Style Notes: Public School to Show in Dubai; Selfie-Ready Makeup Is Now a Thing
Fashion news for your Taco Tuesday.
Public School designers Maxwell Osborne and Dao-Yi Chow are hitting the road. The designers are leaving their beloved New York behind and heading to Dubai to show their pre-fall collection. Osborne and Chow, who also lead design at DKNY, are the latest to take their brand abroad for an in-between seasons show. Most recently, Louis Vuitton showed its resort collection in Palm Springs, while Dior showed on the French Riviera. [Fashionista]
CoverGirl knows that when it come to selfies, good lighting isn't always an option. That's why the cosmetics company, along with brands like Avon, have been creating new makeup with selfie-taking in mind, meaning "airbrushed" looks and a "photo finish" are a top priority. Foundation coloring, which can sometimes appear chalky with a flash, as well as more vibrant lipsticks are even being tested with iPhone and Samsung Galaxy cameras. [New York Times]
The Devil Wears Prada fans, rejoice! A new show based on life at a fashion magazine is in the works. This time, however, the premise is centered around the day-to-day of an employee at a provocative women's magazine. And who better to executive produce the untitled NBC comedy than Cosmopolitan editor-in-chief Joanna Coles? Sounds like TV gold. [THR]
Hearst Corporation, the magazine publishing company behind Elle, Cosmopolitan, Marie Claire, Esquire and Harper's Bazaar, to name a few, has invested $21 million in Complex, the male millennial-centric media company most recently known for reintroducing the world to the now-fit Khloe Kardashian. Hearst has a minority stake in the company, and plans to continue to grow their digital presence with the new deal which also includes a video component. [THR]