The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Kendall Jenner Shoots for Vogue, Tom Ford Says Rihanna’s Instagram is the Most Important Thing In Fashion, and Beyonce and First Lady Michelle Obama Make Forbes ‘Most Powerful’ List
So remember when Kendall Jenner said she had just shot a spread for Vogue? Well it’s here! And while it’s not the Vogue you were probably thinking of, we’ve got to say that seeing this Kardashian sister as a model really isn’t that far fetched. Wearing everything from Givenchy to Celine and Chanel, mixed in with with about four other models, Jenner doesn’t stick out much as we would have thought she would have for Patrick Demarchelier’s lens. And in case you were wondering, mega stylist Katie Grand provided the fits for this Vogue Paris spread.(The Fashion Spot)
The fashion industry is missing out on it’s most important aspect right now according to Tom Ford: Rihanna’s instagram. “Something new is happening that I’m just clueing into now—this probably won’t go down well—but customers don’t care any more about reviews or hard-copy publications,” Ford said in an interview. “They care what picture Rihanna just Instagrammed while she’s naked in bed, what new shoes she has on, how she’s talking about them. That’s what they respond to.” Welp, I guess the work we do here is done. We should now focus on getting Rih to go back to laying her Sierra filters on everything.(E Online!)
Apparently there are 16 other girls who run the world more than Beyonce. Among them are Hillary Clinton(number 6), Michelle Obama(number 8) and Oprah(number 14) according to a new Forbes list. Women of color make up about a fifth of the top tier of the list, which includes 25 names, led by the Chancellor of Germany Angela Merkel. (Forbes)
In addition to heading up the creative end of the Charles James revival, the team at Marchesa has decided to switch up fashion weeks all together for this upcoming season. Instead of showing in New York in September, the brand will be showing at London Fashion Week. Don’t worry though, this is a one-off deal to celebrate the designers’ 10th year anniversary. Next February you’ll be able to enjoy them back in the U.S.A.(WWD)
Though his revenues are already up 51 percent (meaning he’s making $3.31 billion), Michael Kors isn’t done yet. What’s next: a new e-commerce site, 500 new shop-in-shops, 45 new North American stores and 25 more airport travel retail stores. In this massive expansion, the brand is counting on you focusing on the watch and jewelry section. Come January, Kors will introduce a new line of eyewear in partnership with Luxottica. Michael Kors on everything. (WWD)
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