Fashion

04.12.13

Beyoncé To Wear Dsquared2 On Tour; Carine Roitfeld Documentary To Bow at Cannes

and SJP is auctioning off Carrie Bradshaw’s heels.

Mrs. Carter's Dsquared2 Tour Costumes: Dsquared2 will design some of Beyoncé’s stage outfits for her upcoming five-month world tour, which kicks off on Monday. The brand, helmed by Canadian twin brothers Dean and Dan Caten, is known for its eccentric designs, bold colors, and sense of showmanship. Their designs will be revealed (alongside other costumes created by English designer Julien Macdonald) when Bey's Mrs. Carter Show opens next week in Belgrade. [WWD]

Carine Roitfeld Documentary Details Revealed: Rumors surrounding an upcoming Carine Roitfeld documentary have finally come to fruition. In an interview with Fashonista, the film’s director Fabien Constant reveals that the film, titled Mademoiselle C., will chronicle the former French Vogue editor's arrival in New York for the making of CR Fashion Book's debut issue. His film will premiere at the Cannes Film Festival next month and is scheduled for widespread release in September. [Fashionista]

Carrie Bradshaw’s Shoes Up for Sale: Sarah Jessica Parker is putting her Sex and the City character’s shoe fetish to good use. The Telegraph reports that the actress has donated three pairs of Carrie Bradshaw’s (genty worn) heels to a charity auction for New York City's LaGuardia High School for Music, Art and the Performing Arts. The shoes include Prada peep-toe platform sandals, Dolce Vita black patent leather pumps, and silver snakeskin sandals by British shoe designer Jonathan Kelsey. Each pair comes signed by SJP herself. Bidding begins on April 24. [Telegraph]

Data on Female Beauty Shoppers Yields Extreme Numbers: A new cosmetics report conducted by personal finance blog MintLife has revealed startling information about how much women spend on beauty products. According to the study, the average woman spends $15,000 on makeup in her lifetime, which amounts to $3,770 on mascara, $2,750 on eye shadow, and $1,780 on lipstick. The report also claims that the average markup on cosmetics is 78 percent. [MintLife]