Brief of The Day: Paz Vega for L’oreal Paris, Emma Watson for Lancome, Kate Moss for Dior, Keira Knightley for Chanel

There are several News that comment today to keep abreast of the latest developments within the World of fashion. We started with the official confirmation of the signing of Paz Vega as an image for L ’ L’Oreal Paris. The signing of beauty tab to one of the Spanish faces still looking for international popularity in the U.S. market.

Paz Vega says in the press release of L ’ L’Oreal Paris:

I am very happy to collaborate with L’ Oréal Paris. I think that all the women we feel better when we care and a brand such as L’ Oréal Paris puts the beauty of any woman.

After the confirmation on Monday of Lancome, signature of the casa de L ’ L’Oreal, Emma Watson as new image, my colleague Paloma echoed the first pictures of the filming of this new campaign. Today we continue with a new installment in which we see a new great look of Emma Watson under the orders of Mario Testino as a photographer in Paris.

Emma Watson was a successful fedora hat, a romantic air thanks to a pastel pink blazer and shorts by lace, along with a white blouse with a casual tie. To me I love her style and this look more.

As a confessed fan of Kate Moss in Jezebel we could miss the announcement that British model has led to Christian Dior Lipstick campaign ‘ The Iconic Lipstick ’. Who had retained. An ad that reflects a fictional day in the life of Kate Moss where the Dior lipstick are the key.

In addition, we see an image that Mario Testino made to Kate Moss whose title is ‘ Kate in Blue Café ‘. It is one of the photographs will be auctioned Wednesday 16 today in London alongside other snapshots of Marilyn Monroe and Courtney Love that you see in Vogue. The auction will be held at the Bonhams and the initial bid part of 400 pounds (461,15 euros).

After having seen a small foretaste of Keira Knightley for Coco Mademoiselle ad now comes a new video entitled & #8216;The Wake Up‘.

Finally, we close these brief with the rumors that LVMH going to by Jimmy Choo After the purchase of Bulgari. The news gave it to know the past weekend The Sunday Times newspaper. According to the aforementioned medium, this operation would be around 500 million pounds. By chance the other day I read this article in the Five days entitled: “ Jimmy Choo or Louboutin heels? “. In it says that Louboutin is more profitable than Choo in Spain, where it has lost 8.9% of business in the face of the financial year 2009. Meanwhile, Louboutin in just 7 months has achieved profitability with a net profit of 82.282 euros, according to the accounts deposited in the register.