Fashion Cheat Sheet

Marc Jacobs Beauty Offers First Look; Child Model Bill Passes Through NY State Government

A Look at Marc Jacobs Beauty: Marc Jacobs delivered the first full-look at his forthcoming beauty collection in WWD today. The 122-piece line, lauching on August 9 at every Sephora store in the U.S. and Canada, is relatively pricey and includes a complete range of color cosmetics, foundation cosmetics, nail polishes, and more. [WWD]

Child Model Bill Passes State Government: On Wednesday, a bill to protect child models under the New York Department of Labor passed through the state’s Senate and House. Once signed into law by New York state Governor Andrew Cuomo, child models will be subject to the same protections now enjoyed by underage actors and performers. Spearheaded by Model Alliance founder Sara Ziff, with the help of NY state Senator Jeffrey Klein, the bill stipulates that models under 16 must be accompanied by a chaperone, are not allowed to work past midnight and can only return to work 12 hours later, and that 15 percent of all wages must be placed into a trust account that is only accessible once the model turns 18. If Cuomo signs the bill into law before the state government goes on summer hiatus at the end of June, all regulations will apply to New York Fashion Week in September. Ziff and her Model Alliance cohorts are positive that these stipulations will make it more difficult to hire child models and could skew the industry aesthetic in a more grown-up direction. [Fashion Beast Inbox]

Carine Roitfeld’s New Gig: Carine Roitfeld can now add another job to her resume. The famed editor has worked with Mercedes Benz as its creative director and for spring 2014, helping the car company create an advertisement, for which she designed a black dress. [ELLE UK]

Zac Posen for David’s Bridal: Newly-minted Project Runway judge Zac Posen is teaming up with David’s Bridal on a line of wedding gowns called ‘Truly Zac Posen’. Launching in stores for February 2014, the line’s six gowns will range from $850 to $1,350. There will also be five more generalized ‘special occasion’ designs that will retail between $195 and $225. [USA Today]