August 28 2014

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Bartlett For Her, Zac For Cheap, Bar For The Service?, And More…


After several years concentrating on the men’s market, John Bartlett will once again design womenswear, putting a few women’s looks into his men’s show in New York next month. (A few sketches are pictured, left.) The looks will be inspired by “strong women,” including, in particular, Russian Constructivist artists Lyubov Popova and Varvara Stepanova. Smart move, John: design for where the money is. [WWD]

First images of Zac Posen’s line for Target have hit the Web. What to expect? Flirty dresses, two maillots, one office-ready suit, and madcap rioting at your local Target store come April 25 to get to ‘em. [Fashionista]

Annie Leibovitz has settled the suit brought against her by an Italian photographer who claimed that the beleaguered lenswoman passed off his work as her own. She’s still got 99 problems, of course, but an Italian litigant ain’t one. [Page Six]

In international relations, an Israeli general is claiming that Bar Refaeli shirked her requisite army service. In Refaeli’s defense, we imagine all of her swimsuit and Victoria’s Secret shots have amply and patriotically served the men of the Israeli army for years. [NY Post]