August 30 2014

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8 posts tagged "Megan Fox"

Fox For Armani, Armani For Senate, And More…


Megan Fox is the new Victoria Beckham. The actress’ much-rumored Armani underwear campaign is a done deal, with ads set to appear this spring.[WWD]

Speaking of Armani, he could be Italy’s newest senator. Santo Versace, chair of Versace and a member of the Italian Parliament, has nominated Giorgio for a lifelong appointment. [WWD]

WWD makes the case that Lindsay Lohan and Emanuel Ungaro could actually be soul mates. Both favor sexy designs, worked with a partner, and met with initial criticism. However, the comparisons abruptly end there. [WWD]

Call it a good day for Jeremy Kost. Polaroid is back. [Animal]

Joe Corré, Dame Vivienne Westwood’s son, has left Agent Provocateur, which he co-founded, to spend more time on his own line, A Child of the Jago. [Vogue U.K.]

Do you love clogs? Or are you afraid you’ll look like a “tap-dancing hippo” if you wear one? They’re going to be ubiquitous pretty soon, so you’d better make your mind up stat. [Telegraph]

Photo: Tony Barson/WireImage

Tent Competitors, Topless Raids, And More…


MAC is hosting its own shows at Milk Studios during New York fashion week, and Proenza Schouler, Erin Fetherston, and Alexander Wang have all signed on. Will this be a complement to the Mercedes-Benz shows at the tents, or is it competition? [NYT]

Jeremy Scott joins the London crew. At this point, we may as well stop counting. [WWD]

Fashion’s Night Out is September 10 and even Wonder Woman is coming! Don’t even think about asking her to wear the bodysuit. [WWD]

Michael Bastian’s collection for Gant appears to be for men only. Boo to that. [WWD]

If “topless commando raids on public pools” are the last thing you thought you’d find in France, think again. [Guardian]

They really tried to work it out, but Emanuel Ungaro and Esteban Cortazar are officially splitting ways. [WWD]

Megan Fox declares herself too classy for Bond. Right you are. [Daily News]

Photo: Sherly Rabbani and Josephine Solimene

Blasblog From Paris: Armani’s Full Front-Row Spectrum


I’ll be the first person to admit that when it comes to a fashion show, I’m just as intrigued by what happens in the front row as I am by what’s coming down the runway. So thank goodness for the Armani Privé show, which stuffed its front row with a smorgasbord of photogenic women: the ultra-reserved and ultra-chic Cate Blanchett, the quintessentially French and forever coquettish Emmanuelle Béart, and the classically beautiful but unconventionally behaving Megan Fox. It was like the Sexy Three Stooges of Couture. There was Blanchett, playing the part of the Actress at a Fashion Show, sensibly digesting each look with a pensive, impressed look on her face. Next to her was Béart, who looked like she wouldn’t mind wearing one of the dresses that passed by, but would prefer a cigarette and glass of wine. And then there was Fox, a couture newbie, who must have just forgotten that people could actually see her as she sat in the front row. Slouching there with her mouth open, she could have been at a baseball game, which, for the record, only made me like her more. In fact, Fox turned out to be my favorite spotting of the entire day. After the show, at the big debut of Armani’s new fragrance Idole (a commercial was screened, then Mr. Armani himself opened a stairway to a film set that was re-creating the ad we had just seen), she seemed amused by the fashion mayhem. When one frenzied publicist ran up to her, announcing, “Mr. Armani can see you now,” she did something few other girls would dare. Fox stood there, arms crossed, and suggested she stay right where she was: “No, it’s OK,” she said. “He seems really busy, and I’ve been in his face all morning. I’ll stay here.” Crazy like a fox, indeed.

Photo: Eric Ryan / Getty Images