Joan Didion Breaks the Internet in Céline
In case you missed them, here are the top style stories of the week.
Starring alongside model Lara Stone in Calvin Klein Jeans and Underwear ad campaigns. Almost breaks the Internet.
Chris Burch plans to close all Tory knock-off boutiques. Truce?
Confesses that she prays to Jane Birkin, reveals the secret to perfect, wispy hair.
Announced that the brand will buy Stuart Weitzman. Celebrates with a shoe-shopping spree.
Donned a curly wig for The Tonight Show. Unfortunately, no suspenders were visible.
Shaves part of her head, also nearly breaks the Internet.
Didn’t realize her Celine campaign was a big deal, until she succeeded in breaking the Internet.
The underwear line is launching a fragrance. No, it will not smell like the brand’s primary product.
Acquires Made Fashion Week. Hopes to minimize taxi expenses for all in the process.
Shows off his abs, covers up lower stomach with a fanny pack.
Finally gave birth to her first child with Ryan Reynolds, just when her maternity style couldn’t get any sexier.
Launches a sporty collaboration with Adidas for teenage girls—and their envious moms.
Looked flawless sans Photoshop, with lighting, in new photographs by Peter Lindbergh.
Discovered that he really, really loves nail art.
Features a collection of man candy—Jack O’Connell, Miles Teller, Ansel Elgort, and Ethan Hawke—in new spring ad campaign.
Won the first International Woolmark Prize for men’s wear. Because they are winners.
Gave birth to twins. One-ups Blake Lively.
Demonstrates his continued infatuation with rock goddess by casting Joni Mitchell in his new Saint Laurent campaign.
Received death threats post Bieber campaign.
Reveals bright floral collaboration with Lilly Pulitzer in the depths of winter.
Tiffany & Co
Featured a same sex couple in an ad. It’s about time.
Is in trouble—again. This time, for promoting an unhealthy thigh gap. Hey, you live and you learn.