Michael Phelps Strips Down In a Bathtub For Louis Vuitton + Vogue's Edith Wharton Editorial in Today's Style Scraps

The Fat Radish gents are starring in GANT Rugger's new campagin (that's Phil Winser at the very end and Ben Towill second from right).  Read more about them in an article from PAPER's May Issue HERE.  (It also looks like GANT Rugger tapped one of their buddies -- third from left -- as he also appeared in our photo shoot.) [via GANT]

Happy 30th Birthday, G-Shock!  The watch brand celebrated their big day with a blow-out party last week, featuring a rare performance by Eminem. (He wears the watch brand's sparkly white model, shown above, in his video "I Need a Doctor.") [via G-Shock]

This year marks what would have been Edith Wharton's 150th birthday, and Vogue assembled a very interesting cast for an editorial spread in honor of the novelist.  Shot by Annie Leibovitz at Wharton's Berkshires estate, The Mount, Natalia Vodianova plays the author and a whole slew of writers, actors, and artists play her inner circle.  Check out authors Jeffrey Eugenides, Junot Diaz and Jonathan Safran Foer as Henry James, diplomat Walter Barry and architect Ogden Codman Jr., respectively and actors Mamie Gummer and Max Minghella as Wharton's niece, Beatrix Farrand and painter Maxfield Parrish.  Juno Temple, Elijah Wood, Jack Huston and Nate Lowman also appear in the spread. [via Ciao Domenica]

Kim Kardashian gets her Fashion Issue cover via New York Magazine. [via nymag]

Michael Phelps is barely home from the Olympics (or still partying in London...who knows) but Louis Vuitton has already released images of their campaign with him.  In the first, he's seen posing seductively in a bathtub while an LV bag lingers nearby and in the second, we see him chatting on a couch -- this time all buttoned up -- with Olympic gymnast Larisa Latynina whose record for most total career medals he recently broke. [via Fashionista]

What do you think of Vogue Paris's new look, as seen on their September issue's triple covers featuring models Kate Moss, Lara Stone and Daria Werbowy? [Vogue Paris via High Snobette]

In case you missed it last night, here's Kate Moss, Naomi Campbell, Jourdan Dunn, Karen Elson, Lily Donaldson, David Gandy, Lily Cole and Georgia May Jagger walking the catwalk at last night's Olympics Closing Ceremony. [via Fashionologie]

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