The latter unveiled her fall collection, her first for 1.2.3 (which is owned by Etam), at the Crillon in Paris yesterday. Like almost every other model who’s landed a design contract, the clothes are based on Eva’s own, but their target age range of 40 and up differs from the norm. A website will launch in July, but were more interested in Etam’s love of models. How about shoes by Lara Stone?
She’s notorious for her inability to walk in crazy shoes and thus the perfect choice to whip up wearable heels.
Meanwhile, Gisele flew to Paris to promote her Ipanema flip flops. She admitted to WWD that she doesn’t actually design a thing, “I am very inspired by nature and like to use that for my ideas, but actually designing them — no way. I would be a disaster.”
Could anyone other than Gisele get away with admitting they don’t actually design the line they’re paid to design? We want to say Kate Moss, but probably not.