Sunday October 10, 2010 9:31 am
Items Du Jour: Lara Stone Loves ANTM, Teens Go Make-Up Free
—Victoria Beckham sports Jean Paul Gaultier’s shoulder-padded bra for La Perla on the November issue of Marie Claire. As usual, she looks fabulous.
—Whether it’s her red carpet
shoe designer Steve Madden. The pair are currently in talks to collaborate on a collection together; however, neither sides have yet to confirm.
—Model Lara Stone admits that she’s a huge fan of America’s Next Top Model. When asked about whether or not she’s learned anything from the shoe, she admits, “Smizeing. I’m good at that.”
—A quirky teaser video for Lanvin’s H&M collection is out. Check back on H&M’s site November 2nd for the line’s fashion show. The collection, however, won’t hit stores until November 20th.
—CFDA president Diane von Furstenberg is to launch a beauty range with ID Beauty. The first product, a perfume, is expected hit stores this fall. The rest of the line will include cosmetics and skin care products.
—A group of Texan teenagers have come together to promote make-up free Tuesdays!
—After her longtime business partner, Chantal Bacon, left Betsey Johnson, shoe designer Steve Maddon bought the eccentric designer’s label, who was experiencing financial troubles. Johnson is expected to still control all of the design aspects.
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