Style Notes: Jean-Paul Gaultier Designs Tea Packaging; The Reformation Raises $12 Million in Funding
Five fashion stories to know, ICYMI.
Rihanna, singer, fashion darling and prankster extraordinaire, pulled off an amazing April Fool's joke on Wednesday when she broke into Jimmy Kimmel's house and woke him by jumping on his bed and blasting her latest single, "Bitch Better Have My Money." The best part? She did it all while wearing a pair of Alexander Wang's Fall 2015 platform boots. What an inspiration. [Racked]
Forget dresses — Jean-Paul Gaultier is designing tea packaging now. The esteemed designer has partnered with Kusmi Tea to create labels for their Anastasia and Prince Vladimir brews in his signature "sailor stripes and tattoo icons." [Vogue]
One of Taylor Swift's favorite clothing brands, The Reformation, just raised $12 million from a funding round in preparation for expansion. The eco-friendly label counts Swift's BFF and Vogue cover co-star Karlie Kloss among its investors. [Fashionista]
From Tilda Swinton to photographer Steven Klein, Francois Nars always manages to find the coolest characters to work with on his namesake beauty brand. Next up for a NARS collab? Designer Christopher Kane, whose bright yet refined aesthetic has inspired a shimmery collection filled with magenta, orange and pink products — just in time for spring. [Elle]
Kourtney Kardashian finally shared a photo of her and Scott Disick's youngest son, Reign Aston Disick, on her Instagram account early this morning. With a new Kardashian-produced reality show starring Dash employees slated for fall, we'll probably be seeing a lot more of little Reign. [Refinery29]