Our oceans are loyal friends. They make our beach days bright and send us sailing around the world—and now, it’s time do show them a little love. G-Star Raw has partnered with Bionic Yarn and Parley for the Oceans to create a groundbreaking collection of bomber jackets, denim, and streetwear, all curated by Pharrell Williams. The twist? It’s made with plastic bottles that might have otherwise gone into the deep blue sea. Here’s how we save the world, one pair of jeans at a time.
Summer’s here and it’s finally resort season! This means it’s time to get some color and patterns to your wardrobe. Influenced by classic women’s French wear, Kenzo’s Resort 2015 Collection is everything you hoped for. With modern takes on traditional garments, Kenzo has exaggerated and enhanced cross pleats, sailor pants and jackets, giving your signature styles a whole new — and bold — meaning.
For more information and to take a look at the collection, visit kenzo.com.
A Catholic schoolgirl. A Texas native. It sounds like a predictable story—until you realize there’s nothing predictable at all about Amber Heard. As our former Vs. cover girl celebrates her birthday today, we’re taking a look back at her impressive career, from her early days on the set of Friday Night Lights to her captivating performance in The Rum Diary. She’s at home in the pages of a fashion magazine as she is on screen…and it’s a good thing, too, because we can’t wait to see what she does next.
1. Ellen von Unwerth for Vs.2. Drive Angry
3. The Rum Diary4. Ellen von Unwerth for Vs.
Amber Heard was originally published on VS Magazine
Tribeca came and went, and we’re already thinking about that other industry giant: the Cannes Film Festival. Come May, the shores of the Mediterranean will be packed with sunbathers and starlets, hopefuls and icons—all of them thirsty for a taste of cinematic magic. As we get ready for a whirlwind of premieres, flashing cameras, and red carpets, we look back on the festival’s sixty-seven years. Take your seats, ladies and gentlemen—we hope you enjoy the show.
Brigitte Bardot & Kirk Douglas, 1953
Annette Vadim & Mirette Stroyberg, 1959
Ed & Sylvia Sullivan, 1965
Jane Birkin & Serge Gainsbourg, 1969
Natalie Wood, 1962
Images courtesy of Time Magazine
Cannes Film Festival was originally published on VS Magazine
In fashion, we often celebrate women for the way they look. They become our celebrities, our models, our style icons—some for just one season; others, for a lifetime. But when we limit our conversations to wardrobes and faces, we forget the most important women of all—the true power players who shape the way we think about fashion. Today, we will not be honoring the latest street style darling or It Girl, but rather the fearless women who make it all happen. Cheers, ladies.
Iris Apfel / Interior Designer & Entrepreneur
Natalie Massenet / Founder, Net-a-Porter
Phoebe Philo / Creative Director, Céline
Cathy Horyn / Journalist & Fashion Critic
Vivienne Westwood / Designer & Queen of Punk
Power Players was originally published on VS Magazine
SHOWcabinet: Daphne Guinness