Style Notes: Gigi Hadid's Little Brother Is a Model Now; Justin Bieber Talks Jesus for Complex
Your post-weekend style news update.
It was only a matter of time before the youngest Hadid — Anwar, 16 — joined sisters Gigi, 20, and Bella, 18, in the modeling biz. After all, his older sisters have been on an upward tick that shows no signs of slowing down, with both walking in several shows this fashion month (Moschino, Marc Jacobs and Tommy Hilfiger, to name a few) and starring in several ad campaigns and editorials, from the sibling-themed Balmain shoot to a W magazine editorial. Now, Anwar has made the leap into the family business by starring alongside his sisters in an editorial for Nylon's October issue. Mama Yolanda Foster (a former model) must be so proud. [Fashionista]
New and improved Justin Bieber 2.0 is on the latest Complex magazine cover, and in the in-depth interview that accompanies a Houdini-esque photo shoot, Bieber does not hold back. The 21-year-old talks about falling in love at a young age, spending a night with the "cats in jail" ("They were saying, 'Bieber! We f— with you, bro! We love you! Aye! Keep your head up, bro!' ") and his renewed Christian faith. The Biebs reflects: "Like I said, you don’t need to go to church to be a Christian. If you go to Taco Bell, that doesn’t make you a taco." Well, he's not wrong. [THR]
At 81, Giorgio Armani doesn't yet have plans for a successor or a buyout — and he aims to keep it that way. After showing his spring 2016 collection in Milan on Sunday, the creative director, owner and CEO of his 40-year-old company remarked, "While I am alive, there will be independence." [Bloomberg]
In a surreal "pot calling the kettle black" moment, fast- fashion knockoff machine H&M is suing Forever 21, the other fast-fashion knockoff machine, for copyright infringement. The products in question are nearly identical tote bags reading, "Beach Please." H&M cites the past accusations of copyright infringement against Forever 21 in the lawsuit, and is asking that Forever 21 not only cease selling the bag immediately, but also pay up all profits that have been made off the tote. Oh, the irony. [The Fashion Law]