Fashion News: Models on the Cover of Elle for the First Time in Over Eight Years; Proenza Schouler To Launch A Denim Line; and More

September 7, 2011

Elle Puts Models on Its October 2011 Cover – The First Time in Over Eight Years
“For the first time in over eight years, Elle has placed a model on its cover. Not just one model, in fact, but rather four: “We felt it was time to show the sexy side of fashion again, enlisting four of the runway’s super seductive models – Miranda Kerr, Chanel Iman, Adriana Lima, and Doutzen Kroes,” says editor Robbie Myers.”

Proenza Schouler Will Launch A Denim Line By January (The Cut)
“Proenza Schouler previously dabbled in denim with their J Brand collaboration, but their new deal with Theory’s Andrew Rosen provided the necessary cash for them to launch their very own jeans line. They fitted samples last week and hope to launch the collection by December or January.”

Should 14-Year-Old Kylie Jenner be Allowed to Walk in Avril Lavigne’s Runway Show? (Fashionista)
“Kylie just turned 14, which is well below the CFDA-imposed 16-year age minimum for runway models. Since February of this year, when these guidelines were announced, it’s been a gradual adjustment for some–having lead to a recent request by the CFDA that designers start carding models at their shows.”

Kate Moss Disguised As Terry Richardson With Terry Also Disguised As Terry (Refinery 29)
“We got these photos from V Magazine of a not-so-well disguised Kate Moss and an even-less-well disguised Terry Richardson running through Paris. The masks, duffel bags, and whole heist were courtesy of a Mango TV commercial (for images of Kate stripping in the back of a white van, you’re going to have to wait for the release of the film).”

Juicy Couture Founders Announce Fall 2012 Launch of Skaist-Taylor (Racked)
“It’s finally here! For any fans of early Juicy Couture, you’ll be excited to hear that the original Juicies—Pamela Skaist-Levy and Gela Nash-Taylor, who sold JC to Liz Claiborne in 2003 and left the brand in early 2010—have just announced the fall 2012 launch of their new label, Skaist-Taylor.”


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