>> As part of Miu Miu's Fall 2011 ad campaign — which shows Hailee Steinfeld lounging in grass, munching on pizza, and sitting on a railroad — Bruce Weber also captured the actress in motion for his new five-minute short film for the brand, "Portrait of Hailee." See the ad images in motion in the video, and starting in October, MiuMiu.com will host an "animated web book" of images taken on the Miami set while the campaign was captured in May.
>> During the final Milan shows yesterday, Vlada Roslyakova and Olga Sherer were spotted sharing a magazine backstage at Gianfranco Ferre while Hanne Gaby Odiele played telephone with a croissant pre-Roberto Cavalli. See the glittery eyes on all behind-the-scenes at DSquared2 and who hid behind her handbag at Giorgio Armani — in the slideshow.
Photos: Greg Kessler
>> While the hair and makeup at Milan Fashion Week may have seemed subdued by London and New York standards, there was still no shortage of gorgeous beauty looks — especially when it came to the eyes. Eyelids were foiled with metallic leaf at Fendi, glitter dusted at DSquared2, and lined in heavy-duty kohl just about everywhere else. Also of note: the gorgeous full-volume hair at Ferragamo, D&G, and Versace. Click through to see all that and more, here in the slideshow.
>> Fashion's finest — Giovanna Battaglia, Arizona Muse, and more — honored the final day of Milan Fashion Week in head-to-toe black and white. Not Anna Dello Russo, of course: She brought the color in a gilded minidress. See those looks, plus more, in the slideshow.
>> While pilfering from the guys is nothing new — the Fall 2011 runways of DKNY, Ralph Lauren, and Marc Jacobs were chock-full of menswear-inspired styles, from tuxes to tweed — we've taken the concept one step further and gathered up some of the coolest meant-for-men pieces around. In fact, these styles are so chic, it would be a crime to let the boys keep them to themselves; there's a chartreuse Jil Sander "document holder" that would make the perfect oversized clutch, a slim-cut teal blazer that would look so chic over a floral dress, and much, much more. Click through to shop all the picks.
>> Yesterday's heavy-hitting show schedule made for a full day of fun backstage at Milan Fashion Week. Not only was there plenty of pin-up girl posturing at Dolce & Gabbana — in bejeweled maillots, no less — but also lots of madcap twirling in tomato-printed skirts and aubergine-patterned dresses. At Ferragamo, models pranced in flowing gowns fit for a night in the tropics; at Missoni, oversized fans provided the perfect coy accessory. But the most delicious thing spotted backstage? Earrings made from pasta at Dolce & Gabbana. Get a peek at all this and more, here in the slideshow.
Photos by Greg Kessler