Style Notes: Gwen Stefani Is the New Face of Revlon; Kylie Jenner Named to 'Forbes' 30 Under 30
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Gwen Stefani Is the New Face of Revlon [Los Angeles Times]
Gwen Stefani has a new gig as the latest global ambassador for Revlon, following in the footsteps of Kendall Jenner as a face of the brand. According to Benjamin Karsch, Revlon's chief marketing officer, the 47-year-old was chosen for the position not just for her makeup expertise (she once worked behind the counter at Borghese), but also for her signature red lip. Stefani stars in the brand's new #ChooseLove campaign, which also touts Ciara as an ambassador.
Zayn's Giuseppe Zanotti Collection Is Here [Fashionista]
Zayn Malik's Giuseppe Zanotti collection, which he teased last August via Twitter, is officially dropping in stores and online on Jan. 28. The limited-edition collection features four styles ("Javaad," "Taz," "Yasr" and, yep, "Zigi"), each available in different colorways and priced between $795 and $1,295. Like his supermodel-turned-designer girlfriend, Gigi Hadid (who has collaborated with both Stuart Weitzman and Tommy Hilfiger), Malik is tackling more than just shoes. The pop star also has a collection with Versus Versace in the works, which will be available in May.
Kylie Jenner Named to Forbes' "30 Under 30" List [Forbes]
Kylie Jenner, 19, has been named to Forbes' 30 Under 30 list in the retail and e-commerce category for her namesake cosmetics company, Kylie Cosmetics, and her work with sister Kendall on the Kendall + Kylie apparel label. According to a recent Forbes profile, Jenner raked in seven figures last year, making her the second-highest-earning Kardashian/Jenner sister, behind Kim. She joins fellow "Under 30" A-listers including Simone Biles, Cameron Dallas, Margot Robbie and Elle Fanning.
Anna Wintour, Anya Hindmarch Named to Queen's Honors List [The New York Times]
Anna Wintour is officially a dame. The Vogue editor-in-chief and London native has been named to the Queen's Honors list for 2017 with the honor of damehood. Designer Anya Hindmarch, as well as Oscar-winning costume designer Jenny Beavan, actress Naomie Harris and Victoria Beckham all were honored as OBEs (Officers of the British Empire).
John Malkovich Launches Apparel, Partners With Squarespace for E-commerce Shop [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
John Malkovich created a short film with Squarespace documenting his transition from actor to designer and the difficulties that come with a drastic career change. The video celebrates both his e-commerce shop (hosted on Squarespace, obviously) and his line's new spring 2017 collection ($95-$740).