World Cup Loving Fashionistas, rejoice! Charlotte Olympia recently released a set of World Cup themed perspex clutches, boasting the flags of Brazil, France, Sweden, the good ol U.S.A., and many more (I’m presuming the flags are all inclusive). The Hat Trick Pandora clutch features a hand painted enamel football detail on its signature spider clasp and a selection of flag embroidered satin inserts to wave on your favorite team. The fun patriotric accessories will be available starting the 4th of July at Charlotte Olympia stores in London, New York, Beverly Hills and Miami. Would you rock one? (Fashion Bomb Inbox)
Judges handling Dolce & Gabbana’s current legal battles aren’t buying the designer’s claims of innocence. “It is not at all believable that the designers, once made aware of the project [to avoid Italian taxes], could feel that they were operating legally,” said a judge. The pair have been fined over $550 million, and have been sentenced to one year and six months in jail, though the sentence will likely be waved. (Fashionista)
Russell Westbook has released a lookbook of some of the pieces to be released in August as a part of his collaboration with Barneys New York. The images feature pieces from Jordan, Globe Trotter, and Selima though even more from brands like Marcelo Burlon and Want Les Essentiels will be apart of the full collection. In anticipation of the launch, Westbrook is headed to Paris for the men’s shows this week. (WWD)
With Sex and the City over, Sarah Jessica Parker might be amping up for a role in a new television series. Reports have pegged the actress turned designer in a televised adaption of the book Busted: A Tale of Corruption and Betrayal in the City of Brotherly Love. The novel is about police corruption in Philadelphia. Are you looking forward to having SJP back on the small screen? (ELLE)
MTV is bringing back “Total Request Live” for one day under the name “Total Ariana Live.” The segment, to air July 2nd, will feature Ariana Grande performing her latest hit, debuting a single, and discussing her upcoming album. Maybe this is a tester to see if TRL could survive in today’s market, eh? (Page Six)
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