Style Notes: Kim Kardashian Breaks Down Her Day; Delia's Is Back
Your Tuesday fashion briefing.
If you've ever thought to yourself, "What exactly do the Kardashians do all day?" Harper's Bazaar has the answers. Kim Kardashian West herself sat down with the glossy and broke down her day, hour by hour, sparing none of the juicy details. [Harper's Bazaar]
Delia's, beloved fashion retailer and style guide of '90s tweens (more commonly known as dELiA*s), is back from the dead (bankruptcy) as an online-only retailer. The re-emerging brand posted a photo on Instagram with the caption: "News flash! @Delias will be coming back-to-school with you! Best part? Online only = ALWAYS OPEN! #DeliasForever #BackToSchool." dELiA*s forever, indeed. [Instagram]
It looks like all the media hype and celebrities' endorsement of the Apple Watch paid off. According to estimates from Slice Intelligence, there were more than 1 million orders placed when preorders became available Friday. [Quartz]
Bella Hadid, younger sibling of supermodel sister Gigi, is beginning to pave her own way in the fashion industry. The 18-year-old stars in an athleisure editorial for CR, rocking head-to-toe Calvin Klein. Move over, Kendall and Justin. [CR]
For the first time in five years, a black woman graces the cover of Vogue Paris. Ethiopian-born model Liya Kebede looks stunning on the May 2015 issue in colorful Christian Dior Haute Couture. The last African-American woman to be featured on the magazine's cover was Rose Cordero in 2010. [Fashionista]