Sunday, May 19, 2013

Weekly Fashion News (13/05-19/05)

   Rihanna is reportedly suing Topshop for $ 5m of selling T-shirts that bear pictures of her face allegedly without her consent. Topshop, who recently, has launched a festival themed line inspired by Kate Bosworth.


Topshop


Topshop


   Over €1 million worth of Chopard jewellery has been stolen from a Cannes hotel—the jewels were due to be loaned to stars attending the city's annual film festival. The brand has already provided a number of stars with jewellery (this year before the robbery) to wear for their red carpet appearances, including Cara Delevingne, Cindy Crawford and Lana Del Rey.

Cara Delevingne


   Roxy launches a new fresh graphic swimwear line in collaboration with Diane Von Furstenberg.

DVF x Roxy

   Los Angeles based writer, Greg Karber, has launched a new campaign to urge the public to donate any unwanted Abercrombie & Fitch clothes to the homeless; he explains the reasons better in the video:



   Versus new collection by JW Anderson has unveiled last Wednesday since Christopher’s Kane triumph at Versus.

Versus by JW Anderson

Versus by JW Anderson

Versus by JW Anderson

   Cara Delevingne poses nude on a  slogan T-shirt for Marc Jacobs' campaign against skin cancer. Other high-profile names to have bared all for Jacobs' nude tees in the past include Kate Moss, Victoria Beckham, Heidi Klum, Naomi Campbell, Dita Von Teese…
Marc Jacobs Charity T-Shirt



   The model Karlie Kloss has created a capsule collection for denim label Frame of two styles of jeans - made to be long in the leg, each with 40-inch inseams—in order to cater for women who share her similarly lithe proportions.

Karlie Kloss wearing one of the jeans- She looks freakishly tall doesn't she?

   The students from Central Saint Martins have launched their debut magazine. An offshoot of existing online venture, 1 Granary—named after the college's Granary Square London address. This magazine is intended to showcase talent from both CSM's alumni and current student body, as well as a selection of interviews, editorial and photography (spanning the college's many different courses). 
First issue of 1Granary, magazine of the CSM student body

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