Style Notes: Marc Jacobs Models Take a Tumble; Vogue's $200 VIP Subscription
Keep up with Thursday's style news.
Models Slip and Slide Down the Runway at Marc Jacobs' 2017 Resort Show [Yahoo]
If three's a trend, then slippin' and slidin' was the hottest look at Marc Jacobs' 2017 resort show. A total of three models managed to find the same slippery spot of the catwalk during Monday's live-streamed show. The first model, clad in a double-denim look and tall — but not teetering — heels, completely wiped out and landed on her tush before gracefully returning to her feet. Two more models also lost their footing, however each caught themselves before hitting the ground.
Vogue Launches $200 Subscription Service [Fashionista]
Vogue's new "members-only" VIP subscription service includes quite a few perks — including a limited-edition Clare V. clutch — but it will cost you a pretty penny. The invite-only VIP status also includes a full, year-long subscription to the glossy, a six-month subscription to share with a friend, the annual Met Gala special issue and access to Facebook Live Q&As with Vogue editors.
Calvin Klein Indirectly Confirms Raf Simons' Appointment at His Namesake Line [Harper's Bazaar]
Calvin Klein (the designer) may have indirectly confirmed the fashion industry's worst kept secret: That former Dior designer Raf Simons will step into a new lead role at Calvin Klein (the brand). In an interview with Andy Cohen on Sirius XM radio, Klein spoke about the creative director position which was vacated by Francisco Costa in April of this year. "They won't announce [who it is] publicly because it's under contract," he said. "But the whole industry knows."
Moschino To Livestream Made L.A. Presentation in Virtual Reality [Vogue]
Thanks to Moschino, you don't have to live in L.A. to experience this weekend's runway show at Made L.A.'s fashion extravaganza. The Italian fashion house revealed that it will live-stream the presentation in virtual reality thanks to a partnership with Livit. Fifty cardboard headsets will be given to select shoppers at the brand's New York and Los Angeles stores so they can experience the show up close and virtual. (Two-dimensional streaming will be available online.) Unfortunately they still haven't figured out how to transmit the sunny, 75-degree weather over the Internet. Sorry.