You want practical? Designer Clare Waight Keller gives you practical with Chloé's Fall/Winter 2013/2014 Ready-to-Wear collection. If you're looking for functional and straight-laced (with a bit of a wink, this is Chloé), you've come to the right place. This collection shows that all you need to get shit done is expert…
Kim Kardashian flew to Australia not only to "escape" media scrutiny following her announcement that she was divorcing her husband of 1728 hours, Kris Humphries: she also went there to launch her Kardashian Kollection handbag line. Which apparently includes the Kardashians' versions of some of the world's most…
Designer Hannah MacGibbon is out at Chloé. Effective June 1st, the designer Clare Waight Keller, formerly of Pringle of Scotland, will replace MacGibbon as Chloé's creative director. Despite mostly good reviews and some lovely collections — and despite being the entire reason 70s-style camel coats were in all of the…
Here is an internal Harper's Bazaar document that lists the brands to feature in upcoming editorial spreads, ranked according to priority — and helpfully divided between "Advertisers" and "Non-Advertisers." This is how your ladymag sausage gets made.
- Miranda Kerr was photographed nude at six and a half months pregnant by Patrick Demarchelier. She told W magazine she realized she was knocked up the day she shot her Jil Sander campaign. Full pic below. [Fashionologie]
- Apparently, the last thing Lindsay Lohan did before she went to jail was wrangle a commitment out of Blackbook to publish her ramblings about fashion, personal style, and that feeling you get when you're cutting up a Gucci dress. Herewith:
- "Sources" are saying that Kimora Lee Simmons didn't leave Baby Phat, the fashion line she founded — she was fired. Allegedly, she was kicked out for being too spendthrift. For example: "It costs thousands of dollars to airbrush her."
Chloe, which opens today, starts as a sexy psychological drama, but devolves into a "Canadian lesbian version of Fatal Attraction." It's titillating, but ultimately the film "can't be recommended even to people who just want to see Amanda Seyfried naked."
Fearful of going the betrayed-Sandra route, some women turn to a "professional honey-pot." Who, obviously, tells all to the tabloids!
[New York, March 15. Image via Getty]
See this picture? Sure, there were gorgeous, classic, Faye Dunaway-esque separates. But then there were the fringed pants. And the Michelin Man jacket. And the chap-jeans.
- Beyoncé's first perfume, Heat, launches in February. She says, "Red is one of my favorite colors, as is gold." And the bottle is intended to look antique, because her mother had so many old perfumes when she was little. [WWD]