The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Beyonce’s Dresses To Go In The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Hermes Artistic Director Leaves The Brand, and Olivia Palermo Is Doing A Shoe Collaboration


  • The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame has announced that starting Tuesday they will display a selection of seven of Beyonce’s most iconic dresses of all time.  With everything from her look from the Super Bowl performance last year to her black leotard in her “Single Ladies” video, the exhibit comes after a really long time of the museum trying to get the singer in the museum.  “When we looked at the depth of the amount of stuff that she was willing to send, we just thought, ‘The only way we can really showcase these items is to put them in the Legends of Rock area in the museum,‘” said Meredith Rutledge-Borger, the museum curator. (Time)


  • Christophe Lemaire is leaving the French-brand Hermes after the brand’s next show in October.  Having served as the brand’s artistic director for four years, the designer will focus on his own label now.  And if you think that it’s because his designers weren’t selling, think again.  “Under his artistic direction the metier has renewed its aesthetic and produced very satisfactory financial results,” said the brand’s CEO Axel Dumas.  You can now place your bets for his replacement! (Fashionista)


  • Up your Louis Vuitton history by buying the brand’s newest book, out this October entitled “Louis Vuitton Fashion Photography.”  With nearly 200 images, the book features work from photographers like Mert Alas and Marcus Piggot, Patrick Demarchelier, Steven Meisel, Mario Testino and others.  You’ll find three sections inside: fashion articles since 1977, advertising campaigns and flashback to the Fifties.Pick up the limited-edition version starting October 1 in select Louis Vuitton stores for $130 or the book store edition starting october 15th for $85.(WWD)


  • Diane Von Furstenberg’s term as the president of the CFDA has been extended for two more years.  A unanimous vote by the board of the organization decided to push the designer’s time at the helm of the organization to a full decade.  “An additional two years will make it a decade of Diane with the time spent on strengthening the board and organizational development,” said CEO Steven Kolb. (StyleBlazer)

Olivia Palermo New York City

  • Olivia Palermo isn’t done with this thing called fashion! The newlywed recently announced a collaboration with Italian footwear label Aquazzura that will hit 12 retailers globally as well as Net-A-Porter.  Six styles will make up the line including a tie-front sandal, over-the-knee boots, gladiators and suede booties.  Keep an eye out for them this September! (Lucky)
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