• Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Marc Jacobs to Dior?, Zoe Saldana Covers Flaunt, and Inside The Kardashian-Humphries Wedding

    WWD is reporting CFDA Lifetime Achievement Award winner Marc Jacobs may add another achievement to his already illustrious career, and take over for John Galliano at Dior.

    While nothing is confirmed, a source tells WWD: “a deal with Jacobs is not assured, but the American designer and Dior management are ‘excited’ about the prospect.” If Jacobs moves to Dior, someone will have to replace him at Louis Vuitton. Enter Phoebe Philo of one of Kanye West‘s favorite design houses, Céline. She is said to be in the running to fill Jacobs’ possible vacancy, but even if she gets the job, she will retain her position as Céline’s creative director. Lots of exciting news over at LVMH! (Fashionista)

    • Want Alexander Wang to judge your potential Fashion’s Night Out outfit? This week’s Vogue.com Style Setter theme is what to wear to FNO. Enter to be judged by the t-shirt king and other Vogue.com editors. (Vogue.com)

    Zoe Saldana covers issue 116 of Flaunt magazine. What do we think of the shot? (Beauty is Diverse)

    • In collaboration with Moda Operandi, CFDA/Vogue Fashion Fund winner Eddie Borgo has released an exclusive version of his iconic cone bracelet. The rose gold and pink tourmaline bracelet is available starting today through August 29th. Think you’ll get your hands on one? (Stylelist)

    • If you wanted to be spared the details of this weekend’s Kardashian- Humphries wedding, as of right now you’re out of luck. Bride and bridesmaids all wore Vera Wang gowns, while Humprhries looked strapping in an Ermenegildo Zegna tux. Ever the thrifty couple, the two exchanged tastefully inexpensive Lorraine Schwartz wedding bands. For the reception, the former Ms. Kardashian sported another Wang number: “This time, the blushing bride wore an ivory mermaid gown with hand-pieced Chantilly lace appliqué on the bodice and a skirt with hand-cut organza petals intermixed with Chantilly lace motifs and organza sprig embroidery.” Sounds nice. Even nicer is the $17 million the couple made off the wedding! Peep the video, if you’re interested. (E! Online)


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