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24 posts tagged "Kim Kardashian"

Lindsey To Meet The Ladies, Louboutin On The “Clumsy” Kardashians, A Coup For Carey, And More…

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Set your DVRs: According to her agency, gap-toothed model of the moment Lindsey Wixson (left) will be on The View tomorrow morning with Donatella Versace. One can only imagine what Joy Behar will find to say about her now-famous pout. [@MarilynAgencyNYC]

Speaking of Twitter revelations, Kim Kardashian took to the tweet this week to announce she’d fallen and broken her toe. It didn’t take paps long to track down the shoes she’d been wearing: a pair of leopard-print, studded Louboutin booties. Racked tracked down M. Louboutin himself for comment: “Didn’t she or one of her sisters hurt their ankle with some studs or something one time?” he asks. “Maybe it’s just a clumsy family?” He did admit, however, that he himself tripped and fell in his own shoes recently—though, he was careful to note, he’d been wearing flats. [Racked]

The latest high-profile wedding coup for Zac Posen? According to rumors, the next celebrity to traipse down the aisle in one of his gowns isn’t even real (but no less rabidly followed for that). It’s Bella Swan (a.k.a. Kristen Stewart), heroine of the Twilight series. [Fashionologie]

Carey Mulligan scoops up the best-dressed award from Harper’s Bazaar‘s U.K. edition, besting Natalia Vodianova, Victoria Beckham, and even Britain’s “first lady,” Samantha Cameron. [Telegraph]

And the Times is the latest outlet to sing the song of Olivier Zahm, devoting a long profile to the Purple auteur and (in the words of fellow smutty photographer Andrew Richardson) “living Facebook page.” [NYT]

Photo: Luca Cannonieri / GoRunway.com

Montana Returns, David Dithers, Kim Covers Up, And More…

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Fashion recluse Claude Montana returns—in print, at least. A new coffee-table book about the haute eighties designer (pictured, left, with haute eighties clothes hanger Cher) is due out in the U.S. next year. [WWD]

Japan fashion week kicks off in Tokyo today, but it’s not all sunny in the land of the rising sun: Some are already grumbling about disorganization, and several major brands have opted out of participating. [WWD]

Dolce & Gabbana favorite David Gandy may be a top male model, but apparently it hasn’t made him any more suave around the ladies—he says he’s still shy and awkward around girls. If only there were an iPhone app for that! [Vogue U.K.]

And Kim Kardashian, fresh from posing nude for W, vows she won’t pose nude again. We’ll believe it when we (don’t) see it. [Us Weekly via Gawker]

Photo: Richard Young / Rex USA

To The Lanvin Library, What’s Old Is New Again, W Gets KK, And More…

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Today in fashion field trips, part 1: Todd Selby visits Jeanne Lanvin’s personal library in Paris, comes away with shots like the one above. [The Selby]

Today in fashion field trips, part 2: Patrik Ervell heads to Detroit to take in a new Matthew Barney performance piece. Sadly, no snaps are allowed in the performance, but Patrik did share a few of his best shots of Motor City with the crew at Opening Ceremony. [OC New News]

New Gap logo, we hardly knew ye. The much-debated redesign is officially out, replaced by the retailer’s classic navy box. The short-lived new one can now go join the pantheon of New Coke and other revamp missteps. [Fashionista]

And Kim Kardashian made the cover of the new issue of W. Her clothes, for better or worse, did not. [PopSugar]

Photo: Todd Selby/TheSelby.com

More Rodarte Rumors, Biba Reborn, Janie Bryant Is Not Keeping Up With The Kardashians, And More…

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The rumor of the morning: Rodarte in talks with LVMH? No one’s saying anything for sure, but the Arnault clan has been spotted at Rodarte shows (pictured) a season or two running… [WWD]

Biba, the go-to label of London’s swinging sixties, is relaunching again, with Daisy Lowe now fronting the brand. (Though, crucially, founder Barbara Hulanicki will not be involved.) Will the birds go for it the third time around? [Grazia]

A day after Ralph Toledano’s exit was announced, Chloé’s got a new CEO: Geoffroy de la Bourdonnaye, formerly chief executive of Liberty in London. [Vogue U.K.]

Breathe a sigh of relief: Mad Men costume designer Janie Bryant is not collaborating with the Kardashians on a collection, despite what several sources have reported. Can you imagine what Don Draper would’ve said?! [Racked]

And if you know where Nouvelle Vague legend Jean-Luc Godard is, please let the Academy know. It’s trying to reach him to let him know he’s being given a lifetime achievement award, but apparently, he’s nowhere to be found. Maybe the Breathless-loving Rodarte girls have seen him? [Hint Mag]

Photo: Marcio Madeira / FirstView.com