At last eve’s third annual WSJ. Innovator Awards at the MoMA, Gisele BÃ¼ndchen was on hand to a) fete the mag’s November issue, which she appears on the cover of, flanked by Daft Punk b) saunter on stage during the Awards with the helmet-clad musicians as they got honored c) look ravishing in a spangled, plunging midnight blue Versace mini.
With an early call time of 2 a.m., Josie Natori debuted her N Natori collection live on HSN this morning. The desginer created a brightly-hued ready-to-wear collection in an assortment of flattering silhouettes, complimented with a selection of her signature loungewear for ladies of all shapes and sizes. It seems Natori is settling into the television lifestyle just fine. BY DENA SILVER
We spotted chicly gussied-up, chapeau-sporting Sarah Kate Watson-Baik at show after show, interviewing all the front row folks the crowds got into tizzies over (and being interviewed and photographed aplenty as well). Finally, curiosity took over and a between-shows chat was in store. Turns out, Watson-Baik is a West Coast-bred expat, hat designer, stylist, and TV host with some intriguing insights on becoming a Seoulite.
Joan Collins talks to Michael Musto for Out magazine about her mass appeal in the gay community. “Gay people love glamorous women, and I think Iâ€™m glamorous,” she explains. “And Iâ€™m not blowing my own trumpet, but Iâ€™ve been told it often enough. Also, they know Iâ€™m a nice person, haha.” Love! She also comments on the secret to her longevity in the business.
Didn’t see this coming…Meredith Melling Burke has departed Vogue where she’s been a part of the family since 1997, reports WWD’s Erik Maza. The senior market editor and occasional Vogue talking head on the daytime TV circuit will be pursuing an unknown venture with Vogue bookings editor Valerie Boster, who is also leaving the glossy.
Wâ€™s multitasking style and fashion director, Edward Enninful, kicked off his career at i-D at the tender age of 18 and hasnâ€™t stopped since. Along with his day job at W, heâ€™s one of the most in-demand stylists in the biz. Now, about that tweet …
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One of the former founding partners of J Brand, Susie Crippen filled us in on her new line, Crippen, as well as her full bevy of must-haves (from TV shows to exercise regimen to toothpaste of choice!). Firstly, letâ€™s meet Susieâ€¦
An articulate and healthy-looking John Galliano sat down with Charlie Rose on PBS last night for his first TV interview since the incident that ruined his career. “I apologize. And I am trying to make amends in the best way that I can,” Galliano told him. Rose’s show has released a small snippet of the interview. You can also watch the entire the entire (almost an hour-long) video on their site.
Lauren Conrad covers the July issue of Marie Claire on stands June 18th and tells them what she thinks of bitchy cable TV shows and club life. â€œIt feels done for me,” she explains. “Iâ€™m OK with it being doneâ€¦I destroyed my voice when I moved to L.A. There are polyps all over my vocal chords because I was in a lot of loud places. If you listen to the first episode of Laguna, my voice is completely different.
Daphne Guinness Unveils Music Video For Her Debut Single [Styleite]
The socialite has released a music video by Nick Knight for her debut single Fatal Flaw
John Galliano Secures TV Interview With Charlie Rose [The Telegraph]
It’s been confirmed that the designer will film an hour long interview with the TV host this Wednesday
Losing Fashion, Finding God: The Ex-Models Who Go Evangelical [NYMag]
Young models who found disillusionment in the cut-throat modeling biz now turn to God
Isabel Marant To Design A Collection For H&M [Business Of Fashion]
The Parisian designer is the latest to be signed on for a collection with H&M that will debut November 14th
Stefano Pilati Puts The Art Back Into Fashion [Vogue UK]
The designer will host an artistic installation in Milan to celebrate his debut collection for Ermenegildo Zegna