Fashion News: Kate Moss’ September Vogue Cover; Vera Wang and Zales to Offer Bridal Jewelry; and More

August 11, 2011

Kate Moss’ September Vogue Cover Revealed, Plus the Best Bits from Her Cover Story
“It’s finally here: Vogue‘s all-important September issue covered by Kate Moss in a purple McQueen and photographed by Mario Testino. The cover story, written by Hamish Bowles, is a really lovely read, and offers an insidery peek at Kate and her wedding as Bowles was a guest himself.”

Zale Partners With Vera Wang to Offer Exclusive Bridal Jewelry (MSN)
“Zale Corporation and Vera Wang today announced a partnership to launch a new, exclusive collection of diamond bridal jewelry. The new collection will be called “Vera Wang LOVE” and will offer a variety of diamond engagement rings, matching wedding bands and solitaire bridal jewelry to be available exclusively in Zale stores throughout the U.S., Canada and Puerto Rico beginning this fall.”

A Preview of the Missoni for Target Collection (Fashionologie)
“Missoni’s 400-piece Target range spans clothing for men, women, and children; home accessories; footwear; luggage; and more — and the lookbook is finally available for preview, just over a month before the offering hits Target stores and online Sept. 13.”

Louboutin’s ‘Red Soles’ Lawsuit: Judge Refuses To Stop YSL’s Shoe Sales (Huffington Post)
“U.S. District Judge Victor Marrero refused a request by Christian Louboutin to stop the sale of women’s shoes with red soles by competitor Yves Saint Laurent S.A.S., another French company based in Paris. Though the ruling came at an early stage of consideration of a lawsuit Louboutin brought in April, the judge said it will probably be tossed out.”

Conde Nast HR is “Looking Into” Who’s Behind @CondeElevator (Racked)
“Last weekend, it appears that someone who doesn’t care about their job at Conde Nast started a Twitter account called @CondeElevator, where they tweet about overheard conversations, Anna Wintour sightings, and other employees’ diets (lettuce, anyone?). It was only a matter of time, then, that the powers that be at the publishing house started its building-wide shakedown in an effort to suss out the rogue tweeter.”


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