Scouted at an Irish dancing competition when she was just 13, Coco Rocha’s modelling career has never lost momentum. Her big break came when, after a chance meeting with photographer Steven Meisel, she was picked for an editorial with Gemma Ward which landed her the cover of Vogue Italia in 2006.

Soon after Coco became a runway staple, walking for the likes of Marc Jacobs, Stella McCartney, Christian Lacroix and Emanuel Ungaro. In 2007 Coco Irish danced her way down Jean-Paul Gaultier’s catwalk leading fashion honchos to dub it ‘The Coco Moment’ and declare that a supermodel had arrived. 

Since her modelling career began Coco has starred in campaigns for Chanel, D&G, Dior, Lanvin, Versace and Zac Posen among countless others. But proving that she’s more that a pretty face and a killer pose Coco has also been awarded for her philanthropic work, making a documentary, ‘Letter to Haiti’ and launching a capsule collection in collaboration with Senhoa, an organisation dedicated to helping Cambodian survivors of human trafficking, to raise awareness on the matter.

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PUMA x MCQ

Published on 30 July 2014

We caught up with Andrew Rogers from McQ and Yassine Saidi at Puma, to talk about their exciting new collaboration.

Chanel: It wasn’t long ago we saw Chanel-clad models strutted down the super market aisles for Paris Fashion Week, and this time we see Cara Delevingne and Binx Walton take to the boxing ring in the new ad campaign. Karl Lagerfeld is known for his unusual location choices –a recent one was taking his cruise location to Dubai– so this one was to no surprise. Cara Delevingne, a regular with kick boxing sessions at NYC’s Gotham Gym, is a natural fit in this campaign shot by Karl Lagerfeld himself.

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Top 10 AW14 Campaigns

Published on 29 July 2014

When it comes to campaigns, the stakes are high. These are our top ten picks of those who got it right this season.