• The Fashion Bomb News Breakdown: Balmain’s Olivier Rousteing Says McDonalds is Best Hangover Cure, Tory and Chris Burch Finally Settle That Lawsuit, and Fei Fei Sun Covers Vogue Italia

    Balmain designer Olivier Rousteing told Fashionista.com that McDonalds was his answer to super hangovers. He said, “I buy nine nuggets, barbeque sauce, a burger, McFlurry and potatoes. I swear when you get out of the club at six or seven and you wait a bit till McDonald’s open[s], that’s the best cure.” I’m lovin it. (Fashionista)


    Tory and ex-husband Chris Burch have finally settled that lawsuit over Chris’s stake in the company. To review, Chris had planned on selling part of his 28% share of the brand,  but thanks to the magic of our legal system, the label has instead added two new minority investors. Chris still retains an unknown stake in the brand. Happy to hear all is well in Burch land! (WWD)

    Peter Dundas might be loving his gig at the helm of Emilio Pucci, but says he doesn’t know if he’ll be designing for much longer. He told the Telegraph he’s considering early retirement: “Sometimes you meet designers who have been doing this their whole life and you think how exhausting that must be,” he said. “I know how it is for me – you give it your all every time. I think for everybody creative there’s a shelf-life.” Hope he doesn’t dip out too soon! (Telegraph)

    Andrej Pejic‘s starting off his 2013 on a high note, covering ELLE Serbia as the title’s first cross-dressed male model. The accompanying spread features Pejic posing with himself– as both genders. Whichever sex he’s portraying, you gotta admit he looks damn good. (Telegraph)

    • The beautiful Fei Fei Sun has snagged the cover of the January 2013 issue of Vogue Italia, making her the first Asian model to cover the glossy alone in… ever? The shoot pays homage to the legendary China Machado. What do you think? Did Fei Fei kill it or what? (Vogue Italia)


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