Fashion Cheat Sheet

10.04.12

J.Lo’s Daughter Wore $2,400 Worth Of Merchandise to the Chanel Show; Anne Hathaway’s Wedding Dress Was Pink

And a Times editor reacts to all the Cathy-bashing.

J.Lo’s Super Swag Daughter: Jennifer Lopez’s four-year-old daughter Emme Anthony is one lucky girl. Lopez took her along to this week’s Chanel show, dressed in over $2,400 worth of the designer brand’s goods. Sporting a $310 glittery logo brooch, a $2,300 butterfly bag, with some ruffled socks and mary-janes, Little Emme is pretty much set for a fashion battle with current reigning celebrity princess, Suri Cruise. [Us Weekly]

And the Drama Continues: The New York Times’ style editor Stuart Emmrich has spoken out about all of the designer backlash that Cathy Horyn has encountered this season. From Oscar de la Renta to Hedi Slimane, Horyn was the focus of many spats in the past few weeks—including one with Lady Gaga. Emmrich took to the paper’s Public Editor’s Journal to discuss the situation, carefully noting, “Gaga is Gaga, and being outrageous, even vulgar, seems to be one of the ways she keeps herself in the public eye. I’m not going to concern myself with her opinions of our fashion coverage.” [NYT]

Georgina Chapman Dishes on Blake Lively: Georgina Chapman, one half of the label Marchesa, has opened up about what it was like to design Blake Lively’s wedding dress. Described as a “hand-draped silk tulle bodice adorned with custom crystal and rose gold embroidery,” Chapman, who counts Lively as a friend, told Us Weekly that she was, “a creative bride with a very clear vision of what she wanted. She was very involved.” The designer was out in New York to celebrate Marchesa’s collaboration with the NFL. The two have paired up to create a ‘sports-meets-couture’ limited edition T-shirt in support of the New York Jets. [Vogue UK]

Anne Hathaway Was Pretty in Pink: In other wedding gown news, judging from a just-released Valentino sketch, it seems that Anne Hathaway’s dress was tinted pink. The designer’s rep told People that the dress was embroidered with satin flowers and it’s rosy shade came courtesy of some hand-painting. The gown was produced in Valentino’s Rome atelier. [Fashionista]

Tricky Business: WWD is reporting that Deborah Needleman may have been in discussions to join T magazine before Sally Singer’s abrupt departure. [WWD]