Saturday August 18, 2012 10:03 pm
Items Du Jour: Emma Watson Talks Style, Lana Del Rey for H&M
+ T: The New York Times Style Magazine published an interview with Emma Watson, who discusses how she used fashion to distinguish herself from her Harry Potter alter ego, Hermione. The profile is paired with images of Emma in some androgynous Ralph Lauren looks as well as one where she channels Twiggy.
+ Lana Del Rey's line for H&M isn't out yet, but the retail giant has unleashed photos of the singer in the clothes to get us talking about it.
+ Speaking of H&M, the folks behind the Swedish company's marketing team have done the ladies all the great service of erecting several statues of David Beckham at their stores across the country. Best yet, he's in his underwear!
+ In a personal and intimate photoshoot, Orlando Bloom photographs his wife Miranda Kerr for T: The New York Times Style Magazine. In addition to just being downright cute for doing this together, Bloom's photos aren't that bad for someone who has spent what seems to be more time in front of the camera.
+ Taylor Swift's ad for her latest fragrance, Wonderstruck Enchanted, is out. She continues to prove to us that she's a real life Disney princess.
+ Set to L.L. Cool J's "Going Back to Cali" track, Karlie Kloss becomes a somewhat a stylish superhero in Inez and Vinoodh's short fashion film for Juicy Couture. Decked from head to toe in the brand's Fall/Winter collection, Kloss kicks a bunch of surfer dudes to the curb all while looking fabulous and never breaking a sweat while she's at it.
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