Naomi Campbell Wears Fur, Goes Bald; Tyra Banks Developing New Online Project

  • In the middle of a NY heatwave, onetime PETA spokeswoman Naomi Campbell spent the day outside modeling fur coats. She hobnobbed with Ellen Barkin and Mickey Rourke between shots. [P6]
  • Underneath her wig, however, Campbell appeared nearly bald. [Daily Mail]
  • Jennifer Aniston made the cover of Harper's Bazaar Australia's August issue. She says: "There is nothing like a woman's power." [TLF]
  • Tyra Banks has struck a deal with the online content mill Demand Media. Her company will partner with Demand to create a "digital brand" focused on beauty and fashion, and she will get equity in Demand, which is expected to soon file for an IPO. [All Things Digital]
  • Jourdan Dunn has more or less been on maternity leave since giving birth to her son in December. But i-D magazine Tweeted a photo of Dunn on set for a beauty story, and Dunn is believed to have shot a story with Stella Tennant and Liya Kebede for Vogue's September issue. [Fashionologie]
  • Britney Spears' latest collection for Candie's hits stores on July 1. [WWD]
  • "My mother had fantastic style," says L'Wren Scott. "She always had the perfect little suit and dress and a crocodile handbag and matching shoes. Women in my neighborhood didn't really work but my mother did. She always had a career so it never crossed my mind that I wouldn't." [TDB]
  • Lanvin's fall campaign was shot by Steven Meisel in something like a hall of mirrors. Mariacarla Boscono, Magdalena Frackowiack, and Anja Rubik star. [Design Scene]
  • Lara Stone is obsessed with "cupcakes." Stone, you're late to the party. [NYTimes]
  • Jean-Paul Gaultier is launching a new lingerie collection with La Perla this November. It includes a cone bra. [StyleList]
  • British Vogue has more pictures of the line. [Vogue UK]
  • This year's €220,000 ANDAM prize, judged by Carine Roitfeld, Delphine Arnault, and Alber Elbaz, among others, went to Hakaan Yildirim. [Style.com]
  • "Radical surgery on regular menswear was the message of the Paris summer 2011 season that ended Monday. There was even a hospital vibe about streamlined tunics, shorn of any details, and worn with drop-crotch pants, which are entering the mainstream." Are they, Suzy Menkes? Really? [IHT]
  • That IPO Prada has been mulling since, um, at least 2001, could now take place in 2012. Or, you know, it could not. [WWD]
  • Whitney Port is denying the rumor that The City has been cancelled. Port wrote on her website, "I am 100% committed to the show and thank you all for being the best fans!" Meanwhile, Racked reports that two producers from the show were casting in Montauk this weekend. [The Cut]
  • Nicolas Hayek, the co-founder of Swatch, has died. He was 82. [WWD]
  • Zaha Hadid, Jefferson Hack, and Philip Treacy are all heading to Istanbul for a festival called Istancool. Gareth Pugh will "deejay" a party. [Vogue UK]
  • Pierre Bergé's bid to buy Le Monde has received the green light from the paper. His consortium of investors will now negotiate directly with Le Monde. [WWD]
  • OMG Kelly Cutrone got a puppy and it's SOOOO CUTE!!!!1!1!! [Racked]