Kaia Gerber Is Now a Denim Model for Hudson Jeans, Gabby Douglas Is a Face of Nike’s Latest Collab and More …
August 19, 2017 - fall Denim
Another day, another vital ad debate for supermodel-in-training Kaia Gerber. The 15-year-old daughter of Cindy Crawford and Rande Gerber, who stars as a face of Marc Jacobs Beauty and recently seemed in a Chrome Hearts campaign, has nonetheless another partnership underneath her belt, as a face of Hudson Jeans’ latest launch. See Kaia’s new denim ad, along with some-more new celeb-focused campaigns, below.
Gerber stars in a brand’s Fall/Holiday 2017 debate alongside another famous immature face, Gabriel-Kane Day-Lewis, Daniel Day Lewis’ son.
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In other conform news, The Weeknd, who is PUMA’s artistic co-operator and tellurian Brand ambassador, announced that he’ll be launching his initial collection with a code on Aug 24th. The star pronounced of a collaboration, called Puma x XO, “We’ve been building a XO code for a prolonged time now. It’s left over product and a PUMA x XO collab is an prolongation of all we’ve been doing. For XO, partnering with a powerhouse like PUMA and carrying a ability to emanate a new cultured is an extraordinary opportunity.”
Gabby Douglas also has a new sneaker gig, starring with models Cindy Bruna and Bhumika Arora in a debate for Nike’s new Cortez sneaker partnership with A.L.C., that launches Aug 28th on Nike.com.
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In a matter for a collaboration, Douglas pronounced she defines her possess manners by “Not following a standards of multitude and following your loyal self/inner beauty. I’ve schooled to only do me. Don’t let anyone tell we that we can’t. Love yourself, go for it and welcome it.”
And final though not least, Victoria’s Secret indication Martha Hunt is a latest face of Marc Fisher, starring in a brand’s LTD Fall 2017 campaign.
What collaborations are we vehement to see? Sound off below.