Another day, another ban. So goes the story with the still Instagram-less Rihanna. While here in the States it seems we don’t have a problem with her new ad for her Rogue perfume, the British Advertising Standards Authority finds the topless singer curled up on the floor “sexually suggestive.” The ads have been taken down from anywhere that children might see them. Do you think the ban was justified? (E Online!)
While many companies have run from Terry Richardson faster than fashion girls let loose at an Alexander Wang sample sale, one high fashion brand has decided to stick by the controversial photog. Valentino has again tapped Richardson to be a model of sorts for their Fall 2014 accessories campaign featuring their “camubutterfly” print. The campaign isn’t the first time Richardson has posed for the brand–he also made appearances in front of the camera back in Fall 2013 and Spring 2014. (Fashion Gone Rogue)
18 designers have revealed inspirations and photos from their upcoming presentations ahead of London Collections: Men (London’s menswear fashion week), . As it is London, the home of Saville Row, there were a lot of suits. In addition, Jimmy Choo revealed a sketch of a boot that looks very similar to a Doc Marten. Sandra Choi, the creative director said “A summer style that conveys a blend of traditional sportswear with contemporary, artisanal craftsmanship,” of the sketch. (WWD)
In case you wanted yet another bit of insight into the world of “fashion people,” Michael Carl of Vanity Fair has taken to YouTube to explain us all. With the requisite dash of humor, the fashion editor pins down the best ways to point out a fashion girl or boy. Coming soon? A video about airport etiquette according to Carl’s Twitter. (Vanity Fair’s Youtube)
Remember that Altuzarra for Target collaboration we told you about? Well at the CFDA Awards, Target discreetly unveiled one of the dresses on the back of their director of designer collaborations, Noria Morales. The black, long sleeved dress has us chomping at the bit for the rest of the pieces that are in store come September 14th.(Glamour)
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