria Beckham SS14. Simple, clean and fresh like the makeup. Pat says Max Factor’s “Always Delicate” will be one of the lip colors to look for next year. You heard it here first!
  4. How fantastic is Lady DvF? Today, yesterday, always! Such an honor to come to this show. 
  5. Master makeup artist, editor and modern day renaissance man James Kaliardos and I have practically the same do! Backstage at DVF.
  6. Amazing cast of girls at DVF. Love seeing Karen Elson and Joan Smalls stomp the runway. 
  7. Who’s ready for the Zac Posen show? Crystal and I are!!! 
  8. Opening Zac Posen tonight. Regram from my friend Terron Schaefer. 
  9. My girls Hilary Rhoda and Karlie Kloss walking the beautiful Carolina Herrera show this morning. 
Joel Schumacher - By Steven MeiselHere is the 2nd phony advertisement I was asked to be a part of for the November issue of W Magazine. In this shot, Steven casts Daria Strokous, Caroline Trentini, Joan Smalls, Natasha Poly and I with Joel Schumacher (director of St. Elmo’s Fire and Batman Forever) in his fictitious high fashion label.For more information go to W Magazine (HERE)

Joel Schumacher - By Steven Meisel

Here is the 2nd phony advertisement I was asked to be a part of for the November issue of W Magazine. In this shot, Steven casts Daria Strokous, Caroline Trentini, Joan Smalls, Natasha Poly and I with Joel Schumacher (director of St. Elmo’s Fire and Batman Forever) in his fictitious high fashion label.

For more information go to W Magazine (HERE)

ROBERTO CAVALLI F/W 11
Photos by James Conran

One of my favorite shows in Milan has been Roberto Cavalli. He’s working with a new stylist and I noticed his clothing has taken a slightly darker, more edgy turn. The cast of girls was great: opened by the Italian superstar model Maria Carla, the show also had the ever beautiful Natasha Poly, Anja Rubik, Joan Smalls (love her!) and one of my favorite newer girls, Jac Jagaciak.