The Daily Roundup: Grace Coddington to Step Down, Kendall & Cara Turn to Wax

by Sydney Sadick
Grace Coddington
Grace Coddington

Anna Wintour, Grace Coddington, Kendall Jenner front row at Calvin Klein Collection SS16 Show


Read today’s daily dose of chic intel right here…

Grace Coddington to Step Down [Business of Fashion]
The former model who served as Vogue’s creative director for nearly 30 years is stepping down, but will retain an office at 1 WTC and is contracted to create four editorial spreads each year.

Kendall and Cara Transform Into Wax Figures [Vogue UK]
Madam Tussaud’s London is turning mods Kendall Jenner and Cara Delevigne into wax figurines for the museum’s special London Fashion Week experience.

Daphne Guinness Taps Into Music [Telegraph UK]
A look at the fashion icon’s just-released music video for her new single “The Long Now.” The pal of Karl Lagerfeld also announced the release of her debut album, which she worked on with David Bowie’s longtime producer Tony Visconti.

Barney’s Settles Discrimination Lawsuit [Reuters]
The New York-based retailer has agreed to settle a lawsuit brought by a man who said he was racially profiled while shopping at the luxury Manhattan department store and questioned by police about a purchase.

The Teenager Behind Saint Laurent’s Most Coveted Menswear [Vogue]
Meet Lucia Santina Ribisi, the 18-year-old artist who is responsible for the black bomber jacket with “baby” across the entirely sequined back, a standout in Hedi Slimane’s SS16 men’s collection for Saint Laurent.

Kering Group Collabs with Sundance [Luxury Daily]

Lucky Blue Smith Is Killing It In Milan [New York Times]

JW Anderson Won’t Open Stores [Business of Fashion]

Ariana Grande Launches Exclusive Fragrance [Pret-a-Reporter]

Dior Gets Romantic for SS16 [The Cut]

H&M to Launch Organic Beauty Product [StyleCaster]

Hillary Clinton Ends the Clothing Conversation [New York Times]

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