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July 31 2014

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2 posts tagged "Conan O’Brien"

From The Catwalk To The Dot-Com, The New Faces (Maybe) Of “Young Hollywood,” Accessorizing McQ, And More…

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Get ready for a whole new modus operandi for shopping, courtesy of a new fashion Web site: Moda Operandi. Founded by Vogue contributing editor Lauren Santo Domingo and entrepreneur Aslaug Magnusdottir, the site will allow shoppers to preorder pieces directly from the runway—which means, the founders hope, more editorial and experimental pieces reaching consumers’ hands. Thakoon, Proenza Schouler, Prabal Gurung, Alexander Wang, and Giambattista Valli are all among the designers who’ve pledged to make select pieces available for orders on the site within 48 hours of their runway shows. [WSJ]

Hollywood newcomer Rooney Mara is the Girl With the Dragon Tattoo, but there’s some dispute over where she’ll be flaunting it. Mara is said to have been first choice for an upcoming Vanity Fair cover, but disputes over who would shoot it have shunted her to W. Meanwhile, VF is busy picking stars for its upcoming “Young Hollywood” cover. Nothing’s confirmed, but Natalie Portman (left), James Franco, Ryan Reynolds, Rashida Jones, and Paula Patton have all been mentioned, as has Noomi Rapace, the Swedish actress who starred in the original film version of Dragon Tattoo. [WWD]

Whither the new, expanded McQ collection? According to designer Pina Ferlisi, bags, shoes, and jewelry, as well as limited runs on select items. “There’s a lot of disposable fashion around, and McQ will certainly not feel like that—it will be precious,” she told British Vogue. [Vogue U.K.]

What does it take to move a thousand sweaters? If you’re an online retailer, like Shopbop, Bluefly, or Gilt, the perfect model. The Times explores the phenomenon of the new class of online supers, so recognized for their repeat bookings at sample sale and e-tail Web sites that they get called out in public. Cindy, Naomi, Kate: Meet “the Redhead” (and buy a scarf online, while you’re at it.) [NYT]

And just in case you were curious: Conan O’Brien loves jeggings. “When I see women on the lot here walking around wearing jeggings, I just do a back flip,” he told Tim Gunn on his show. [Styleite]

Photo: Neil Rasmus/BFAnyc.com

MJ, Chevalier; Hats Off To Tavi?, And More…

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Marc Jacobs, American in Paris, was decorated as a Chevalier des Arts et des Lettres in France, alongside Nathalie Rykiel, creative director of Sonia Rykiel. Jacobs delivered a grateful acceptance speech in French, and even traded in his usual skirt for a suit for the occasion. [WWD]

Couture’s only been going on for a few hours, but already its tiniest correspondent, blogger Tavi, is causing drama: A tweeting reporter from Grazia Daily complains that the 13-year-old’s enormous hat is obstructing the views of those not lucky enough to be front-row. [Racked]

Friday night saw the final episode of the Conan O’Brien-helmed Late Show, but the grassroots pro-Conan campaigns are bound to continue. Amid a flurry of “I’m With Coco” signs and sites plastered with images of the redhead, Modelinia weighs in its support for a fellow ginger Coco—Coco Rocha. Well, she does do some TV. [Modelinia]

Finally, a tantalizing little tidbit from the Paris men’s shows: Apparently Pharrell approached Alber Elbaz after the Lanvin presentation to offer his services to the brand. Consider Lanvin’s beats now spoken for. [WWD]

Photo: Remy de la Mauviniere / AP Photo