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OCTOBER 27, 2022


Models, musicians, muses meet at CFDA


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Today’s CFDA Fashion Awards will unite fashion with art and entertainment, as the guest list includes musical wonder Grimes, model-of-the-moment Gigi Hadid, actor Zachary Quinto, and Chelsea Clinton. Nominees include Alexander Wang, Mary Kate and Ashley Olsen, and Joseph Altuzarra. The event will include a tribute to the legacy of the late Oscar de la Renta. [WWD]

Denim designed by your favorite search engine


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Google blurs the line between fashion and technology as it develops “Jacquard.” The smart fabric is in the works right now and will be launched next year in collaboration with denim powerhouse Levi’s. Unlike other wearable technology like the Google Glass or the Ralph Lauren Polo Tech, the “Jacquard” promises to be more discreet in threading the gap between innovation and style. [Fashionista]

Amal Clooney teams up with Galliano’s beau


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There’s been an unlikely but exciting partnership discovered recently. Amal Clooney, top-notch lawyer, wife of George Clooney, and rising fashion icon, has hired Alexis Roche as her stylist. Alexis is the long-time partner of visionary and designer, John Galliano. The partnership between the lawyer and the stylist explains why Amal has been seen wearing Galliano’s creations for Martin Margiela, a rare feat considering that only a few celebrities such as Rihanna and Anna Wintour have been seen wearing Galliano’s creations for the avant-garde fashion house.  [The Telegraph]

Kate and Marc make one thing clear on Instagram

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Kate Moss and Marc Jacobs just owned Instagram, memes, and the term “basic.” On the social media platform, the model and the designer recreate the famous “Calling all the basic bitches” meme by internet star, Lohanthony, to remind anyone who had any doubts about their status in life. [The Cut]

Rockstud rules

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Years later, the Valentino Rockstud shoes are still a hit. Mixing a rough attitude with signature Valentino femininity, the shoes have contributed to most of the fashion house’s revenue and still generate a plethora of imitations and reiterations. It’s also a sign that the luxury labels game has raised its stakes when it comes to accessories as women don’t want a designer piece they’ll just use once and store forever, but one that can withstand everyday wear without compromising class or aesthetic. [Vogue UK]


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