The Duchess of Cambridge attended the SportsAid Annual Dinner in London earlier this week. For the event she chose the Temperley London Templeton Dress from the brand’s Autumn Winter 2012 collection paired with a red clutch bag and black Jimmy Choo Cosmic Suede Pumps. Continue reading to view additional images of her look.
Terry Richardson captured models Querelle Janses and Jonas Kessler for the Fall 2012 Jimmy Choo ad campaign. Featuring styling from Camilla Nickerson the ads were shot in the back of a vintage Rolls Royce and evoke a glamorous hippie chic vibe inspired by the 1960s.
Add a bit of glamorous-grunge edge to any of your seasonal ensembles with this leather biker bag from Jimmy Choo. The piece features an adjustable strap with quilted shoulder rest, multi-chain embellishments, designer plaque, designer-stamped charms, silver hardware, zip-fastening compartment, internal zip-fastening pocket and is fully lined in sand suede. Visit Net-a-porter.com to purchase.
Photographer Nan Goldin has made a move away from documentary style work in a new collaboration with Jimmy Choo. Known for her natural images of the downtown New York scene in the 70s and 80s, Goldin brings her raw edge to the campaign for the luxury shoe house’s capsule collection ICONS, which will see a limited edition release of famous styles.
Carrie Bradshaw adored them; Beyoncé sang about them; princesses wear them. From the first time a pair of Jimmy Choo shoes graced the red carpet, the brand has been favored by Hollywood stars, British royalty, and the world’s most fashionable women—as well as highly coveted by millions around the world. Founded in 1996 by Tamara Mellon, Jimmy Choo is known for its glamorous, creative, and whimsical designs that have inspired legions of fans worldwide.
Since launching the company, Mellon has been a creative and business visionary, turning out fashion and cultural icons regularly seen on loyal fans such as Reese Witherspoon, Madonna, Halle Berry, and countless other stars. Through red-carpet fashion photography and behind-the-scenes imagery from the company archives, this book gives an inside look at Mellon and the company’s creative inspirations, as well as showcasing the brilliant, colorful, and memorable creations that have already become fashion classics. Visit Amazon.com to purchase ‘Jimmy Choo’ now.
Last night Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon hosted the launch of Project Pep, a new line of accessories and shoes from Jimmy Choo that will support rape victims in South Africa. A quarter of the lines profits will go to a center in Cape Town that supplies anti- retroviral drugs to stop the spread of HIV. The party, held at Selfridges, was attended by Jameela Jamil, Guy Richie, Martine McCutcheon, Tamara Beckwith, and more. Continue reading for additional photos.