August 27 2014

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13 posts tagged "Amy Winehouse"

In London, An Exhibition Double Whammy


Today, it was revealed that a pair of decidedly dichotomous fashion exhibitions will bow in London this summer. On July 4, Kensington Palace—which served as Princess Di’s home from 1981 until her death—will open Fashion Rules: Dress From the Collections of HM The Queen, Princess Margaret, and Diana, Princess of Wales. (July is also the month Kate Middleton is due). The show’s curators promise that the royal wares will offer a fresh take on the tale of the twentieth-century monarchy. Meanwhile, London’s Jewish Museum will remember a very different kind of icon: In honor of what would have been the late Amy Winehouse’s thirtieth birthday, the institution will launch a July show celebrating the musician’s talent and retro, vampy style. Her guitar, unseen photographs, record collection, and, of course, wardrobe will all be on view.

Photo: Samir Hussein/ Getty Images

Gisele’s 5-Year-Old Designer Niece; Michael Kors Expands In China; Virtual Tupac, Coming To A Stage Near You?; And More…


Meet little Duda Bündchen (pictured), the 5-year-old niece of Gisele Bündchen. Duda already has modeling gigs under her belt, and now she’s trying her hand at designing (talk about a “young designer”) a collection for the Brazilian brand Brandili Mundi. [Huff Po]

Michael Kors has opened his largest store in China. The new 2,400-square-foot shop in Beijing is one of five of the designer’s Chinese retail outposts, with offerings that include accessories and ready-to-wear. [WWD]

After Jean Paul Gaultier sent his Amy Winehouse-inspired Spring Couture collection down the runway, the late singer’s dad, Mitch, called it “an insult.” For the first time since then, Gaultier has talked publicly about the collection: “I was surprised when she died that no one in fashion did an homage to her,” he told VogueTV over the weekend. “Her look was fabulous, fantastic—it was unique.” [Vogue U.K.]

When Snoop Dogg and Dr. Dre took the stage at Coachella this weekend, they performed with a hologram of Tupac Shakur. Reportedly, the two are in talks on a joint tour that would regularly include the virtual Tupac. [Rolling Stone]

Photo: Courtesy of Brandili Mundi

Alexa Chung For Superga, Winehouse Family Upset By JPG Show, A First Look At Marni’s H&M Collection, And More…


Alexa Chung was the face of Superga’s Spring campaign last year, and she has taken up the role once more this season. Guy Aroch photographed Chung, who styled the shoot under the brand’s easy instructions: “Go create.” [Telegraph]

Amy Winehouse’s dad, Mitch Winehouse, has spoken out against Jean Paul Gaultier’s latest Couture show, calling it “in bad taste.” Of his Winehouse tribute, Gaultier tells WWD, “I think Amy Winehouse was truly a fashion icon” and said that he felt compelled to celebrate her look. [WWD]

Marni’s H&M collection isn’t out until March, but the first campaign image appears to have leaked on The Fashion Spot. The image shows a shiny print number. [Huff Po]

Oscar-winning actor Colin Firth received his CBE today at Buckingham Palace. Prince Charles made him a CBE for his services to drama. [Vogue U.K.]

Photo: Superga / Guy Aroch

Sienna Miller Cast As A Hitchcock Girl, Amy Winehouse’s Final Fred Perry Collection On Sale Now, And More…


Sienna Miller has been cast as Tippi Hedren, the Hitchcock actress who appeared in The Birds, in a new film called The Girl. Hitchcock was reportedly obsessed with her and “made repeated sexual advances towards her.” [Vogue U.K.]

It certainly was a banner year for Michael Kors. The designer, who celebrated the 30th anniversary of his brand this year, unveiled an initial public offering that values the brand at $3.63 billion. [Huff Po]

Amy Winehouse’s final collection for Fred Perry went on sale at this morning, with all profits benefiting the Amy Winehouse Foundation “along with a seasonal donation to the charity.” The release of the collection is timed with the release of her final album Lioness: Hidden Treasures. [Telegraph]

Italian artist Erique LaCorbeille has envisioned an imaginary life with Kate Moss and displayed it through a series of ten self-portraits. LaCorbeille says, “I have always had great admiration for Kate Moss because she is a different kind of star, the exception in a world of statuesque and cold icons.” [Hint]

Photo: Marc Piasecki / Getty Images

Noritaka Tatehana’s Heel-less Holiday Collection, Inside Dior Couture, Marks And Spencers’ Lingerie Ad Has Too Much Spice, And More…


Noritaka Tatehana, who designs Lady Gaga’s heel-less shoes, has created a Christmas collection, available at Trading Museum Comme des Garçons in Tokyo through December 25. Here’s the catch—the five pairs he made, in white, silver, and crystal, only come in one size. [Hint]

The chiffon dress Amy Winehouse donned for her Back to Black cover album sold for £43,200, or around $67,500, at yesterday’s auction. The dress was bought by the Fundacion Museo de la Moda in Chile. [Huff Po]

Using roughly 150 dresses, suits, and coats, Patrick Demarchelier offers his take on fashion and the house of Dior in his new tome Dior Couture. Of the book, The New York Times‘ Cathy Horyn says, “It’s obvious from Dior Couture that Mr. Demarchelier loves taking pictures of beautiful women, but his photos almost always have an extra quality: he also understands how clothes should look on the body.” [NYT]

A Marks and Spencer lingerie ad has been deemed too sexy for the bus. The ad, featuring a woman in a bra, panties, and stockings on a bed, had appeared on buses in the U.K., but the Advertising Standards Agency declared it “socially irresponsible.” [Telegraph]