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David Gandy for M&S

1 Sep

I have to admit, I was a little upset to hear that M&S were making changes to their now iconic adverts. Just like the Coca Cola ‘holidays are coming’ advert, I think we’ve all become accustomed to seeing the fun, girly ‘Your M&S’ adverts over the last couple of years. However…..as soon as I heard the delectable David Gandy is one of the huge stars lined up for their new campaign though, all was quickly forgiven. David is rather yummy and will be the face of Marks & Spencer’s Collezione range, while Rosie Huntington-Whiteley and Ryan Reynolds (bizarre) will be fronting the Autograph collection’s campaign. Here are some of the campaign shots as well as some pictures to remind us all why Mr Gandy is one of the world’s most successful male supermodel. (Clue: it’s because he’s gorgeous). 



Hmmmm…David! 

Ten Times Rosie – Thomas Wylde

23 Oct

During London Fashion Week, luxury label Thomas Wylde launched a book – Ten Times Rosie – to commemorate ten successful seasons for the LA label which counts celebrity such as Angelina Jolie, Charlize Theron and Rihanna as fans. Shot by Rakin, Rosie Huntington-Whiteley takes on ten distinctive characters to portray each season. The images are stunning, atmospheric and cinematic; Rosie is absolutely breathtaking whether she takes on the role of an African highlander, porcelain circus doll or a London punk. 


Launching the book during London Fashion Week was no accident, it was very symbolic. Thomas Wylde is now available in the UK for the first time and Rosie and Rakin are both an incredibly talented British duo. Founder and head designer Paula Thomas explains: “This is a very special project for me. London and my experience of it inform the aesthetic of Thomas Wylde. It means a lot to work on this with two other internationally renowned British talents and to launch the book in the UK during London Fashion Week. Each series in the book is the perfect expression of the drama of my work.”


The book is available from all good bookshops, including online at Amazon, and there is also an exhibition at Rankin’s Annroy Gallery in London until Friday 29th October.