Style Notes: Nasty Gal Previews Courtney Love Collab; Dakota Johnson's Wardrobe Malfunction
Because Thursday isn't complete without your dose of style news.
Nasty Gal revealed more info about their upcoming collaboration with grunge poster child Courtney Love, including a sneak peek at two new images of the collection. Unsurprisingly, the campaign for the Nasty Gal x Courtney Love line, which arrives in stores and online on Jan.14, features at least one baby doll dress, some slashed fishnets, and a Love-look alike (Hailey Clauson) as the messy-haired model. [Instagram]
Dakota Johnson may have skipped the red carpet at Wednesday night's People's Choice Awards, but the Black Mass actress still had her moment to shine. While accepting the award for Favorite Dramatic Movie Actress, Johnson suffered a bit of a wardrobe malfunction when presenter Leslie Mann accidentally broke the top of her Giorgio Armani ensemble. The actress recovered flawlessly, however, noting, "Well, it's not like nobody here hasn't already seen my boobs." [Twitter]
There was plenty of turmoil at Lanvin following Alber Elbaz's October dismissal, but despite the legal battle waged internally, the company still managed to crank out a pre-fall collection — the first without Elbaz's influence in over 14 years. Lanvin creatives Chemena Kamali and Lucio Finale were charged with the task of putting together the pre-fall and fall looks, but the company's creative leadership beyond fall has yet to be determined. [Vogue]
The rumors which circulated last month regarding Gilt Groupe's acquisition by Hudson's Bay Company (which owns Saks Fifth Avenue and Lord & Taylor) were confirmed Thursday. The flash sale e-commerce site, once valued at $1.1 billion during its heyday in 2011, was picked up by Hudson's Bay Company for just $250 million. [Fashionista]