Nothing like catching up with your besties, especially when you all live in different countries. So when Candice Swanepoel and I were in town for New York Fashion Week recently, we dropped by Joan Smalls’ place to cook a meal (or let Joan do the cooking!) and catch up. We all grew up as ‘farm girls’ in different corners of the world – South Africa, Puerto Rico and the Netherlands – and I think that’s why we have a special connection, to each other and to the earth.
Candice Swanepoel did a shooting for Vogue Japan with Joan Smalls, Doutzen Kroes, Adriana Lima, Sui He and Edita Vilkeviciute.
Make-up: Nicolla Ivanov Make-up and Georgi Sandev.
Photographer: Luigi Murenu.
Vogue posted on YouTube a new video with Candice Swanepoel. In the first minutes we see her in her hotel room chatting to the Vogue crew and getting her makeup done, her way to the Etro fashion show location and also a candid personal moment between Candice and her eldest son, Anaca.
She reveals during the video that she will return for two videos to New York after her last event in Milan.
Watch the full video:
Candice Swanepoel attended today in Milan the Green Carpet Fashion Awards wearing a custom dress by Philosophy di Lorenzo Serafini.
Animale Brasil published a new video on their YouTube channel titled “Animale presents Candice Swanepoel on Surreal.”
From natural charms to cultural references, everything is matter. Surrealism, multicoloured figures, the unique traits of artists, as well as the irreverent fashion of Spain, perpetuate the encounter between fashion and art. The term modarte forms the textures, colors and lines in hand painted pieces and graphic prints on blocks of color. Among the works and references, the prints bring mood artsy as a starting point.