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Raf Simons Officially at Calvin Klein [Business of Fashion]
It’s official: Raf Simons has been named chief creative officer of Calvin Klein, the company confirmed today.
Was Rachel Roy Hacked by the Beyhive? [TMZ]
Reports show that the designer filed a complaint to the LAPD a few days after the “Lemonade” drama. Roy believes her Gmail and iCloud accounts had been hacked and that her cellphone number was changed without her permission. Yikes!
Author Uses Vogue Internship as Basis of New Novel [Page Six]
Thirteen years after Anna Wintour’s assistant Lauren Weisberger’s “The Devil Wears Prada,” ex-Vogue intern R.J. Hernández’s “An Innocent Fashion” shows that he’s taken inspiration from his experience at the glossy, too.
Sophia Webster Partners with the British Fashion Council [Vogue UK]
Sophia Webster has partnered with the British Fashion Council to design a tote bag for the upcoming London Fashion Weekend that takes place the week after the annual September London Fashion Week showcase.
What Will Raf Simons’ Calvin Klein Look Like? [Vogue]
Ten Vogue editors weigh in…