Ready for more Kyle Anderson? We had a feeling. Marie Claire’s accessories director checked in with us to offer up his top ten of the week. Take it away, K-Dog! “Bonjour from Geneva, the watch capital of the world, where I am attending the SIHH watch show this week previewing all of the new, fabulous watches of 2013 from some of my favorite brands, like Cartier, Piaget, Van Cleef, and Panerai.
(NEW YORK) Kate Hudson is the latest celebrity to turn designer [Telegraph UK]
The starlet is creating a capsule collection for Ann Taylor
Cheap Chic: H&M To Hold First Runway Show In Years [Refinery29]
H&M is coming back to the runway on February 27 at the MusÃ©e Rodin
InStyle, Marie Claire, Bazaar Post Record-Breaking Ad Pages for March 2013 [Fashionista]
Ad Week is reporting that March ad pages are up from 2012
First Look At Oscar De La Renta’s First – And Largest! – London Store [Grazia Daily]
Step inside Oscar’s first UK flagship store
Coach Is Coming For Your Closet With Ready-to-Wear Launch [Racked]
The brand is undergoing an evolution from accessories maker to lifestyle brand
A radiant Heidi Klum covers the February issue of Marie Claire on newsstands January 15th. Klum is kind enough to offer some sex advice to their readers: â€œSome people are more experimental in bed and others are more boring,” she explains. “If you are wild and crazy, bring it on so the other person is well aware that you have little devil horns that come out every once in a while.
Byron Regej, formerly senior art director at Los Angeles, has been named design director at Marie Claire…Erin Flaherty, formerly executive beauty editor at Marie Claire, has been named beauty and health director at the publication…Ying Chu, formerly beauty and health director at Marie Claire, has been named executive beauty director at Glamour.
Glamour has found the worthy successor from the halls of Hearst for the executive beauty director role in wake of Felicia Milewicz’s November 2012 departure: Ying Chu is decamping from Marie Claire to take the top-tier gig. Chu will join the 4 Times Square glossy in late January after five years as beauty and health director at Marie Claire. Chu’s industry entrÃ© was as an intern at Flare in the beauty ed’s native Canadaâ€”she was born in Shanghai, bred in British Columbia, and educated at Ryerson University. Before joining MC in 2007, Chu spent a year apiece at Vogue and Seventeen after a stint at erstwhile mag Suede, started by Chu’s former boss at Flare.
Leah Karp has been named accessories director at InStyle, replacing Meggan Crum, who left the magazine last Friday to pursue freelance projects. Karp most recently served as accessories director at Allure, a position she has held since joining the title in 2005. From 2003 to 2005, she was senior accessories editor at Marie Claire. Karp will report directly to InStyle fashion director Cindy Weber Cleary.
Marie Claire’s EIC Joanna Coles is back with more tips on how to become a tech expert and her thoughts on Facebook.