Ray-Ban are launching their Envision Tour which is a series of performances touring the east coast of Australia, alongside a customised Ray-Ban store container that will be stocked with the latest and greatest Ray-Bans. The tour kicks off on Thursday November 14th in Sydney before moving onto Melbourne and then Brisbane. There will be an exclusive event on Friday 15th November – a special performance by Matt Corby at Hyde Park Barracks. You can win tickets by creating a vision and uploading it to the Ray-Ban website. Enter now at: http://www.rayban.com/australia/neverhide/envision/envision-tour
Kicking off her Diamonds world tour in Buffalo New York on Friday night Rihanna wowed fans with a series of outfits designed by Givenchy’s Riccardo Tisci. Labelled “urban haute couture elegance” by the designer the collection of costumes includes a floor-length black cape with ruffles and gold embroidery, thigh-high boots in black and white leather, a parka featuring a gold bullet motif, “couture goggles” and a plethora of leather bra and mini-shorts ensembles.“Rihanna represents what young and amazing means today,” Tisci said. “She is punk and talented. She offers intelligence, energy and pure beauty. She is the face of her generation.” What better way to catapult a world tour into the spotlight than wearing custom-made couture?
Joan Smalls, Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci
Lara Stone, Comme Des Garçons
Ashleigh, Saint Laurent by Hedi Slimane
Stephanie Seymour, Miu Miu
In a highly-anticipated fashion industry first, Harper’s BAZAAR has welcomed the famed Carine Roitfeld as global fashion director across all of it’s 26 international editions. The editor who is best known for her ten year stint at French Vogue (2001-2011) and being a street style photographer’s favourite debuts her first fashion feature in Harper’s BAZAAR 15th anniversary March issue globally. A 16-page spread entitled ‘Carine on the Collections’ sees Roitfeld offer her creative take on the spring/summer 2013 collections using looks by Chanel, Dior, Dolce & Gabbana alongside emerging names such as Christopher Kane and J.W. Anderson.