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September 1 2014

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Cardin Keeps On, Dries Gives One To The Guys, Brad Goreski To Start His Own Project, And More…

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Pierre Cardin may be 88, but he isn’t slowing down. The designer is celebrating the sixtieth (!) anniversary of his label with his first runway show in a decade, and the kids are still picking up his pieces—Lady Gaga recently wore one of his dresses on a video shoot. “I have always designed very provocative clothes for young people,” the designer told WWD. Like those young whippersnappers, the Beatles and the Stones. [WWD]

Dries Van Noten showed his women’s collection in Paris today, but his male fans have reason to celebrate, too: The designer has just opened his first standalone men’s store in the city of light, which will be the only place to sell his new evening collection. [WWD]

Stop the presses—er, reality-TV cameras: Brad Goreski (left), the bespectacled, 33-year-old stylist assistant/BFF to Rachel Zoe, is leaving her company to branch off on his own. [People StyleWatch]

And Daisy Lowe may be a fashion plate now—and the face of the newly-relaunced (again) Biba—but she wasn’t always into clothes. “My mother always wore fishnets and see-through dresses, so I rebelled against clothes for a long time,” she told The Telegraph. “I was like Saffy from Absolutely Fabulous—I would tuck my vest into my knickers.” [Telegraph]

Photo: Joe Schildhorn / Billy Farrell Agency

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