Peter Dundas Departs Roberto Cavalli, How Fashion Is a Victim of Its Own Oversharing

by Kristen Heinzinger
Peter Dundas

Peter Dundas Departs Roberto Cavalli [GQ]
After just 19 months at the brand, creative director Peter Dundas is departing Roberto Cavalli, which is beginning a company-wide reorganization under its recently hired CEO Gian Giacomo Ferraris.

How Fashion Is a Victim of Its Own Oversharing [The New York Times]
Vanessa Friedman looks at how the fashion industry’s oversharing on the Internet might be its downfall—from Kim Kardashian’s robbery to Hedi Slimane’s Twitter rant and beyond.

Christopher Kane Appoints New CEO [Vogue UK]
Kering announced that Nikolas Talonpoika will replace Sara Cook as CEO at Christopher Kane, effective today.

CoverGirl Taps First Male Spokesmodel [Cosmopolitan]
Covergirl spokesmodel Katy Perry broke the news on Instagram that 17-year-old viral makeup guru James Charles is the first “COVERBOY.”

Kim Kardashian Sues for Defamation [The Hollywood Reporter]
The KUWTK star is suing and its owner Fred Mwangaguhunga for libel, after it claimed she faked her infamous robbery in Paris.


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