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Karl Lagerfeld Is Launching a Beauty Collection (WWD)
Karl Lagerfeld (the brand, not the man, obviously) is launching a capsule collection with L’Oréal Paris in September. Lagerfeld himself is said to have initiated the collaboration. “This line of makeup truly reflects the Karl Lagerfeld brand universe and what Karl loved in makeup,” Caroline Lebar, head of image and communication at Karl Lagerfeld, told WWD.
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Jacquemus Celebrates 10 Years With an Anniversary Show
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.
The show was Jacquemus at his best. Between slinky knitwear and structured oversized pieces, the designer has cultivated a signature aesthetic that evokes a leisurely lifestyle while having enough quirks to get fashion nerds excited. While his accessories normally steal the spotlight — hello, oversized hats and comically small bags — his clothes certainly deserve equal praise. Here’s to the next 10 years!
Harley Weir Shoots Ferragamo’s New Campaign
Hero Fiennes-Tiffin and Liya Kebede star in Salvatore Ferragamo’s Fall campaign, shot by British photographer Harley Weir. “As I was walking through the city every day to prepare for that show, I started peeking into the doorways of the buildings as I passed. I realized Milan is full of hidden architectural treasures,” says creative director Paul Andrew of the shoot’s locations. “I decided to showcase some of these special secret sites in our campaign. Not unlike Salvatore Ferragamo, Milan is place of great discretion but also deep cultural and artistic sophistication.”
SAG-AFTRA Commemorates Stonewall With a Lavish Dinner
Last night in Manhattan, SAG-AFTRA held a dinner at Club Cumming to mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising. Alan Cumming, Grant Shaffer, Patricia Clarkson, Debbie Harry, Julianna Margulies, Zachary Quinto, and Michael Stipe were among the evening’s other co-hosts. The dinner was also attended by Stacy Lentz, co-owner of the Stonewall Inn and co-founder of the Stonewall Inn Gives Back Initiative, as well as Justin Theroux, Donna Karan, Katie Couric, Cynthia Rowley, and Dita Von Teese.
“Diversity and inclusion are more than just words to us. They are literally written in to the SAG-AFTRA mission statement by our leadership,” reads a statement from SAG-AFTRA. “Our LGBT Committee was founded in 2007 and has led important internal initiatives including the first-ever primary research study of LGBTQ actors. The initial phase was conducted with our membership and it was then expanded to include members of actors unions around the world.
Marc Bouwer Celebrates Pride at Troy Liquor Bar
On Friday night, designer Marc Bouwer celebrated Pride and his birthday at Troy Liquor Bar in the Meatpacking District with a party hosted by The Daily‘s Betsy Jones. Guests enjoyed Tito’s cocktails and played games of pool and Skee-Ball in between trips to the dance floor.