Saks Fifth Avenue’s Dior Exclusive, British Vogue’s New Hire

by Aria Darcella

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Saks Gets the Retail Scoop on Dior Homme (WWD)
Mark your calendars, menswear fans: select Saks Fifth Avenue locations will sell Kim Jones’ debut collection for Dior Homme as of January 16. This is quite a scoop for the department store, as it will be two weeks ahead of other retailers. Of course if you really want to get the jump on Jones’ collection just head to a stand-alone Dior boutique, where the line is already available.


Jill Demling Heads to British Vogue (Instagram)
Former Vogue entertainment editor Jill Demling will stay in the Condé fold after all. On Tuesday she announced that she is joining the British Vogue team as entertainment director at large. “Finally I can share my news,” she wrote on Instagram. “I am so excited to be working with my friend, the brilliant @edward_enninful! He and his team are pushing boundaries and producing a beautiful magazine that makes you stop and think.” Demling left her position as entertainment director of American Vogue last October. She had been with the title for 20 years.


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Givenchy Returns to Menswear Calendar With a ’70s Inspired Collection
When Clare Waight Keller initially took over as artistic director of Givenchy, she presented the house’s men’s and womenswear collections on a co-ed runway. This season she has returned the menswear line to the Paris men’s fashion calendar. The collection has a distinctly ’70s vibe, with slim tailoring, flared trousers, and a dash of embellishment.

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A New Fiorucci Documentary Shows What it Takes to Relaunch a Brand (Dazed)
Just because a defunct brand has a cult following or an iconic history doesn’t mean it will be easy to re-introduce it to a new audience. A new documentary coming to M2M will highlight the process, showing what it took to revive the ’70s label Fiorucci. You Will Be With Us In Paradise not only covers the tricky business of bringing a brand back, but also delves into the history of Fiorucci, and what it meant to fans. It also looks pretty funny. Check out the trailer, below:

The Grammy Awards Confirm Host (Jezebel)
It’s official: Alicia Keys will host the Grammy Awards on February 10. Click here to see the nominees. Good luck, Alicia!


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