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August 23 2014

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7 posts tagged "Maria Sharapova"

Crystal, Clearly; Parker’s House; And More…

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Yesterday we wondered, today we know. Sarah Jessica Parker has taken on a design role (and, it’s rumored, an executive one) at Halston, where she’ll be working on the secondary Halston Heritage collection. Love or hate the lady, we’re just glad she won’t be displacing Marios Schwab on the main line. [WWD]

The Times becomes the latest outlet to weigh in on plus-size models, sitting down with size-12 superstar Crystal Renn for a chat. “Because I am a plus-size model, [photographers] like to make an example,” she said. “They see a roll, and they say, ‘Ooh, a roll!’ And they focus on it.” Keep it klassy, fashion world. [NYT]

The Journal, meanwhile, capitalizes on the recent vintage-auction trend by checking in with a former communications exec who’s making a life change—and selling her entire wardrobe on eBay. [WSJ]

Today in new directions, part 1: Maria Sharapova for Tag Heuer. The glasses are OK—but can they help you nab your own Enrique? [FWD]

Today in new directions, part 2: Acne furniture by label creative director Jonny Johansson. And, no, they’re not stonewashed. [Grazia]

Photo: Terry Richardson/Courtesy of V

Blasblog: Another Tennis Phenom Eyes Fashion

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Monday night’s Billie Jean King Cup kept my attention for a variety of reasons. Most notably there was the surprise appearance by President Bill Clinton, who, before hitting up an art party later that night, made a speech in praise of King—one of tennis’ most decorated players and a fighter for women’s and LGBT rights throughout her career&8212;and then there was the on-court cameo from ice-skating legend Nancy Kerrigan. But what struck me most were the outfits. As the JumboTron at Madison Square Garden flashed back to King in sixties, seventies, and eighties attire, it reminded me how far women’s court looks have come. In bright, light, and chic tennis duds, the four players fighting for Monday night’s $400,000 final prize—Venus Williams, Serena Williams (the night’s big winner), Ana Ivanovic, and Jelena Jankovic—bore no resemblance to previous era’s players. After the match I caught up with Jankovic, who agreed that tennis fashion has come a long way. “More girls are paying attention to their on-court look,” she explained. “Femininity is coming to the sport. We all want to look nice, and play nice, too.” Like the Williams sisters and Maria Sharapova before her, Jankovic is taking her fashion affection seriously. On Sunday, the DKNY store shut down for two hours so Jankovic could stock up on “lots and lots of dresses—minidresses and long, elegant ones,” as she put it, and she’s recently signed on to do a line with China-based sportswear company ANTA. Continue Reading “Blasblog: Another Tennis Phenom Eyes Fashion” »