It’s the time of the year when it’s okay to release the wild, creative and freaky side and make the alter ego visible for the rest of the world. Nobody does Halloween better than supermodels. Perhaps it’s because they are used to the attention, make up and dressing up or maybe they are just naturals knowing their right angles and poses. Here are the best model-moments of Halloween on Instagram.
Magdalena Frackowiak as a creepy zombie. Photo: Courtesy of @FrackowiakMagdalena
Adriana Lima and family as mermaids. Photo: Courtesy of @AdrianaLima
Natasha Poly with a skull face made with black lace. Photo: Courtesy of @NatashaPoly
Kendall Jenner and Cara Delevingne switching Mario and Luigi-hats. Photo: Courtesy of @KendallJenner
Gracie Hartzel as the Mad Hatter. Photo: Courtesy of @GracieHartzel
Kate Moss (left) as Cara Delevingne! Photo: Courtesy of @RitaOra
Constance Jablonski as a dark angel. Photo: Courtesy of @ConstanceJablonski
Naomi Campbell went a bit Rio this year. Photo: Courtesy of @NaomiCampbell
Eniko Mihalik and Heidi Mount were creepy together dressed as some kind of soldier and some kind of burlesque ghost. Photo: Courtesy of @heidimount
Heidi Klum as a spectacular butterfly. Photo: Courtesy of @HeidiKlum
Behati Prinsloo and boyfriend Adam Levine as Tommy Lee and Heather Locklear. Photo: Courtesy of @BehatiPrinsloo
Alessandra Ambrosia as a zombie space cat! Photo: Courtesy of @AlessandraAmbrosio
Black. Colour of mystery and mortality, Anna Wintour hates it, while Abercrombie & Fitch banned employees from wearing it in their stores. For many though, black continues to be the anchor of style; a celebrated Gothicism and wardrobe staple… Here is handpicked quotes about black in fashion. See more at AnOther.
Swedish brand Carin Wester celebrates 10 years with an exclusive collection with the most popular pieces from previous collections reinterpreted in modern. The collection with 19 pieces will be available at NK in Stockholm and Gothenburg during November.
“We wanted to not only re-produce previous collections, but also give the products a new expression that fits 2014. We have updated both designs, materials, colors, and created new details to show the strength of the brand and its timeless design”.
How would you describe these past ten years?
CW: The past ten years have been very fun and very hard, and very different. I started this brand because I love to make clothes and I never really thought about everything around it besides making the clothes, the economical part for example. when you set up a store you need to have all the parts there to make it work. That have been the most difficult part, to get together the whole box as an entrepreneur. Now we are huge team and I only do the design, no need to play some kind of multitasking role as an financial manager and such!
What has been the most fun part?
CW: The most fun part was and still is that I’m always happy to go to work because I’m doing what I really want to do. And to see people wear the clothes is of course very exciting!
What is the biggest lesson you’ve learned?
CW: Economy! I still think it’s difficult but at least I can handle it. I can read a balance report and an annual report and understand everything. I have really mastered economy now!
What keeps you going?
CW: I really get a kick out of getting a final products out of a sketch. I hand in my sketch of a jacket and then that jacket finally arrives its like Christmas. fashion shows and lookbooks are fun too since you can see how the collection is interpreted and viewed by others.
What will happen in the next 10 years?
CW: I hope that I can stand here in another ten years and show these pieces and another 25 pieces from the collections I’ve made since then in even better quality or more exclusive designs. I believe that we’ll be available more globally with new store openings! You know, do the things that we’ve been waiting for.
Nike keeps encouraging women to get a healthy lifestyle in the latest collaboration with Brasilian designer Pedro Lourenço. Inspired by an emerging desire for luxury in sportswear, the collection presents a modern interpretation of athletic apparel for women and is designed to transition from workouts to everyday wear.
According to Amy Montagne, VP/GM of Nike Women, the new collection modeled by Karlie Kloss — is the company’s most comprehensive to date, designed for the “growing lifestyle” of today’s woman who “seamlessly integrates her run and workout with the rest of her day.”
The Nike x Pedro Lourenço Collection includes three looks including a neoprene jacket with crocodile pattern, a sports bra with adjustable straps, a light weight water repellent jacket with satin details, pants, two different tights and shorts, and two footwear options designed to be worn together to create styles functional for the street and the gym.
The Nike x Pedro Lourenço Collection will be available globally on Nov. 13 in New York, Amsterdam, Berlin, London, Milan, Paris, Stockholm, Hong Kong, Shanghai, Rio and online through nike.com/nikelab.