Fashion Cheat Sheet

05.06.14

Harvey Weinstein to Revive Charles James's Couture Label; Adriana Lima Announces Divorce

And Emma Stone admits she has trouble "keeping on weight."

Harvey Weinstein to Revive Charles James Couture Label: It seems like the couture designer that the world almost forgot will soon be reborn. Charles James, who is considered by many to be America’s best (if not only) true couturier, has—until his recent exhibition at the Met—received little recognition since his heyday during the first half of the 20th century. On Tuesday, it was announced that media mogul Harvey Weinstein has struck a deal with the designer’s family to resurrect his looks with the help of Weinstein’s wife, Marchesa co-designer Georgina Chapman. According to Page Six, the deal—which has been in talks since earlier this year—would “create an exclusive couture house.” [Page Six]

Adriana Lima Splits From Husband: On Tuesday, Victoria’s Secret model Adriana Lima and her NBA-playing husband, Marko Jaric, announced that they are separating after five years of marriage. “After long and careful consideration,” the couple said in a joint statement, “we have decided to separate. We are grateful to be the parents of two incredible young daughters that we will continue to co-parent. We would greatly appreciate your respect for our family’s privacy as we begin this delicate next chapter for all members of our family.” [Vogue UK]

Emma Stone Admits She Has Trouble “Keeping on Weight”: Actress Emma Stone, who has been looking increasingly thin as of late, spoke to Seventeen.com to address the ongoing conversation about her changing weight. “Keeping weight on is a struggle,” she admitted, “especially when I'm under stress, and especially as I've gotten older. That's the way my genes have decided to go, and things will change as time goes on, as does everything.” Stone continues that she attempts to avoid taking criticism to heart. “When completely untrue statements are made about me or my health, of course a part of me wants to defend [myself],” she explained. “My job at those moments is to tell myself the truth. Am I taking care of myself in a healthy way? Am I respecting myself and being responsible? And over and over, I answer yes to that question. Then I remind myself to be kind to myself, and as slightly ridiculous as it may sound, to treat myself in the same gentle way I'd want to treat a daughter of mine.” [Cosmopolitan]