• It’s day 2 of Fashion Week, y’all! Are you still burning with excitement? Yes? Then take a look at what’s on today’s action-packed show menu:
10 a.m. Peter Som: Milk Studios, 450 West 15th Street
12 p.m. Tanya Taylor: Industria Studios, 775 Washington Street
1 p.m. Jason Wu: 82 Mercer Street
3 p.m. Cushnie et Ochs: Milk Studios, 450 West 15th Street
4 p.m. Nonoo: TBD
5 p.m. Rag and Bone: Skylight at Moynihan Station, West 33rd Street
6 p.m. Nicole Miller: The Salon, Lincoln Center
7 p.m. Helmut Lang: 545 West 22nd Street
8 p.m. Suno: 548 West 22nd Street
• Nicki Minaj will have you know she is more than kooky outfits and outlandish wigs. To prove her point, the rapstress shared a few images of her werqing her natural hair on the set of a photo shoot.
She simply captioned the above photo, “No perm. No extensions.” I liiive for her make-under. Your thoughts? (Nicki Minaj Instagram)
• Rita Ora is out here winning! Aside from her upcoming collaboration with Adidas Originals and a Material Girl campaign, she also managed to snag her own collection with British beauty brand, Rimmel London. Rita took to Instagram to give a sneak peek of the forthcoming ads (serving serious face!). The collaboration is said to include a set of lipsticks and nail polishes, available later this month. Are you excited? (MTV Style)
•It looks like Joseph Altuzarra will soon be designing handbags! While it remains uncertain when these goods will hit the market, he told the Wall Street Journal that he’s determined to keep the tastes of his customers in mind. He envisions the Altuzarra woman as, “the lead character in their own romantic comedy … They still want to be sexual and they still want to be beautiful.” She sounds pretty fab! Will you be keeping an eye out for the handbags? (The Cut)
•David Yurman is celebrating the 30th anniversary of his signature Renaissance Cable Bracelet with the release a number of limited edition designs, ranging from blue aluminum bangles to full pavé pieces sprinkled with diamonds. Click here to view the collection, and to get a chance to purchase one of your own before the masses. (Fashion Bomb Inbox)
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