Style Notes: Michael Strahan's Active Line; Alice + Olivia Donate Prom Dresses
Cinco de Mayo style news.
Michael Strahan Launches Active Lifestyle Line at JCPenney [Yahoo]
Football player turned morning show host Michael Strahan is launching a collection of activewear exclusively at JCPenney. The line, called MSX by Michael Strahan, is the 44-year-old's second collaboration with the retailer — he also has a selection of tailored menswear and accessories called Collection by Michael Strahan. The new lifestyle sampling includes tees, chinos, polos and jogger pants with special detailing including UV protection and reflective strips. Priced from $13 to $26, the line drops May 21 in stores and online at jcp.com.
Alice + Olivia to Donate One Prom Dress for Every Dress Sold [WWD]
Alice + Olivia has launched a new program called "Buy a Dress, Give a Dream!" which donates one prom dress to girls in need for every dress purchased in a domestic store or online at AliceandOlivia.com. Creative director Stacey Bendet also plans to host an NYC benefit at which recipients can come try on their new prom dresses. The program, launched last week, will continue through May 17.
Caitlyn Jenner Reportedly Going Nude for Sports Illustrated Cover [Us Weekly]
According to Us Weekly's sources, Caitlyn Jenner will appear on a Sports Illustrated cover wearing nothing but her gold medal. The shoot is reportedly to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the 1976 decathalon win at the Montreal Summer Olympics (in which she competed as Bruce Jenner).
Ariel Winter Shades Chloe Grace Moretz Over Glamour Interview [Refinery29]
Modern Family star Ariel Winter, 18, and actress Chloe Grace Moretz, also 18, had two very different reactions to Kim Kardashian's censor-barred nude Instagram photo. While Winter applauded Kardashian's body confidence, Moretz argued that the post was inappropriate. In a recent Glamour interview, Moretz defended her stance — and Winter shot back. The teen, who has been very vocal about body image in the past, posted an Instagram addressing "a certain interview" in which she writes: "No picture is the exception to someone else's rule ... Live life on your own terms."