Marc by Marc Is No More
In case you missed them, here are the top style stories of the week.
The brand now plans to Photoshop nipples and pubic hair on models. The waxing industry rejoices.
The luxury fashion house plans to actually make some bags cost the same all over the world. Finally.
Wore a leather peplum to dinner in Beverly Hills, made sorority girls everywhere jealous.
The former Pucci designer was officially named the creative director of Roberto Cavalli, after much speculation.
The model, mother, and sneaker fiend announced that she’s designing a collection of children’s clothing. Her son, Riley, will challenge North West in the under-10 fashion hierarchy.
Following the departure of both Kelly Osbourne and Kathy Griffin, the TV show announced it will be on hiatus until September. Giuliana Rancic to keep quiet till then.
Will most likely pass a bill that bans brands from employing too-skinny models.
The supermodel may have announced that she’s retiring from the runway. May also have been misunderstood. Only time will tell.
The MSGM creative director will replace Peter Dundas as creative director of Emilio Pucci.
The Italian fashion house is getting into the wearable tech game with a collaboration with Will.i.am.
The social media-savvy supermodel was accused of using cocaine at a Victoria’s Secret party—based on her boyfriend’s Snapchat, of course.
Marc by Marc Jacobs
Will be discontinued, and dissolved into Marc Jacobs’s mainline. Sorry kids.
The Joe Fresh founder is leaving his eponymous brand, which will now merely be called Fresh.
Attended enough Dior shows to earn a spot in the brand’s campaign roster.
The model revealed the collection she designed for True Religion. Will not be designing pieces in North West’s size.
The shoe designer is adding a bridal collection to her repertoire. Say “I do” to buying a pair.
The model revealed that she’s pregnant—by Instagramming her sonogram. No Snapchat needed.
Is reportedly no longer dating Bradley Cooper. Will destroy the one photo ever taken of them together.
Looked grumpy leaving ballet class—perhaps because of the lack of child-sized couture available for her uses.
Will receive the 2015 CFDA Fashion Icon Award. Will continue to follow in Rihanna’s footsteps and be the face of Dior in 2016.