Emma Stone, Alicia Vikander and Léa Seydoux are starring in Louis Vuitton ad campaign images for Capucines, Twist and Dauphine handbags. The campaign is lensed by Craig McDean and styled by Marie-Amélie Sauvé. (source)
Michelle Williams (with Nicholas Ghesquiere on the subscriber cover) wears Louis Vuitton on the March 2019 covers of Elle UK shot by Mariana Maltoni, styled by Anne Marie Curtis. (source)
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Trang Khieu wears Louis Vuitton on the December cover of Harper’s Bazaar Vietnam shot by Phan Vo with styling by Khuat Nang Vinh. Hair and makeup by Eric Nguyen and Dinh Tran, retoucher Anna Wolkaniec. (source)
In the October issue of Harper’s BAZAAR US, Zoë Kravitz runs with wolves and goes completely unretouched—celebrating the spirit of the actress in her natural state. Speaking with her Big Little Lies co-star Reese Witherspoon, Zoë opens up about her childhood and famous family, the lack of representation in Hollywood and how humor influences her coveted style.
Zoë wears Louis Vuitton dress and Cartier earrings on the cover photographed by Camilla Akrans with styling by Patrick Mackie. Hair and makeup by Nikki Nelms and Nina Park.
On appearing completely unretouched for Harper’s BAZAAR:
Reese Witherspoon: “I’m learning so much about you. For some celebrities, the fact that your shoot was about unretouched images would be more frightening than facing a pack of wolves. Did you have any anxiety about that?”
Zoë Kravitz: “I was a little scared when they told me. What scared me most was that I was scared about it… [but after retouching] You’re like, ‘That is 100 percent not what I look like!’”
On speaking out against racial stereotyping in Hollywood: “I’m not necessarily trying to point the finger at anyone. I just want to make these writers, most of whom are probably white, aware of the things that affect me and likely affect other people as well. I’m trying to speak my mind and shift things so Hollywood can be more conscious about things. My biggest pet peeve is when I read scripts that have character descriptions like ‘Stacy, 22, perky,’ then you get four pages in and see, ‘Sarah, 22, African-American,’ which makes it clear that everyone else is white.”
On growing up biracial and her grandmother, Roxie Roker’s legacy of inspiring change: “When I got older I realized, ‘Oh, that’s why it was a big deal that my grandmother was married to a white man on the show [The Jeffersons].’ I had mixed parents, so I didn’t see it as a big deal. Then when I was educated about what the world was like, I was like, ‘This is a huge deal.’ It was brave of her to go there. I don’t think her intention was to shake things up. It was actually her truth: She was married to a white man.” (source)
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Unia Pakhomova wears Louis Vuitton and Prada on the July covers of Harper’s Bazaar Kazakhstan photographed by Chuck Reyes with styling by Nathan Avergreen. Creative direction by Jonathan Liang. Hair and makeup by Shuhei Nishimura and Amelie Moutia. (source)
Cindy Crawford is photographed for Town & Country magazine in Malibu by Victor Demarchelier wearing Louis Vuitton dress (subscriber cover), a Valentino swimsuit and jewels by Van Cleef & Arpels. The 52 year old supermodel opens up to the magazine on being a “Model Matriarch.” She gets candid on how she and husband, Rande Gerber, are raising two young children in the fashion industry, why she isn’t worried anyone will mess with her kids, and the advice she bestows upon them.
On her relationship with daughter, Kaia Gerber: “…We talk every day, at least, and text. If she doesn’t text me back within 15 minutes, I do one in all caps and a lot of exclamation points. Just respond, okay? Or else I’m going to track you through your Uber account.”
On being a mother of two rising young models: “I’m really lucky, because I don’t have a #MeToo story. As far as being a mother of two young people going into fashion, of course I worry. But let’s be honest. My kids are blessed in that business because they aren’t coming in as unknowns. People will know I will come after them if they mess with my kids.”
On giving her children the confidence to stand up for themselves on modeling jobs: “I’ve done nude photos, lots. The only ones I regretted were the ones that I kind of got talked into. I don’t want my children to ever look back and think, ‘Gosh, I wish I hadn’t done that.’ I want to empower them to just say, ‘I’m outta here.’” (source)