Style Notes: Bella and Anwar Hadid Land Joint Campaign; Frances Bean Cobain Fronts Marc Jacobs Ad
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Bella and Anwar Hadid Star in Zadig and Voltaire Campaign [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Where's Gigi? The eldest Hadid's younger siblings, Bella and Anwar, ditched their big sis to be two of the four stars of Zadig & Voltaire's spring 2017 campaign, where they were joined by DJ Clara 3000 and model Vera Van Erp. The four round out the "Zadig Tribe" (watch out, Wang Squad and Balmain Army), which emphasizes each influencer's unique personality and attitude. The campaign, which also celebrates the brand's 20th anniversary, features pieces embellished with a tattoo print by Virginia Elwood from a capsule collection with artist.
Frances Bean Cobain Lands Marc Jacobs Campaign [Instagram]
Frances Bean Cobain, 24, channeled her mom's grunge-meet-glam signature look for Marc Jacobs' spring 2017 campaign. The daughter of Courtney Love and Kurt Cobain was photographed by David Sims for the black-and-white ads. "I first met Frances Bean when she was 2 years old at a dinner with her mom (Courtney) and Anna Sui in 1994 at Bar Six in NYC," wrote Jacobs on Instagram. "I have always wanted to work with Frances. Her beauty, uniqueness and strength is something I have long admired and respected," he added. "Few things remain as constant as my continued inspiration from those whose honesty, integrity, courage and curiosity lead them to explore and venture beyond preconceived boundaries."
Kendall Jenner Photographs #LoveMe Issue Cover [Love Magazine]
More than 110,000 candidates applied to be Love Magazine cover models after the glossy announced their model scouting competition last October. The group was narrowed down to 25 finalists, and eight were eventually chosen to be photographed by Kendall Jenner for their very own Love cover. Toronto-native Arianna Hicks, 18, was the first finalist to have her cover revealed. Jenner had previously stepped behind the camera to photograph Kaia Gerber for a spread in Love last July.
Conde Nast Lays Off Publishers at Glamour, Brides and Allure [Fashionista]
Conde Nast's latest restructuring strategy includes the layoffs of Allure publisher Agnes Chapski, Glamour publisher Connie Anne Phillips and Brides publisher Michelle Myers. WWD reports that more structural changes are to be expected next week.The publishing house has been undergoing major shifts over the past two years as it attempts to adapt to the digital landscape. A few of the major changes: Details and Lucky were both shuttered; Teen Vogue publisher Jason Wagenheim and Allure founding editor-in-chief Linda Wells were among staff let go; and Teen Vogue moved to a quarterly publishing schedule while Self's print edition was shuttered entirely.