August 20 2014

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America’s Next Top Model, Italian-Style; Naomi Campbell To Take The Stand?; Devi Without Devi; And More…


Sad news from Devi Kroell: She’s leaving the line that bears her name. [WWD]

The incentive to smize just got a lot bigger. Contestants on the next season of America’s Next Top Model—which, 14 cycles in, is somehow still on—will compete for a cover of Vogue Italia instead of the usual Seventeen. Practice with Tyra, ladies! [NY Post]

Let the outfit-counting begin. Sex and the City 2 doesn’t come out until next week, but the watchers have already gotten a hold of all of SJP’s outfits from the film—and out of 41 outfits, five are Halston. We’ve consulted our staff mathematicians, and this works out to 12.19 percent. Which, incidentally, might just be SJP’s share in Halston. (We kid, of course—she’s probably got more.) [Racked]

Naomi Campbell may be called to testify in the war crimes trial of former Liberian president Charles Taylor, who allegedly gave her a small fortune in raw diamonds during a visit to Nelson Mandela’s South African estate. We’re 100 percent sure (those trusty staff mathematicians again!) that this is the wrong question to ask, but…what will she wear? [Vogue U.K.]

And speaking of warlords, one is apparently making a posthumous appearance in an ad campaign for a Sicilian clothing label. A bus stop ad depicts Adolf Hitler shilling clothing, albeit somewhat inadvertently. (“Change Your Style—Don’t Follow Your Leader.”) We would have thought this was more obvious than obvious, but apparently it bears repeating: No. No, no, no, no, no. [Gawker]

Photo: Martin Roe / Retna