August 21 2014

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Kate Moss’ Wedding Style: Doggystyle? And More…


There’s a new addition to the Labelux family—and it’s a boy! (Well, sort of.) The privately held Austrian luxury goods conglomerate has acquired Jimmy Choo, reportedly for the sum of $800 million. Choo joins Derek Lam and Bally in the Labelux clan. [Dealbook]

Will Snoop Dogg play the Moss/Hince nuptials? MTV U.K. cites an intriguing report—from one of the world’s most scurrilous tabloids, so take with a grain of salt—that the rapper is in talks with the super’s people. Apparently he’s the go-to choice of British royalty (actual, or in Kate’s case, sartorial). Snoop said on English TV that he’d also been asked to play Prince William’s “stag do” but had to attend a barbecue instead. [MTV U.K. via Racked]

Balmain sets out to court the kids with Pierre Balmain, a new diffusion line targeting younger customers. Men’s and women’s collections will debut for Spring 2012. [Telegraph]

YSL to the West End! Stefano Pilati and the label are designing costumes for a new revival of Harold Pinter’s drama Betrayal, starring fashion favorite Kristin Scott Thomas. It opens this month and runs through August in London. [WWD]

Gucci takes another step forward in its support of documentary film: The label and its corporate parent, PPR, have endowed a new prize for documentaries focusing on women’s issues. [Vogue U.K.]

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