Parisian fashion awards and early supporters of names like Martin Margiela and Jeremy Scott — in short, this year's nominees, announced Monday, are ones to watch.
Fashion Awards, CFDA
Despite recently announced appearances by stars and non-fashion-people like Jennifer Hudson, Joel McHale, and Michael C. Hall, the CFDA Fashion Awards will not be televised.
Film Festival, Cannes
The festival may have ended on Sunday, but these are the breakout faces of Cannes whose names you'll be sure to hear again and again in months to come. Also, the fashion continued to be on point, for men and women alike.
Rivaling sister Beyoncé for fashion cred; her Saint Heron brand has teamed up with Australian label C/meo Collective for a capsule collection, and it's very Solange. Think head-to-toe salmon, bright blue, and color-blocking.
After his movie with Riley Keough, American Honey, premiered to much fanfare in Cannes, LaBeouf is back to his old performance art ways with a new hitchhiking project. That seems safe.
Music Festival, Pitchfork
The cooler, hipper European cousin of the annual Chicago Pitchfork Music Festival; Pitchfork Paris just announced its preliminary lineup for the festival, currently scheduled for October 27 to 29 — and it includes perennial favorites like Bat for Lashes and Daphni, the most recent incarnation of Dan Snaith's Caribou.
Edun creative director and alum of The Row and T by Alexander Wang; departed from the Ali Hewson and Bono-founded brand Monday to "pursue other opportunities."