Edward Enninful and Patrick Demarchelier Honored at CLIO Image Awards, Reese Witherspoon Launches Clothing Line

And Cara Delevingne's Met Gala tattoos took a whopping 11 hours to apply.
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And Cara Delevingne's Met Gala tattoos took a whopping 11 hours to apply.
"W Magazine" fashion and style director Edward Enninful with model Anna Ewers at the 2015 CLIO Image Awards. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images

"W Magazine" fashion and style director Edward Enninful with model Anna Ewers at the 2015 CLIO Image Awards. Photo: Astrid Stawiarz/Getty Images

On Tuesday night at the Plaza Hotel in New York City, stylists and photographers mixed with advertising agencies to celebrate the year's best fashion, beauty and retail campaigns. W's Fashion and Style Director Edward Enninful and photographer Patrick Demarchelier, who are both known for editorial work, were honored for their commercial projects: Enninful for commercial styling and Demarchelier for lifetime achievement. Surprise winners included Calvin Klein for its #mycalvins selfie campaign and Laird + Partners for the spring 2014 Chloé campaign photographed by Inez and Vinoodh. 

Actress Reese Witherspoon has launched Draper James, a Southern-inspired fashion, accessories and home decor brand named after her grandparents Dorothea Draper and William James Witherspoon. Cute, right? Draper James will launch its first brick-and-mortar this fall in Reese's hometown of Nashville, but until then, you can start shopping here. {Fashionista Inbox}

According to New York-based tattoo artist Keith "Bang Bang" McCurdy, it took 11 hours to apply Cara Delevingne's temporary tats for the Met Gala. McCurdy, who's worked with Delevingne before, started early in the morning and worked all the way through hair, makeup and nails with only a short break in between for Poppy Delevingne's birthday lunch. Talk about dedication. {Page Six}

Despite luxury slowdown in Europe, German brand Hugo Boss reported group sales of €668 million for the first quarter of the year, a 9% increase from last year's Q1 results. Online sales grew by 14% on a currency-adjusted basis and outlet businesses increased sales at a double-digit rate. Considering Q1 results, CEO Claus-Dietrich Lahrs expects nothing but "stronger growth in the next few quarters." {Hugo Boss}