CFDA Has added 40 new members to its roster, including Brandon Maxwell, Brother Vellies’ Aurora James, and all three Orley siblings. Plus, they’re keeping Diane Von Furstenberg around for another term.
Clinton, Hillary Officially the Democratic presidential nominee, following the delegate vote at the Democratic National Convention Tuesday night. Among the speakers who ended up being warmup acts for Clinton’s surprise appearance at the end of the night: Lena Dunham, America Ferrera, and Bill himself.
Ford, Tom Nocturnal Animals, Ford’s follow-up to the 2009 film A Single Man, will make its North American premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival in September. The thriller stars Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, and Michael Shannon.
James, Elizabeth and The Olsens are having a moment. After opening their first New York City flagship for The Row, they’ve opened their first Los Angeles storefront at The Grove for their more affordable contemporary line Elizabeth and James. It’s got a similarly carefully curated array of home goods and sundries, as well as a large stock of vintage picks.
Jenner, Kendall Rocking the vote.
Kenzo The latest brand to collaborate with H&M released a first look at the upcoming collection. And there are a lot of tiger stripes.
Silverman, Sarah The actress and comedian discusses her Monday evening DNC speech and why the “ridiculous” line almost didn’t make the cut.
Stewart, Kristen The actress and Chanel muse has officially moved on from her ill-fated romance with Soko — she confirmed in an interview for the cover of Elle that she’s dating Alicia Cargile, who may also have once been her personal assistant. Not that this comes as a great surprise; they were spotted together at Cannes, and they’ve been on-again, off-again since as far back as 2014.
Thompson, Larsen Fifteen-year-old model, dancer, actress, Cali girl, and maker of viral videos.
Tyler, Liv The actress and model adds a new title to the list: designer for Belstaff. And it’s proving to be her toughest role yet.