Elle MacPherson Recreates Her Iconic ‘90s Playboy Cover

Elle MacPherson took inspiration from her May, 1994 Playboy cover — which was itself inspired by a famous photo of Brigitte Bardot — for this new cover of Harper's Bazaar Australia. Spoiler alert: MacPherson still looks incredible. [StyleCaster]


Elle MacPherson Recreates Her Iconic ‘90s Playboy Cover

Julianne Moore is now the face of Reed Krakoff. [WWD]


Elle MacPherson Recreates Her Iconic ‘90s Playboy Cover

Chanel's new fall campaign features models Soo Joo Park, Chiharu Okunugi, and Ashleigh Good — doing needlepoint. [Fashin]


Elle MacPherson Recreates Her Iconic ‘90s Playboy Cover

And Miu Miu's fall ads feature Hind Sahli and Marina Nery, along with Katlin Aas, Emily DiDonato, Daphne Groeneveld, Georgia May Jagger, Adriana Lima, Anne Verhallen, and Lindsey Wixson. Like its big sister brand Prada, Miu Miu rarely includes models of color in its advertising, so to see Nery (who is Brazilian of mixed-race descent) and Sahli (who is Moroccan) in the campaign is a nice change. [WWD]


Elle MacPherson Recreates Her Iconic ‘90s Playboy Cover

Here is a pizza chef who made pizza portraits of Anna Wintour and Tom Ford. [Fashionista]


• Madonna's 25-year-old boyfriend, Brahim Zaibat, has a clothing line in France. Obviously. [Telegraph]

• A former Tiffany & Co. executive has been charged with stealing more than $1.2 million worth of jewelry while employed by the company. Ingrid Lederhaas-Okun faces up to 30 years in prison. She allegedly exploited a company loophole that allowed her to "check out" pieces of jewelry, without inventorying them (provided each item was worth less than $25,000), in order to show them to suppliers. The alleged theft was discovered after Lederhaas-Okun was laid off during a downsizing. [WWD]

• A trove of rare prints of Kate Moss by photographers including Mario Sorrenti, Annie Leibovitz, Bruce Weber, Mario Testino, Sam Taylor-Wood, and Irving Penn will be auctioned by Christie's. The collection is expected to fetch around £1 million. [Telegraph]

• Oscar de la Renta will attend the opening of an exhibition of his clothing at the Clinton library in Little Rock, Arkansas. The show covers his boyhood in the Dominican Republic and his fashion career in Spain and the U.S., and reflects his long friendship with Hillary Clinton. "I do hope that Hillary will be our next president. They are really extraordinary people," said the designer. [WWD]

• The T-shirt turns 100 this year, by some measures — except not really, because the T-shirts issued to sailors by the U.S. Navy after the Spanish-American War were themselves based on the slip-on, knitted crewneck undershirts miners and factory workers started wearing in the 19th Century, which were descended from the union suit. Anyway. Anniversaries are as slippery as the concept of originality in fashion itself, but the T-shirt is a useful garment we pretty much all appreciate. [Forbes]

• The southern department store chain Belk is replacing Lord & Taylor as the lead sponsor of Project Runway. [WWD]

• "We have girls as young as 12 as couture clients," says designer Alexis Mabille. "Buying couture is sometimes in-built within the culture of a family — the grandmother will introduce the mother to it, then she will pass the couture message down to her daughter. I was in a fitting recently and a mother bought a prom dress for her daughter there and then." Sigh. [Vogue UK]

• Former YSL C.E.O. Paul Deneve is returning to Apple, where he will oversee "special projects," rumored to include wearable tech items the company has in development. [WWD]

• "Eyewear embraces a sense of timeless taste. It gives the wearer an opportunity to look in the mirror and have a feeling of evolution, authenticity, and amazement. We view eyewear as sculptures that attract people who are ready for a strong relationship with themselves." — A Guy Who Makes Sunglasses That Cost $500. [Fashionista]

• Acne is adding stores in Asia and Europe, and hopes to surpass €100 million in revenue this year. [WWD]

• Urban Outfitters is opening an enormous, 3-story flagship in Herald Square, Manhattan. [WWD]