French beauty Julia Restoin Roitfeld and her adorable daughter, Romy Konjic, are charming in the latest campaign for Dior. Photographed by Pamela Hanson in Julia’s own home, Romy models the Baby Dior Spring/Summer 2016 Collection to perfection.
One of the cutest shots, shown above, features Romy in the bathroom helping to apply her mother’s eye makeup; you may remember her grandmother, Carine, sharing a similar recollection of her own mother, Nicola: "I think I was eight or nine years old. My mother was preparing to go out and she wanted me to help her put her eyeliner on. I remember very carefully putting on her designer eyeliner for her — it is such a strong memory… It was the mid 1960s, and she was wearing a Pucci dress, and I was helping her put on her black eyeliner in a straight line. To be symmetrical can be difficult, so she asked me to do it." I love to see the Roitfeld dynasty continue in this way, brava!
Julia Restoin Roitfeld and Romy Konjic Baby Dior S/S 2016 photos courtesy of dior.com.
Harper's Bazaar Kazakhstan May 2016
Model: Julia Restoin Roitfeld
Fashion Editor/Stylist: DaVian Lain
Editor: Carine Utegenova
Julia Restoin Roitfeld Harper's Bazaar Kazakhstan May 2016 courtesy of harpersbazaar.kz
The 23rd amfAR Cinema Against Aids Gala raised over $25 million dollars with the highlight being the auction of 31 looks curated by Carine Roitfeld in the spirit of the disco era. The star studded event at the Hôtel du Cap-Eden-Roc in Antibes featured Uma Thurman as mistress of events in Schiaparelli; Leonardo DiCaprio as auctioneer, offering bidders a chance to spend a week at his place; and Katy Perry, The Village People, Sister Sledge, and The Bluebell Girls performed live for guests. Among those were amfAR Chairman Kenneth Cole, amfAR Ambassador Milla Jovovich, Harvey Weinstein, Dame Helen Mirren, and Faye Dunaway. Carine chose a très sexy black dress by Alexandre Vauthier for herself for the evening.
Carine Roitfeld Cinema Against Aids Gala photos (c) 2016 WireImage, CR Fashion Book, Buckner/Variety/REX/Shutterstock.
In her own words, Carine Roitfeld describes her vision for the eighth issue of CR Fashion Book, which takes as its theme “Made In America”:
"In the '80s, fashion created a fantasy around the American girl—athletic, toned, smiling, happy, gracious, and perfect. For me, no model was more iconic than Christie Brinkley—with her white teeth and blonde hair—and her image was so compelling that it set a new beauty standard. Now, suddenly, in 2016, we see the comeback of the American model, and I find myself so excited by the new generation of stars. From young icon Gigi Hadid and new muse Staz Lindes to fresh face Bentley Mescall and intense beauty Kayla Scott, a class of U.S.A.-born girls is seducing fashion with striking yet uncomplicated looks…
Each of them brings something very special to fashion: Gigi with her beauty and personality; Staz with her bohemian spirit and talent as an actress and musician; Kayla with her fierce, confident attitude, and Bentley with her innocence… Social media has changed the way girls become discovered and build on their success, but the DNA of the American supermodel hasn’t changed at all: she is still healthy, smart, hard-working, independent and always arrives with a smile… Our readers love fashion and follow models as closely as we do. Of course Lady Gaga, Beyoncé, and Kim Kardashian have created huge buzz for us in the past, but I always like to balance the celebrity covers with model covers that speak to the dedicated lovers of fashion — such as myself…
My dream for this issue was to play with pop cultural ideas of the American woman to create something brand-new: a 21st century vision of Baywatch-era Pamela Anderson on Camila Morrone, a contemporary Miss U.S.A. on Olympic Gold Medalist Sanya Richards-Ross, and a modern expression of native beauty on Alice Metza. I chose as muses some of the most inspiring American 'girls' of all time, who fascinated the world (and continue to do so) with not only their beauty and style but their wit, grit, courage, and intellect. From Sacagawea, who helped open a path to the American West, to Emily Dickinson, who rewrote the conventions of poetry, to Jackie O, who served as a global symbol of endurance and grace. There's something about these women that is unshakably inspiring. I hope you think so too."
Mademoiselle C chose to grace the “Made in America” covers with Gigi Hadid photographed by Sebastien Faena, Staz Lindes by Bjorn Iooss, Bentley Mescall by Felix Cooper, and Kayla Scott by Rory van Millingen. Which of the four covers is your favorite?
CR Fashion Book images courtesy of crfashionbook.com.