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16-Year-Old Lila Grace Moss, Daughter of Kate Moss, Becomes the Face of Marc Jacobs Beauty

It is now inevitable that the daughters of supermodels become supermodels themselves. Take Kaia Gerber, for example, who continues to dominate not only runways across the globe but newsstands worldwide and advertising campaigns for just about every major fashion brand — all thanks to mother Cindy Crawford (and, of course, her good looks). We’re now expecting the industry to be besotted with Kate Moss’ mini-me, Lila Grace Moss, as she becomes the face of Marc Jacobs Beauty. The 16-year-old was accompanied by her mother on set for her modeling debut. Photographed by David Sims and styled by Katie Grand, it’s plain to see that Lila has inherited her mother’s looks and natural charm for the camera in the simple portrait shot.

Naturally, our forum members couldn’t wait to share their opinions. “This gives me Gigi’s little cousin from Holland vibes,” described Morgane07 straight away.

“Nice image. She is starting very well,” approved ghostwriter10549.

“Love the shot! It’s the movement of the headscarf, Sims is a genius to concentrate so much creativity in one landscape profile. Looks to me like a modern take on an ancient Dutch painting, or slightly less obvious challenge to Meisel’s iconic shot of Coco Rocha eating a peach. As for the girl, I’m surprised Kate allowed her to model this young. Always sensed that Kate never fully backed Lottie [Moss], but I’m assuming it will be different with Lila. Kaia has all the reason to be worried about this,” commented Benn98.

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Bella Hadid Captivates on Harper’s Bazaar Arabia’s Mesmerizing October Cover

Bella Hadid can always be counted on to give good face. This year alone, Bella has blown us away on the covers of American Harper’s Bazaar, Vogue Mexico and Allure — and the year isn’t over yet. Now, the current face of Versace, DSquared2 and True Religion returns to the cover of Harper’s Bazaar Arabia, exactly one year since her last appearance. Bella mesmerizes on the magazine’s October 2018 issue, photographed by Mariano Vivanco and styled by Michelle Cameron, wearing an emerald green Valentino number, which perfectly complements her piercing blue eyes.

Harper's Bazaar Arabia October 2018 : Bella Hadid by Mariano Vivanco

IMAGE: HARPERSBAZAARARABIA.COM

We’ll race you to the newsstand for this one. “Absolutely stunning! Bravo, Bella!” applauded TZ001.

“Stunning, she looks perfect, too perfect! Like one of Capote’s Swans, ready to be adored!” Miss Dalloway described.

“Bella looks stunning, the emerald green is perfection. The cover is made that much more effective because they’ve just gone with the one color,” admired sweetpop.

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DVF Joins the Growing List of Designers Banning Fur From Its Designs

Diane von Furstenberg’s eponymous clothing company joins the growing list of names that have sworn off fur in an effort to be more ethical and less exploitative toward animals.

Banning fur, angora and animal skins from the brand, DVF is taking part in the fashion industry’s commitment to put an end to killing animals in the name of fashion. The luxury brand is also working with the Council of Fashion Designers of America, Inc. (CFDA) on a “sustainability roadmap” that will help DVF find fur substitutes of good quality.

“We are committed to supporting the shift to a more ethical and sustainable fashion industry by providing the consumer with innovative and sophisticated alternatives,” DVF chief executive officer Sandra Campos said in a statement. “Beginning with 2019, DVF will not incorporate the use of exotic skins, mohair, angora or fur.”

Animal rights group People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) continues to call on other designers to follow suit, reminding people that the methods to obtain fur are deeply inhumane. “We’re calling on any out-of-touch retailer still selling coats, collars, and cuffs made from tormented animals to get with the times and do the same,” PETA said on its website.

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Emily Ratajkowski Dials Up the Drama for Vogue Mexico’s October Issue

Emily Ratajkowski might not be our forum members’ dream cover girl but she must be doing something right. Recently, Emily has landed covers for Marie Claire, ELLE Australia and Paper, and now it’s Vogue Mexico’s turn, making us forget those lifeless Hailey Baldwin covers from last month. Photographed by Carin Backoff and styled by Miguel Enamorado, Emily turns up the drama and goes all sultry and glam for the October 2018 issue.

Vogue Mexico & Latin America October 2018 : Emily Ratajkowski by Carin Backoff

IMAGE: VOGUE.MX

Don’t expect any of our forum members to be making a mad dash for the newsstand. “Wonky lips on the one cover, and wonky hair on the other! She’s perfect for these tacky sex kitten-type of shoots, but it doesn’t really suit Vogue Mexico’s newfound classy direction,” said Benn98 straight away.

“Thanks for the laugh team VM! Oh and Kendall called, she wants her dead eyes back!” laughed Miss Dalloway.

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Cindy Crawford Does 90s Americana for Acne Studios’ Fall 2018 Campaign

Are Cindy Crawford and Kaia Gerber having some sort of secret competition? It sure seems that way as the mother/daughter duo continues to dominate the fashion world. Kaia just signed on as the face of Saint Laurent Beauty, currently fronts Vogue Paris and is the face of Moschino, Versace and Karl Lagerfeld this season. Meanwhile, Cindy reminds us she’s still in the game by returning to the cover of Vogue Spain 30 years after her first appearance and is now unveiled as the face of Acne Studios. Photographed by Sam Abell, the original 90s supermodel was shot at Cadillac Ranch by Ant Farm in Amarillo, Texas for the western-inspired Fall 2018 advertising campaign.

Acne Studios F/W 2018.19 : Cindy Crawford by Sam Abell

IMAGE: MODELS.COM

The collaboration didn’t seem to resonate with the majority of our forum members, unfortunately. “Cindy, please stay home and stop being overexposed, because you don’t have IT anymore,” slammed dontbeadrag after checking out Cindy’s latest.

“Yeah, right, like she or any other model will turn down the $$$, ” replied russianelf. “The Kaia hype has really helped Cindy get back into the fashion world. And you know what? Good for her!”

“It’s a brand for Kaia not her mother, it has ‘Acne’ in the brand name for God sake,” said chanelh.

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Fran Summers Takes New York on the November Cover of British Vogue

Our forums complained about the lack of fashion on British Vogue‘s Beckham family portrait cover last month and it seems like the magazine heard our cries. For the November 2018 issue,19-year-old Fran Summers delivers beauty, grace and a real fashion-forward cover image for her solo debut (after joining eight others on the magazine’s May cover). Photographed by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin and styled by Edward Enninful on the streets of New York, Fran serves Jean Shrimpton realness in a floor-length custom Giorgio Armani Privé dress, paying homage to the British invasion of America during the 1960s.

UK Vogue November 2018 : Fran Summers by Inez van Lamsweerde & Vinoodh Matadin

IMAGE: VOGUE.CO.UK

The newsstand cover (above) garnered mixed reviews from our forum members. “I’m happy for Fran, but there’s a lot going on there,” complained caioherreo.

“She time traveled and is wearing a curtain, wrong era dear, not a good cover,” laughed Nymphaea.

“Well, good for him for finally promoting British talent, but the result is dismal (and at no fault of Fran),” HeatherAnne commented.

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