Fashion Scoops: Seymour at Home … Back Together Again … Road Show …
SEYMOUR AT HOME: Stephanie Seymour, a former model for Victoria’s Secret, will launch lingerie and sleepwear on Home Shopping Network at midnight on Nov. 25. A sales projection was not available, but the line will sell for $18 to $60. Seymour...
SEYMOUR AT HOME: Stephanie Seymour, a former model for Victoria’s Secret, will launch lingerie and sleepwear on Home Shopping Network at midnight on Nov. 25. A sales projection was not available, but the line will sell for $18 to $60. Seymour described the stage as "a beautiful Art Deco setting with mood lighting" and live models."It will give viewers a feeling like they are spying on beautiful ladies in a dressing room," she said.BACK TOGETHER AGAIN: Who would have thought after David Granger abruptly left GQ five-and-a-half years ago — where he had been Art Cooper’s protegé — to edit rival Esquire, he and Cooper would be breaking bread together? But that’s what happened Tuesday at the Four Seasons, where Cooper and Granger were seen dining a deux."We have not kept up with each other that much. The last time we had lunch was three years ago," said Granger, who explained when he left GQ in 1997, Cooper told him that "some day" they’d have lunch, and they did, two years later, and then again Tuesday."David was one of the guys who was instrumental in electing me to the [ASME] Hall of Fame. There will be a bunch of people I’ll be celebrating with, and he’s one of the first ones," said Cooper, who will be inducted Jan. 29.So what did the two men’s editors talk about?"We talked about how we would never put Mike Tyson on the cover," Cooper said. (Tyson was the cover image for the November issue of arch-rival Details). "David worked here for five years and we were talking about the possibility of editing magazines people really wanted to read." Granger added, "It’s apparent there’s a thirst for actual substance."Speaking of substance, Granger and Cooper both dined on bison. "The last time I had it was three years ago when we had lunch together at the Four Seasons," Granger said.And will he order bison when they dine together in say, another three years?"We’ll be having lunch before that," said Granger, who probably owes him one. The reservation was in Cooper’s name, and he picked up the check.ROAD SHOW: It looks like Los Angeles–based designer Rick Owens, a recent convert to the New York runway, is taking his show even further on the road. Sources said Owens plans to show his fall 2003 collection in Paris, where fashion week is scheduled for March 6 to 14.SINGIN’ IN SPAIN: Where there are music videos and pop-star sirens, you can bet that Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are not far behind. The self-described MTV addicts got to be in on the action during the MTV Europe Music Awards last week in Barcelona. The designers not only helped sponsor the event, but also presented the Best Female Artist Award to Jennifer Lopez. Of course, the duo’s sexy digs were seen on a slew of performers and winners, including Kylie Minogue, Alicia Keys, Pink, Sophie Ellis Bextor, Enrique Iglesias and Jon Bon Jovi. "We’ve always believed that the relationship between music and fashion is very important — almost reciprocal," Gabbana said. "Barcelona is filled with young people and has a great Mediterranean energy so it was the perfect environment for the show." Caliente!FLOOZIES: The FrostFrench girls are ready to make a big impression with their smalls (an English term for panties). Designers Sadie Frost and Jemima French, who launched their collection just two years ago, have signed on with British department store chain Debenhams to design an exclusive range for its lingerie department. The line, called Floozie, is expected to be "young, directional and above all, very sexy," according to Debenhams. The collection will launch in June at selected Debenhams stores.
“I grew up in New York but I hadn’t really experienced the city in any type of touristy way…This was probably the first museum I really explored and took the time to see,” said @haileybaldwin of the @whitneymuseum. On Tuesday night, Baldwin was joined by Jemima Kirke and more at the annual Whitney Museum Gala and Studio Party, which honored Lorna Simpson, Joanne Leonhardt Cassullo and Beth Rudin DeWoody. See more photos on WWD.com. #wwdeye (📷: @lexieblacklock)
Displayed starting this week at the @fashiontextilemuseum: An exhibition on designer @orlakiely titled “Orla Kiely: A Life in Pattern,” which spans two decades and contains more than 150 pieces. “I want people to come away loving pattern and print. It’s something that makes you feel so good,” said the designer during a preview of the exhibit. Also on show are mood boards, samples, sketches and more. Head to WWD.com to see more photos. #wwdfashion
Exclusive: @dsquared2 signs fragrance licensing agreement with Euroitalia, with the first effort of the new partnership being unveiled in September. The brand will launch two scents – one for men and one for women – in Italy. Read our interview with designer Dean and Dan Caten on WWD.com. #wwdbeauty #wwdnews (📷: @zefashioninsider)
@louisvuitton has officially renewed Nicolas Ghesquière’s contract as artistic director of women's collections. "I am very pleased to open the next chapter of the story I started with Louis Vuitton almost 5 years ago," said Ghesquière, who first signed on to design the French luxury brand's women's line in 2013. Get all the details on WWD.com. #wwdnews #wwdfashion (📷: @giovanni_giannoni_photo)
“I learned then and there that I had to figure out a way in life to maintain and preserve my sense of pride when I felt good about what I did or what I represented or created,” said @saintrecords on how being bullied for wearing capri pants inspired her to be the artist she is today. Knowles was at the 70th Parsons Benefit last night where she outbid the room for a Dapper Dan customized @gucci experience. #wwdeye (📷: @lexieblacklock)
“There’s this amazing braintrust of people who know the whole universe so well. So we talked to them and they gave us more input,” said actor Alden Ehrenreich on playing the young Han Solo in “Solo: A Star Wars Story.” The cast was at NYC’s SVA Theatre last night for an advanced screening of the film, which hits theaters this week. #wwdeye #starwars #hansolo (📷: @aurorarosedecrosta)
@asaprocky spent nearly two hours in a Plexiglas box Sunday night at @sothebys putting himself through a series of “tests” to demonstrate the process of completing his new album called “Testing.” Get all the details and see all the pictures on WWD.com. #wwdeye
“I’ve struggled my whole life to find a bathing suit that fits me that doesn’t look like a maternity bra. I’m proud of the line because it’s an accurate representation of me rather than me putting on someone else’s clothes,” says @atlantabean of her swimwear collaboration with @piaarrobio, LPA X ATL. The two decided on a swimwear collab and increased the industry standard size for the pieces. Read more about the line — and our interview with de Cadenet Taylor and Arrobio — on WWD.com #wwdfashion (📷: Dan Doperalski)