Fashion

06.11.13

Isabel Marant Announces Collaboration with H&M; Charlie Rose to Interview Galliano

and Cicely Tyson's Tony Award dress designer is revealed.

Isabel Marant Collaborates With H&M: French fashion designer Isabel Marant is collaborating with H&M on a limited-edition collection for fall. Launching online and in 250 stores on November 14, the collaboration will include clothing for women, teenagers, and men—marking Marant’s first-ever menswear outing. “I am flattered by this collaboration. H&M works with the best designers, and this invitation is an exciting honor. I aim at creating something real – something women want to wear in their everyday lives – with a certain carefree style,” Marant said of the venture, in a statement released by H&M. [Fashion Beast Inbox]

Charlie Rose to Interview John Galliano: John Galliano is continuing his mea culpa tour in the American media. Following his profile with Ingrid Sischy in Vanity Fair, Galliano will sit down for a television interview with acclaimed talk show host, Charlie Rose. "It seemed like a good platform for John to get his story across," Galliano’s publicist, Liz Rosenberg, told WWD of Rose’s no nonsense, straightforward approach to interviews.  The interview will tape on Wednesday, but an air date has not yet been decided. [Telegraph]

Christoph Waltz Stars in Prada Campaign: Oscar-winning actor Christoph Waltz will front Prada’s new menswear ad for fall alongside fellow thespians Ben Whishaw and Ezra Miller. The campaign was photographed by David Sims. [Telegraph]

Roberto Cavalli Goes Psycho: Roberto Cavalli has gone mad with its special fall 2013 photographic essay, photographed by Cavalli’s daughter, Rachele. Titled Psychotic Love, the creative piece showcases a redheaded woman on the verge of insanity. [Style]

Cicely Tyson's Dress Designer Revealed: B. Michael has claimed the rights to Cicely Tyson’s now-infamous ruffled Tony Awards gown. The silk dress, adorned with oodles of hand-draped ruffle seams is part of the designer’s pre-spring 2013 haute couture collection. [LA Times]