May 29, 2013 |
Could fashion photographers be the next big design collaborators to make a dent in the shopping scene? Peruvian lensman Mario Testino is launching the MATE collection exclusively at Net-a-porter.com on June 5, sampling his colorful images of traditional Peruvian textiles on cool kaftans, totes, clutches and scarves that fit perfectly with summer's beachy, boho vibe. The pieces feature abstract and enlarged sections of Testino's exhibition, “Alta Moda,” which opened April 18 at Avenido Pedro de Osma in Lima, Peru.
March 22, 2005 |
The man dubbed Mr. Happy Snappy by the press in his hometown of London was looking up the length of Rodeo Drive and it was making him, well, happy. Flapping from poles up and down the street were flags imprinted with photographs of some of fashion photographer Mario Testino's favorite things: pretty, pretty girls. There were Kate Moss and Cameron Diaz. Up the street a bit, Madonna. All gorgeous, fun and fab.
September 15, 2002 |
Britain's Prince Harry received an offbeat 18th birthday present --his own coat of arms--and celebrity photographer Mario Testino transformed the young redhead into a right royal sex symbol. Harry helped design his coat of arms and incorporated an emblem--a small red escallop--from his mother's family coat of arms. Testino, Princess Diana's favorite photographer, took birthday photos of the prince. Harry, who turns 18 today, has considerable charm with the ladies, Testino said.
January 19, 2005
Stage to page: Billy Crystal is bringing his one-man show to bookstores. "700 Sundays," based on the comedian's hit autobiographical one-man Broadway show about his family history, is scheduled for a November release by Warner Books. * Topher's not done yet: In recent interviews for his film "In Good Company," Topher Grace has been saying that his TV series "That '70s Show" was coming to an end. But Fox announced this week that the comedy will be back for an eighth season come fall.
January 10, 2006 |
The fifth annual Rodeo Drive Walk of Style Award will go to famed shoe designer Salvatore Ferragamo, known for fitting the feet of Hollywood stars. The ceremony will be held Oct. 8, when members of the Ferragamo family will accept the award on behalf of the designer, who died in 1960. Born in southern Italy, Ferragamo came to the United States in 1914 and began his career creating custom-made shoes for film studios.
January 21, 2014 |
The House of Schiaparelli is back. On Monday at the Paris Haute Couture shows, Marco Zanini debuted his first haute couture collection for the revived label that was founded by Elsa Schiaparelli, who died in 1973. [The Cut] Roberto Cavalli has released sketches of six costumes he designed for Miley Cyrus' "Bangerz World Tour. " [Fashionista] Photographer Mario Testino tells Vogue that his engagment photo of Britain's Prince William and Kate Middleton embracing caught them in a spontaneous moment after the formal shoot was over.