“Whats Poppington”- Naomi Campbell Luxes to be a lady

Naomi Campbell models like no other I tell yah! She slays for her shoot with W Magazine for their July isssue! She wears designers Prada,Etro,Fendi and Louis Vuitton! Shot by Emma Summerton and styled by Giovanna Battaglia I dont what got over me, but for some reason I own this magazine, but never posted on the blog, well here it is, I hope im not tooo late 🙁 Lady Campbell herself showed us the way to go retro, and boy did she do it right.

Whats Poppington: Louis Vuitton takes ‘Fetish’ to another level

Louis Vuitton – Paris Fall 2011 / Winter 2012 Louis Vuitton fall 2011 fashion show was based on fetish idea that came from a conversation with LVMH’s Bernard Arnault about women’s “inexplicable” obsession with bags, Jacobs explained. On the final day of Paris Fashion Week, Louis Vuitton show opened with fetish-inspired collection as the models stepped out of three elevators onto the catwalk. Creative director Marc Jacobs send models including Freja, Shu Pei and Kinga strutting the stuff on runway donning handcuffs, pantless outfits, leather pieces, lace and lovely sheer and masks placed on chauffeur hats.

It was a ‘Disciplined’ show that presented bell boys, elevators, french maids and supermodels on the runway. Making Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 Show all the more extravagant were supermodels Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell and Carolyn Murphy who catwalked on runway and grabbed attention. It was a terrific show that saw a battalion of French maids wielding enormous feather dusters greeting the designer’s guests. Models stepped on runway donning Louis Vuitton Fall 2011 dresses cut from an incredible range of fabrics teamed with bags in variety of designs and material like gold, python, harlequin-cut shearling and embroidered monogram rubber.

The reinterpreted 1958 top-handle Lockit bag cuffed to the models’ wrists with diamond handcuffs, was interesting. Looks like police-hatted, silk-stockinged, jodhpured style; menswear inspired tweed coats and jackets reshaped into hourglasses, printed ’40s-style dresses, skirt-and-sweater combos with rectangular paillettes, sleek sweaters, clipped Mongolian lamb pieces, white-collared dresses were chic.

Whats Poppington: Smurfette in Designer Lables

When I was young watching the smurfs was one of the highlights of my day, and for some reason I always anticipated seeing Smurfette. Just now after all these years, and well into my adult life I’ve figured out the reason why Smurfette and I had such a connection. It’s because she’s highly fashionable and such a designer lable diva. 
Beret, $685, gloves, $400, fur bag, $4,695, socks, and shoes, $895, Marc Jacobs. 212-343-1490.
Hat, $1,720, gloves, $790, cuff, $1,495, necklace, $1,485, and shoes, $1,345, Lanvin. 646-439-0380.
Bag, $995, hat, $425, earrings, $225, cuff, $225, and pumps, $575, Dolce & Gabbana. 877-70-DGUSA. Socks, stylist’s own.
Hat, $1,230, bag, by special order, and boots, $940, Louis Vuitton. 866-VUITTON. Still photography: Jeffrey Westbrook. Special thanks to Sony Pictures Animation.

And for a sneak peek of the upcoming Smurfs movie, check out the Bazaar Report.

Read more: Smurfs Wearing Designer Accessories – Fall Accessories on Smurfs – Harper’s BAZAAR

All Sources and Pictures from Bazaar

Whats Poppington:Beyonce’s W Magazine shoot

Louis Vuitton’s silk top, cashmere shorts, hat, and mask; Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci’s silk satin bra. Lorraine Schwartz’s earrings, David Yurman’s ring

Marc Jacobs’s cotton and silk lace blouse; Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci’s silk satin bra; Louis Vuitton’s leather and fur shorts. Marc Jacobs beret; David Yurman’s silver, black rhodium, and diamond earrings; de Grisogono’s 18k white gold and diamond cuff; Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci shoes

Dolce & Gabbana’s dress with sequins and paillettes. Philip Treacy beret, Munnu/The Gem Palace’s 18k gold, silver, emerald, and diamond earrings

Gucci’s silk shrug; Nina Ricci’s silk satin bra and briefs. Louis Vuitton hat, mask, and boots; Solange Azagury-Partridge’s 18k white gold and emerald necklace

Marc Jacobs’s silk organza top; Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci’s silk satin bra; Atsuko Kudo’s latex briefs. Prabal Gurung gloves; Marc Jacobs headband; Ofira’s 18k black gold, sapphire, and diamond earrings; Louis Vuitton belt, socks, and shoes; Wolford hosiery

Louis Vuitton’s cashmere jacket, cotton denim shorts, hat, mask, gloves, socks, and shoes

Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci’s angora sweater, crinoline and wool skirt, cap, and shoes. Lorraine Schwartz’s 18k white gold and emerald earrings, David Yurman’s 18k yellow gold and diamond ring

Givenchy by Riccardo Tisci’s silk satin bra and skirt, mink glasses, and necklace

Whats Poppington: Francois Cadiere for Louis Vuitton


I’m always a big huge supporter of Artist, or photographers collaborating with major designers, the latest: Louis Vuitton. We all know, or some of us, Lous Vuitton is known for their great craftsmanship work on their leather goods, and monogrammed logo LV. The brand’s items like leather goods and leopard print scarves in particular have iconic meaning as the design house’s trademarks. In order to continue with such recognition the brand decided to invite an artist who could follow the creative stipulation of Louis Vuitton and introduce a successive change for the silk scarves collection. As a result Belgian artist, Francois Cadiere was chosen. Cadiere is recognized for his surrealistic photography and handmade collages with sophisticated hints. He designed the unique collection of silk printed scarves for the fall 2011 season aiming ‘to set off an inner voyage’ through the illustration’s source.


The collaboration leads into the synergy of Vuitton’s signature and Cadiere’s fantastic eye for collages. Continuing the LV tradition of inspiration, the artistic source of the collection are all taking from the Berlin’s influences. The most iconic designs of LV are presented in a group or series of Cadieres’s Uber fantastic illustrations called “Edun”. They resemble street culture and art posters that present the way of wearing the scarves. The idea was born from Louis Vuitton calling upon the expertise of Liberty department store. The future costumers would feel encouraged with creativity and explore numerous ways how to transform the scarf into belt, rolled headpiece or bow.