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Donatella Versace on the Changing Fashion Calendar [Vogue UK]
Donatella Versace has given a clear verdict on what she thinks about the ever-changing fashion calendar: “The calendar is in shambles; I am fed up with this system.”
Glamsquad Hires New CEO [Fashionista]
The on-demand beauty service scheduling app has named former CEO of Corepower Yoga Amy Shecter as its new chief executive officer. She will replace co-founder Alexandra Wilkis Wilson, who will serve as a strategic advisor.
Rare Princess Diana Dresses Bought by a British Museum [Harper’s Bazaar]
An unnamed British museum bought two of Princess Diana’s most famous outfits at an auction held by Kerry Taylor Auctions in an effort to eventually exhibit a collection of regal clothing.
Constance Jablonski Took Over Laduree’s Kitchen [Vogue ]
Intel on Constance Jablonski taking over Laduree’s kitchen for a master class in macaron-making with children from the Urban Dove organization, for which she serves as an ambassador.
Missy Elliot Leads Marc Jacobs Campaign [Racked]
A look at the first images of Marc Jacobs’ Fall 2016 campaign starring Missy Elliot, artist Genesis P-Orridge, Sissy Spacek, and a range of mods including Grace Bol, Ally Ertel, and Binx Walton.