The Daily Roundup: America’s Next Top Model Could be Saved, Maria Pinto Builds a Fashion Empire

by Sydney Sadick

Your daily dose of chic intel has arrived! Read on for our roster of must-read tidbits…   

America’s Next Top Model Could be Saved [Vogue UK]
Although the CW cancelled ANTM after 22 seasons, VH1 has made moves to save the series. But, it is unclear whether Tyra Banks, who has been at the helm of the model search for 12 years, will return.

Maria Pinto Builds a Fashion Empire [Fashionista]
A look at how the Chicago-based designer, and fave of First Lady Michelle Obama, is continuing to build her fashion empire with a fresh new label and storefront, M2057.

How Fashion Shaped Penélope Cruz’s Film Career [Vogue]
In honor of the upcoming Zoolander 2, Vogue flashbacks to some of the actress’s most fashionable roles.

Trey Laird: Master of the American Brand [Business of Fashion]
Creative director and founder of Laird + Partners, Trey Laird, dishes about crafting brand communications for some of the biggest labels in fashion, ranging from Tom Ford to Gap.

EOS Lip Balm Sued [CNBC]
The lip balm brand, otherwise know as the Evolution of Smooth, is “anything but smooth,” according to a lawsuit filed in Los Angeles. Yikes!

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