From underpants to outerwear: We've known David Beckham was going to be the new, ridiculously attractive face of Brit heritage brand Belstaff for several months now, but today brings us a few new insights.
Most brands would be pretty lucky to get a ridiculously good looking, motorcycle-riding Scotsman to front their campaigns. But English clothing labe
July's American Vogue features fashion great Peter Lindbergh's first spread for the publication in 18 years. Lindbergh shot Natalia Vodianova and Ewan McGregor acting out family scenes in a setting that's part Mad Men and part A Single Man. The '60s themed fake family is a fashion mag mainstay, and Natalia has been acting the love interest in Vogue for years, alongside everyone from Diddy to her own hubby Justin Portman. But we think Lindbergh's spread is decidedly different from the rest--click through to find out why.