Fashion Cheat Sheet
IMG Signs Christie Brinkley and Daughter Sailor; Schiaparelli to Show at Paris Couture Week
and Tom Ford designed 600 exclusive pieces for Justin Timberlake's world tour.
IMG Signs Christie Brinkley and Daughter Sailor: International modeling agency IMG has officially signed supermodel Christie Brinkley and her daughter, Sailor Brinkley-Cook, to their board. Fifty-nine-year-old Brinkley, who has been represented by Elite for the majority of her career, has appeared on more than 500 magazine covers. Her 15-year-old daughter seems poised to follow suit—Sailor appeared in accessories retailer Claires's "Back to School" campaign alongside One Direction, and even posed alongside her model mom for the July cover of Bella magazine. While the double-signing was only confirmed on Wednesday, Brinkley posted a picture of her daughter at the IMG offices back in August, with the caption, “Sail on to all your dreams my little Sailor! You have a great crew.” [Vogue UK]
Schiaparelli to Show at Paris Couture Week: On Tuesday, the Chambre Syndicale elected Schiaparelli as a new guest member, earning the newly-revived house a place on the official calendar at Paris Couture Week (scheduled for January 20 to 23). Schiaparelli, which recently named Marco Zanini as its creative director, is the most well-known addition to couture week; other new guest members include Serkan Cura and Ralph & Russo. [WWD]
Tom Ford Designs 600 Exclusive Pieces For Justin Timberlake's World Tour: Ford, who has partnered with Justin Timberlake in the past, has created 600 new pieces for the popstar's 20/20 World Experience Tour. Ford designed eight different outfits for Timberlake himself, as well as original looks for all of his back-up dancers, band members, and vocalists. The new looks will debut in Brooklyn Wednesday night as Timberlake embarks on his 69-date tour. [Fashionista]
Versace Outfits Real Madrid: Versace has begun an exclusive collaboration with the Real Madrid Football Club. The footballers will don Versace suits for official occasions attended by the club, as will the coach, management, and technical staff. The boys of Real Madrid debuted their new look on Monday when they arrived in Turin, Italy. The made-to-measure outfits feature a wool suit with a two-button jacket, a poplin shirt with visible overstitching, lace-up derby shoes, and a black calf skin belt, as well as a silk tie featuring both the Club and Versace's logos. [The Telegraph]