Style Notes: Tommy Hilfiger Made His Daughter's Wedding Dress; Miss Piggy (and Hailey Baldwin) Cover Love
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Azzedine Alaia Is Returning to Couture After a Six-Year Hiatus [WWD]
Azzedine Alaia will show at Paris Couture Week on July 5, the designer's first couture show since 2011. Prior to the 2011 show, the Tunisian designer hadn't shown for eight years. Like all of his shows, the last being his ready-to-wear spring collection shown in October, the presentation will take place at his Rue de Moussy headquarters.
Hailey Baldwin and Miss Piggy Cover Love Magazine [Love]
Two of fashion's favorite ladies, Maxim Hot 100 No. 1 lady Hailey Baldwin and the Muppets' own Miss Piggy, have landed the cover of Love magazine's latest issue. Alasdair McLellan photographed the cover shot, which sees Miss Piggy in a custom Miu Miu ensemble and Baldwin in a eco-fur hat, also by Miu Miu.
Ally Hilfiger Wore Her Dad's Design Down the Aisle [Instagram]
Ally Hilfiger, the 32-year-old daughter of designer Tommy Hilfiger, married Steve Hash over the weekend on a private island in the Caribbean called Mustique. Naturally, the television producer wore a gown custom made by her designer dad along with a hooded lace cape. The couple have been together for seven years and have a 2-year-old daughter.
Advance Magazine Publishers Is Suing a Jewelry Brand Over "Vogue" Trademark [The Fashion Law]
Advance Magazine Publishers, owner of Vogue's parent company Conde Nast, is suing Taiwanese jewelry company Legend Effects, which has filed a trademark for the title "Legend Vogue" in the U.S. Advance claims that the jewelry line would "inevitably cause confusion" and therefore "irreparable harm" to the Vogue brand. However, the defendant claims that Advance's argument is "invalid" and is asking that the motion be dismissed.
Kendall and Kylie Jenner Face Backlash Over Vintage Tees [Time]
Kendall and Kylie Jenner's eponymous line has released vintage, one-of-a-kind tees featuring artwork from artists like Tupac Shakur and Pink Floyd, but with a twist: Each is emblazoned with either Kendall's or Kylie's face or their "K.K." initials. Fans are not happy with the $125 tees, with many claiming that the pieces are insulting to the respective bands and take vanity to a whole new level.
Kylie & Kendall are stupid if they think anyone is going to buy a t-shirt for $125 AND ruined the band cover with their initials boi byeee pic.twitter.com/gGUaz8lEvP— Amanda Rendon (@mandastephanie1) June 28, 2017