When I next guest-edit an issue of a prestigious fashion magazine, I must remember to step behind the camera and snap out an homage to Jocelyn Wildenstein. And to put plenty of oral sex in it. Warning: NSFW.
The crack team at the British tabloid brain trust has concocted a cackle of a story for us this Monday morning: Kate Moss is quitting modeling and moving to Cornwall to run a bed and breakfast with Jamie Hince. [Star]
American Apparel — plagued by debt, sales declines, production delays, and that discrimination kerfuffle — warned that its stock may be delisted. "American Apparel is unique because they're on the cusp of a total collapse," says one analyst. [MSNBC]
This is one of the many sultry new images of Megan Fox in her Armani underwear which will greet you when you flick through magazines/drive on the highway/walk through downtown/exist for the foreseeable future. Look! They erased her tattoos. [WWD]
The Christian Dior couture show in Paris today was a beautiful, if somewhat familiar, ahistorical jaunt. Part part 80s lingerie-as-outerwear, part stiff New Look peplums, and part 30s bias satin slips, the collection was topped with Stephen Jones' extraordinary hats.
Funny, this picture of Amy Winehouse looking "healthy and stylish" still looks off. British label PPQ is bringing the troubled singer's long-rumored fashion line to fruition — if you count PPQ "providing all materials and doing the design," as anything like having your own collection. [This is London]