Shot by Terry Richardson, the Summer campaign for Mercedes-Benz stars model Jessica Stam. Even with all of the whorish makeup and bad hair, she looks rather fantastic.
Angela Lindvall in Andrew Gn Pre Fall 2011 and Karlie Kloss in Christian Dior were captured together at the Met Ball. While Lindvall looks forever youthful, we have to hand it to Kloss for bringing out her beauty and maturity. The cropped hair is also fresh.
Supermodel, Raquel Zimmermann, was ravishing in black, feathered Alexander McQueen with a McQueen clutch to match. If everyone stuck to the theme like Raquel, the night would have been that much more exciting and interesting.
Lily Donaldson wore a blue lace Erdem Spring 2011 dress and looked super chic. Many were worried about the gown, but she looked sexy with a touch of delicate beauty.
Last but not least on my model watch, Jessica Stam. I was surprised to see Jessica so prim and sweet in a dressed made for her by Tommy Hilfiger. She paired the saccharine tulle with a Chopard 50-carot diamond necklace. I found this unexpected for her, since she usually adorns herself in this street fashion, rock girl and it was definitely a lovely surprise.
*Doutzen, Natalia, and Gisele looked fabulous too, but everybody knows that already.
70s overload on the makeup and an always fabulous and chic woman. Jessica Stam continues to have a major place in my heart, this time on the cover of Wonderland.
Also, Stam is frosty on the cover of W Korea in cat eyes, and another deep red lip. She wears the likes of Nina Ricci and Comme de Garçons. Such a stunning queen and I wish her a full career once again.
Magazine: Wonderland February/March 2011
Models: Jessica Stam
Photographer: David Armstrong
Magazine: W Korea February 2011
Models: Jessica Stam
Photographer: Catherine Servel
It’s feels damn wonderful to have Stam back in Vogue Italia. She covers the beauty supplement of December’s Vogue Italia issue and I wish to see more from her once more. I love her still as much as I did in high school. Those Prada glasses give me wet dreams all over again. Here’s a preview of what’s to come:
Model: Jessica Stam
Photos: Craig McDean
Fashion Editor: Tabitha Simmons
Now we know who will be in the Victoria’s Secret Fashion Show and who might. I’m glad Stam and Kurkova are back. I wish they could trample that Rosie Huntington Whitley. It’s funny because Karolina was once an Angel and wore the million dollar bra twice and now she’s back as a downgrade. Whatever, she’s loads better than the bottom six of the Angels. I’ve highlighted the only ones I care about.
Date filmed: November 10th 2010
Location: New York City
Date Aired: November 30th 2010
Fantasy Bra Model: Adriana Lima
Rosie Huntington Whitley
Emanuela de Paula
CONFIRMED FINAL CALL BACKS
The below names were amongst the 80 girls who got final call backs (so there’s 40+ names missing), and who may be booked for the show:
Abby Lee Kershaw
Ana Beatriz Barros
Joan Smalls (rumoured to not have made the cut)
Jourdan Dunn (rumoured to not have made the cut)
Generally speaking, most anyone turned designer doesn’t really transition well. There are a few that can turn their normal jobs in for designer. We have the classic entertainer i.e., Jennifer “J-Lo” Lopez and every other celebrity, that decide what they’re good at or at least what they’re known for isn’t enough and there has got to be something out there they can do. Oh, they can wear designer clothes well, probably better than most, so of course they’ll know how to actually design them. That’s not ever the case. Usually the consumers get to see uninspired, generic designs that lack any form of sincere creativity. Sometimes others have it better. Case in point: Kate Moss.
Kate Moss creates a line seasonally for Top Shop and gets inspiration from her own archive of a closet and would only want things created that she would wear. Kate Moss is an iconic model, so maybe she knows a little more than just said vocalist or reality star that charges hundreds of dollars for a jersey dress. Jessica Stam joins the ranks of Moss with collaborating with Rachel Roy that actually looks good. I’ll be honest it’s not the most creative line I’ve ever seen, but the rock ‘n roll edge is true to Stam. Those pumps and the fur are standouts in the collection. Funny thing is, I feel Stammie has potential to transition into Kate Moss. She could never be her or live up to those expectations, but I’m getting the vibe from her that she is the American equivalent. Whatever the reasons, I hope she keeps this up and sticks with modeling as well. I fell in love with her in high school seeing her campaigns for Dolce & Gabbana and Dior. She is truly stunning. Congratulations on the first collaborative collection, Stam!
US Marie Claire September 2010
Stylist: Isabel Dupre
Photographer: David Roeme