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• Today is Kate Moss‘s 40th birthday! Naomi Campbell, one of the legendary model’s close friends, penned a column for The Evening Standard to celebrate her bestie’s milestone: “Perhaps what I love best about Kate is that she tries to keep the child within her, I would never want her to lose it,” she writes. “Yes, she’s 40, I’m 43, but it’s always great to have your child in you. It’s that vulnerability that makes you special, that makes you do the creative things, she so has that and when we’re together it comes out. We’re like we’re at secondary school. That’s what happens with girlfriends who’ve grown up together. That’s the charm of the friendship.” Read the heartwarming essay at The Evening Standard. (The Evening Standard)
• Miley Cyrus is quite an adventurous lass when it comes to her beauty looks, but it seems as if this latest one might be one of her worst. The singer debuted a cropped bowl cut yesterday, which conjured up so many images of Llyod from Dumb & Dumber in my head. What do you think of the cut? Hot! or Hmm…? (Us)
• With all the racially insensitive sartorial missteps made in the name of fashion, you would think that most designers really don’t give a darn if their clothes are offensive to people of color. Just recently, Karl Lagerfeld sent a giant feather headdress down the Chanel pre-fall 2014 runway, which got several tongues wagging. But it looks like there are a handful of designers who actually care if their garments don’t sit well with the cultures who inspired them. Belgian designer Walter Van Beirendonck took a stance against such offensive behavior during his Men’s Fall 2014 show yesterday, by sending a feathered headdress of his own down the runway, emblazoned with the words “stop racism.” The Cut thinks this headpiece might be Van Beirendonck’s way of throwing shade to Chanel for the “sorry-not-sorry” apology they issued for their Native American-inspired headgear. What do you think? (The Cut)
• Sarah Jesica Parker will be the curator for a new accessories-focused e-commerce site, WeTheAdorned, launching this spring. The new platform will be subscription-based, and for an annual fee, members will get access to pieces designed exclusively for the site, by designers like Dannijo, Lulu Frost, Lizzie Fortuano, Erickson Beamon, Fenton Fallon, and more. Every Monday, a new SJP-approved piece will go up for sale, and members will have to scoop ’em up quick, as each item will be made in limited quantities. WeTheAdorned co-founder Tim McElwee says they encouraged the designers to make their “dream piece” for the site, so I imagine we can expect some pretty amazing stuff. Prices will range between $50 and $1,000. (WWD)
• The 2014 Oscar Nominations have been announced! On the list of people up for top honors are Lupita Nyong’o for Best Supporting Actress, Leonardo DiCaprio and Chiwetel Ejiofo for Best Actor, and Sandra Bullock for Best Actress. Best Picture nominees include American Hustle, Captain Phillips, Dallas Buyers Club, Gravity, Her, Nebraska, Philomena, 12 Years a Slave. and The Wolf of Wall Street. Catch the awards March 2nd at 7PM EST. Who are you rooting for? (Oscars)
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