Kate Upton, Megan Fox and Jennifer Lawrence Make Big Modeling Splashes For Summer 2018

Kate Upton LipsyMovie actresses, sports stars, models all make their way, sooner or later, across the fashion stage. In magazines, in video ads or with print we see our brightest and beautiful display those figures and faces they are most well-known for pushing a new designer’s collection, their very own haute couture line or just furthering their career by showing themselves. All of the above is the case with Kate Upton, Megan Fox and Jennifer Lawrence and what they got into this summer of 2018.

Kate Upton shot video and pics for a Lipsy Summer 2018 Campaign. Though now pregnant, Upton’s Lipsy pictures capture her in full sans baby curvy glory. In the video and pictures she models white jeans and a purple and white top, a little black bikini, tight black and white dresses, and a white lingerie set.

Jennifer Lawrence posted pictures just this week of a summer-time shoot she managed for Dior’s new “Joy,” perfume.  As the face of this company for over a half decade, it’s no surprise that the star of the movie Joy (and many other blockbusters) is starring in a short film to push this fashion house’s first new fragrance release in two decades. With dyed platinum tresses, ruby red lipstick and wearing white (and sometimes nothing at all as she shows off in a pool for some moments) the campaign will no doubt be a winner for Lawrence and the brand.


Once again Megan Fox is showing off herself for the greater good…of lingerie. Frederick’s of Hollywood just posted new pictures of the Transformers’ star in some of their lingerie, continuing their relationship with Megan and her Megan Fox Collection.

As we get into the cooler fall air, sweaters and jeans to keep us all warm, let’s not forget bikinis, lingerie and pool-side photo shoots, nor what Megan Fox, Jennifer Lawrence or Kate Upton gave us for summer 2018.

Is There Really Anything Going On With Sport Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition 2017?

Kate Upton SI 2017The Huffington Post says there is a lot going on with the new Sport Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition 2017. Beyond the fact that model Kate Upton has scored what the industry calls a “three-peat” (meaning she appears as a cover girl for three different covers of the same issue) appearing as cover girl for the 3rd time here. But as many are pointing out Kate isn’t actually sporting a full swimsuit in any of those shots. Upton does ‘wear’ some string strewn together, a bunch of necklaces covering her just right and in her only bikini bottom shot (any cover pic where she is actually an actual bottom) she sports a long sleeved top. 

While Upton defends the Sport Illustrated’s Swimsuit Edition 2017 issue by saying “every woman of every age and every body type being accepted. It was inspiring to be asked to be a part of that issue” critics are asking if this ethos plays true here. Why didn’t either woman-of-color star athlete Serena Williams or ‘older’ S.I. stalwart Christie Brinkley (posing with her kids), both inside the issue, land the cover?

Certainly you can’t please all of the people all of the time. When super model Ashley Graham showed her curves as the first BBW lady inside the pages, people asked why she didn’t make the cover. When she did a year later, there were two other covers of same issue featuring two other women (one an over-50 lady and one a woman of color), still there came cries of why full figured Graham couldn’t have a solo shot.

Every year this particular issue hits newsstands and a wide range of critics, from fashionistas to feminists have something to say. From too revealing covers to cries of not even diversity between the pages, the S.I. Swimsuit Issue has survived. the digs against it..as it will this time as well

It seems you just can’t please all swimsuit devotees all of the time.Christie

The Vogue Festival 2015

VogueFestival2015-This weekend U.K.’ mega department store Harrods presents The Vogue Festival 2015@Royal College of Art. If you are in the area, this could prove to the two-day fashion intensive you just might need to give you a leg-up on the business.

At what’s being termed “two days of fashion, debate, ideas and fun” the big name attendees for this year’s Fest will include such fashion notables as Alexa Chung, Jean Paul Gaultier, Roksanda Erdem Moralioglu, Stella Tennant, Tim Walker…to name but a few. There will be a masterclass, talks, a hair bar, free manicures by Topshop, a vitamin check for good health and even better look, food provided by Harrod’s Café’, and the Vogue Shop selling one-of-a-kind Fest-only merch.

The Saturday program includes an early morning talk by Vogue’s Lucinda Chambers, Christian Louboutin dishing dirt, a visual feast of Tim Walker’s extrodinary photographic work…with the man himself, then the Master Class “Breaking into Fashion Photography” with Vogue’s Jaime Perlman, Rory Payne and Camilla Lowther of CLM…and then later a talk by Jean Paul Gaultier!

Sunday’s schedule brings more Master Classes, starting with how to be a “Successful Fashion Editor,” Bobbi Brown and Kate Upton talking with Vogue editor Alexandra Shulman, a second Master Class for the day about fashion journalism and the day ending in what is sure to prove a highlight of the weekend, John Galliano speaking with Alexandra Shulman.

The activities for the weekend include “The Vogue Surgery” where Vogue experts advise attendees on their style and style questions, Bobbi Brown make-up artists and Kérastase stylists on hand at “The Beauty Station” to teach and touch, Vogue editors giving “Trend Talks” that afore mentioned “Nail Bar” presented by Topshop and the infamous “Vogue Shop” which will feature limited-edition merchandise, styles by Sweaty Betty, Birchbox Editor’s Survival Kit, books and more.

Tickets for the Vogue Festival 2015 can be bought here: http://www.vogue.co.uk/special-events/vogue-festival-2015/buy-tickets and include admission to talks and masterclasses, as well as the welcome to walk the full space for all activities. There are also “foyer-only” tickets available for those wanting to forgo the classes and talks and looking just to access the activities…and the see-and-be-scene.