Why Kanye West Could Be Getting Closer to the White House
Plus, Ivanka Trump designs deemed a fire hazard and Beyoncé brings a law suit, humble-bragging in the process.
“Arguably one of the most famous musical artists and entrepreneurs in the world” — at least, that’s how a recent law suit brought by her team against a brand called Feyoncé that accuses its owners of copyright infringement. The whole thing is a legal humble-brag if we’ve ever heard one.
There’s Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week, ubiquitous Porsche design stores — and now Cadillac is throwing its hat in the sartorial ring, first sponsoring New York Men’s Fashion Week and, more recently, teaming up with CFDA on a young designer incubator program.
Second-youngest, second-coolest Kardashian who will attend the White House Correspondents’ Dinner as a guest of USA Today — which places Kanye that much closer to the Oval Office.
Subject of the first-ever exhibition on a fashion designer at the Jewish Museum in New York — a surprising statistic, the Atlantic points out, given how essential Jewish tailors and designers have been to the development of the American garment industry.
The latest city to spring up on the art-world map: Its new Adam Pendleton exhibition marks a turning point for both the host museum, the Contemporary Arts Center, and the city as a whole.
Daughter of Trump, Donald, also approaching the Oval Office. But Ivanka’s not making headlines this morning because of her father — a line of scarves from her eponymous label have been deemed a fire hazard and recalled by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission. They won’t be getting into the White House any time soon, either.