She’s already a fan of the French fashion house and is often seen donning their wares for many of her red carpet appearances – remember the red peplum she wore to last year’s Oscars? Now it would seem Louis Vuitton are repaying Michelle Williams the favour by appointing her as the new face of their upcoming Autumn/Winter 2013 campaign.

In her first major role as a luxury label ambassador the 32-year-old looks like she’s taking it all in her pixie-crop stride. With ruby red lips and in demure black attire, the actress poses with a selection of the brand’s iconic leather handbags, captured by legendary German fashion photographer Peter Lindbergh.

Although Williams briefly undertook an endorsement deal for cult brand Band of Outsiders, who are most notably recognised for their Polaroid style campaigns, her recent partnering with the institution that is Louis Vuitton sees her make a further move up the A-list fashion ladder.

The Marc Jacobs-designed collection is given a further twist in this simple, contemporary campaign that should appeal to working mothers (like Williams) and hardened fashionistas alike. A world away from the borderline seedy catwalk show, the understated nature of the images bring laidback cool to a range that will undoubtedly be flying out the doors when the campaign hits in September.

For Williams, this could prove to be another pivotal move in her career, utilising her fresh-faced looks once again to get closer to the goal of global domination. As fans of the complex, charming actress, we heartily approve.



Versace. Versace’s 2011 collection for the Swedish fashion retailer referenced the label’s glamorous archive. Featuring a range of loud prints, bold colour and lots of studs, both the 40-piece womenswear line and 20-piece men’s line caused quite a stir and sold out instantly. Kanye West was seen wearing the line’s exotic bomber jacket way ahead of the launch!


Top Five: H&M Collaborations

Published on 14 April 2014

In light of yesterday’s news that Wang will be the latest designer to work with H&M, we count down their top five high end collaborations.

Supreme SS ’12. For Spring 2012, streetwear giants Supreme used Kate Moss as their poster girl, which also lead to a t-shirt being made featuring the image. Surprise surprise the t shirt sold out everywhere, proving that whatever she touches turns to gold.


Top Ten Kate Moss Campaigns

Published on 10 April 2014

With Kate’s  new line with Topshop due for release in May, we celebrate our love for the style icon with our top 10 Kate Moss advertising campaigns.