Two of the world’s most relevant top models and two generations of UK top models, finally got together for the new “My Burberry” fragrance campaign by English fashion houseBurberry – Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne. Photographed by Mario Testino in black/white, the two appear for the first time in an ad together for the brand, after having both worked with Burberry on other campaigns in the past. We really like the simple beauty of the campaign, as Kate Moss and Cara Delevingne appear only wearing the iconic trench coat by the brand.
Following from this mornings black camp Roshe Run, Nike have dabbled with their iconic Air Max 1 sneaker and created this unusual mid-top version of the classic running shoe. Given an extended collar for a taller, more imposing silhouette, the unusual sneaker is seen here in an on-trend all-black camo pattern, and is sure to prove a hit with curious sneakerheads worldwide. Head over to atmos and preorder a pair.
A great new version of the popular Nike Roshe Run sneaker will release this month. In time for the darker months of the year, the Swoosh presents the above anthracite/black/dark grey camouflage version of the sneaker. The white Swoosh on the toe box of the sneaker adds something a little more athletic to the shoe. Look out for a release at select retailers now.
Y-3 are flying at the moment so many amazing styles and I’ve had a preview of next Summer and they are only going to take a bigger part of the premium sneaker market. Recently dropped is the Boost a sole unit obviously taken from Y-3’s bigger brother. Its a design that features a minimal and super breathable mesh upper with a black and white stripe pattern running across almost the entirety of the shoe. A black semi-rigid suede heel and tongue provide a bit of added support without taking away from the sleek design, and underneath is a supremely comfortable Boost sole. They have dropped HERE
f you thought you’d seen enough of Kate Moss – being that she’s in an unrelenting amount of fashion campaigns – prepare yourself to see a bit more of her. Although we’ve already seen her nude in a campaign for St. Tropez, and on the cover of LUI magazine, get ready to become acquainted with her left breast, as it’s just been used to design a champagne glass. London restaurant 34 has produced an extra-special glass designed after the supermodel’s left breast to celebrate her having spent 25 years in the industry. The modeling industry that is, not the champagne industry. Or the restaurant industry. The inspiration came from the legend that the first ever champagne coupe was based on Marie Antoinette’s left breast, so Moss is in good company. You can get your hands on it beginning in October at 34 and its sister restaurants The Club at The Ivy, Daphne’s and Scott’s.
One of the biggest trainer brands in the Eighties, Etonic is making a comeback this year – starting with this collaboration between the brand and Coogi, a knitwear label made famous by Notorious BIG in the Nineties. This particular shoe based on their staple Trans Am style. It has multicoloured woven upper very similar to the Coverse x Missoni a few years back. This has a much more premium finish hence the £295 price tag. Watch this space as the brands nears the relaunch.