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Allsaints. Allsaints. COS Draped layer dress. Jo Jo Drape Dress, Black. Happy Birthday, Cindy Crawford. Happy Birthday, Cindy Crawford Pretty as can be in the pink headscarf featured in a 1987 issue of Harpers Bazaar.
Already the face of the major designer, Escada, in the beginning of her modeling career in 1988. A candid moment of the gorgeous gal singing country in 1989 shot by Arthur Elgort. Cindy Crawfprd strikes a pose with fellow super models Naomi Campbell, Linda Evangelista, Tatjana Patitz and Christy Turlington for a 1990 issue of British Vogue. Miss Crawford turned head is this famed red Versace gown at the 1991 Academy Awards.
Crawford took every teenage boy in America by storm with her iconic 1992 commercial for Pepsi. Shape Your Body was made in 1992 and kicked off Cindy’s workout video success. Famed photographer Herb Ritts captured Cindy frolicking on the beach in an evening gown in 1993. In the early 90’s Crawford was an MTV VJ for the television show House of Style. In 2001 Cindy hit the big screen and costarred in the in the movie The Simian Line. Cindy Crawford, 1994 - '90s Beauty. Journal, Culture, Style, News & Features. Women: New Portraits by Annie Leibovitz Taking our inspiration from Serena Morton Gallery’s ‘Disco’ exhibition of Bill Bernstein’s photography, our NYE playlist features tracks by everyone from Gloria Gaynor to braided lothario Rick James.
Hollywood’s leading lady Jennifer Lawrence stars in this David O Russell film, a true-life story of can-do spirit, honesty, and mops. Now open at the Barbican, ‘The World of Charles and Ray Eames’ celebrates two of America’s most influential designers, whose infectious creativity and enthusiasm produced everything from modern architecture to leg splints for the military. Whistles Limited Edition Line Launches Online And In Store. 24 August 2012 Sarah Karmali BRITISH brand Whistles is launching its first Limited Edition line.
With an emphasis on exclusivity, select pieces from the collection will only be produced in batches of 20. The first range will feature 70 luxury pieces spanning both contemporary daywear and eveningwear, with key fabrics including leather, cashmere, silk crepe and jacquard. "We decided to stretch our creative wings this year and allow ourselves the luxury of designing a small tightly-edited collection of what we consider to be the most covetable pieces of the season, in the most luxurious and desirable fabrics," said Jane Shepherdson, Whistles chief executive. Whistles Unveils Its Best Accessories Collaboration Yet.
MOXHAM X Whistles Necklace London designer Madeleine Moxham has teamed up with Whistles to create the perfect range of accessories.
New designer collaboration: Markus Lupfer for Whistles. The London Fashion Week designer has teamed up with the high street retailer to create a collection of luxurious winter-appropriate pieces – from hats and scarves, to silk pyjamas and jumpers.
Cashmere is used heavily throughout – from intarsia cashmere scarves and hats, to hot pink cashmere mittens. There are also small leather goods (we’re thinking perfect stocking fillers), including an iPad case emblazoned with neon hearts, a make-up bag and an iPhone holder. Advertisement - Continue Reading Below The Markus Lupfer for Whistles collection is in stores and online now. Whistles and the Gang: Exclusive collaboration & in-store knitting event. Comprised of a community of knitters worldwide, Wool and the Gang maintains a strong focus on ethical and sustainable production, as each piece is knitted by one of the 'gang'.
The exclusive Whistles collaboration kit features, 1 x pre-knitted hat in mint, grey or classic black, alongside a knitting needle, yarn and a ‘how to’ beginners instruction manual. Need more help? We’ve also created a instructional video to guide you through the monogram process, available to watch here. If you are feeling a little rusty or would like some beginners tips, head to select stores on Saturday 6th & 7th of December, where members of Wool and the Gang will be on hand to guide you through the process or sew your own chosen monogram. There will also be pom poms, in 3 colours, available exclusively for the events, to purchase or have stitched in-store onto your hat. Don’t forget to share pictures of your work and hashtag #whistlesandthegang. Whistles x Trekstock. Our exclusive Whistles x Trekstock collaboration comprises five must-have accessories created by our guest creatives graphic designer and illustrator Kate Moross, jewellery designers Kate Hillier, Maria Francesca Pepe, Bex Rox and fashion designer Holly Fulton.
‘I am delighted that Whistles is supporting Trekstock; the charity’s approach is refreshing and heartfelt and they are able to introduce and share a sensitive subject, cancer in young people, in a way that is accessible and sensitive to their audience. The pieces are beautifully designed and I hope we can help raise awareness and donations a result of this collaboration’. Jane Shepherdson, Whistles CEO All proceeds will be donated to the super worthy Trekstock charity to aid their vital research into cancers that affect young people. Shop the entire collection here. Whistles: collaborations. Upload thisiswhistles Loading...
Working... ► Play all. Whistles Launch First Unisex Collaboration. After successfully adding a menswear range to their artillery for autumn/winter 2014, Whistles have revealed their first offering to please both sides of the fence.
Teaming up with niche Scandi rainwear brand Stutterheim (fans include Kanye West and the ELLE fashion team) the result is two sleek yet simple raincoat designs. Buy the navy with orange and white stripes for yourself, and the grey with white and black stripes for your boyfriend to craftily acquire both. We’re all familiar with Whistles' dreamy, directional collections, but for those who don’t frequent the menswear section (or venture to Stockholm) too often, Stutterheim is a Swedish rainwear brand, founded in 2010 by Alexander Stutterheim. Inspired by his fisherman grandfather, the coats are simple, timeless and, oddly, sexy.
Our responsibility. WHISTLES. Jane Shepherdson. Chief Executive at Whistles, Jane Shepherdson is the figurehead of our brand. Originally from Bristol, she studied in London and worked as Brand Director at Topshop. With an uncanny ability to know what women want to wear, she has been working her magic at Whistles since 2008. Here, we find out a bit more about her world. Can you describe what you do at Whistles? The most important part of my role is to establish the direction, the aesthetic, and what the brand stands for. What would you say the Whistles aesthetic is, then? Is that quite a modern way of dressing? They’re pieces women can slot into their wardrobe… Yes, that’s important – but we also want to provide solutions. Have you seen women wearing Whistles on the street? Is it inspiring when you see real women wearing it? How else do you keep up with what women want out of their clothes?