Gisele’s New Chanel Campaign: Gisele has scored herself a new contract. The world’s top-earning model has signed on as Chanel cosmetics’ newest face and will front their Les Beiges collection of mattifying powders. [The Cut]
There's Now A Thing Called 'Anorexxxy' Sunglasses: Exciting development in sunglasses for spring: eyewear designer Thierry Lasry has collaborated with Russian street style catnip, Miroslava Duma, on a line of sunglasses. Seemingly merging the worlds of explicit videos and, well, eating disorders into a single consumable product, the two have curiously named their sunglass style the ‘Anorexxxy 247.’ It’s available at the newly launched site The Editorialist, starting today. [Fashion Beast Inbox]
Bryan Boy’s Design Debut: Bryan Boy’s landed his first designer collaboration. The Filipino fashion blogger has linked up with furrier Adrienne Landau to create a capsule collection titled Bryan Boy for Adrienne Landau. The bright fur accessories include fur bowties, boas, and camera straps. [WWD]
Florence Welch’s New Jewelry: Florence Welch, the stylish front woman for Florence + the Machine, is channeling her fashion know-how into a line of jewelry. The red headed singer has designed a capsule collection inspired by her album Ceremonials, that’s now available on her own site. [Vogue UK]
André Leon Talley Nabs TV Deal: Vogue’s most charming contributing editor, André Leon Talley, may be headed for late-night TV. He’s signed a contract with production company Electus to develop a late-night show which, “blends Dick Cavett’s approach to eloquence and sophistication with unparalleled access into my international fashion lifestyle,” Talley told WWD. No word yet on when the potential show may hit the airwaves. [WWD]
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.