Fashion

10.25.13

Naomi Campbell Channels Michelle Obama For W Magazine; Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom Split

and the Victoria's Secret fashion show may be missing some familiar faces.

Naomi Campbell Channels Michelle Obama For W Magazine: Supermodel Naomi Campbell was photographed by Willy Vanderperre for W magazine's November issue for an editorial inspired by First Lady Michelle Obama's style. In the Ghana-based photoshoot, Campbell is portrayed as "a modern First Lady on a state trip, evoking the kind of timeless style that could have existed in the 1940s, '60s, or even today," stylist Edward Enniful said. Campbell wears Prada, Giorgio Armani, Nina Ricci, and Michael Kors, but looks pretty sexy for the White House, rocking a "lace bra-revealing Armani jacket." [The Huffington Post]

Miranda Kerr and Orlando Bloom Split Up: A representative for Orlando Bloom confirmed Friday that he and wife Miranda Kerr have been "amicably separated for the past few months." Bloom, 36, and Kerr, 30, have been together for six years -- they began dating in 2007, married in 2010, and had son Flynn, now two years old, in 2011. The couple was last seen together at the after party for the Broadway premiere of Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, in which Bloom plays Romeo. "Despite this being the end of their marriage," the statement said, "They love, support, and respect each other as both parents of their son and as family." [E! News]

The Victoria's Secret Fashion Show May Be Missing Some Familiar Faces: This year's Victoria's Secret runway may be missing some major models including Cara Delevingne, Jourdan Dunn, Erin Heatherton, and Anne Vyalitsyna, The New York Post reports. Victoria's Secret has confirmed, however, that other angel favorites have committed to the show, such as Karlie Kloss, Candice Swanepoel, Adriana Lima, Alessandra Ambrosio, and Doutzen Kroes [NY Post]

Kate Moss's Playboy Launch Party Will Take Place in London: Earlier this week, rumors were circulating that Kate Moss's launch party for her upcoming Playboy cover was scheduled to happen in Los Angeles, and had to be moved due to "visa issues." However, representatives for the model confirmed that these speculations are false, and that the party was always planned to be in London. "We do not know where this story has come from," a representative for Storm management said. "The position is that the Playboy launch has always been scheduled for London and London alone and is timed to coincide with a major fashion award that Kate is being honoured with." The sixtieth anniversary issue of the magazine hits newsstands in December. [Vogue UK]