Plus, Under Armour realigns its strategy to better compete with Nike and Adidas.
What to wear when you start to believe in the crazy magic of love again because two talented actresses have come together despite their 32-year age difference.
Katie Grand cast the Instagram-famous teen for the upcoming issue of 'Love.'
And Escada's CEO is stepping down.
And it wouldn't be Easter if 'Love' didn't make a model-filled video for the occasion.
And Gisele gets a high-low Australian 'Vogue' cover.
It's the most wonderful time of the year.
Plus, the real story behind Madewell's vintage feel.
Plus, find out which Victoria's Secret Angel has never watched "The Wizard of Oz."
Please tell us there's a Vogue cover in the works.
"Miley Cyrus never said anything to us about Beyonce."
'Twas a very Cara Christmas.
One of the things we've always loved about Love has been its ability to balance a playful, not-so-serious attitude towards fashion with a reverence for the industry's designers and models--and lots of tech savvy. This is exemplified by the British glossy's new fifth anniversary issue, which pays homage to--who else--Minnie Mouse, with a little help from Georgia Jagger, Cara Delevingne and Edie Campbell wearing custom Minnie ears done by Gucci, Miu Miu, Prada and Louis Vuitton.
During a fitting in Paris for Louis Vuitton's fall 2013 runway show, Katie Grand and filmmaker James Lima shot some of the show's top models in (and out of) the collection--much of which was lingerie or lingerie-inspired--for a short film. Featuring disheveled-looking girls in various states of undress getting into cars and lurking in dark alleys, the film may or may not allude to certain lady of the evening activities. Like much of what Grand does with her magazine Love (uh strip teases and fashion nativity videos, anyone?) the film is tongue in cheek, and playfully risque--but a few powerful organizations in Europe aren't taking the matter lightly.
Challenging the notion that Marc Jacobs's latest collection for Louis Vuitton--comprised largely of slips, playsuits and negligees--is only appropriate for the bedroom, several of the show's top models took them out to the streets.
For centuries, the world was missing a retelling of the nativity starring fashion people. Yesterday that void was filled--thanks, of course, to Love Magazine and Katie Grand's apparent ability to talk models into doing just about anything.
Do you like gorgeous models? Do you like it when they dance around in very little clothing while belting out Christmas songs? If so, get excited for Love Magazine's second annual advent calendar (and if not, um, what's wrong with you?).
Hoping to snag some of Nicolas Ghesquiere's work while you still can before he leaves Balenciaga behind forever on the 30th? Some of his most rare, limited-edition pieces will be up for auction tomorrow. You won't be able to wear them, though, because they're stuffed animals.