Anyone arguing that Kaia Gerber isn’t her model mom Cindy Crawford ’s “mini-me,” should see their high school photos. Crawford on the right) and their resemblance is flat-out undeniable. “School pics, now and then,” Crawford write on the Tuesday post with more than 200,000 likes.
Solange is doing it in her Calvins this holiday season. The iconic singer has been unveiled as the star of the new Calvin Klein underwear and jeans campaign, alongside a cast of fellow musicians that she personally curated herself. The lineup includes US artists Kelela and Caroline Polachek, British ‘Blood Orange' singer Dev Hynes, and British singer Adam Bainbridge of Kindness.
Jake Gyllenhaal, the new face of Calvin Klein Eternity fragrances, reflects on his earliest scent memories, being an honest storyteller, and championing equality in Hollywood and beyond.
A new video depicting the president referring to his wife as if she weren't standing right beside him is giving new life to internet rumors about their marriage.
Melania Trump wore a Calvin Klein power suit while accompanying the president to the General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City.
Calvin Klein’s Fall 2017 has hit stores, and it offers a few items we don’t quite understand — primarily, the Varsity Sleeve Stocking Top.
Yahoo Style rounded up seven chic weekender bags that you can take with you to all of your travels this holiday weekend and beyond.
The latest campaign is a bit of a head scratcher. Interestingly, the traditionally winter-centric brand decided to shoot their ads in the heart of sunny California, and features MacLachlan, Gordon, and others clad in their new ’70s retro-style fall apparel.
In the world of underwear advertising, a lot of hard work goes into selling the intimate apparel’s appeal. Some of the most provocative campaign images of all time have been for underwear. And it certainly helps to have some of the most influential, talented, and attractive celebrities wearing these fine cuts of high-quality materials. We’re not saying you should go pantless tomorrow … but these iconic underwear ads are a pretty good indicator that it may be time to upgrade what’s in your underwear drawer. ...
If you’ve been following Yahoo Style‘s Denim Week coverage, we’ve already brought you the best brands out there, as well as the craziest jean styles to know this summer. Now, we will be taking a look back at the best denim ad campaigns of all time. Ever since the inception of blue jeans by Levi Strauss in 1873, styles have run the gamut from bootcut to skinny and straight-leg to boyfriend.
Hollywood stars usually break out glamorous floor-length gowns for awards ceremonies, and the 89th Annual Academy Awards has been no exception. Stunning bejeweled frocks and head-turning chiffon creations have been spotted on the red carpet thus far. The Moonlight actress wore a white Calvin Klein By Appointment look, which was designed by the label’s new chief creative officer, Raf Simons.
See our favorites and many others, from baroque-style platform heels to cherry-and-checkered cowboy boots to heels detailed with colorful foam (yes, really).
Old-school Kate Moss is back, on an $85 T-shirt raising funds for amfAR. She was the epitome of “heroin chic” back in the 1990s.
After months of speculation, it was announced today that the designer Raf Simons is the new creative director at Calvin Klein. What will the talented European bring to an iconic American brand?
The scents of the season have been rapidly releasing, and Queen Bey herself just unveiled the latest one. Beyoncé, who is currently on her Formation World Tour, announced a new perfume today called Heat Seduction, with a sexy campaign photo befitting the sensual fragrance. Although her ninth perfume isn’t out in the U.S. until November, the singer’s announcement was enough to start a fragrance frenzy. Plus, it’s slated for a July launch in Europe, the Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland, and the U.K.
Alexander Wang leaving Balenciaga was just the beginning of the great migration: Shortly after, Raf Simons announced he would be leaving Dior and Hedi Slimane followed with his Saint Laurent departure. Simons and Slimane weren’t the only ones to follow suit.
Calvin Klein’s latest ad features a picture looking up the skirt of 23-year-old Danish actress Klara Kristin with the slogan: I flash in #mycalvins.
The Fashion Institute of Technology is home to some of the world’s most promising new design talent, and this is your chance to see it in action. Each school year culminates in the Future of Fashion Runway Show, featuring the designs of FIT’s young and talented graduating designers in the categories of knitwear, sportswear, intimate apparel, special occasion, and childrenswear.
The British actress and Goodwill ambassador donned a Calvin Klein ensemble, which included an off-the-shoulder monochrome top, trousers and a huge skirt, and made her sartorial prowess known. At first it wasn’t clear how her look tied in with this year’s theme - Manus x Machina: Fashion in an Age of Technology - but once we discovered how her outfit was made, it made perfect sense. Watson didn’t do a Claire Danes and lace her dress with lights that made the entire ensemble glow in the dark, instead she donned a trouser suit made entirely out of plastic bottles - because she’s all eco-friendly like that. Her black and white look was in fact the result of a collaboration between Calvin Klein and Livia Firth (actor Colin Firth’s wife), who’s an environmental activist and founder of Eco Age Ltd. A photo posted by Eco-Age (@ecoage) on May 2, 2016 at 4:31pm PDT The end result shows that it is entirely possible, with the technology available, to create high-end fashion out of recycled goods (seriously, who knew plastic bottles could look so chic?) - and suggests that more designers should consider following suit. “We loved working with the team at Calvin Klein to create a look that is truly a perfect marriage of ethics and aesthetics,” a rep for Eco Age said on Instagram of Watson’s Met Gala dress.
The show, which comes out Friday, Feb. 19, chronicles the unlikely attraction between opposites Mickey (Jacobs) and Gus (played by Paul Rust, who co-created the show with his wife, Lesley Arfin). When Jacobs, 33, met to discuss the show — executive produced by Judd Apatow — for the first time, she was drawn to “their desire to do a grounded, real look at a relationship and the missteps and obstacles getting in the way of the characters.” Mickey and Gus are drawn to each other even though they seem different on the surface: he is a slightly nerdy, very responsible tutor on a CW-style show about a family of witches, while she is a producer on a radio call-in advice show who struggles with sobriety and all-around impulsive behavior. Jacobs is known for the complicated women she’s portrayed — the not exactly grounded character Britta on Community or Mimi Rose, the overly earnest romantic rival on Girls — but Mickey is in a class of her own.