August 27 2014

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44 posts tagged "Coco Rocha"

Oh So Coco, How to Say Jesus, and More…


Coco Rocha took to her blog to announce that she’s starting her own fashion label, and that she needs help naming it. “Oh So Coco,” the name of her blog, is a favorite among readers, but we’re voting for commenter Heathcliffs Package’s suggestion, “LaQuoquo Jackson.” Coco, we dare you. [Oh So Coco]
It’s Zhay-ZOOSE. Zhay-ZOOSE Loose. In case you’ve been wondering how to address the newest addition to Madonna‘s “Man-tourage”,the Times is here to help you out. [NYT]

After launching Z Spoke, Zac Posen‘s admittance to the Go International club was just a matter of time. Posen’s Target line (his second, if you count his designs for Target “Down Under”) goes on sale April 25. [WWD]

Chelsea Clinton and her longtime boyfriend Marc Mezvinsky are engaged. Odds are she’s keeping her last name. [Us]

Cyber Monday is like Black Friday without all the tourists, pushy salespeople, or weather. Get clickin’. [Racked]


Twitter Ban, Sienna’s Reputation, And More…


Hollywood hates Twitter. Sorry, @mrskutcher! [Telegraph U.K.]

This weekend’s Times implied that Sienna Miller is not the kind of girl you want to take home to Mom and Dad. After some careful fact-checking, they issued an apology. Of sorts. [HuffPo]

Georgia May Jagger and Coco Rocha are the new Rimmel girls. As this was a post previously held by Kate Moss, consider the news a BMD—Big Model Deal. [WWD]

“We shot it with porn stars…and we paid for them to have sex on set. You don’t see it in the shot, but you feel it.” Gotta love a Tom Ford quote roundup. [The Guardian]

Are you so excited about Pierre Hardy’s super-cute new boots for the Gap? Don’t be. They’re M.I.A. [Racked]

Photo: Ray Tamarra/Getty Images

Tuesday Night With The Other Coco (Not Chanel)


It was no Irish dance down a runway in Paris, but it was indeed another Coco moment. Last night at Saks Fifth Avenue, clad in a vibrant plum frock (the label was Pink Tartan, from her native Canada), supermodel Coco Rocha held court on behalf of MCM at the launch of its new handbag collection, MCM New York. “It’s a really family-oriented company,” said Rocha, who hosted the event with Terron Schaefer of Saks. “It’s nice to see the care that goes into making the bags.” Designed by Joy Gryson, of Marc Jacobs and Calvin Klein pedigree, the collection is inspired by the city and intended for the bright young things that call it home. Surrounded by guests like Lydia Hearst, Jessica White (Sean Penn’s new flame), and Emma Snowdon-Jones, Sung-Joo Kim, chairperson and CEO of MCM, couldn’t help but get caught up in the evening’s energy: “You can see the recovery,” she said. “You can feel the vibrations.” Wishful thinking, maybe, but with all the fashion week events that were happening last night, she wasn’t the only one who was feeling it.

Photo: Gustavo Caballero / WireImage

Vera On DWTS, Coco Kind Of At Vogue, And More…


A rumor that made the rounds yesterday is still unsubstantiated but too good to be ignored: Vera Wang is heading to Dancing With the Stars. Does this mean we’ll have to watch? [Yahoo News]

Meanwhile, the Coco Rocha rumor—the one that had her interning at Vogue this summer—has been reduced to yawn level. She’ll just be “popping in and out” when time permits. [WWD]

Natalia Vodianova is the latest celeb to design a line for Lutz & Patmos. Sofia Coppola, Jane Birkin, and Kirsten Dunst have all knit and purled for the cashmere label, so she’s in good company. [WWD]

Would you shop at a Goodwill store? Apparently they’re untapped goldmines for Marc by Marc on the cheap. [NYT]

Photo: Lynn Goldsmith / Corbis

Blasblog: Coco Moves From Backstage To Front Row


Coco Rocha knows how to work a runway—who could forget when she jigged out at the opening of a Jean Paul Gaultier show a few seasons ago? But on Monday, starting at Carolina Herrera, we noticed the currently carrot-topped stunner not backstage at the shows but sitting front-row. At Thakoon she revealed her front-row status was part of an on-air hostessing gig she’s lined up with the E! Network. Although she was mum about titles, air dates, or any other figures, she did admit that while she’s usually a chatterbox, occasionally she finds herself stumped when it comes to the big interviews. “I love fashion, and I love the people in this industry, but sometimes I’m at a loss for words,” she said. “And then I’m like, ‘What do you think of shoes?’ ” But with her big personality and warm smile, she seemed to be doing OK. If all else fails, jigging is one way to loosen people up.

Photo: Larry Busacca / Getty Images