Style Notes: Cara Delevingne Goes Sans Pants for Cancer Awareness; Baby Yeezys Are Coming
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Cara Delevingne Showcases "Lady Garden" on Sunday Times Style Cover [Instagram]
Cara Delevingne ditched pants in favor of a strategically placed sunflower for the cover of The Sunday Times Style — but it was all for a good cause. The cover was a stunt to raise awareness for the Gynaecological Cancer Fund's "Lady Garden" campaign, which encourages women to become more comfortable speaking about their, ahem, "lady gardens," in order to treat and prevent gynecological cancers.
Baby Yeezys Launch Tomorrow, but Chrissy Teigen's Daughter Already Has Them [Vanity Fair]
Praise Yeezus, baby Yeezys finally will be available for purchase tomorrow on Adidas' website. The infant sneaks, available in both black and white, will cost you $130 — that is, unless you're Chrissy Teigen's daughter, Luna, who received a pair gratis courtesy of Kim Kardashian herself. Now Luna and baby Saint West can officially match.
Fast-Fashion Purchases Decline Among Millennials [WWD]
According to Moosylvania, a digital agency that publishes an annual ranking of the top 100 brands, millennials are spending less at fast-fashion chains. Forever 21 fell 26 spots from no. 12 to no. 38, and H&M dropped two spaces to no. 33. On the other hand, department stores, including both Macy's and Nordstrom, rose several spots. Apple retained its top spot for the second year running, with Target and Nike rounding out the top three.
Marc Jacobs' MTV Capsule Launching Ahead of VMAs [Fashionista]
After sending '80s-inspired MTV-emblazoned sweaters down the runway at his resort 2017 runway show earlier this year, Marc Jacobs is launching an MTV capsule just in time for the VMAs. The brand also will make an appearance on Sunday's red carpet with a special #IWantMyMJTV photo booth for celebs. The collection, which includes pieces from the resort line as well as a few additions, is available for preorder on Jacobs' website today through Tuesday.
Cary Grant's Extravagant Suit Collection Was Donated to Charity [The Wall Street Journal]
Instead of auctioning off the actor's extravagant suit collection following his 1986 death, Cary Grant's daughter, Jennifer, gave away her dad's impressive pieces to charity. Jennifer, who was a student at Stanford when Grant passed of a stroke at age 82, quietly distributed his wardrobe to men seeking work and even gifted a coat with embroidery reading, "Dad, I love you. Jennifer," to a homeless man.