• We’re now a few short days away from the Super Bowl, and after sharing tons of behind-the-scenes photos on her Tumblr, Beyoncé decided to take it a step further by releasing a video shot on day 1 of rehearsals.
Here’s what I was able to gather from that short clip; expect to see Single Ladies (of course), Crazy in Love (duh!), Baby Boy, and I am getting a little bit of End of Time. All the speculation will soon end, as she is set to take the stage on Sunday. You ready? (Beyoncé)
• While the majority of the world gagged with envy when First Lady Michelle Obama revealed her freshly chopped ‘do, it turns out not everyone was a fan. The ever vocal Karl Lagerfeld recently shared his thoughts on Mrs. Obama’s new look. “I don’t understand the change of hair … Frankly, the fringe was a bad idea. It’s not good,” he said in an interview for France’s Canal Plus. He went on to add that she looks like, “une speakerine de LCI,” which translates to “She looks like a news anchor.” Ouch. He did, however, say he adores her, so make of it what you will. Naturally, I’m assuming she is unbothered either way, because not only does she seem more confident than ever, but her husband (you know, the leader of the free world), has publicly declared his fondness for his wife’s latest hairstyle. Sorry, Karl. (Huff Post)
• Opening Ceremony and DKNY are collaborating on a limited capsule collection featuring signature pieces from DKNY’s early Nineties looks. It will consist of 15 pieces, which will be made available at Opening Ceremony stores in New York, Los Angeles, London, and Tokyo, as well as openingceremony.us on Friday, reports WWD. “DKNY was a pioneer of streetwear fashion in the Nineties. We have been longtime fans of the brand and were very excited to bring back select, quintessential styles that feel fresh even today.” said Opening Ceremony cofounder Carol Lim. Jane Chung, executive vice president of design for DKNY, spoke on the collaboration with the retailer saying, “Their unique and creative point of view mixed with Nineties throwbacks are very reminiscent of DKNY’s core DNA. They were a natural partner to reissue iconic styles from our early years.” (WWD)
•Are you excited for Rihanna’s River Island collection? Take a behind-the-scenes look at what she has on tap. She says, “The collection is casual, it’s chic, it’s flirty. I want it to be for all body types. I want all types of girls to really want to wear this and feel comfortable in it and still feel edgy. I wanted character to come out in the clothes without trying too hard. It’s just simple.” What do you think? (Fashion Bomb Inbox)