Selfridges have re-launched their Bright Young Things campaign, flying the British flag for extraordinary young designers.
Beginning on 6th January until the end of February, Selfridges will be showcasing 15 gifted designers from creative backgrounds spanning from fashion, food, art and design, on their window displays of the Oxford Street and Duke Street stores.
Until March 1, the Selfridges Ultralounge will be stacked with books, typewriters and games of Scrabble. The transformation comes as part of the store’s initiative to prise people away from their (dare-we-say-it) iPhones, blackberries and other gadgets (yes, sadly, this probably includes the iPad). If you are thinking “don’t touch my touch screen” read on…
If you didnt buy your calendar for 2012 and you love futuristic fashion photography, check out this year's limited edition Splash calendar conceptualized and shot by photographer Tejal Patni. The creative force introduced a Tim Burton-inspired calendar last year.
Models Saskia de Brauw and Joan Smalls pose near the ocean at France's Hôtel du Cap Eden Roc for Chanel's 2012 Spring campaign. Captured by Karl Lagerfeld, the black and white photographs feature these gorgeous models striking athletic poses on gymnastics equipment, but it doesn't look like they're breaking a sweat. Rather, they look fashionable and high-class as they model the label's lightweight dresses and outerwear. With the gymnastic fashion shots for its 2012 Spring Collection, Chanel continues to raise the bar on high fashion.