The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Katy Perry Launches Range With Claire’s, Pamela Love Unveils Fine Jewelry Line, and Riccardo Tisci Compares Kim Kardashian to Marilyn Monroe

Katy Perry Attends Universal Music Group 2014 Post-Grammy Party

Katy Perry‘s delving into the costume jewelry, having inked a deal with Claire’s to back a line of jewelry and accessories. Katy Perry Prismwill be available at over 3,000 stores globally. The two-year collaboration will include “limited-edition items, seasonal novelty pieces, collectibles and product inspired by the lyrics and titles of Perry’s greatest hits.” It’s definitely a line aimed at a younger market, but it will be interesting to see what comes of the collaboration. (WWD)



• Kendall Jenner is just over the moon about her career so far as an up-and-coming model, having already posed for Vogue, ki-kiied with Anna Wintour, and walked for Marc Jacobs and Giles. “I’m literally living my dream right now, so I think that it was all a dream come true and it was amazing,” she told People. “It still really doesn’t feel real, but it’s all amazing.” She also says her first turn on the runway wasn’t as stressful as she thought it would be: “I thought I was going to be very, very, very nervous to the point where I felt like I was going to throw up, but I wasn’t, I was really comfortable,” she says. “I had a lot of good people surrounding me backstage and I had a lot of good people out just like, I had a lot of support so it was amazing.” (People)


Pamela Love Fine
via NYT

• Pamela Love is getting her feet wet in the world of fine jewelry with a brand new range, Pamela Love Fine, debuting in stores this week. Love upgrades her signature aesthetic, bedazzling rings, necklaces, and earrings with precious stones like black diamonds and blue sapphires. “I wanted to be very true to the DNA of the brand but more feminine — and a lot sparklier,” she told the New York Times. You can find the 28-piece collection at Barneys this week, with prices starting at $795. (NYT)



Miranda Kerr: mom, model, and now, singer. The Victoria’s Secret regular has recorded an Elvis cover with Australia-based performer Bobby Fox. “She didn’t take herself too seriously,” a spokesperson for Fox told the Daily Mail. “She just got into character and had a ball recording it.” The single, “You’re The Boss” will hit iTunes March 14th. (Telegraph)



• It might take Anna Wintour a while to fully get on board, but there are people (other than Kanye West) who believe that Kim Kardashian is an icon. Take Givenchy creative director Riccardo Tisci, for instance, who called her the: “[Marilyn] Monroe of our age. People think she’s like a doll, but actually she’s tough and clever.” Do you agree with Tisci? (Vogue UK)



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