Gavin Norton

Style – Fashion – Comment

Girl Panic!

Duran Duran, one of the coolest rock bands in the world, has forever been noticed for the models they put in their music video’s. From ‘Girls On Film’ to ‘Notorious’, back up dancers have always been pushed aside by the model. This time they have returned with yet another model filled video, but to our delight they have taken it to the max. Instead of starring in their own music video, the cast of Duran Duran have been replaced by SUPERmodels. Naomi Campbell as Simon Le Bon (vocals), Helena Christensen as Rodger Taylor (drums), Cindy Crawford as John Taylor (bass), Yasmin Le Bon as the guitarist and Eva Herizgova as Nick Rhodes (keyboards). The video follows the girls as they release their new album, make the music video and pose in Dolce and Gabbana for the cover of Harpers Bazaar. Watch the video here as you follow these fabulous models and their fabulous rock star lives, dressed in the most exspensive outfits from the Fall/Winter 2011 runway.

Here they are on the cover for the December issue of Harpers Bazaar out now.

Harper's Bazaar December issue


Filed under: Cindy Crawford, Dolce and Gabbana, Duran Duran, Eva Herizgova, Fall/Winter 2011, Fashion, Gavin Norton, Helena Christensen, Naomi Campbell, Style, Yasmin Le Bon, , , , , , , , , , , ,

Models Take a ‘Trip’ in Cannes at Fashion For Relief Show

Lindsay Wixson's Fall

Lindsay Wixson

Filed under: Fashion, Fashion For Relief, Gavin Norton, Lindsay Wixson, Naomi Campbell, , , , ,

The Met Ball

Last Night the fashion crowd glitzed and glamoured themselves for one of the most important events in the fashion calender, The Met Ball. With a preview of the Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty exhibition and a performance from Florence and the Machine, it seems like the night added up to its expectations. Here are some of the photos.

Daphne Guinness in Alexander McQueen

Stella McCartney in her own design with Alasdhair Willis

Sarah Burton in Alexander McQueen

Anna Wintour in Chanel Haute Couture with her Daughter Bee Shaffer in Balenciaga

Tom Brady with Gisele Bündchen in Alexander McQueen

Naomi Campbell in Alexander McQueen

Sarah Jessica Parker in Alexander McQueen

Anna Dello Russo in Alexander McQueen

Blake Lively in Chanel Haute Couture with Karl Lagerfeld in Tom Ford

Christina Ricci in Zac Posen

Florence Welch in Yves Saint Laurent with Stefano Pilati

My best dressed award has to go to Vogue’s west coast editor Hamish Bowels, who arrived in Alexander McQueen’s signature tartan print. It even matched the invitation!

Hamish Bowels in Alexander McQueen


Filed under: Alexander McQueen, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty, AMerican Vogue, Anna Dello Russo, Anna Wintour, Balenciaga, Bee Shaffer, Blake Lively, Chanel, Chanel Haute Couture, Daphne Guinness, Fashion, Florence and the Machine, Florence welch, Gavin Norton, Gisele Bündchen, Hamish Bowels, Karl Lagerfeld, Metropolitan Museum, Metropolitan Museum of Art Institute Gala, Naomi Campbell, Nina Ricci, Sarah Burton, Sarah Jessica Parker, Stefano Pilati, Stella Mc Cartney, The Met Ball, Vogue, YSL, Yves Saint Laurent, Zac Posen

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