New Schiaparelli Rumors: Just when all the frenzy about which designer would take the helm at YSL and Christian Dior died down, now speculation begins about who will steer the ship at the revived house of Schiaparelli. Previous reports mention that it might be a good comeback opportunity for John Galliano, but new rumors spot young design darling Erdem Moralioglu (a favorite of Kate Middleton) as the one for the job. [Grazia UK]
Kate Moss Reveals Daughter’s First Word: Kate Moss continued her press plunge for her upcoming Rizzoli book Kate with a profile in yesterday’s New York Times. Moss offered tantalizing tidbits about her life in the lead-up to the tome’s release, including her daughter’s first word. And in true Moss fashion, a simple ‘Mama’ was far too mundane. Her daughter Lila Grace Moss Hack first utterance was ‘Nazzi’ — short for paparazzi. Endearing to say the least. [NY Times]
Beyoncé’s Obama Ears - Part Two: Beyoncé’s Obama earrings stepped out in the spotlight again over the weekend and sat courtside at the Brooklyn Nets’ Barclays Center debut alongside Jay-Z. Not bad for a pair of politically inclined accessories. [The Cut]
The Carlyle Eases Dress Code for Jonah Hill: The iconic Bemelmans Bar located inside The Carlyle Hotel on Manhattan’s Upper East Side is as known for their killer old-fashioned cocktails as they are for their stringent dress code, which requires that all men wear jackets. So how did actor Jonah Hill get in wearing only jeans and a T-shirt? “We have been somewhat more lenient than usual about [our] dress code in light of the post-storm aftermath,” the venue told the New York Post. [Page Six]
The Metropolitan Museum of Art's new costume exhibition, PUNK: Chaos to Couture, tries to pay homage to the gritty, subversive, late-1970s movement. But has punk-inspired high fashion added to its legacy-or destroyed it?
Makeup for men is on the rise—and it’s no longer a taboo. Alessandra Codinha reports.