Abloh, Virgil Reportedly among the candidates to succeed Riccardo Tisci at Givenchy. While he hasn’t verified the claim, he hasn’t denied it outright, either. And, though many awaited him to address the rumors at a lecture Monday night at Columbia University, Abloh had a different unveil in mind — he passed the prototype of his long-rumored Off-White x Nike sneaker around the room. Sneakerheads, rejoice.
Coach The latest label to go genderless. Stuart Vevers’s Coach will collapse its menswear and womenswear shows this season, only presenting two collections per year moving forward.
Fendi, F Is for The Karl Lagerfeld-designed label’s new online platform targeting its youngest demographic. It features performances by favorite artists (Anderson.Paak’s NxWorries collaboration is already live on the site), a youth-oriented manifesto, and an IRL component: F Is for Fendi will kick off during New York Fashion Week with a party starring Metro Boomin, Abra, Keith Ape, and more.
Graham, India Makailah The 19-year-old Michigan native won the W magazine and IMG model search, thanks to her distinctive doe-eyed look and perhaps a bit of divine intervention: Like the agency that picked her out from the crowd, her initials are IMG.
Hadid, Bella Not really into sports, but definitely able to play the sporty type. Ahead of New York Fashion Week, the supermodel discusses her preferred workout, the best and worst parts of the runway, and what it was like to work alongside Riccardo Tisci in his new Nike campaign.
Kravitz, Zoe Musician, model, and daughter of Lenny Kravitz, Zoe is the star of the latest Alexander Wang campaign. Known for his all-out ragers each fashion week, he’s keeping the Spring 2017 party going with Kravitz, longtime Wang Squad members like Hanne Gaby Odiele and Anna Ewers, and newcomers like Die Antwoord’s Ninja and R. Kelly.
NBA The pro basketball Twitter account weighs in after a photo-finish game between the Cavaliers and the Wizards with the Cavaliers’ on-point slogan: Defend the Land.
Trump, Melania Her husband is already embroiled in lawsuits; now, first lady Melania Trump is following suit with a $150 million filing leveled against the Daily Mail, put forth by her lawyer Monday. It’s prompted a former White House ethics counsel to take pause, indicating that perhaps the first lady had hoped to profit from her new high-profile position.
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