Style Notes: Tommy Hilfiger Taps Anwar Hadid; Eddie Huang Lands Underwear Campaign
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Tommy Hilfiger Recruits Third Hadid, Anwar, This Time for Denim Campaign [Instagram]
Considering both Hadid sisters, Gigi and Bella, walked in Tommy Hilfiger's spring 2017 Venice Beach show while wearing the capsule collection designed by Gigi herself, it was only a matter of time before the youngest of the Hadid brood, Anwar, was recruited to star in Hilfiger's new denim campaign. The 17-year-old is featured alongside Sofia Richie and Lucky Blue Smith for the ads, which were photographed in a Los Angeles arcade.
Fresh Off the Boat's Eddie Huang Lands Underwear Campaign [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Eddie Huang, restaurateur and creator of ABC's Fresh Off the Boat, is the new unlikely face of an underwear campaign for digital direct-to-consumer retailer MeUndies. "I never thought I would be chosen for an underwear campaign," says Huang in a teaser video. "And if you ask my mother or grandmother, they would have chosen my brother, Evan ... 'cause he's spicier than me in the face." Huang is the company's first celebrity endorser. The full campaign, which spotlights MeUndies and Huang's shared values of body positivity and inclusivity, as well as a new design, will be revealed next month.
Reese Witherspoon's Draper James and Birchbox Team Up [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Reese Witherspoon's Southern lifestyle label Draper James and Birchbox have teamed for a special box curated by the actress in honor of Women's History Month. Available March 6, the "Pretty Mighty" box ($58) will include Witherspoon's favorite products such as Benefit Cosmetics' The POREfessional Face Primer and Clarins Hydra Essential Silky Cream, as well as two exclusive Draper James lifestyle products, and the box itself will feature a lilac print inspired by Draper James textiles. Subscribers can opt to receive the box in lieu of their regular personalized sample box.
Teen Vogue's Global Girls Editorial Spotlights International Models [Teen Vogue]
In the wake of the controversy over the recent immigration ban, Teen Vogue recruited models from across the globe, including Cindy Bruna (France), Ysaunny Brito (Dominican Republic) and Herieth Paul (Tanzania), in order to "prove — once and for all — that our differences are what make America truly great." The editorial was photographed by Stevie Mada.
With a now-contested immigration ban threatening to stop travel from seven Muslim countries to the U.S., xenophobia is at an all-time high. It's more important than ever to acknowledge that immigrants are at the heart of American culture. The fashion industry in particular, would not exist without immigrants; some of our most talented designers and models hail from countries across the globe. To celebrate that ever-important cultural exchange, we asked models from around the world what they love most about their own culture as part of our first-ever #GlobalGirls shoot. With roots in Tanzania, the Netherlands, the Dominican Republic and more, these models prove — once and for all — that our differences are what make America truly great. Swipe through to meet some of the coolest girls on the planet--and for more, check out teenvogue.com.