September 1 2014

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H&M Reportedly Doing A Luxury Brand, R.J. Cutler’s Latest Project, Pierre Bergé Says Slimane Has A Challenge Ahead Of Him, And More…


H&M reportedly has a luxury brand in the works, according to WWD. Though the Swedish retailer has “neither confirmed nor denied it,” the project is rumored to include designer Behnaz Aram, formerly of the Swedish label Whyred. [WWD]

The husband-and-wife design duo behind Clements Ribeiro, Inacio Ribeiro and Suzanne Clements, have collaborated with Evans on a line for curvy women. Of the print-heavy collection, they say: “For our first range we addressed the different body shapes, with styles which are accessible but modern, with an emphasis on prints and femininity.” [Telegraph]

Direct R.J. Cutler, the man behind The September Issue, is now casting for the film adaption of the 1986 book Fabulous Nobodies. Cutler (along with producers Julie Anne Quay and Gail Lyon) is looking for a chic twentysomething actress to fill the role of Reality Nirvana Tuttle, “a fashion-obsessed door girl at a downtown nightclub in eighties Manhattan.” [WWD]

Yves Saint Laurent’s former partner Pierre Bergé has spoken about Hedi Slimane’s appointment as YSL’s new creative director for the first time since it was announced. Bergé says Slimane has a challenge ahead of him: “It’s a great problem, very complicated to recreate the work of a genius. Like trying to rewrite Faulkner,” he says. [Vogue U.K.]

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