Style Notes: Bill Cunningham's NYC Corner; Kylie Cosmetics vs. Better Business Bureau
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NYC Mayor de Blasio Names 57th & 5th "Bill Cunningham Corner" for Late Photog [Twitter]
Last week, a Change.org petition urging New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio to name a street corner for the late New York Times street style photographer Bill Cunningham gathered more than 6,100 signatures. On Wednesday, de Blasio honored that request, officially naming 57th Street and 5th Avenue — a favorite hangout of the on-street photog — as "Bill Cunningham Corner."
Kylie Cosmetics' "F" Rating From Better Business Bureau Changed to "No Rating" [WWD]
The Better Business Bureau has rescinded its "F" rating for Kylie Jenner's Kylie Cosmetics brand after fans "spoke out" about the unfair grade. Instead, the bureau gave the company "No Rating," despite a report of more than 134 complaints about the brand. Kylie Cosmetics' official Instagram account posted a statement from Jenner, in which she commends the bureau for changing the rating after they "looked at the facts." "I've sold millions of lip kits and any complaint we've received has been addressed in a timely manner," she writes. "I'm sick and tired of people coming for my business."
Jaden Smith Covers Nylon [Nylon]
Jaden Smith landed the August cover of Nylon Magazine's annual denim issue. The eldest Smith offspring wore a woman's Isabel Marant top (the 17-year-old is no stranger to wearing women's clothes in magazines) and an embellished Gucci denim jacket (which already has the Beyonce and Rihanna stamp of approval) and was photographed by Jesse John Jenkins in Los Angeles. In the accompanying cover interview, Smith reveals his favorite emoji. (Spoiler: It's a square.)