CAROLINE BRASCH NIELSEN MODELS SPRING’S BREEZY STYLES FOR BAZAAR UK

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Caroline Brasch Nielsen stars in Harper's Bazaar UK's May issue
Caroline Brasch Nielsen stars in Harper’s Bazaar UK’s May issue

Taking a trip through the England’s Wistman’s Woods, model Caroline Brasch Nielsen appears in the May 2017 issue of Harper’s Bazaar UK. Photographed by Alexandra Sophie, the Danish beauty wears some of spring’s most dreamy styles. From airy dresses to lightweight separates, Caroline is an ethereal vision. Stylist Charlie Harrington selects the designs of Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Fendi and more for the blonde’s outdoor ensembles.

EDITORIAL: CAROLINE BRASCH NIELSEN IN ‘LONELY AS A CLOUD’ IN HARPER’S BAZAAR UK

Standing out in yellow, Caroline Brasch Nielsen models Chloe silk organza top and skirt
Standing out in yellow, Caroline Brasch Nielsen models Chloe silk organza top and skirt
Posing outdoors, the model wears embroidered organza dress from Ermanno Scervino
Posing outdoors, the model wears embroidered organza dress from Ermanno Scervino
Caroline Brasch Nielsen looks pretty in pink wearing Fendi mousseline top and dress with Camilla Elphick mules
Caroline Brasch Nielsen looks pretty in pink wearing Fendi mousseline top and dress with Camilla Elphick mules
Taking a stroll, the model wears Louis Vuitton jersey dress with cutout detail and Mansur Gavriel shoes
Taking a stroll, the model wears Louis Vuitton jersey dress with cutout detail and Mansur Gavriel shoes
Caroline Brasch Nielsen poses in Chanel cashmere sweater and georgette lace dress
Caroline Brasch Nielsen poses in Chanel cashmere sweater and georgette lace dress
Caroline Brasch Nielsen models JW Anderson crepe dress and Hermes slingback shoes
Caroline Brasch Nielsen models JW Anderson crepe dress and Hermes slingback shoes

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BELLA HADID, JASMINE TOOKES & HAILEY BALDWIN COVER ELLE’S MAY ISSUE

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Bella Hadid on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover
Bella Hadid on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover

The May 2017 issue of ELLE Magazine spotlights modeling’s brightest stars for six different covers. Photographed by Terry Tsiolis, models Maria Borges, Bella Hadid, Candice Huffine, Hailey Baldwin, Jasmine Tookes and Elsa Hosk appear in the shots. Out on newsstands on April 18th, the beauties talk about their passions, influences and diversity in the industry.

Bella Hadid on her role models: “I was watching an Alaïa show from the ’90s, and it’s Naomi [Campbell], Cindy [Crawford], Linda [Evangelista]—the way they were radiating was beautiful. They were so confident. Those are the people I look up to.”

ELLE MAGAZINE MAY 2017 COVER STARS


Candice Huffine on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover
Candice Huffine on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover

Candice Huffine on finding your voice: “Women have to come together in a way we haven’t before. We’re united and not standing for less than we deserve. It’s about celebrating who we are and not backing down. It’s not a time to be quiet.”



Elsa Hosk on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover
Elsa Hosk on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover

Elsa Hosk on learning from failure: “When I came to New York [at] 20, I didn’t know the level of professionalism required. You can’t half-ass it, because people will take your place. I screwed up many times and had to prove myself over seven years.”



Hailey Baldwin on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover
Hailey Baldwin on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover

Hailey Baldwin on industry misconceptions: “People think it’s all fun and glamorous, but it’s a lot of work, a lack of sleep, and a lot of being by yourself, away from family. Traveling the world alone when you’re 18 or 19 is a lot.”



Jasmine Tookes on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover
Jasmine Tookes on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover

Jasmine Tookes on her passion project: “My goal has always been to create my own beauty line. I have such a unique skin tone— when I go on set, makeup artists have to use all different mixes of makeup to match my skin. I’d love to do a line that has tones for everybody.”



Maria Borges on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover
Maria Borges on ELLE Magazine May 2017 Cover

Maria Borges on the power of representation: “The fashion industry is here for everyone, [regardless] of color or race. When I was growing up, I never saw someone like me, and now the other girls can see someone like them. It’s all about inspiration.”

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TOMS & OTHER STORIES TEAM UP ON A BOHO CHIC COLLECTION

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TOMS & Other Stories collection
Just in: TOMS & Other Stories launch a collaboration

& Other Stories has linked up with Los Angeles-based shoe brand TOMS on a chic collaboration. The line exudes pure bohemian ease with a range of apparel and footwear styles. Model Erin Wasson appears in the official campaign shot at Venice Beach by Natalie Joos. From an embroidered dress to a loose-fitting jumpsuit and tassel embellished sandals, these styles are perfect for the warm weather season. 

TOMS X & OTHER STORIES COLLECTION

TOMS x & Other Stories Cotton Jumpsuit $115
TOMS x & Other Stories Cotton Jumpsuit $115
This casual look combines comfort with a playful print and button down closure.
TOMS x & Other Stories Suede Beaded Lexie Sandals $90
TOMS x & Other Stories Suede Beaded Lexie Sandals $90
A gladiator inspired pair of sandals features bohemian beading and metallic threading.
TOMS x & Other Stories Embroidered Dress $85
TOMS x & Other Stories Embroidered Dress $85
A soft cotton dress is perfect for summer with boho-inspired embroidery.
TOMS x & Other Stories Tassel Rope Sole Classics $75
TOMS x & Other Stories Tassel Rope Sole Classics $75
The classic TOMS style gets an update with tassel detail in a rich blueberry hue.
TOMS x & Other Stories Maxi Dress $85
TOMS x & Other Stories Maxi Dress $85
A multi-colored maxi dress with bold stripes will fit perfectly into your warm weather wardrobe.
TOMS x & Other Stories Suede Metallic Deconstructed Classics $95
TOMS x & Other Stories Suede Metallic Deconstructed Classics $95
A deconstructed suede slip-on comes in a blush pink tone with a golden heel.
TOMS x & Other Stories Silk Kimono $145
TOMS x & Other Stories Silk Kimono $145
This loose-fitting and elegant kimono features fringed sleeves.
TOMS x & Other Stories Leather Fringe Lexie Sandals $115
TOMS x & Other Stories Leather Fringe Lexie Sandals $115
The Lexie style gets a premium update with dip dye fringe and Gladiator-inspired silhouette.

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GISELE BUNDCHEN, GIGI HADID TOP FORBES’ HIGHEST-PAID MODELS LIST

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Gigi Hadid walks the runway at Tommy Hilfiger's fall-winter 2016 show at New York Fashion Week. Photo: Ovidiu Hrubaru / Shutterstock.com
Gigi Hadid walks the runway at Tommy Hilfiger’s fall-winter 2016 show at New York Fashion Week. Photo: Ovidiu Hrubaru / Shutterstock.com

The Forbes World’s Highest-Paid Models list has been unveiled, and no surprise that social media superstars stars are taking over. But is Gisele Bundchen who tops the list for the 14th consecutive year in a row, making an impressive $30.5 million with lucrative deals like Chanel, Carolina Herrera and Pantene. Number 2 is Victoria’s Secret Angel Adriana Lima who raked in $10.5 million with VS, Maybelline and IWC Watches contracts. And two of the top models of the moment, Kendall Jenner andGigi Hadid (a first timer) also land on the list at number 3 and number 5 respectively. Other first-timers on the list include Barbara Palvin, Jasmine Tookes, Taylor Hill and Lily Aldridge. See the full Highest-Paid Models list below.

1. Gisele Bündchen $30.5 million
2. Adriana Lima $10.5 million
3. Karlie Kloss $10 million
3. Kendall Jenner $10 million
5. Rosie Huntington-Whiteley $9 million
5. Gigi Hadid $9 million
7. Cara Delevingne $8.5 million
8. Candice Swanepoel $7 million
8. Liu Wen $7 million
10. Miranda Kerr $6 million
11. Lara Stone $5.5 million
11. Natalia Vodianova $5.5 million
13. Kate Moss $5 million
13. Alessandro Ambrosio $5 million
13. Doutzen Kroes $5 million
15. Joan Smalls $4.5 million
17. Jasmine Tookes $4 million
17. Barbara Palvin $4 million
17. Taylor Hill $4 million
17. Lily Aldridge $4 million

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ZARA'S FURRY SANDAL LOOKS AN AWFUL LOT LIKE BROTHER VELLIES' DESIGN

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Designer Aurora James with Brother Vellies sandals at the Designer Showcase during the Vogue Fashion Dubai Experience 2015. Photo: Getty Images
In a short span of time, Aurora James has turned brand  into a budding fashion force(alongside Gypsy Sport and Jonathan Simkhai) and joining the  class of 2018. 

Well, when the fashion industry takes note of you, it's only a matter of time before Zara does, too.

Brother Vellies' furry sandals have become a signature; the is made of nubuck and fox fur.  Polyester and synthetic fur, which at $59.90, costs just a fraction of the original.  

More than the design, though, Zara's copycat sandal surely doesn't include any of the ethically produced components of the original. "Stolen from Africa," James notes in her Instagram of Zara's sandal, referring to Brother Vellies' commitment to responsible sourcing. The brand's shoes are made from sustainable materials and handcrafted by artisans in Kenya, South Africa and Morocco. The Dhara was made in Ethiopia. 

Attempting to reproduce runway hits is nothing new for Zara, but lately it seems like the fast fashion brand is hitting new lows. Just last month, who took to Instagram to prove Zara's pins and patches were blatant rip-offs of their own designs. Between small, social-media based artists and ethical brands like Brother Vellies, it seems like few designs are safe from Zara's reach.

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7 Fresh Outfit Ideas You'll Want to Steal From Instagram

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  • You'll want to rock these looks ASAP — Who What Wear
  • Serena Williams showed up on the red carpet in a sexy neon bra — HuffPost Style
  • Singer Yuna Zarai on her insanely beautiful headscarf collection — InStyle
  • Google reveals which trends are in and out, according to search — Glamour
  • Summer velvet is hot, literally — Racked
  • A playlist to go with some end-of-Summer street style — Man Repeller
  • Jewelry-styling hacks you haven't thought of before — SheFinds
  • This hat knows when someone's looking at it — The Cut

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