13 posts tagged "Jade Jagger"
Who knew Jonah Hill was so fashion-savvy? The Superbad star spoke out in Fino Man, Filipa Fino’s new online men’s magazine, stating that his style icon is Steve McQueen. Hill also divulged that Freemans Sporting Club and Rag & Bone are his go-to labels and that he bought a Rolex Daytona watch in honor of Paul Newman. We’re impressed. [Page Six]
In other male fashion news, British actor-turned-Prada-model Gary Oldman tells Harper’s Bazaar U.K. all about his runway gig last January during Milan men’s fashion week. “It was a gas, mainly because of Mrs. Prada and her team, who are meticulous and treated me royally,” he said. [Telegraph]
Right on the heels of Rodarte and Valentino, Walter Van Beirendonck is the next designer to dabble in the realm of ballet costumes. The designer has just signed his first collaboration project with the National Opéra of Paris ballet to create costumes specifically for principal dancer Marie-Agnes Gillot. [WWD]
Kate Moss was the topic of conversation at Jade Jagger’s wedding this weekend when she turned up in a black and nude dress from Alexander McQueen’s Spring 2012 collection. Moss decided forgo doing her hair and wearing a bra for the occasion. Talk about model behavior. [Styleite]
It’s a big weekend for Donatella Versace (pictured). This Sunday, the Italian design icon will be showing Atelier Versace at the Paris Ritz, a first since her brother Gianni’s death in 1997. “After Gianni died all these experts kept telling me what would sell and what wouldn’t. After a while I realized nobody knows. He always said, you have to follow your instincts,” says Donatella. [Telegraph]
Jade Jagger also has a big weekend ahead of her. The daughter of Rolling Stone Mick Jagger will be walking down the aisle on Saturday, as she ties the knot with her DJ fiancé Adrian Fillary at the Cotswolds. While most details are under wraps, word on the street is that Kate Moss will be attending with her daughter Lila, who will step into the role of flower girl. [Vogue U.K.]
Need another reason to head to the Hamptons? Next week, Reed and Delphine Krakoff are taking their One Chair art installation to the East Hampton’s Harper’s Books. The exhibit features 99 felt chairs that the couple used as a blank canvas to showcase a range of colors and shapes. Krakoff also designed a limited-edition set of his Uniform Satchel bag to debut alongside the art. [WWD]
With her stunning face and killer body, you would think that Miranda Kerr would be chomping at the bit to show herself off, especially to her husband, actor Orlando Bloom. But the Harper’s Bazaar U.K. cover girl admits otherwise. “I never really want Orlando to be there [in the audience of a show] because it makes me nervous,” she says. [Telegraph]
The lips run in the family, so no surprise that Jade Jagger stamped a kiss motif all over her new collection of sparkly tees for her Jezebel label. She was showing the new range—along with the jewelry she designs and produces in India—at Le Meurice hotel during Paris fashion week. All business, it would seem. But Jagger’s a dancing girl, after all, so she also invited a few friends to L’Appartement, André Saraiva’s private party house in the tony seventh arrondissement, for snacks and bubbly before the Jezebel party at Le Baron, with her husband, Dan Williams, on decks. Jagger Industries has always been a family affair, though: Jade has two in-house muses—teen daughters Assisi and Amba—the first of whom has already done some T-shirt graphics for Jezebel. The collection itself grew from the club nights Jagger and Williams began in Ibiza and exported around the world, from Mumbai to Moscow. “We started with Jezebel nights, and the idea for the collection was music-inspired fashion,” Jagger said. And although Ibiza is still close to her heart, she now spends most of her time in India, where she works on the beading for her jewels in Mumbai and maintains a house in Goa. Not that Europe has reason to be jealous. “Have pout, will travel” could be the family motto: Jagger opened her first shop in Notting Hill this fall, and she has Paris in her sights, as well. She’s currently working on a new flacon design for Guerlain’s Shalimar, the Oriental vanilla classic from 1925.