The Daily Roundup: Who Will Leave Vogue Now that Grace Is Gone? Raf Simons’ Tribute to David Lynch

by Sydney Sadick

Vogue EIC Anna Wintour and creative director Grace Coddington attend the Ralph Lauren Fall 2015 NYFW show

Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here…

Will Everybody Leave Vogue with Grace Coddington Gone? [Page Six]
After stepping down from her role as Vogue‘s creative director to pursue outside interests—a move similar to former Vogue-er André Leon Talley—insiders are wondering if Anna Wintour is going to do the same.

Raf Simons’ Tribute to David Lynch [Business of Fashion]
Intel on Raf Simons’ show, Nightmares and Dreams, which was dedicated to director David Lynch in honor of his 70th birthday, according to the designer.

Saint Laurent Settles Ain’t Laurent Lawsuit [Vogue UK]
YSL has settled its lawsuit against parody T-shirt company What About Yves for producing merchandise emblazoned with “Ain’t Laurent Without Yves,” a reaction to Hedi Slimane‘s decision to rebrand the company and drop the forename.

Hermès’ Apple Collection Goes Online [The Source]
The Hermès Apple Watch Collection, which has been available in Apple stores since October, will now available online beginning this Friday through the Apple and Hermès websites.

Dover Street Market Gets a Spring Cleaning [New York Times]
Two times a year, the store undergoes what it dubs a “New Beginning,” where it closes all its seven floors to, almost overnight, switch out its visual displays and brands.

Bloomingdales to Open in Kuwait [Luxury Daily]

Bank of China Surrenders Records in Gucci Counterfeit Case [Business of Fashion]

Only Cara Delevingne Wears Sneakers to Meet POTUS [Vogue]

Gigi Hadid Has the Best Street Style on the Planet [Yahoo! Style]

Instagram Cofounder and CEO Kevin Systrom Marries in Napa [Vogue]

Rebecca Taylor Releases Navajo Collection [Racked]

Sophia Loren Stars in D&G’s New Beauty Campaign [Harper’s Bazaar] 

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