Fashion Cheat Sheet

Bradley Cooper's New Hair Style; Nicola Formichetti Reportedly Headed to Diesel

and Pretty Woman fashions are on the rise.

04.03.13 4:37 PM ET

Bradley Cooper’s New Hair: The actor’s ‘perm’ (a term he actually confused last month for a set of rollers) has finally made its debut. Cooper, who’s currently filming a new David O. Russell movie that takes place in the Seventies, was spotted in Boston with a super-curly new do. [People StyleWatch]

Formichetti to Diesel?: On Tuesday it was announced that Nicola Formichetti was parting ways with French fashion line Thierry Mugler. One day later, it’s rumored that Formichetti will soon announce a major collaboration with Italian sportswear brand, Diesel. Both WWD and the New York Post report than a Diesel announcement could soon be on its way. [WWD] [NY Post]

Pretty Woman Fashion: Pretty Woman fashion is on the rise. Julia Robert’s most famous role has spawned a resurgence of minidresses that are pieced together with a metal ring. The Bling Ring star Emma Watson wears one on the cover of this month’s British GQ, whie similar styles are for sale through fast fashion retailers like ASOS, Urban Outfitters, and Nasty Gal. [Grazia UK]

Sean Parker’s Theme-less Wedding: Let’s get one thing straight: Just because Lord of the Rings costume designer Ngila Dickson is designing Sean Parker’s wedding wardrobe, doesn’t mean that his nuptials will have a theme. “This is not a ‘theme’ wedding, and there will be nothing medieval about it,” the Facebook co-founder tweeted. He elaborated that “Just because we don’t truest our guests to dress themselves properly doesn’t mean we want them to look like #GoT [Game of Thrones] characters.” The New York Post has a reported sketch of one of the outfits. [Twitter]

Ireland Baldwin’s Fashion Debut: Ireland Baldwin is starting to make the fashion rounds, following the announcement of her first modeling contract (with giant agency IMG) last month. Baldwin sat front row at Tuesday night’s Jeffrey Cares fashion show event, which benefits AIDS research. [HuffPo]