September 1 2014

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2 posts tagged "Sassy"

Pratt’s Back, An Hermès Wake-Up Call,
Sir Paul’s Paper, And More…


The rumors are true: Sassy‘s on the way back. Or, at least, the modern version is, and it goes by the name WWD discovers that the editor (who helmed the late Jane as well as Sassy) is hard at work on a comeback effort with the help of Style Rookie blogger Tavi Gevinson. Details are still scant, but if the Sassy-loving masses queried are any indication, the project is a reboot the world has been waiting for. [WWD]

The rain and snow came down this morning in New York, but a little inclement weather was no deterrent to the masses queuing up for Hermès’ sample sale: According to Racked’s minute-by-minute live blog, the line started forming at the reasonable hour of 4:30 a.m. [Racked]

Want to travel the world with Sir Paul Smith? Here’s your chance: The designer has added to his long list of brand extensions with wallpaper, in a map motif created from letters and postcards from his global journeyings. [T]

And the oracle speaketh (again): Anna Dello Russo took to her blog to dispense commandments of closet-cleaning. “In front of a dress to KILL or to KEEP, ask yourself: future generations’ll want to see it?” If you’ve worn it, Anna, they will. [Huffington Post]

Thirty-Five Years Of Gaultier, Tavi Gets Sassy, Spurring On Tommy, And More…


Jean Paul Gaultier is the latest designer to get the retrospective treatment: A career-long show of his work (a Spring ’09 couture look is at left) will debut in Montreal in June, before traveling to Dallas and San Francisco. It’ll be broken out by themes—including the tantalizing “Eurotrash/X-Rated”—and be accompanied by a catalog with contributions from Catherine Deneuve, Pierre Cardin, and even Martin Margiela, who began his career under Gaultier. [WWD]

Blogger sensation and avowed Sassy fanatic—despite the fact that she wasn’t actually around for it—Tavi Gevinson announced on her blog this weekend that she and Sassy founder Jane Pratt will be launching a magazine (not “Sassy (or the rebirth of Sassy, or Sassy 2.0)”, she cautions) and are calling for submissions. [Style Rookie]

Poor Brooklyn Law School students: Here they were, studying quietly in the library, and then they had to look at some undressed Diesel underwear models. [Racked]

After a successful few seasons having Peter Som consult on his womenswear line, Tommy Hilfiger is bringing in help for the men’s, too: Swarovski Award-nominee Simon Spurr will work on the Hilfiger label’s upcoming men’s collection. [WWD]

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