Which of these celebrities is not participating in Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn’s new TV show, Making the Cut?
Anyone who missed Heidi Klum and Tim Gunn on this season of Project Runway should get excited — the duo are returning to TV. Making the Cut, a new fashion competition program, will air on Amazon Prime Video in 2020. Naomi Campbell, Nicole Richie, Carine Roitfeld, and Joseph Altuzarra will all be participating in the show as judges and guest judges.
Which sneaker brand just announced a sustainable version of its most iconic shoe?
Converse is releasing an eco-friendly version of its iconic Chuck Taylor sneakers. The Converse Renew collection will be made from recycled plastics, denim, and cotton. The first run of shoes — made from recycled PET — will be available July 5th. Converse partnered with First Mile, which “purchases plastic bottles from developing countries” for the PET line, and worked to mimic the feel of its traditional canvas.
Nylon has a new owner. Who is it?
Bustle Digital Group has acquired Nylon, and plans to bring back the magazine’s print edition for special major events like Coachella. “Nylon’s bold and colorful legacy has developed a cult-like status over the years,” said Bryan Goldberg, CEO and founder of BDG. “We’ve been interested in this property for a long time. We felt it was a natural fit for our portfolio. It’s a model of influential beauty and fashion brands.”
Jacquemus held a 10th anniversary show last weekend. What color was the runway?
Simon Porte Jacquemus held a special show in Valensole, France to celebrate the 10th anniversary of his brand. On a gorgeous pink runway, amid a field of lavender, the designer presented his men’s and women’s collections together for the first time.
What did Emily Ratajkowski study at UCLA?
"I went to UCLA for art, so I have always been a pretty good craftsman," she told The Daily Summer. "I design everything [for my collection]. Everything for me is taken from inspiration. Then I literally just have a notebook where I sketch out [the looks] and work with the factories to build the samples. Then we really just go from there."
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