Style Notes: Cara Delevingne Is Unrecognizable for 'Suicide Squad'; Coach Sees Improvement
Style stories to skim during the World Series' commercial breaks.
Photos of Jared Leto's transformation into the Joker for Suicide Squad leaked early on (that florescent green hair is hard to miss), but it turns out that Cara Delevingne's new look is just as drastic. The model/actress' debut as Enchantress on the cover of Empire magazine was certainly shocking, to say the least. [THR]
After beginning a brand makeover last year, Coach has been struggling to turn around its falling sales. However, as with many creative overhauls, things were expected to get worse before they got better. Now, it appears that Coach is slowly but surely crawling out of its hole. The company posted its first quarter results, which — though still down three percent compared to last year's sales — beat Wall Street's expectations. [Fashionista]
Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner's feminist newsletter, Lenny, has inked a deal with Hearst to begin running ads. Dunham made the announcement in her fifth newsletter, noting that though there will be ads, she and the rest of the Lenny team will still have full creative control. She said of the partnership, "We want Lenny to be a self-sustaining, kick-ass, women-run business for a long, long time. We want to continue to pay our authors and artists fairly and get our content to as many people as we possibly can. The resources afforded by this partnership simply allow Lenny to exist and to grow." [CNN]