On Monday, the R&B artist R. Kelly was found guilty on nine counts of sex trafficking and racketeering, with the latter charge including acts of bribery and sexual exploitation of a child. Kelly was also found to be in violation of the Mann Act, a sex-trafficking statute that—in Kelly’s case—related to the transportation and coercion of two women, including a minor. Kelly could face up to life in prison at his sentencing, which will take place on May 4. “Today’s guilty verdict forever brands R. Kelly as a predator, who used his fame and fortune to prey on the young, the vulnerable, and the voiceless for his own sexual gratification,” said Jacquelyn M. Kasulis, acting U.S. attorney from the Eastern District, outside the Brooklyn courthouse where Kelly’s verdict was read.
“Doing the falconry made me think of Marianne North, who was an extraordinary Victorian botanist and amazing explorer at a time when women couldn’t travel alone,” Moralioglu tells Good Morning Vogue. “The strength and power of femininity is something that has absolutely inspired me again and again.” Elsewhere in his oeuvre, Italian activist and photographer Tina Modotti and American vaudeville child star Adele Astaire have come alive through designs that are worn by the likes of Beyoncé, Madonna, and Oprah Winfrey. The day’s ornithological escapade unfolds in the name of celebration. Erdem is set to soar during London Fashion Week with a show that marks the label’s return to a real-life runway (in the British Museum’s impressive colonnade, no less) and its 15th anniversary. Moralioglu’s success is a feat that, last year, saw him awarded the MBE for services to the fashion industry in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List. See Moralioglu’s impromptu avian 15th-anniversary celebration, above, together with a hint of what’s next for the fashion star.
Out of the Ordinary vintage—OOTO London for short—provided many looks for the film, helping Yates realize Gaga’s numerous outfits with historical accuracy. Vintage dealer Calum Blyth gives Smith and Yates a tour of the archive, and Smith even gets a Gucci-worthy makeover from the Oscar-winning costume designer. Watch it all unfold in episode four of Good Morning Vogue. “We’re having a Hitchcock moment,” Erdem Moralioglu says during his surprise encounter with Polly the peregrine falcon. Vogue’s ploy to draw the erudite designer out of his bustling East London studio for a breath of fresh air during the final sprint to his spring 2022 show has paid off. He is well known for his encyclopedic knowledge of literary and historical references—today’s chat centers on the cinematic adaptation of British author Daphne du Maurier’s classic horror novel The Birds—making Erdem the brand synonymous with great female heroines of fiction and history; each season they are front and center in the designer’s ornate fashion storytelling.
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