Friday April 1, 2011 6:27 pm
Items Du Jour: Siriano Designs Sponges and Beyonce’s New Look
-- Freelance model/photographer/retoucher Felice Fawn defends and provides proof of her Facebook conversation with Terry Richardson, which (not surprisingly) perpetuated his sleazy image. A fan of his work, Fawn is still holding out that the person who messaged her was a fraud.
-- American Apparel is supposedly even closer to filing bankruptcy.
-- Male model Eric Zentner -- who appeared in Versace ads, Teen Vogue editorials, and a Katy Perry music video -- was killed in a hit and run accident while he was en route to visit his mother last Saturday. Police are still searching for the suspect.
-- Beyonce was spotted on the set of her latest music video, which features the first single off her new album. In the photos, she wears Roberto Cavalli Pre-Spring 2011 and Fall/Winter 2011. Like her gal pal Gaga, she seems to have again reinvented her look.
-- Legal issues are amok at Marc Jacobs: a former Marc Jacobs executive has filed a sex discrimination lawsuit against Robert Duffy, Marc Jacobs International, and LVMH. The plaintiff, Patrice Lataillade, claims that Duffy created a "hostile work environment," in which Lataillade states that Duffy forced employees to watch gay porn.
-- From the runway to your... kitchen? Christian Siriano has launched a homewares line, which includes designer sponges.
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