September 1 2014

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B Is For Cookie, Jason Wu Channels Jean And Jett, And More…


Band of Outsiders’ Web site has always been home to a few blogs—from one documenting the brand’s collaboration with Lego to ones keeping fans posted on ad campaigns and label goings-on—but the latest may be our favorite yet: It’s dedicated to the love of cookies. Why? “If you don’t like cookies, you might not have a soul,” reads the header. We can’t disagree, especially not when there are shots posted of handsome gentlemen like the one at left, duded out in a Band bowtie and snacking on a Band/Momofuku Milk Bar cookie. []

Jason Wu’s first sunglasses, made in collaboration with Modo, hit stores this month. The five initial styles include looks inspired by Nouvelle Vague gamine Jean Seberg, aviator Amelia Earhart, and Joan Jett. Sounds like Jason’s been keeping a close watch on the trends and flicks of the moment, huh? [FWD]

Narciso Rodriguez is opening a new store, but we’re guessing the rent is pretty affordable—this one is on eBay. The designer has created a lower-priced, eight-piece capsule collection, including dresses, tops, coats, and one denim suit. As eBay might say: Buy It Now! [WWD]

Pour a little out for the Weinstein Bros.: Disney announced the closure of Miramax, the studio they founded, today. The brothers themselves had since moved on, but over the years, Miramax produced such stylish films as Prêt-à-Porter, 54, Velvet Goldmine, and The Talented Mr. Ripley. [EW]

Juicy Couture creative directors Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor are stepping down from their roles to become creative consultants to the Liz Claiborne-owned line. But who will design the velour sweatpants now? [Fashionista]