Style Notes: David Beckham Covers GQ for First Time; DVF Cloned Her Pup
The big things happening in the fashion world this Wednesday.
David Beckham Covers GQ for First Time Ever [GQ]
With a modeling resume as long as his list of soccer championships, it's hard to believe that David Beckham's April cover for GQ magazine is his first. The 40-year-old is a natural-born cover star, rocking a tailored suit and skinny tie in the Alasdair McLellan-lensed photo. In the issue, the H&M model discusses life with Victoria and the rest of the Beckham brood, as well as the meaning behind each his many tats.
Diane Von Furstenberg and Husband Barry Diller Cloned Their Dog [Page Six]
"If it ain't broke, don't fix it," seems to be a motto that designer Diane Von Furstenberg applies to more than just her timeless wrap dress. Von Furstenberg and her husband, media mogul Barry Diller, reportedly shelled out more than $100,000 to have their Jack Russell terrier, Shannon, cloned into two different puppies named Evita and Deena. While a rep for Diller confirmed the cloning to Page Six, he did not mention whether the pups live up to the beloved Shannon.
Instagram Accounts Belonging to Muslim Fashion Bloggers Hacked [Elle]
A number of Muslim fashion accounts have been targeted by hackers who have used the accounts to post videos of Donald Trump and send fashion houses anti-Muslim messages. One particular account belonging to Hijab House had all of its photos deleted after it was switched from public to private, and all 162K followers were removed. Affected parties are asking Instagram for assistance in restoring their accounts.
Former Allure Editor Linda Wells Has a New Hearst Project [WWD]
In addition to her new gig as beauty editor at large for The Cut, former Allure editor Linda Wells has partnered up with Hearst to create a new beauty insert, which will be available to subscribers of Hearst's women's magazines, including Town & Country, Marie Claire, Elle and Harper's Bazaar. The 12-16 page supplement, which will run in the glossies' September issues, will eventually be published online.