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ONE FOR GIANNI

ONE FOR GIANNI
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On March 6, 1991, Gianni Versace forever changed the fashion world after showing his Fall Winter collection, appropriately dubbed “The Freedom Collection”. He is often credited with creating the ‘supermodel' after causing a global sensation when he sent sent four models, Cindy (Crawford), Linda (Evangelista), Christy (Turlington) and Naomi (Campbell), down the runway miming to George Michael’s song Freedom.  Those models (along with Tatjana Patitz) had starred in video which was on heavy rotation on MTV, so the image of them at Versace's show singing along to “Freedom" not only captured the imagination of the fashion industry but also came to define an era.

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WOMEN TO WATCH: KERRIE HESS - ILLUSTRATOR

WOMEN TO WATCH: KERRIE HESS - ILLUSTRATOR
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Kerrie Hess is an Australian Artist, regarded internationally for her illustrations and original artwork, most showcased in her former hometown of Paris. 

Kerrie started out professionally as an artist with her first commissions with VOGUE Australia and Topshop’s Arcadia Group at the age of 19 while living in London.  The move to full-time illustration followed with Kerrie illustrating fashion windows in the US for Neiman Marcus Department Store at just twenty; commissions for NET-A-PORTER, Harvey Nichols and Laduree Paris followed, as well billboards and window's in Paris for 'Printemps Department Store.'

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BEST IN BALI x GAIL ELLIOTT: SUPERMODELS IN BALI

BEST IN BALI x GAIL ELLIOTT: SUPERMODELS IN BALI
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Best in Bali - You would had to have been in a coma in the 90s not to have glimpsed at least once the realm of the supermodel and their rock and roll pulp fiction lifestyles . The supermodels were pioneers of the current notion of celebrity by transferring its epicentre of attention from Hollywood to a handful of goddesses who graced the covers of Vogue and Rolling Stone. The beautiful people evolved into one great editorial fairytale the world couldn’t get enough of.  My question is 20 years on what happens after supermodels reach the other side of 40? Where do they go, how do they redefine themselves, and what will they never return to?

BLACK BOOK FASHION X LITTLE JOE WOMAN

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Little Joe Woman is the brainchild of creative director Gail Elliott who is no stranger to mixing and maxing various materials to achieve her own unique brand of luxurious yet edgy island attire. The use of silks especially help to highlight her fashion and lingerie collections. 

www.blackbookfashion.com

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