Today in Typecasting: Kate Upton Auditioning to Play the Other Woman

Kate Upton is apparently entering the model-slash phase of her career. The two-time Sports Illustrated: Swimsuit Edition cover star is reportedly in talks to join Leslie Mann and Cameron Diaz in a romantic comedy about wives and mistresses who join forces to take revenge on a cheating dude.

Nick Cassavetes is directing the comedy, which centers on a woman (Diaz) who finds out that she is “the other woman” in an affair. She teams up with the wife (Mann) to get revenge on the cheating cad of a husband, being played by Nikolaj Coster-Waldau.

Upton is another one of Coster-Waldau’s mistresses who has no idea he is married and ends up joining the other two in the revenge scheme.

[THR]


Today in Typecasting: Kate Upton Auditioning to Play the Other Woman

Turns out Beyoncé's crystallized nipple shirt was a custom piece designed by the Blonds. According to Women's Wear Daily, the garment was "inspired by Tamara de Lempicka’s paintings of the female body."

It is “meant to give the illusion of being covered in crystallized honey,” said Phillipe Blond, who first hand-painted the bustier suit before it was “hand embroidered with approximately 30,000 Swarovski crystals that took over 600 hours to apply,” David Blond added.

[WWD]


Today in Typecasting: Kate Upton Auditioning to Play the Other Woman

Leandra Medine's book of essays, due out September 10, has a cover and a title: Man Repeller: Seeking Love, Finding Overalls. [Man Repeller]


Today in Typecasting: Kate Upton Auditioning to Play the Other Woman

Fitness guru Tracy Anderson is now the namesake of the lowest-rise leggings in the world. [WWD]


• Just yesterday, Marco Zanini was rumored to be the first creative director of Schiaparelli since its planned relaunch was announced. Today, Christian Lacroix has been confirmed as the designer of a one-off couture collection for the brand, which will be presented at Paris Couture Week in July. Lacroix has not designed a couture collection since he was fired from his bankrupt namesake label in 2009. [BoF]

Miranda Kerr says her Victoria's Secret contract was not renewed, meaning she is no longer officially an "Angel," because she couldn't commit to the "three months at a bare minimum" per year of work for the brand that the multi-million-dollar deal entailed. "The thing is, I've been modeling since I was 13,'' says Kerr. ''I'm now entering a new phase in my life. I have felt this coming since my son was born and, after I became a mother, I realized I needed to prioritize my time. It's really important I give 100% to my clients and I have to be careful to make strategic long-term decisions with my personal and business interests. I've reached a point in my career where I'm developing my own opportunities that are really reflective of my passions." [SMH]

Macy's appealed, and won a temporary restraining order barring the implementation of, a judge's order permitting J.C. Penney to go ahead and start selling Martha Stewart-designed homewares at issue in a lawsuit between the two retailers. [WWD]

Ashton Kutcher has invested in the Hunt, a start-up that aims to help users identify and shop for fashion items seen in Instagram and Pinterest photos. People join the Hunt and post about items they'd like to find, and then users help each other track them down. [LATimes]

• Can pouring Elmer's glue on your face actually get rid of blackheads? No, no it cannot. [The Gloss]

Andy Cohen will host this year's Council of Fashion Designers of America Awards. [Style.com]

Uniqlo is now the corporate sponsor of the Museum of Modern Art's Free Friday Nights program, which allows the museum to waive entry fees on Fridays after 4 PM. [Jezebel Inbox]

Burberry's revenue grew year-on-year by 11%, to $780 million, during the quarter just ended. [WWD]

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