Is the very chic face—and feet—of the Rodarte x Superga collaboration.
Returned to the runway after an 11-year hiatus. Well done, Temperley.
Replaced Rebekka Bay with former C. Wonder executive Wendi Goldman. As if one could ever replace Bay.
Hash, Anne Valerie
The designer was named the new creative director of Comptoir des Cotonniers, which means access to minimalist, French staples for all.
Responsible for posting the most-liked photo on Instagram during NYFW. Naturally, the photo was of Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, and Kylie Jenner. That’s one way to break the Internet.
Plans to retire from Victoria's Secret in order to attend NYU.
Apparently retired from Victoria’s Secret some time ago in order to pursue more lucrative opportunities that do not include a bachelor’s degree.
May be able to blame her Armani Privé cape for her unfortunate tumble on stage at the Brit Awards. Also, may not be able to.
Delighted fans of Wes Anderson with his women's wear debut for Gucci.
Based his Fall 2015 Moschino collection on Looney. Is nowhere near running out of nostalgic inspiration.
Suki's little sister makes her runway debut at London Fashion Week. No, not alongside Sophie Dahl, unfortunately.
Denies that she's dating Prince Harry. Crushes our dreams in the process.
Cried in a radio interview on BBC when talking about the death of Central Saint Martins professor Louise Wilson; did not mention that Kendall’s instagram got more likes than his.
Criticizes her granddaughter Cora Corre for choosing to go skiing instead of walking in her Fall 2015 show. So much for Corre’s career.
Knocks off Moschino's Spring 2014 Barbie-inspired collection. Stay tuned for its interpretation of the Looney Tunes pieces shortly.
Called E! host Giuliana Rancic out on her racist critique of her Oscar look.