Miles, Akin, Clement Chabernaud, and Markel take to the streets of New York City in DKNY’s Fall 2017 campaign. The guys showcase the versatility of the latest collection wearing athleisure looks that seamlessly transition from shooting hoops at a local basketball court to strumming guitar on a bustling Manhattan street corner.
Captured by Sebastian Faena, DKNY’s new campaign highlights the chaos of NYC and tendency for its inhabitants to always expect the unexpected. Armed with an almost exclusively greyscale attire, the official uniform of all New Yorkers, our guys are #ONLYINDKNY.
Amber Valletta, Karlie Kloss, Carolyn Murphy and siblings Taylor and Chase Hill get nostalgic for Vogue’s September issue. The band of heavy hitters travel back to their hometowns for a touching editorial and reflect on those small-town values that continue to serve them in their larger-than-life careers.
Styled by Camilla Nickerson, a vibrantly printed Gucci dress on Kloss and a select, multi-textured Prada coat on Murphy live harmoniously against quintessential backdrops of the models’ home grounds. Photographer Zoe Ghertner captures genuinely intimate moments, many of which include the model’s family members in tow, and the sentiments are flowing.
Carolyn Murphy has been low-maintenance chic way before it became cool. The woman who embodies what comes to mind whenever the word “supermodel” is uttered graces the September cover of InStyle to reminisce on her heyday, but more importantly, look forward.
Exuding the heart of small town America, Carolyn’s spread makes tending to the farm and relaxing with a Budweiser look high fashion in a way only she can. Utility jumpsuits, shearling wool and sturdy, farmer’s denim paint the story of a teen from the Florida Panhandle who suddenly found herself rubbing shoulders with household names while simultaneously building one of her own.