posted Monday, November 19, 2012
From these behind-the-scenes pics, I sense some scheming going on in episode 4 of "The Face." What exactly is Naomi Campbell up to? The fearless supermodel has a—dare I say—calculating expression on her face. Perhaps she's plotting total domination for Team Naomi? We'll have to wait until February to see what is happening in the episode. In the meantime, let's recount the fabulous fashion that went down.
Let's take a closer look at Naomi, who is ready to stir it up in sexy deep-v mini-dress by Michelle Obama-favorite Thakoon. (Kind of loving how her outfit matches the fuchsia walls of her dressing room. Is that in her rider?) The sartorial expert accessorizes with a killer quadruple-buckle Alexander McQueen belt and a single dazzling Eddie Borgo bangle. Her mesh booties are Alaïa, naturally. Bring it!
Coco Rocha really knows how to work a patterned pant—especially a cropped, leopard print pair by Louis Vuitton, softened by a rose-hued button down by Equipment. The pewter ankle strap Monika Chiang stilettos and chunky, angular chain necklace by Joomi Lim add a quiet rocker edge that subtly say, "don't mess with me." (I'm assuming the hair clip did not stay in for the actual filming of the episode.)
We've already seen Karolina Kurkova showing her personality in this bright and punchy suiting ensemble, but let's do a quick review. The two-toned citrusy skinny suit is by Reed Krakoff (perf to streamline those sky high legs). The bold hues of the outfit only call for delicate gold pendants—a bullet design (what's she trying to say?) by CCSkye and a "K" necklace by By Boe. The shoes bring the outfit together with gold and orange, plus a flash of fucshia for kicks.
Okay, let's see the girls one more time:
Must not forget the testosterone powering the crew: Host Nigel Barker, who's throwing out the universal call for peace. Hm...
Oh, Nigel, you're such a jokester. Loving how he has that hi-low chic goin' on in a Hugo Boss blazer layered over a v-neck tee by John Varvatos—untucked, naturally—with J. Brand waxed skinny jeans. The black leather Converse chucks are a slick touch, but the best part is what you can't see: Fun stripey socks.
[Photos: Walter Sassard for Oxygen Media]