The Daily Roundup: Kenzo Founder Receives Honor from France, Why Nike Could Sue Kanye

by Sydney Sadick

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

Kenzo Founder Receives Special Honor from France [Fashion Times]
Japanese fashion designer Kenzo Takada was named a Knight of the Legion of Honor, which is France’s highest civilian award.

Why Nike Could Sue Kanye West [Vogue UK]
While Kanye West has a long-running feud with Nike, the release of the singer’s new single Facts might trigger legal action by the footwear brand as a result of arguably damaging lyrics.

Lily Rose Depp Covers Love Magazine [Grazia UK]
The daughter of Vanessa Paradis and Johnny Depp has landed her first glossy cover (at 16!) for the February issue of LOVE Magazine. Model to watch, indeed!

Thom Browne Brings a Designer’s Eye to Cooper Hewitt Museum [The New York Times]
This March, designer Thom Browne’s exhibition “Thom Browne Selects” will open at the Cooper Hewitt, Smithsonian Design Museum on Fifth Avenue, and the general public will finally get to experience his “theatrical sensibility” firsthand.

Chelsea Clinton to Host a SoulCycle Fundraiser [ELLE]
For a cool $2,700, you can ride with Chelsea Clinton on January 27 at SoulCycle’s Tribeca studio to support her mom Hillary Clinton in her presidential bid.

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