Style Notes: Amy Winehouse's Wedding Dress Stolen, Rihanna and Lady Gaga Have Same Halloween Costume, Isabel Marant Set to Open in L.A.
THR rounds up the day's hottest fashion headlines.
Amy Winehouse’s wedding dress, from her 2006 nuptials with Blake Fielder Civil, has gone missing and believed to be stolen from her estate. Along with the wedding dress, a newsprint cocktail frock worn by the late singer has been reported missing as well. The dresses were to be auctioned for charity and donated to The Amy Winehouse Foundation, which funds children’s hospices and drug counseling. [The Sun]
Both Rihanna and Lady Gaga were dressed as Mary Jane for Halloween. Mary Jane is a popular euphemism for marijuana. Rihanna hasn’t been shy about her love for marijuana and has been photographed smoking the illicit substance on many occasions. [The Hollywood Gossip]
Isabel Marant, who counts Dakota Fanning, Miranda Kerr and Kate Bosworth among her celebrity fans, will be setting up shop on Melrose Place. The new boutique is set to open January 2013. [The Boutique 411]
Evian has tapped designer Diane von Furstenberg to design its 2013 limited-edition bottle. It is the first time the brand has collaborated with an American designer since it started these partnerships in 2008. The bottle has von Furstenberg’s signature heart logo in red along with the words “water is life is love is life is love is life is water” printed in her handwriting. [WWD]
Actress Zoe Saldana stars in LensCrafters’ advertising campaign for its new “myLook” service. It will allow customers to try on four different frames and take high-definition photos in each. They can then compare the resulting images side by side before picking their favorites. [People StyleWatch]
Gap has lined up several celebrities for its new holiday ads. Michael J. Fox, Rufus Wainwright, Aubrey Plaza and the cast of NBC’s The New Normal are among the stars featured in the brand’s campaign centered on the theme of “Love Comes in Every Shade.” [New York Post]
Peter Som, Proenza Schouler, Joseph Altuzarra and Pamela Love are a few of the designers auctioning off their photography for charity. The funds will go to benefit Project Paz, an organization that brings arts education and safe recreational spaces to children living in Mexico’s Ciudad Juárez region, which has been afflicted by street violence and drug wars. [Elle]
Art, fashion, and technology came together Tuesday night at a party at the MOCA to launch a new creative collaboration. The party unveiled $34 T-shirts that were designed by actor Gael Garcia Bernal, singer Santigold, and artists Mariko Mori and Xu Bing. The tops will be sold starting Nov. 4 at the MOCA and through Levi’s web and retail stores. Intel and Levi’s will contribute $100,000 from the T-shirt sales to the museum’s educational programs. [WWD]
Chris Brown, who faced criminal charges for beating his ex-girlfriend Rihanna back in 2009, was spotted celebrating Halloween in Hollywood – dressed in a Taliban costume. The bash was held at L.A. hotspot Greystone Manor and hosted by Rihanna herself. Before he and his crew made their way to the club he tweeted, “Ain’t nobody F—king wit my clique!!! #ohb” [TMZ]
Dior jewelry designer Camille Micelli designed a limited edition collection of temporary tattoos made of 24 carat gold. It is priced at $120, and the opulent set contains temporary tattoos in the shape of bracelets, charms, and rings. [Highsnobette]