Queen Elizabeth to the Maxi
In case you missed it, here are the best style news stories of the week.
Appropriately stars in the new Givenchy campaign, as she was the muse for Riccardo Tisci’s entire collection. No brainer.
Casually carried a Jedi-chic light saber through London. Hey, she has to protect herself from Harry Styles’s angry fandom somehow.
Launching a contemporary line under the name Title A, will save money on ad campaigns by posing each season
à la Oprah.
Has added to her college application that she is a three-time published author. Can no longer call herself a Rookie.
Hired Taylor Tomasi Hill to cover New York Fashion Week, as Gwyneth Paltrow’s too busy avoiding a certain editor to attend shows.
Selected Bruce Springsteen’s daughter Jessica as one of the brand’s team of riding ambassadors. Equestrians, chic?
The legendary socialite’s grandchildren are designing a collection inspired by her memorable style. May we suggest a reality show documenting the family’s process called “Keeping up with the Kempners”?
Is now a billionaire. Thanks Project Runway and Americana-loving shoppers across the country.
Announced her pregnancy like any other supermodel: with a nude photo on Instagram.
Has been declared more fashionable than Paris, says New York magazine. Paris found a different result.
Revealed his love for Madonna, Fleetwood Mac, and Ann-Margret by releasing a musical lookbook on Spotify.
Declares that Kate Middleton’s skirts are too short. Prince William entirely disagrees, naturally.
The young designer announced a collaboration with J. Brand. Let’s all say it together: YES!!!!
Teamed up with Adidas Originals on a capsule collection; was clearly jealous of Riccardo Tisci’s Nike collaboration.
Has banned miniskirts. Queen Elizabeth has not offered her opinion, yet.
Is a Phoebe Philo lookalike in Celine’s new ad campaign. We’re jealous.