Net-a-porter to Launch Print Magazine
Natalie Massenet always had the vision for her e-commerce store to translate like a magazine, and now it actually will be. CEO, Mark Sebba announced that the site plans to launch a tangible, print magazine within the next 12 months. This comes as no surprise that know the industry well, Massenet used to work for WWD in Los Angeles before becoming the fashion director of Tatler.
Selita Ebanks is Retired from Angel Duty
Apparently, no matter how famous the model, when you are a Victoria’s Secret Angel, you have to audition annually for the big show. This year Selita Ebanks paraded around in her underwear for the casting judges and was not invited back. “Go figure,” she laughed nonchalantly when asked about it at the UNICEF snowflake ball. She has also announced that she will no longer be auditioning for anymore Victoria’s Secret gigs…ever again.
Bulgari’s Giant Snake
In some of the world’s most lit up cities, Bulgari has added yet another gigantic light, but these ones are by far the most dazzling and most glamorous. Bulgari has installed large scale, glowing replicas of their ‘Serpenti’ bracelet. Located on the facade of their flagship stores in New York, Rome and Tokyo, the brand captures the glitter and glam of the holiday season perfectly.
Yoko Ono is at it Again
Yoko Ono has finally put into fruition clothing designs which she gifted her late husband on their wedding night.Opening Ceremony, the driving force behind the icon helped her create the 52-piece collection called Fashions for Men:1969-2012.The designs are extremely psychedelic to the say the least and seem as though they would be better marketed as an S&M line rather than a mainstream collection.
Harrod’s Disney Princesses Campaign Fully Unfolds
All throughout the past month, Harrods has been teasing us with their Christmas campaign. Bit by bit, we were revealed a different component of their vision: of Disney princesses wearing Haute Couture come alive! First, the sketches were hints of designs created by such greats as Marchesa and Versace, but now we get to see The Harrod’s princess campaign on models! This, for me, is every childhood dream satisfied.
Elie Saab – Princess Aurora
Marchesa – Ariel
Valentino – Belle
Oscar de la Renta – Snow White
Versace – Cinderella
Jenny Packham – Rapunzel
Roberto Cavalli – Pocahontas
Escada – Jasmin
Missoni – Mulan
Ralph & Russo – Tiana