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53 posts tagged "Lindsay Lohan"

Muse’s Manifesto, Formichetti’s Inspiration, Assessing The Royal Accessories, And More…

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Paris fashion week is upon us, which means a new YSL Manifesto—and Manifesto tote—is in the offing. This season’s iteration features the label’s current campaign star, the unstoppable Miss Arizona Muse. [T]

The first Nicola Formichetti-helmed women’s collection for Mugler is on its way, too. The stylist-turned-creative director has been leaking inspiration shots on his blog (where he also recently revealed for those of us not watching that Lady G—who will debut a track at the Mugler show—recently wore prosthetic shoulders on The Gayle King Show.) [Nicola Formichetti]

Having canvassed the design community for royal wedding dress designs, Women’s Wear Daily now asks footwear’s reigning (well, metaphorically) champions, from Manolo Blahnik to Giuseppe Zanotti (whose design is pictured, left) what they’d design. [WWD]

And gossips are reporting that Lindsay Lohan is back (again)—this time for a photo shoot with Terry Richardson and James “Asleep at the Oscars” Franco. [NYDN]

Photo: Courtesy Photo/wwd.com

Calvin Shocks Australia, Anna Does Pop, And More…

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If a Calvin Klein ad isn’t banned, does anybody see it? That age-old marketing adage was trotted out in Australia, where Lara Stone’s newest jeans ad for the label has been deemed uncouth by the Advertising Standards Bureau. [NY Mag]

Anna Dello Russo’s eponymous fragrance is set to launch on Yoox.com in December, but we’re more titillated by the possibility of finding her on iTunes. “I want to do a record next,” she told WWD. “Everyone expects me to do a clothes line. It’s too obvious. I want to do the opposite.” Lady Gaga, watch your back. [WWD]

Another pop-up shop in Building Fashion’s sub-High Line space opened last night (we covered an earlier tenant), featuring Richard Chai’s men’s and womenswear. On ice, as it were. [The Moment]

Lindsay Lohan is due in court today—on charges of drug-related probation violation. How many days of reckoning can one person have? [NY Daily News]

Photo: Courtesy of Calvin Klein

Mad For Morgendorfer, Coco In Corsica, Don’t Count Out LiLo , And More…

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One worth reading from the archives: WWD‘s back-in-the-day interview with, uh, Daria Morgendorffer. The animated misanthrope talked fashion with the daily, including the message behind her ever-present boots (they say, “I can kick you”). [WWD]

Coco Rocha went on a fabulous honeymoon in Corsica (which, for the record, she’d never heard of), and all we got were these cute photos. [Huffington Post]

Marc Jacobs to do plus-size? Robert Duffy tweets that they’re working on it. [Vogue U.K.]

A few minutes of jail time hasn’t slowed Lindsay Lohan’s career, for better or worse. She’s on the cover of Maxim‘s September issue, and was revealed last night as the muse and face of Marc Ecko’s Cut & Sew line. “I wanted a classic Hollywood bombshell,” Ecko said—we fear he may be confusing “bombshell” and “explosion.” [WWD]

Photo: MTV / The Kobal Collection

Olivier Theyskens Wants To Design For His Friends, Lindsay Wants Karl To Design For Her Ankle, And More…

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Batman comics aren’t usually stocked alongside fashion mags, but that doesn’t mean they’re not pretty stylish all the same. (Catwoman totally beat nineties Gucci to sex and skintight leather, after all.) And on Monday at Colette, Sarah Lerfel and crew roll out a collection of pieces inspired by Batman, Catwoman, and their DC Comics stablemates for the publisher’s 75th anniversary. Karl Lagerfeld, Roger Vivier, and Lanvin’s Lucas Ossendrijver—who contributed the supremely awesome “Dog Batman” tee (pictured)—are among the designers participating. [WWD]

Olivier Theyskens was in London last night to fête his book The Other Side of the Picture, and had a few choice words about his upcoming Theory collaboration. As he told Susie Bubble, “As a designer, I’m not a guy that can be put in a niche. I’m a guy who can also put his mind to something more global and accessible. Also, I’ve always been hoping that my friends can buy what I design.” [Style Bubble]

Vice founder Gavin McInnes takes GQ through a few choice catastrophes of hipster-dude style. Those with sensitivities to man-clogs, spandex, and cloaks should not read on. [GQ]

And Lindsay Lohan took to Twitter yesterday to ask Chanel to dress up her court-ordered alcohol-monitoring anklet. Stay klassy, Lohan. [Styleite]

Photo: Courtesy Photo

A Film From David Lynch, Bags From Lindsay Lohan, A New Name At Aquascutum, And More…

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David Lynch’s film for Dior, Lady Blue Shanghai, screened at the label’s cruise collection show. If you missed it there and want to see Marion Cotillard fretting (pictured), having a spectral love affair, and reciting a poem, the full 16-minute video is now up at LadyDior.com.

Following the departure of Graeme Fidler and Michael Herz for Bally earlier this year, Aquascutum has tapped English designer Joanna Sykes for its creative director post. Sykes is an alum of Armani, Ferretti, and Matches’ house label. [Vogue U.K.]

March of the mannequins: Industry stalwart Ralph Pucci will create a “catwalk” of his mannequins in Times Square, outfitted by Calvin Klein, DVF, Michael Kors, and more. Great, just what Times Square needs: more people standing stock-still, blocking pedestrian walkways. [WWD]

Lindsay Lohan is expanding her 6126 collection into handbags, apparently La Lohan’s favorite accessory. Style groups include Starlette, Glam A-Go-Go, and Kitten with a Whip. PR executives of the world: Isn’t there one of you out there who can convince her that these names are just not a good idea? [WWD]

And now we know: The tux R&B singer Janelle Monáe often sports is a tribute both to Marlene Dietrich and to her mother (a janitor) and her father (who drove a garbage truck). “It pays homage to how they put on a uniform every day and turned something into nothing.” [NY Mag]

Photo: David Lynch/Courtesy of Dior