LVMH Prize Honors Grace Wales Bonner, Vejas

Léa Seydoux announced the third annual LVMH prize, broadcast via Periscope; plus, Stella McCartney and Fausto Puglisi try menswear on for size.


Armisen, Fred From Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt to Portlandia to SNL, Armisen might be the most ubiquitous man in comedy.

Bone, Rag & With executive David Neville’s exit (though he’ll maintain a stake in the company), Rag finds itself without a Bone. (Or is it the other way around?) Here, a look back on the best of the Neville years.

Cline, Emma The 27-year-old author of this summer’s hottest novel — and it’s only her debut.

Couché, Opaque Pantone’s ugliest color in the world, designated 448C; it was elected by an Australian market research agency aiming to discourage smoking.

McCartney, Stella Expanding her eponymous label into menswear. She’s already been dressing her dad for years, so she’s got the experience.

Prize, LVMH The CFDAs’ cooler French cousin; this year, Léa Seydoux announced the grand prize would be awarded to Grace Wales Bonner, while a special prize went to Vejas.

Puglisi, Fausto The latest designer eschewing gender boundaries in his designs; he made his menswear debut at Pitti Uomo Wednesday, but he says “it’s about freedom, it’s about no boundaries.”

Rubchinskiy, Gosha Breakout Russian designer with support from Comme Des Garçons’s Rei Kawakubo; he put out a casting call for his Pitti Uomo show on Instagram, resulting in quite the crew of young, savvy male models with a distinct Look on his runway.