More proof that blondes will rule the Spring '08 campaigns, despite the hype of industry diversity: Tanya D. will join Anja Rubik in the DSquared campaigns. When we try to imagine Helen of Troy, we usually picture Tanya, though presumably she'll be styled less classic for the antics of Dan and Dean Caten in their latest ads. The Siberian model is now seventeen. Meanwhile, WWD reports that blonde and banged Kate Moss was snagged by Donna Karan for her new Spring '08 spreads, a job that belonged to brunette Catherine McNeil last season. We're thrilled to hear about Tanya's first booking for Spring (she's so pretty! she's so magical!) and we're always down for another few pages of Kate. But it's interesting to note that yet again, a very vocal piece of the industry has done nothing to sway the actual practices of it... at least not yet. Also: When we go to Bumble + Bumble next week for our semi-annual color fest, we're actually thinking of going dark brown... is this so totally wrong?
More proof that blondes will rule the Spring '08 campaigns, despite the hype of industry diversity: Tanya D. will join Anja Rubik in the DSquared ca