Fashion

12.19.12

Cara Delevingne Scores a New Job, Romeo Beckham Not Allowed in Vogue Before He Turns 16

And Forbes' Fashion Winners Under 30
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Cara Delevingne attends the British Fashion Awards 2012 at The Savoy Hotel on November 27, 2012 in London, England. (Ian Gavan/Getty)

Cara Delevingne Fronts DKNY: 2012 fashion winner Cara Delevingne has scored a new gig. She’ll be the face of DKNY for the spring 2013 season. The Patrick Demarchelier-photographed campaign explores the kind of 90s minimalism that made DKNY famous. [HuffPo Style]

Romeo Beckham’s Vogue Ban: Despite 10-year-old Romeo Beckham’s newly-minted status as a Burberry campaign model, Vogue UK editor in chief, Alexandra Shulman isn’t looking to pick him up for her spreads anytime soon. “Romeo Beckham @Burberry doesn’t meet Vogue model health initiative criteria of over 16,” she tweeted yesterday. [The Cut]

Forbes’s Fashion Winners: Forbes released their ‘30 Under 30’ list today and it’s chock-full of fashion figures. The list’s art and style sector beholds Joseph Altuzarra, Leandra Medine (Known by her blog name The Man Repeller), Mary Kate & Ashley Olsen, and Alexander Wang. [Forbes]

Tom Ford Hits LFW: Tom Ford has decided to officially jump onto next season’s London Fashion Week schedule with an actual fashion show, rather than the closed presentations he’s been serving-up for the past few years. Mick Jagger-flame, L’Wren Scott has also signed her name up for the LFW schedule, transplanting her show across the pond from New York. [WWD]

Margiela Couture a Real Thing: However true those rumors about Maison Martin Margiela x H&M may be, that didn’t stop the brand from being ordinated as an official couturier. The Chambre Syndicale—France’s governing body that overseas fashion and couture distinctions—has bestowed Margiela with the appellation of Haute Couture, along with fellow newbie Alexis Mabille. [Fashionista]