Another week, another batch of super-cool Spring 2012 ad campaigns! Today we take a look at ads from Kenzo (colorful and punchy), Stella McCartney (baby-faced Natalia Vodianova amidst cartoon flowers), Missoni (shot by Jurgen Teller and wonderfully quirky), Carven (weirdly abstract), Reed Krakoff (glamorous candid Karen Elson) and True Religion (all American style). Click through to see them all. Which one is your favorite?
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Keri Russell in Stella McCartney, Diane Kruger in Carven and More
Keri Russell's envy-inducing mane may be her signature, but she's been wearing some pretty flawless things on her press tour for Austenland, including this Stella McCartney jumpsuit. Adding to the perfection of this week's best dressed list is Rooney Mara, looking effortlessly chic in Calvin Klein, Diane Kruger winning us over yet again in Carven, and Lily Collins, who continues to impress us with her risk-taking choices. Click through for all that and the rest of this week's 10 best dressed!
Reed Krakoff: A-List Favorite
Reed Krakoff may only be in his fourth season, but the designer already has a steady stable of A-list fans from Anna Wintour to Emmanuelle Alt to Julianne Moore--all of whom, of course, were in attendance for his Fall 2012 show. "Oh I love him," Moore told us. "We've been friends for a really long time, since like '98. I love his aesthetic. I love what he did at Coach, and I love what he's doing at his own brand." "He has a real style--always beautiful fabric, great lines," she added. "His stuff is always very chic."
Stella McCartney and Gwyneth Paltrow Team Up on New Capsule Collection
When most best friends get together, all they make is memories (and a few really good inside jokes). When BFFs Gwyneth Paltrow and Stella McCartney get together, they make a full-fledged clothing collection--with prices starting at $795. This is definitely not one of those 'Stars They're Just Like Us' moments.
New Details Revealed About Reed Krakoff's Split From Coach
It sounds like the Coach/Reed Krakoff split may not have been as amicable as it seemed.