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Sophie Falkiner
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Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
David Jones Autumn Winter Launch With Miranda Kerr At David Jones Sydney

Miranda Kerr was back to promoting fashion again today, returning to David Jones, Sydney, as part of the latest David Jones Autumn Winter launch – promo.

The fashion celebs were in full force as Kerr was joined by dozens of Australian fashion elite, many international icons.

In front of a crowd of hundreds, fashion and entertainment industry elite including Dannii Minogue, Delta Goodrem, Kerri-Anne Kennerley, Megan Gale, Alex Dimitriades and Miranda Kerr did the red (actually black) carpet and mingled with press.

Miranda wrapt up the marvellous show in a fashion forward black embellished Collette Dinnigan mini dress.

Lots of brands were promoted including Josh Goot suits, Bassike, Lisa Ho, along with Little Joe and Camilla and Marc.

The 1970s look to have made a bit of a comeback again with designs from Romance was Born, Zimmermann, Bianca Spender, and Thurley and Minogue’s Project D line which had a strong disco-esque edge as did Scanlan & Theodore.

Camilla showed off her 70s collection – Moroccan-inspired kaftans and metallic headwear.

Napoleon Perdis was onto the 70’s also. One look was inspired from the 70s cult film The Eyes of Laura Mars, and an insider whispered that was in fact where it was born.

George Gross and Harry Who showed off refined feminine clothing modelled on the 1950s.

Dinnigan and Alex Perry went for modern black themes.

Jack London went with coloured tailored suits.

Calibre and Brent Wilson The Basics ran with something a dash more conservative.

Kerr was only one of the top models present. Samantha Harris, Alexandra Agoston, Louise Van Der Vorst and Australia’s Next Top Model champs Alice Burdeau and Montana Cox were also there, ensuring the event was media darling fodder.

Perth was represented by models, Tiah Eckhardt-Delaney and Sarah Pauley, who also snatched strong media coverage.

You should have seen the fab and refurbished ‘On Seven at David Jones’ area.

The launch we were told was a "Salon style" super show with New York supper club themes. Lucky guests were seated at modest sized tables while the models strutted their stuff, darting and weaving through the guest area.

Retail giant David Jones streamed the event live over the internet for its virgin time via its official Facebook page.

Well done to DJ’s, models and everyone involved in the fab event. We look forward to seeing you at the next as Australia’s fashion wars continue to heat up.

Websites

David Jones
www.davidjones.com.au

Miranda Kerr
www.mirandakerr.net

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Music News Australia
www.musicnewsaustralia.com

Kate Bosworth
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Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Myer and SKII are excited to welcome the face of SKII, American beauty Kate Bosworth, to Myer Sydney City for an in-store appearance this week.

Kate’s exclusive appearance at Myer Sydney City will be held on Friday 12th October at 1:00 pm on level 1.

Kate Bosworth will be interviewed on stage by style and pop culture commentator, Melissa Hoyer, on her support of the luxurious brand, SKII, her favourite products, busy lifestyle and the lessons she’s learned about skin care and cosmetics!

News Update…

Kate Bosworth has been announced as the newest ambassador for luxury and not so cheap skincare brand SK-II.

The 29-year-old actress joins the brand’s current global ambassador, Aussie actor Cate Blanchett, as a face of P&G’s high end brand.

"I have been using the SK-II line for 10 years now and the benefits and the joys of that keep increasing," says Blanchett. "I didn’t know what crystal clear skin was until I started using SK-II. Now I can’t live without it."

Bosworth has previously modelled for fashion label Clavin Klein. Her clear skin and natural look makes her a good choice for her latest pitching role.

Bosworth tweeted throughout her first shoot for SK-II…. "First day of our SKI-II shoot! The star received VERY special treatment… ;)," Bosworth posted about the product she’s pitching.

"Bobby pins coming out in shower this morning though I showered after SK-II shoot last night."

On the shoot Bosworth tweeted: "A huge thank you my nearest and dearest for a wonderful 2nd shoot day complete for SK-II."

That’s the celeb product plugging news update for now customers!

About Kate Bosworth…

Catherine Ann "Kate" Bosworth is an American actress. Bosworth starred in the television series Young Americans, in which she played Bella Banks. She became known with a leading role in 2002’s Blue Crush. The following year, Bosworth played the teenage girlfriend of porn star John Holmes in Wonderland opposite Val Kilmer. In 2004, she portrayed Sandra Dee in Kevin Spacey’s Beyond the Sea. Bosworth since appeared in several notable films, including Superman Returns (2006), where she played Lois Lane, and 2008’s blackjack drama film 21. In 2008, she became both Calvin Klein Jeans newest model and spokeswoman for Coach newest luxury bags.

Websites

Myer
www.myer.com.au

SK-II
www.sk-ii.com

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotography

Phillip Corne, Cate Blanchett,Yves Carcelle, Jean-Baptiste Debains
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Image by Eva Rinaldi Celebrity and Live Music Photographer
Louis Vuitton Opens New Sydney Store; New Bags, Kangaroo Creative and Top Brass, by Eva Rinaldi

Today luxury brand Louis Vuitton opened a new store (Louis Vuitton George Street Maison) in Sydney, Australia.

We’ve been tipped that Gucci is also planning to open a megastore in Sydney’s CBD. This follows a trend of high end fashion labels looking to hold parties in ‘Sin City’ Sydney including Mulberry, and you have Chanel and Prada tipped to soon open new luxury stores.

Apparently some Sydneysiders still have some loose change to spend on luxury goods (or at least that’s what the band bean-counters and marketers are banking on).

The Louis Vuitton George Street Maison, understood to have cost in the region of million, will deliver three-storeys of men’s and women’s fashion, plus "personalised services".

The iconic French fashion brand enjoyed its VIP opening in Sydney and of course there’s a couple of celebs to be spotted, with Australian actress Cate Blanchett (carbon campaigning to fashion is quite diverse) getting a bit of media rub off from the event today. It’s also strongly rumoured that there will be a party at the premises tonight. No, Angelina Jolie, who has associated with the brand, will not be there, but some Aussie celebrities sure will be. Company CEO Yves Carcelle was at today’s launch and is expected to also show tonight.

Louis Vuitton Oceania CEO Philip Corne advised the new development had been a long time coming for the brand, which now has 10 stores across the nation.

"We wouldn’t commit to the investment until we found the right space that allowed us to present the brand as we should," he said.

Not to be upstaged (too much) this coming Wednesday Gucci will also celebrate its latest store opening at Westfield Sydney, the city’s mega retail development in the Pitt St Mall, which also houses the luxury labels Mulberry, Christian Louboutin, Bottega Veneta and a Chanel boutique, while its Castlereagh St show-piece undergoes a million refurbishment.

Corne understands that his brand is high end luxury and not for everyone: "People have worked hard and are rewarding themselves."

As Time magazine once said, it was the French who "practically invented the notion of luxury in the 17th century, and in the 18th century, when Marie Antoinette took up residence in Versailles, and added her own twist to the genre". After conducting a survey on global luxury, the magazine concluded Europeans regard "luxury as a means of expressing their individuality and style while placing high authenticity and pedigree".

In Sydney apparently there is a group of cashed up consumers who don’t mind spending up on luxury goods.

A big congratulations to top brass Yves Carcelle, Philip Corne, Jean-Baptiste Debains and their team for putting on a great launch today.

Louis Vuitton cool and hip tips: we understand that the company sometimes creates very limited amounts of personalised goods. How about a guitar case for Rolling Stones guitarist Keith Richards, a surfboard and surfboard cover (what pro would actually use that) and even a skate-board and cover (good luck with Maroubra Beach Skatepark local boys). When LV talks "personalised services" and "personalised products", they aren’t kidding.

Websites

Louis Vuitton
www.louisvuitton.com

Louis Vuitton (Australia)
www.louisvuitton.com.a

Eva Rinaldi Photography Flickr
www.flickr.com/evarinaldiphotograph

Eva Rinaldi Photography
www.evarinaldi.com

Splash News
www.splashnews.com

Media Man News
www.mediamannews.com

Music News Australia
www.musicnewsaustralia.com

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