2 posts tagged "Marc Anthony"
Karl Lagerfeld breaks his silence on who should succeed him at Chanel: “I have a contract for life, so it all depends on who I would like to hand it to. At the moment, I’d say Haider Ackermann,” the Kaiser told Numéro. [WWD]
Tom Ford’s got a new cover girl, and her name is Daphne Groeneveld. The Dutch stunner shares the Mert & Marcus-shot cover of Ford’s holiday issue of Paris Vogue with the designer. [The Fashion Spot]
The Times tries to get a handle on Kim Kardashian™, brand. With her host of celebrity endorsements, fashion lines, Twitter followers, and general fame/infamy, KK—and her sisters KK, KK, KK, and KK—are becoming an empire unto themselves. [NYT]
Speaking of celebrities, Jennifer Lopez—a celebrity who, we’re the first to admit, has done a deal more than Miss Kardashian—is returning to fashion. Following the quiet closure of her Sweetface line in 2009, she’s pretty much stayed out of the business, but Lopez and husband, Marc Anthony, are set to unveil a new “lifestyle fashion venture” with Kohl’s today. [WWD]
And Giorgio Armani is putting his stamp on another new cell phone. This time it’s the Galaxy S smartphone from Samsung, and it looks pretty great—which means, in all likelihood, it’ll be Europe-only, prohibitively expensive, and they’ll only make about eight of them. [Hot Hardware via Racked]
Jennifer Lopez played Queen for the weekend—hubby Marc Anthony was named King of New York’s Puerto Rican Day Parade on Sunday. The regal bearing hasn’t worn off yet. J. Lo looked positively royal last night at the Apollo Theater’s Spring Benefit, where, along with Anthony, she picked up the Ruby Dee and Ossie Davis Arts and Humanitarian Award. Give her a gold star for the glamorous getup, too. Lopez shone (literally!) in a metallic Gianfranco Ferré dress that hugged her notoriously fabulous curves, which she paired with loose waves, Sergio Rossi heels, and an Etro clutch. She may still be Jenny from the block, but we’d say she’s fit for the throne. What do you think? Is Lopez good as gold, or is her star shining a little too bright?