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July 28 2014

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JPG For Target, Tilda In Jil, And More…

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Jean Paul Gaultier for Target: confirmed. Items for the store’s third Designer Collaboration, which is different from Go International (McQueen and Sui did the former, Rodarte and everyone else the latter), will be available in March. Gaultier’s muse is American pop culture; we may get a mass-market cone bra yet. [WWD]

First Lady Michelle Obama is scheduled to appear on Leno this Friday (OK, via satellite). Note to producers: We will not be happy if we can only see the top half of her outfit. [NY Post]

Agyness Deyn has been spending time away from us to become an actress, and—voilà!—she is. Her first role doesn’t sound like much, but even British modeling royalty have to start somewhere. [Page Six]

Tilda Swinton‘s wardrobe for her new film I Am Love is all Jil Sander, all the time. [WWD]

Chanel‘s barnyard threesome will be immortalized by the Kaiser in a photo shoot in Buenos Aires. We’re only assuming it’s the threesome, since usual suspects Freja Beha Erichsen and Baptiste Giabiconi will be there, along with newcomer Claudia Schiffer. Not a bad replacement for Lara Stone. [WWD]

Photos: Monica Feudi/GoRunway.com

MObama’s Art, Karl’s Clothes, And More…

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Cintra Wilson reviews Isaac Mizrahi’s new shop (remember, he’s not calling it a store) and ends up reviewing Isaac himself. He’s the “Falstaff of the fashion world,” she writes, which, we think, is a sneaky way of saying he’s lovably loud. [NYT]

Turns out there was no truth to the rumor circulating earlier this week that Rome would replace Milan as the seat of Italy’s fashion shows. In fact, it’s “nonsense!” But Rome may reprise its own fashion show—Donna Sotto Le Stelle (“Woman Under the Stars”)—where a bunch of models would “[teeter] down the Spanish Steps.” Ooh, sounds so fun and dangerous! [WWD]

What with the threesome going on behind him, you may have missed Karl Lagerfeld’s jacket Monday night for his bow after the Chanel show. Apparently it was from Calvin Klein. Does this make Italo Zucchelli the new Hedi Slimane? [WWD]

Former Emanuel Ungaro designer Giambattista Valli weighed in on the house’s latest collection: “An actress ought to be an actress, and a fashion designer ought to be a fashion designer.” We wonder who he means? [FWD]

File under awww. Alexander Wang went to his first Paris show. [WWD]

Finally, now we can gush over MObama’s taste in fashion and art. [NYT]

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