Style Notes: Pam Anderson Designs Vegan Shoes; Emilia Clarke Is 'GQ' U.K.'s Woman of the Year
Celebrate the first day of fall with a little style news.
Devout vegan Pamela Anderson wants the world to know that "vegans can be sexy," too, and is proving it by teaming up with accessories designer Amelie Pichard for a line of vegan shoes and bags. The former Bay Watch bombshell will also star in the promotional campaign for the line, and 50 percent of the collection's proceeds will benefit The Pamela Anderson Foundation, an organization dedicated to protecting human, animal and environmental rights. [WWD]
Daenerys Targaryen a.k.a. Khaleesi a.k.a. Emilia Clarke has been named GQ U.K.'s Woman of the Year. The Game of Thrones star, who appears on the October cover story rocking Balmain and Dior, follows in the footsteps of Kim Kardashian, who landed the the top spot in 2014. [Fashion Gone Rogue]
In addition to his gig as a designer, Karl Lagerfeld is also well-known for his photography skills. To honor his contribution to the world of fashion photography, the Chanel creative director is getting his own exhibit at the Pinacotheque de Paris. The Gerhard Steidl and Eric Pfrunder-curated collection, called, "Karl Lagerfeld: A Visual Journey," will open on Oct. 16 and run until Mar. 20. [WWD]
Aspiring British model Rosie Nelson has launched a Change.org petition urging lawmakers in the U.K. to draft legislation that would protect models from agencies whose drastic weight-loss measures endanger models' health. Nelson cited her own experience with an agency — which remains unnamed in her petition — that told her that even after losing one stone (14 pounds) and two inches from her waist, she still needed to "get down to the bone" before they would sign her. [Racked]