Style Notes: Kanye West's Yeezy Sneakers Are Coming Soon; Melissa Rivers to Co-Host 'Fashion Police'
Celebrate Wednesday with these four fashion stories. (Unless you're a Cavs fan, in which case you should read these to cheer up.)
Fans of Kanye West's Yeezy sneaker need not wait long, as the official release date has been announced. The Adidas Yeezy 350 boost, which run $210 per pair, will be available beginning on June 27 in New York, Los Angeles, Chicago and online — that is, if you have a "reservation" on the brand's sneakers app. Better act fast. [Yahoo Style]
It's official: Melissa Rivers is the newest co-host of E!'s Fashion Police, which returns to the network this August. The late Joan Rivers' daughter, who is also an executive producer on the show, will sit betwixt Giuliana Rancic and Brad Goreski following the abrupt exits of Kathy Griffin and Kelly Osbourne earlier this year. [THR]
Coco Rocha has made the move from Wilhelmina Models to IMG. The decision to change up her representation furthers her relationship with the WME/IMG brand, given that WME has represented the 26-year-old for her speaking engagements and commercials since 2013. Rocha is the latest of top models to sign with the agency, which also reps Gigi and Bella Hadid, Lily Donaldson, Joan Smalls and Miranda Kerr. [WWD]
Attention all women of average height: Seven For All Mankind has made it possible for you, too, to rock a pair of flare jeans — without having to call your tailor. The denim makers introduced their "Tailorless" line (retailing between $189 and $215) for fall, which is made for women who aren't tall enough for "regular" length flares (which usually come with a 37-inch inseam) yet are too tall for "petite" lengths. The Tailorless collection features a comfortable 32-33 inch inseam, perfect for the 5'4'' woman. [WWD]