Killer doll M3GAN has become the unlikely new darling of the fashion world this week when she models for Marc Jacob’s teen line Heaven.
The star, who became a social media star thanks to her witty lines and sassy dance moves from the hit film, strikes a thoughtful pose as she casts a gothic ensemble for the label.
M3GAN wears a $195 God Help Me hoodie with $595 Margaret boots.
In M3GAN, robotics engineer Gemma (Allison Williams) creates an artificial intelligence prototype called “Model 3 Generative,” or M3GAN, after taking care of her niece Cady, played by Violet McGraw.
The doll was designed to protect Cardi from physical and emotional harm, but things quickly turned darker.
Stars Alison and Violet McGraw will return for the film, along with screenwriter Accra Cooper.
In a scene much parodied in the blockbuster, M3GAN encounters robotics company boss David Lim (Ronny Chieng) in the hallway – as he watches happily, she inexplicably starts dancing before somersaulting and grab a knife.
Amie Donald, 12, who performed the puppets’ stunning dances and other moves in her big-screen debut, also took on “The Lord of the Rings: The Ring of Power” actor Jed Brophy Action Directed by Jed Brophy and Luke Hawker.
Mia Regan and Romeo Beckham attended the JW Anderson show together on Saturday, their first Fashion Week appearance since their temporary split last year. As per tradition, the couple paid homage to the designer by wearing head-to-toe JW Anderson clothing as they walked the runway alongside sparkling stars.
Mia Regan and Romeo Beckham at the Jonathan Anderson Fall/Winter 2023 Show
The model paired her retro attire with some petrol-blue knee-high boots boasting a point-toe, cowboy heels and golden buckle hardware. A sleek blue handbag showcasing a leaping dolphin print and an extra sprinkling of golden embellishment by the brand made for an eye-catching accessory choice.
David and Victoria’s second son kept his look more casual in a caramel jersey hoodie emblazoned with the signature white JW Anderson badge and zipped up the front. He completed her aesthetic with a pair of dark wash jeans, tan sneakers, and his favorite IAN Charms pearl necklace.
The couple posed for the camera before the show, which was held at the Roundhouse and was attended by Alexa Chung, Jourdan Dunne, Bel Powley, Ncuti Gatwa, Anna Wintour, Poppy Delevinge, Naomi Campbell and Edward Eninnful.
After release of her latest album LVL5 P1, an Atlanta rapper Bkterula walks the runway for Movalola in their fashion show.
Today, the average musician is rarely just that. Most are polymaths – from Solange, who is now traversing the realms of songwriting and interdisciplinary performance, to Saweetie, Joey Bada$ or Little Simz, exploring other disciplines in the arts, such as acting. For Atlanta rapper Bktherula, her expansion beyond music came by invitation. She will land in the UK for London Fashion Week and will model for Nigerian designer Mowalola.
Aside from being a runway model, the 20-year-old describes herself as an artist whose boundaries extend far beyond the world of rap. “I’m just an artist, man,” she declares when we meet at London’s Shoreditch House. “A rapper, yes, but an artist overall. I sing, and I’m inspired by other aspects of this. There’s so much more outside of music, too.” Still, Bktherula will always find a way to tie musical output into the equation. While talking about her plans to invite friend and collaborator Rico Nasty to a fashion party later that Friday night, she reveals that she’ll be performing a live set.
Called Brooklyn Candida Rodriguez off-stage, or outside of the booth, Bktharula grew up in Atlanta and was drawn to physics in late high school. It was there that she adopted the concept for her latest project, LVL5 P1. “You know there’s the third dimension and the fourth, well, this project is about existing and being here bro, but also not, being in another state. Here, but not really,” she explains