The Next Kate Moss?
In case you missed them, here are the top style stories from the week.
The home design maven launched a bath and body collection; hopefully will not inspire Windex to do the same.
Lands her first magazine cover: Modern Luxury’s Beach. Jack Donaghy would approve.
Taps former Loewe designer Stuart Vevers to replace Reed Krakoff; fills some very large, stylish shoes (and coordinating handbags).
Struck down by the Supreme Court; inspires Anna Wintour to write her first tweet.
Lands campaign for Lucky Brand; takes a step down from her last gig as muse of The Row.
Launches unisex hair care line; makes achieving that Jenna Lyons look that much easier.
Karl Lagerfeld’s bodyguard will appear in the designer’s fall advertising campaign; cue “The Bodyguard,” now.
Better watch out for her body double, Natalie Morris, whose career appears to be on the rapid rise.
Postpones plans to launch a glossy magazine; leaves fans with only their shiny computer screens, full shopping carts, and dreams of a bright tomorrow.
Debuting children’s clothes just in time for Kate Middleton and Prince William’s spawn.
Visits Coco Chanel’s apartment; wears bunny ears. No big deal.
The legendary photographer, best known for his iconic images of Marilyn Monroe, passed away at age 83.
Surprises guests at Dolce & Gabbana’s menswear show, as if the Italian designers haven’t had a rough enough month already.
Lands a Prada campaign; still killing it at 44.
On the cover of Vogue Brasil, could teach Ireland Baldwin a thing or two.
Von Furstenberg, Diane
Opens up her first accessories-only shop; delights shoppers who found it too difficult to comb through the plethora of goods in her Meatpacking District store.