Style Notes: Jennifer Lopez Enters the T-Shirt Business, Rag & Bone Launches London Store
THR breaks down the day’s hottest fashion headlines.
After inking a deal with Wet n Wild cosmetics, pop icon Fergie has released her first line of nail polish colors, entitled "Fergie." The line includes vibrant colors ranging from lime green to hot pink.
Emily Mortimer, who plays a rebellious producer on HBO’s new show The Newsroom, is now the new poster girl for British fashion brand L.K. Bennett’s autumn/winter 2012 collection as the company looks to expand operations in the U.S.
Iconic French designer Jean Paul Gaultier's collaboration with Diet Coke as its 2012 creative director continues. The company has just released special-edition cans at select retailers across Europe, some decorated with his iconic blue and white Breton stripes, others with a feminine corset print.
Stella McCartney has launched her new line of everyday lingerie, entitled "Stella". Hitting stores this August, the collection includes five bras ($55 each) in colors ranging from electric blue to classic pinks and blacks – all produced from organic cotton and recycled metal.
With six stores in Manhattan and flagship stores in Boston, D.C, and Tokyo, Rag & Bone will enter the European market later this month with a flagship store in London. To mark its arrival, the brand’s British designers Marcus Wright and David Neville will host a special showing at London fashion week in September.
Proenza Schouler will be in stellar company when it opens the doors to its very first store this Friday on Madison Avenue at East 69 St., where its neighbors will include Gucci, Prada and Tom Ford on Madison Avenue. As he told WWD, designer Lazaro Hernandez believes, “It just feels wrong in a good way to open uptown…the reality is, the clothes are expensive and the customer is here.”
Backed by Jennifer Lopez and tech entrepreneurs Brian Lee and MJ Eng, the luxury T-shirt shopping website Teelogy.com launched Thursday. The site sells limited edition luxury T-shirts curated from different designers in addition to basic T-shirts starting at $20.