Tuesday, March 7, 2023

What's on today's Page 2? Firstly, Saint International model Kai Newman was a standout at Fashion Week Spring 2023. From New York to Milan, the Saint vet strutted for several prestigious fashion houses.

Plus, Jamaican chanteuse/model/actress Grace Jones is the new face of luxury underwear brand Wolford! In a campaign revealed at an immersive installation in Milan, Italy, on Friday, February 24, Jones shows off her age-defying figure in the brand's Zebra Net String Body suit and Fatal Dress.

And, this is truly Sheryl Lee Ralph's season. The Emmy Award-winning Jamaican actress' pink Tony Ward F/W '22 Couture at the 2023 Film Independent Spirit Awards — held on Saturday, March 4 — was everything!


Grace Jones for Wolford

Photographer: Richard Phibbs

Hair & Make-Up: Earl Simms & Alex Babsky

Material Magic: Witch Crafted by Vida

Sheryl Lee Ralph

Dress: Tony Ward Couture

Hair: Kahh Spence

Make-up: DeMario Ward

Tailoring: Matthew Reisman

Photographed by: James Anthony

Big Purr - Jones wore the Zebra Net String Body suit with confidence.(Photo: Richard Phibbs)
Femme 'Fatal' - Jones transforms the seamless Fatal Dress into a wearable work of art. (Photo: Richard Phibbs)
Seeing Green - After making her mark in New York, Newman walked the runway at the Bottega Veneta Spring 2023 Ready-to-Wear fashion show duringMilan Fashion Week. (Filippo Fior / Gorunway.com)
Independent Spirit - Emmy Award-winning actress Sheryl Lee Ralph is #stylegoals in an ombré pink Tony Ward number at the 2023 Film Independent Spirit Awards. (Photo: James Anthony)
...Michael Kors Fall/Winter 2023.
...and Jason Wu Fall 2023 Ready-to-Wear.
New York State of Mind - Saint International model Kai Newman hit the New York Fashion Week runway for the Simkhai Fall 2023 Ready-to-Wear Collection.
That's The Trouble - Grace Jones has brought her icon status to the Wolford Spring 2023 campaign. (Photo: Richard Phibbs)

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