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Students at Parsons the New School for Design have started a petition over the hiring of disgraced designer John Galliano. [The Cut]
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Like the idea of a George Lucas Cultural Arts Museum? Show your support on Facebook. [Mashable]
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It was only a matter of time: Modern Family bombshell Sofia Vergara is launching shape wear for Kmart. [WWD]
What exactly do the “most influential people” in the world wear to celebrate the TIME honor? See how honorees including Michael Kors, Justin Timberlake, and Lena Dunham dressed for the prestigious red carpet. [PopSugar]
That hair care lawsuit Katy Perry’s tangled up in just got messier — the pop star is responding with a $6.5 million counterclaim. [The Hollywood Reporter]
Your name could be on a green room at the the new Academy Museum of Motion Pictures, scheduled to open in 2017. It’ll just cost you $2.5 million. [Hollywood Reporter]
Mad Men’s Kiernan Shipka might just have a job as a fashion critic to fall back on. See the pint-sized star critique her co-star’s style and talk about the style lessons she’s learned from the show. [Huffington Post]
Watch The Great Gatsby costume designer Catherine Martin explain why she chose Brooks Brothers to outfit every man in the flick, what it was like to pull from their archives, and how she tailored the looks for key characters such as Tom Buchanan. [GQ]
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Fashion designer Michael Kors makes Time’s Most Influential list
Time magazine has released its annual list of 100 most influential people, and in addition to world leaders, scientists, and artists, a few members of the fashion industry also made the cut.
American sportswear designer Michael Kors – whose company quadrupled profits in the past year — is included in the “Titan” category. The former Project Runway judge is profiled by fellow designer Zac Posen, who inherited Kors’ seat on the fashion reality competition this season.
“When I started designing fashion in high school, around 1996, Michael Kors was the epitome of the new look of American sportswear: elegant luxury, easy glamour and effortless chic. His clothes merged the worlds of fashion and accessibility, which isn’t easy — there was a sense of cleanliness in his designs,” Posen writes. “Nearly two decades later, Michael is poised to become fashion’s next billionaire. It takes a great deal of resilience and staying power to last for decades, and it’s a testament to Michael’s very clear vision.” READ FULL STORY »
Kim Kardashian told Jimmy Kimmel she plans to outfit her baby in chains, leather pants and other “fun stuff” that will be ”specially made” to suit dad Kanye West’s tastes in fashion. [Huffington Post]
Former Project Runway judge Michael Kors’ partnership with the UN Hunger Program will kick off with a celebrity PSA and the sale of a special “Watch Hunger Stop” timepiece. [WWD]
A new book called Bodies of Subversion: A Secret History of Women and Tattoo explores the significance of female body art using star case studies like Kat Von D and Lena Dunham. [Flavorwire]
See the new art exhibit inspired by your favorite throwback YA classics, including Sweet Valley High, Nancy Drew, and Harriet the Spy. [Flavorwire]
MAC Cosmetics has unveiled a new line of makeup inspired by Betty and Veronica of the Archie comic book series. [Coco Perez]
After spending 10 seasons as a judge on the fashion reality competition Project Runway, Michael Kors is vacating his chair.
Though designer is out, he wasn’t “auf’d.” READ FULL STORY »
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