Mary Tyler Moore’s Impact on Fashion, Meet Marc Jacobs’ Latest Muse

by Sydney Sadick

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

Mary Tyler Moore’s Impact on Fashion [The New York Times]
Yesterday, beloved television star Mary Tyler Moore, 80, died in Greenwich, Connecticut. Here’s a look back at how she changed the fashion game in the ’70s.

Meet Marc Jacobs’ Latest Muse  [Vogue]
Marc Jacobs has tapped Frances Bean Cobain—the daughter of rock legends Kurt Cobain and Courtney Love—to star in his brand’s Spring/Summer 2017 campaign.

Who What Wear Heads to NYFW [Who What Wear]
The fashion site under the Clique Media umbrella is headed to New York ahead of New York Fashion Week to host its own runway show on February 8. Expect a curation of spring and summer 2017 trends from various brands.

All the Commercials You Can Watch Before Super Bowl 51 [Harper’s Bazaar]
Some advertisers are cutting the wait short and are showing ads before the big game on February 5…

How Leah Chernikoff Came to Run [Fashionista]’s editorial director Leah Chernikoff breaks down how she went from studying for the LSAT to running the glossy’s website.

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1 comment

Leatrice Eiseman January 26, 2017 - 8:11 PM

Actually, Norman Todd was the primary designer for MTM’s clothes on Mary’s show. I loved his clothes and emulated her look all during my early career girl years. He was based in L.A and I finally got admitted into his showroom where I could actually purchase some of the outfits (wholesale.) Fabulous lines and looks– with a vertical seam down the back of the pants that did great things for the derriere.


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