The Launch: The 10 Items ELLE Australia Is Lusting Over This October
ELLE Australia rounds up of October hottest buys, drool-worthy campaigns, and the collaborations we won't shut up about.Somehow, spooky season has (very aptly) snuck up on us, meaning that not only is it time to switch your heavy winter layers for your lightweight summer staples, but the silly season soiree's will soon be upon us.
Ryan Gosling once again has hearts racing as the face of Gucci's sizzling new luggage campaign — and travel has never looked hotter.
The actor, 41, has teamed up with the Italian luxury label for its Valigeria ads, which show him striking a pose with GG monogrammed luggage and accessories from the Savoy collection.
Gosling, who is known for his fashion prowess, models everything from tailored suits to Hawaiian shirts in the travel campaign shot by British fashion photographer Glen Luchford.
Ryan Gosling, 41, is the star of Gucci's new Valigeria campaign, which shows him posing with luggage and accessories from the brand's Savoy collection
The actor models everything from tailored suits to Hawaiian shirts in the travel campaign shot by British fashion photographer Glen Luchford
Gosling is following in the footsteps of Harry Styles, Lana Del Rey, Jared Leto, and Miley Cyrus, who have all starred in Gucci campaigns in recent years
In one image, the debonair star channels his inner bellhop as he pushes a luggage cart packed with Gucci travel pieces in the ocean surf.
Paris, Kim, Kate: Why designers went big on stunts at Milan Fashion Week
The clothes took a back seat at Milan Fashion Week as big brands Gucci, Dolce & Gabbana and Versace attempted to outdo each other with celebrities, sets and unusual casting.Along with the seasonal search for available nineties supermodels that saw Kate Moss model leather for Bottega Veneta, perversely designed to resemble a flannel shirt and jeans, and former French First Lady Carla Bruni race Naomi Campbell down the Tod's runway in tonal coats, designers competed for attention with stunt casting and concepts.
Another shows him kicking back in the sand and reading a tabloid while surrounded by piles of trunks and duffel bags from the collection.
Gosling also brings the heat in the brand's new campaign film, which is aptly set to Heart's hit 'Magic Man.'
The one-minute video starts with the actor tossing his cowboy hat into a magical trunk before loading his Gucci luggage into the back of his trunk.
In one image, the debonair star channels his inner bellhop as he pushes a packed luggage through the ocean surf
Another shows him kicking back in the sand and reading a tabloid while surrounded by piles of trunks and duffel bags from the collection
Gosling also brings the heat in the brand's new campaign film, which is aptly set to Heart's hit 'Magic Man'
The footage includes shots of him eating fast food on the road and tossing cards into a hat in a hotel as he travels toward an unspecified destination.
Josh Heuston is the epitome of cool in high-fashion photoshoot
He's the Australian model who recently made his Netflix debut appearing as popular high school kid Dusty Reid in the Heartbreak High reboot. And Josh Heuston proved that he hasn't lost his flare for fashion while posing for a photoshoot in Sydney. The 25-year-old was the epitome of cool, dressed in a black and white checkered shirt which he teamed up with a yellow coloured blazer and pants set.
Gosling ends up at the beach, where he has to drag luggage through the sand while wearing a suit. The video ends with him stepping inside a large trunk and coming out someplace entirely new.
'Travel for Gucci was never purely physical,' Creative Director Alessandro Michele said in a press release. 'Gucci is the brand that accompanied the artists, writers, actors, and directors of Hollywood on their journeys…
'This is why I wanted the advertising campaign to recount a situationist dimension where the protagonist traverses a "non-place" that is first and foremost a mental place, the same as those who, in the past and present, choose Gucci because they grasp the significance of creativity used to build imaginary places.'
Gosling quietly hinted at the collaboration this summer by wearing Gucci throughout the press tour for his film 'The Gray Man'
The Barbie star, who plays Ken in the highly-anticipated film, channeled his character in his pastel Gucci suits at the movie's premieres in Los Angeles (pictured) and London in July
The Barbie star, who plays Ken in the highly-anticipated film, channeled his character in his pastel Gucci suits at the movie's premieres in Los Angeles and London (pictured) in July
Gosling changed up his look in Berlin but stuck with Gucci when he opted for a bright red jacket paired with a white button-down shirt, black pants, and a tie
Gosling is following in the footsteps of Harry Styles, Lana Del Rey, Jared Leto, and Miley Cyrus, who have all starred in Gucci campaigns in recent years.
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However, the label's latest collaboration should come as no surprise to Gosling's fans. He wore Gucci on the red carpet all summer while promoting his new movie 'The Gray Man.'
The Barbie star, who plays Ken opposite Margot Robbie in the highly-anticipated film, often channeled his character with his pastel looks.
Gosling modeled a seafoam green suit jacket, a yellow-striped button-down shirt, and mint-green trousers by Gucci at the Los Angeles premiere of 'The Gray Man' in July.
That same month, he showed up at the film's London premiere in a light purple suit jacket worn over pink trousers that were both from the label.
Gosling changed up his look in Berlin but stuck with Gucci when he opted for a bright red jacket paired with a white button-down shirt, black pants, and a tie. Read more
Half of Vic kids experience anxiety: study .
A doctor is raising the alarm about children's problematic anxiety after only a third of parents said they could confidently tell it from "normal" worry.Parents can also only generally recognise half the common warning signs that indicate possible mental health problems in children, raising the alarm for carers to become better acquainted with them.