Kate Moss' little sister is following in the British supermodel's footsteps after signing on as a new face of Calvin Klein. Lottie Moss appears in new ads for the Calvin Klein Jeans x mytheresa.com The Re-Issue Project, a capsule collection of iconic denim pieces which will be sold exclusively online.
Photographer Michael Avedon captured the 16 year old in a series of eye-catching black-and-white images.
The new ads will debut on Wednesday (16Jul14).
Avedon, whose grandfather shot Calvin Klein's iconic campaign with Brooke Shields in the early 1980s, says, "Lottie truly represents the essence of the Calvin Klein girl - intriguing innocence with utter beauty. It was wonderful to photograph this beautiful young lady!"
Moss' big sister made her Calvin Klein debut with Mark Wahlberg in 1993.
Singer Lana Del Rey has scored her second number one album in the U.K. with Ultraviolence. The Young & Beautiful hitmaker's third studio record has beaten out Linkin Park's The Hunting Party for the top spot.
Rounding out the new top five is Sam Smith's In The Lonely Hour, Coldplay's Ghost Stories and Kasabian's 48:13.
Meanwhile, teenage X Factor star Ella Henderson lands a second week at the top of the pop charts with Ghost, while 5 Seconds Of Summer's Don't Stop lands at number two.
Ed Sheeran's Sing comes in at number three and George Ezra's Budapest and Sam Smith's Stay with Me round out the new top five.
One Direction are reportedly in talks to head back to the small screen to star in their own comedy TV show. The What Makes You Beautiful hitmakers first started as a band on talent show The X Factor U.K., and according to Britain's Daily Star Sunday newspaper, they are eyeing a return to television.
An insider tells the publication, "A new TV show is being discussed. At this stage, the pilot sees them living in Los Angeles by the beach. Comedy writers will be working on it, so that it really gives all the boys a chance to shine, and be a great advert for their new music. "The show will be peppered with guest cameos, too. The plan is for the boys to see a pilot in the spring. No series has been commissioned yet, and it is all very hush-hush."
The boyband is currently in the middle of the European leg of its stadium tour, and hit the stage at Radio 1's Big Weekend festival in Glasgow, Scotland on Saturday (24May14).
One Direction are filming a follow-up to their hit feature film documentary This Is Us, according to director Morgan Spurlock.
The What Makes You Beautiful hitmakers sparked rumours they are working on a sequel to their 2013 movie after they were spotted being followed by a film crew as they trekked up to the Machu Picchu landmark in Peru last month (Apr14).
Now Spurlock, who directed This Is Us, has confirmed the group will hit the big screen for a second time - and the boys have their eyes on picking up an Oscar for their next effort. He says, "Yes, there will be a follow-up to This Is Us. At this moment (producer) Ben Winston is with the band on their world tour filming what happens. He worked with me and is a great producer."
"I know Simon Cowell wants the band to get awards for this and was upset when they missed out on being nominated in the music category for an Oscar on our film. "I was surprised that they weren't even considered. This time he will want them to try again."
The group formed on Cowell's U.K. talent show The X Factor in 2010.
Pop stars One Direction have vowed to continue the rapid pace of their music career by releasing an album every year for the foreseeable future.
The group shot to fame on Britain's The X Factor in 2010, and they have gone to release a record every 12 months. The What Makes You Beautiful hitmakers will be recording their fourth album while they are on the road for their current world tour, and Liam Payne is adamant they can keep their promise by delivering records annually.
He tells Britain's The Sun on Sunday newspaper, "We want to release an album every year - year after year." The group will be working out of a mobile production studio built in a van. Payne adds, "It used to be an old MI5 (U.K. secret service) van. It's where they recorded people during interrogation."
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Here's something that many will consider a terrifying fact: teenagers are having sex. While most films dance around the issues or romanticizes it, there are a few that have boldly depicted the sexual lives of very young people. This year, Gia Coppola may be joining the other directors on our list, as her debut film Palo Alto (starring James Franco and Emma Roberts) is hitting theaters soon. Coppola's film, based on a short story by Franco himself, will follow a group of unsupervised kids who turn to drugs and casual sex for entertainment. And while we look forward to this unique spin on the subject, we have to give it up to a few folks who did it first. Here are five unforgettable movies about the sex lives of kids.
It Felt Like Love
In Eliza Hittman's feature directorial debut we meet Lila and Chiara, we meet two friends coming of age in Brooklyn, New York. The film follows both girls as they chart out different paths to their first sexual experiences. But the film is especially interested in the performative aspects of youth and sexual identity. Lila is as fascinating a character as she is heartbreaking, and her attempts to either be the woman she is growing into or the woman she thinks the young boys around her want (boys who are also performing their own identities) are often so authentic they're uncomfortable. The influence of Catherine Breillat's Fat Girl weighs heavy on the film, but Hittman's unique, contemporary sensibility peers through. Unlike some other films on this list, It Felt Like Love attempts to be more honest than cautionary, even if that honesty makes us squirm.
Johnathan Gurfinkel's intense Israeli drama centers on Gigli, the new girl looking to make a name for herself at school. A difficult film to endure at times, S#x Acts raises questions about sexual consent between teenagers. Gigli goes to greath lengths to gain popularity, and we watch as she pretends to be sexually uninhibited while often being taken advantage of or even raped on multiple occasions. Like many of these films, the focus is on these young people who seem to have little-to-no parental supervision. But the story gets even more interesting when parents get involved, either by choosing to do something, or choosing to look the other way.
If you took any course on feminism or film in college, here's hoping you got acquainted with Catherine Breillat. No stranger to controversial pieces (her debut feature, A Real Young Girl, was banned until 1999), Fat Girl stunned audiences with its stark depictions of young sexuality and violence. With a powerful final scene that intertwined both, Breillat's film certainly had its shocking moments. But some of the best scenes showed the conversations between two sisters (Anaïs and Elena), and offered up two very unique views on love and sex.
Anne Hathaway went from The Princess Diaries to this unbelievably indie tale (directed by Barbara Kopple) of super rich kids with nothing but time on their hands in the Pacific Palisades. Alongside Bijou Philips and Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Hathaway played Allison Lang, a bored high school student who heads to the hood to find trouble and a crowd more interesting than her own. Havoc is as much about race and class in America as it is about sex, but all of these issues collide in a powerful way as Allison learns that crossing invisible borders is much more complicated than it looks.
Written by Spring Breakers director Harmony Korine, there can be no discussion about kids having sex in the movies without Kids, the movie. Larry Clark's directorial debut took on sexuality, AIDS, drugs, and New York City in a film that introduced many of us to Chloë Sevigny and Rosario Dawson. Clark unflinchingly presents his subjects as young, free (to a fault), destructive, cruel, and beautiful. He captures the innocence of youth even as it's being corrupted by the curiousity of youth, and an overwhelming desire to be accepted.
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British pop star Michelle Heaton's son was released from hospital on Wednesday (09Apr14) after he was treated for meningitis. The former Liberty X singer and her husband Hugh Hanley were hit by a health scare over the weekend (05-06Apr14) when their son Aaron, who was born in February (14), fell ill.
The boy was admitted to a hospital and treated with antibiotics to fight viral meningitis, and Heaton is relieved to have her baby back home after four days.
She writes on Twitter.com, "Our beautiful baby boy Aaron Jay Hanley is home now and we couldn't be happier. It has been hell, I'm not going lie and only time will tell... if Aaron has been physically or mentally effected with having had viral meningitis... But the chances are slight so we just pray he will... be one of the lucky ones!
"We certainly are (lucky) to get our little man home. (Our daughter) Faith has been the best big sister ever, nursing him every day... now time for Lots of cuddles and family time... I love my family... More then (sic) words can say."
Peaches Geldof's sister Fifi Trixibelle has offered an emotional tribute to the socialite following her shock death on Monday (07Apr14). Bob Geldof's 25-year-old daughter was pronounced dead after police were called to her home in Kent, England. Her death has been described as "sudden and unexplained" but not suspicious.
As officials continue to investigate the cause of the tragedy, Geldof's devastated elder sister Fifi took to her account on Instagram.com on Tuesday (08Apr14) to post a childhood picture of the two alongside the touching message, "My beautiful baby sister... Gone but never forgotten. I love you, Peaches x"
Also on Tuesday, Bob Geldof's fellow Live Aid organiser Midge Ure recalled his shock at the tragic news and how, for him, it echoes the death of Peaches' mother Paula Yates, who passed away from an accidental drug overdose in 2000 at the age of 41.
He tells Sky News, "I think disbelief is the first sensation you get and when you check it on the Internet and television, I think the horror is just astounding. She was great, she was a bouncy, lovely child... (Paula Yates) was this 'earth mother' and that's exactly what Peaches has turned into.
"It's uncanny. The fact that Peaches posted that photograph of Paula and her together the day before it happened, and the fact that they embraced this whole motherhood thing so incredibly well after what had been maybe ropey (difficult) beginnings, they had completely found their niche in life. A tragedy to happen twice in slightly different circumstances is just beyond belief."
Peaches posted a picture of herself as a toddler in her mother's arms on her Instagram.com page just a day before she passed away.
A post mortem examination to establish the cause of death is expected to take place on Wednesday (09Apr14).
British pop star Michelle Heaton was thrown into a panic over the weekend (05-06Apr14) when her five-week-old son was admitted to hospital suffering from meningitis. The Liberty X star and her husband, Irish businessman Hugh Hanley, became parents for a second time in February (14) with the arrival of Aaron, a younger brother to the couple's two-year-old daughter Faith.
She took to her Twitter.com page to voice her concern after Aaron was hospitalised with viral meningitis on Saturday (05Apr14).
Heaton wrote in a series of posts on Sunday (06Apr14), "The last 24 hours has been the worst and scariest in my life... With everything I've been through mentally and physically nothing... I mean... nothing compares to that of when your baby is sick. Our beautiful baby boy has been very looked after in hospital after being diagnosed... with viral meningitis... And reflux disease just to top it off. He's fighting strong & taking the antibiotics well so far... But at only... 5 weeks old one can only imagine our... distress as parents. He's very sick and in pain with the reflux. The hospital are... amazing and he's well looked after... Hopefully we will be able to take our little man home soon... I'm sure we will."
She later thanked her fans, adding, "Thank you all for your messages of support. We have read them all, and it means allot (sic) .. So thank you."
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Kelly Rowland sits down with Hollywood.com and discusses style, music and being chosen by Caress as their 2014 Fabulista. Caress teams up with the former Destiny’s Child member, former X Factor judge and force of nature all her own to be the spokesperson for their fresh fine fragrance body wash and beauty bars. And Kelly is certainly a good choice - she’s always looking like a fresh beauty.
Check out our video interview where the beautiful songstress chats about music and style advice:
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Kelly’s loving working with Caress because of everything the campaign stands for. Kelly tells us the campaign is all about “daring to be different, and me inspiring women and other women inspiring me as well to enjoy everyday experiences in a fresh, new way.”
And Kelly certainly has some fresh, new experiences going on in her life right now. She recently got engaged to her manager Tim Witherspoon. Being engaged suits Kelly well - she simply glowed during our interview. She also debuts a sleek new bob haircut for our interview - personally, we think she’s one of the few who looks great with either long or short hair. Lucky girl.
Her beauty and style advice to all of us out there: “Change things up a bit. Shake it up. Change the workout, change the lip color.” Kelly is all about a pink lip for spring. “It’s all about taking a risk.”
Kelly’s currently working on her fifth solo album. We’re so obsessed with her solo hits, like “Commander,” and “Motivation” - which are regulars on our workout playlist rotation - and can’t wait to hear her new material. And if she’s taken any cue from BFF Beyoncé’s surprise album release, Kelly’s new album won’t be without shock value. Kelly tells us this upcoming album will be inspired by women, her life, and “the queens.” The women who have inspired Kelly more than anyone else musically, and who she sweetly refers to as her "queens," include Whitney Houston, Mariah Carey and Aretha Franklin.
Kelly is an inspiration all her own. She knows how to make songs that make us dance and always look fabulous while doing it. Her secret? She knows who she is, she’s confident with it, and she motivates other women to do the same. This woman is a true inspiration. Go to Facebook.com/Caress for prizes, giveaways and more fun behind the scenes footage of this fabulista. #CaressMe