The Top Stories in Fashion this Week: New York Fashion Week Mens, Balmain FW15 Ad Campaign

New York Debuts the Highly Anticipated Inaugural New York Fashion Week Mens SS16; Balmain Releases FW15 Ad Campaigns starring Supermodel Siblings; Justin Beiber is Interviewed by Martha Stewart. Check out everything you may have missed in the world of fashion this week.

 1. The Inaugural New York Fashion Week: Mens SS16 Collections: New York debuts first Men’s Fashion Week alongside a host of designers and top fashion influencers. Designers including Michael Kors, Rag & Bone, and Public School showed SS16 collections.

2. Balmain Releases FW15 Ad Campaign: Kendall & Kylie, Joan & Erika, Gigi & Bella, and Armando & Fernando Star in Balmain’s FW15 Ad campaign featuring sibling duos.  Photographed by Mario Sorrenti, the campaign is the embodiment of the rich youthfulness and relevance of the Balmain brand.

3. Lucky Blue Smith and Sister Pyper America Star in Moncler FW15 Ad Campaign: Of the Moment Model Lucky Blue and Sister/Band Mate Pyper America make a big splash as they team up for a nordic inspired campaign for Moncler. Photographed by Annie Lebovitz, this is the second campaign that the duo have fronted together.

4. Sam Smith is the Face of Balenciaga FW15: Singer and Songwriter Sam Smith joins Balenciaga for a creative collaboration which includes a campaign an accompanying fashion film. This is Smith’s first major campaign for a fashion brand.

5. Justin Bieber is Interviewed by Martha Stewart: We thought it was pretty odd that Martha Stewart was at the Roast of Justin Bieber, and now our convictions are confirmed as Stewart and Bieber team up for Justin’s cover debut for Interview Magazine. The very ‘interesting’ editorial and interview is something that you simply have to see for yourself. No words.

 

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Georgia May Jagger is the Star of Mulberry FW15: British beauty Georgia May Jagger fronts Mulberry’s latest campaign shot in Chelsea. Inspired by 70s actress Julie Christine, the campaign represents a turning point for the brand.

     

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