How many feathers were featured in Cardi B's Met Gala look?
The singer arrived in an elaborate Thom Browne dress and it. Had. Everything. There were feathers — 30,000 of them according to Vogue. There were sequins. Her quilted train was so long and heavy it required the assistance of several grown men to sort out. Apparently 35 people worked on the ensemble.
Tyra Banks returned to the cover of the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition this week. What year did she first appear on the cover?
The Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Edition hit newsstands with three covers: Alex Morgan, a US National Women’s Soccer team star and Olympic gold medalist; Camille Kostek, the 2018 SI Swimsuit Model Search winner; and Tyra Banks, who came out of modeling retirement for the shoot. Banks’ first SI Swimsuit Edition cover was in 1996.
Tom Ford and the CFDA have shorted New York Fashion Week. How long is it now?
The CFDA’s new chairman, Tom Ford, has cut NYFW down to five days and five nights. In addition to making the week less complicated, he’s hoping to attract more international press and buyers. The new calendar will go into effect for the Spring 2020 show season, which runs in September.
Kendall Jenner has trademarked two names for potential beauty lines. What are they?
Hot off the heels of launching Moon, an upscale oral care brand, Kendall Jenner is apparently looking to launch her own beauty line. WWD reports that last week Jenner filed trademarks on “Kendall” and “Kendall Jenner” across product categories like fragrances, skincare, makeup, haircare, and more.
Which beauty brand is Brooke Shields suing for using her name on an eyebrow pencil?
Brooke Shields is known for her eyebrows, but that doesn’t mean she wants brands to name products in tribute to her facial features. At least not without her permission. According to The Fashion Law Shields is suing Charlotte Tilbury over an eyebrow pencil named the “Brooke S.”
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