• The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Yaya DaCosta Appears In Tom Ford Fall Ad, Gisele Bundchen Makes $128,000 A Day, Deborah Cox To Sing For Whitney Houston’s Lifetime Movie


    • Yaya DaCosta is joined by Gigi Hadid, Arnold Schwarzenegger’s son Patrick Schwarzenegger, and a host of other models for Tom Ford’s Fall 2014 campaign. Shot by Johnny Dufort, the campaign brims over with diversity. “The concept is individual style, which was the idea behind my first women’s show in N.Y. The campaign is focused on the personal, individual style of different types of women,” said Ford of the campaign. (Fashion Times)


    • Gisele Bundchen makes about $128,000 a day according to reports. Landing contracts with the likes of H&M, Chanel, Balenciaga, Stuart Weisman, Isabel Marant, Carolina Herrera, and Louis Vuitton the model has made about $386 million in her 17-year-career. (Lucky Magazine)

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    • Even though his mother and father are famous, Brooklyn Beckham has worked at Starbucks and just landed an internship at Guy Ritchie’s SKA Films in London. Parents Victoria and David place an emphasis on learning about different walks of life in order to keep him grounded. (Page Six)

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    • Deborah Cox’s voice will replace Whitney Houston’s in the upcoming Lifetime movie about the late singer, directed by Angela Basset. The film is said to be focused on Houston’s relationship with Bobby Brown; Lifetime is reportedly working out music rights and clearances. Would you still watch the movie without the original vocals on the soundtrack? (E Online)

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    • Hamish Bowles has penned a book about the Metropolitan Museum of Art due out in September. Entitled “Vogue & The Metropolitan Museum of Art — Costume Institute: Parties, Exhibitions, People,” the tome will start with “Jacqueline Kennedy: The White House Years” from 2001 and chronicle all of the following exhibits up to the current “Charles James: Beyond Fashion” exhibit.  The book features photography by Steven Meisel, Annie Leibovitz, and Mario Testino and will be available for $50. (WWD)