Style Scoop: Victoria Beckham Answers Vogue’s 73 Questions, Cara Delevingne Strips Down for DKNY, Joan Didion Didn’t Realize Her Céline Campaign Launched



This just might be our favorite “73 Questions” to date. Vogue stopped by Victoria Beckham’s new London store to ask her exactly 73 questions—all of which she answered flawlessly: without smiling (because she only smiles on the inside) and with incredible dry humor. That her favorite spice is posh is no surprise, but the would-be title of a movie about Beckham is unexpected—but so spot-on. You must watch. [Glam Inbox]

Cara Delevingne takes it all off for the 2015 DKNY intimates and sleepwear campaign, effectively reminding us that this It-Brit is more than just eyebrows and a wacky sense of humor. A bra-and-underwear-clad Delevingne poses lazily in bed and beside a phone booth (?) for photographer Gregory Harris. Wonder who she’s talking to! [Fashion Gone Rogue]

Remember when Joan Didion was revealed as the star of Céline’s latest campaign? Well, Didion herself barely noticed. “I don’t have any clue…I have no idea,” she told The New York Times. The ad featuring the esteemed writer made a huge splash in the fashion world on Tuesday, but Didion had little to say about the matter. “They got in touch with me,” Ms. Didion added. Spoken like a true icon. [The New York Times]

Prada enlisted a devastatingly hot crop of eye candy in its men’s spring advertising campaign. Actors Ethan Hawke, Ansel Elgort, Jack O’Connell, and Miles Teller shine in the images taken by photographer Craig McDean. Until now, slicing oranges, drinking water from a glass, writing a reminder on one’s hand, and cutting up a photograph never looked so good. [Fashionista]

The Victoria’s Secret swim catalogue is one thing—but a corresponding video is quite another. Aptly titled “Slow. Sultry. Swim,” the sizzling video features models Candice Swanepoel, Lily Aldridge, Lais Ribeiro, Andreea Diaconu, and Nadine Leopold fully enjoying the sun, sand and surf. Oh, and the bathing suits are cute, too. [Fashion Gone Rogue]