Fashion

09.17.13

‘Blurred Lines’ Model Emily Ratajkowski Cast in ‘Gone Girl’; Sandra Bullock Covers Vogue With a Mullet

And Vera Wang designs cheerleading uniforms.

"Blurred Lines" Model Emily Ratajkoski Cast in Gone Girl: Emily Ratajkowski, the 21-year-old brunette model from Robin Thicke's controversial "Blurred Lines" music video, has been cast in the film adaptation of the bestselling novel Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. Ratajkowski, who has modeled in campaigns for Forever21 and Nordstrom, will star as Andie, the college-age mistress to Ben Affleck's character. The indie flick, directed by David Fincher and produced by Reese Witherspoon, will also feature Tyler Perry, Neil Patrick Harris, Kim Dickens, Rosamund Pike, and Carrie Coon. [Rolling Stone]

Sandra Bullock Covers Vogue With a Mullet: For Vogue's October issue, Sandra Bullock shines on the cover in a sequined, turquoise Marc Jacobs dress and ... a mullet? While the actress may look stunning in the backless gown, her hair-do seems to be confusing the magazine's readers. The Gloss described Bullock's hairstyle as "[meant for] the cover of a 1980s teen magazine or Kris Jenner," while Fashion & Style described it as a "soccer mom" do. [Huffington Post Canada]

Vera Wang Designed Cheerleader Uniforms: This is an unlikely match: fashion designer Vera Wang created the new uniforms for the Philadelphia Eagles cheerleaders, which debuted the designs at the team's game on Sunday. Wang told Perez Hilton: "It was an honor to create the uniform design," and that she will "always embrace the opportunity to work on extensions" of her original creations. This is the first time the cheerleaders have changed uniforms in 10 years. [Perez Hilton]

West Hollywood Bans Fur: The city of West Hollywood has enacted a ban on selling fur apparel, set to go into effect on September 21. The ban is the first of its kind for the United States and will slowly be enforced over a 60- to 90-day period to allow retailers to adjust. Retailers will be ticketed for "fur violations," and after three tickets can be charged with a misdemeanor. Genevieve Morill, CEO of the West Hollywood Chamber of Commerce, told Apparel News that retailers are upset with the ban and are lobbying to make the law more lenient. [Apparel News]

Hayden Christensen Designs Collection for RW&Co: Canadian actor and former teenage heartthrob Hayden Christensen, known for playing Star Wars’ Anakin Skywalker, David Rice in Jumper, and Billy Quinn in Factory Girl, has designed a menswear line for Canadian department store RW&Co. The actor's collection was inspired by his farm in Ontario, and includes shirts, sweaters, coats, scarves, and pants with prices ranging from $60 to $250. [Racked]