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Moschino Announces Beauty Collection for Sephora (Instagram)
Jeremy Scott took to Instagram to reveal his latest project for Moschino: a beauty collection. Keeping in line with the brand’s cheeky aesthetic, Scott has designed the collection to look like office supplies. An eyeshadow palate resembles a laptop; Brushes look like pencils; and lipglosses look like markers. The collection will launch April 25 at 9am online and in Sephora stores across the USA and Canada.
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Moncler CEO Shuts Down Sale Rumors (Business of Fashion)
Apparently no one is looking to buy Moncler. And even if they were, chairman and CEO Remo Ruffini doesn’t seem interested it giving it up. “It would seem to me a shame to be selling now,” he said. Ruffini is excited to see what will happen with the company in the next few years.
Yucaipa Cos. Allegedly Looking to Sell Stake in Zac Posen (WWD)
Rumors are swirling that investment firm Yucaipa Cos. could be looking to sell its stake of House of Z, Zac Posen’s company that includes his Zac Posen, Zac Zac Posen, and Truly Zac Posen lines. “We believe there are exciting opportunities to explore,” a representative for the firm told WWD. “We remain supportive of the brand.”
Pyer Moss Celebrates Pop-Up Shop With a Film Screening
Designer Kerby Jean-Raymond had a lot to celebrate over the weekend. In addition to hosting a limited-run pop-up shop — which included his newest Reebok collaboration — the designer screened a deeply personal short film. Seven Mothers is a semi-autobiographical story exploring Jean-Raymond’s childhood, the loss of his mother, and the women who filled the void after her passing. “Our short film Seven Mothers focuses on going back to normalcy after tragedy, a community, and having faith,” Jean-Raymond told the audience. “Director X wrote the story based on my own experience with the death of my mother when I was 7 years old.”
Disneynature and The Cinema Society Celebrates Penguins
The Penguins premiere was a family movie date for many guests. Attendees like Liev Schreiber, Edie Falco, Josh Lucas brought their kids along, who enjoyed penguin-themed face painting. Ed Helms, who narrates the documentary, was there to present the film on Sunday morning in Manhattan. He was joined by Dr. Jane Goodall.