Justin Bieber strips down to his Calvins in new ad campaign

Justin Bieber and Lara Stone star in sultry #mycalvins Calvin Klein ad campaign

Justin Bieber has landed a gig as underwear and jeans model for Calvin Klein. He's to be featured along with Lara Stone in the label's sultry spring ad campaign, news that was first announced on social media on Monday, followed by a traditional news release later.

Several young men with ties to the world of fashion are on Town&Country's new list of the 50 most eligible bachelors. Specifically, in the "juniors" category -- "Ones to Keep an Eye On" -- are Romeo Beckham, 12, son of fashion designer Victoria Beckham and her soccer legend/underwear model husband, David Beckham; Presley Gerber, 14, son of supermodel Cindy Crawford and Randee Gerber; and actor Jude Law's son Rafferty Law, 17, who walked the runway for DKNY menswear last summer. Actor Ansel Elgort, 20, is featured on the cover, shot by his father, fashion photographer Arthur Elgort. The magazine's February "Bachelors" issue is on newsstands now. [Town&Country]

Meanwhile, Kylie Jenner, 17, is on the February cover of Cosmo (touted as "The New Kardashian Mogul"), Lena Dunham is on the cover of Elle's fifth-annual Women in TV issue -- both out Jan. 13 -- and Allison Williams covers Glamour, out Jan. 11.

And Rosamund Pike, Vanity Fair's next cover girl, says that filming "Gone Girl" was the most grueling work of her career so far. The magazine will be on newsstands Jan. 13. [Vanity Fair]

Ultra cool label Celine surprised the fashion world by debuting an ad campaign that features 80-year-old intellectual author Joan Didion, along with French dancer Marie-Agnes Gillot and model Freya Lawrence. [Vogue]

Target is planning a designer collaboration with Lilly Pulitzer, featuring around 250 products and set to launch in April. [WWD]

Italian luxury label Fendi's first condominium project, Fendi Chateau Residences in Miami, isn't scheduled for completion until June 2016, but it's already halfway to being sold out, the Chateau Group property development firm announced via news release on Tuesday. Not bad, with prices for the 58 units ranging from $5 million to $25 million.  

 

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