August 30 2014

styledotcom In honor of the #USOpen, 19 of the greatest tennis fashion moments:

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NC On CNBC, Guinness’ Twitter Find: Hogan McLaughlin, Vionnet Costumes From W.E. at Harvey Nichols, And More…


Next week, Naomi Campbell will be the subject of the CNBC Meets series. During the 30-minute episode, she talks about her mentors, like Bob Marley and Quincy Jones, her childhood in South London, and her charity work. The show will air September 28. [CNBC]

Alexander McQueen, Gareth Pugh, and Hogan who? Hogan McLaughlin is probably not a name you are familiar with just yet, but the 22-year-old designer’s work is sitting in very good company at Daphne Guinness’ new FIT exhibit. That should certainly help with the young designer’s next goal of landing his work at high-end retail stores. [WWD]

Polaroids from the likes of Andy Warhol, Helmut Newton, and Robert Mapplethorpe have been compiled in a new book, From Polaroid to Impossible…, featuring over 4,500 photos. The project originally began in the late sixties when Polaroid founder Edwin Land asked more than 800 artists to photograph anything they wanted on Polaroid film. [Hint]

The Vionnet costumes from the Madonna-directed film W.E. are now on display at Harvey Nichols. The retailer is showing off the thirties-esque pieces from the Wallis Simpson biopic through September 30. [Vogue U.K.]

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