Style Notes: James Franco Returns as 7 For All Mankind Photographer, Suri Cruise will No Longer Wear Designer Brands
THR hunts down the day's hottest fashion headlines.
James Franco is returning as the photographer for 7 For All Mankind’s fall campaign. The Oz actor’s first campaign for the label was released in February. This new campaign features shots around famous Hollywood landmarks such as the Hollywood Forever Cemetery and Mark Mahoney’s Shamrock Tattoo Parlor. (Haute Living)
Suri Cruise, after being named the most stylish child in a recent poll conducted by the UK site Twisted Twee, is having a wardrobe makeover. Katie Holmes has stated that Suri will no longer wear designer clothes in an attempt to give the six-year-old a normal childhood. It has been widely reported that Suri’s wardrobe is estimated to cost $3 million. (Extra)
Barney’s in Beverly Hills and New York have reported a sales increase in Holmes’ fashion label, Holmes & Yang, since her divorce. The three-year-old label, which is designed with Holmes’ stylist Jeanne Yang, will be presented at New York Fashion Week in September. (NY Magazine)
Kate Hudson stars in Ann Taylor’s new fall ad campaign. Hudson told WWD that the label is “going for more color and prints and fashion and stepping out of the box for their company.” The ads have a '60s in Paris feel and were shot at the Craven Estates in Pasadena by Tom Munro. (Female First)
Designer Aruna Seth has created a Swarovski crystal studded shoe in honor of the Olympics. With over 3,000 crystals, the shoe shows the iconic Olympic rings and was designed to “unite shoe lovers internationally” as the rings unite the countries. The shoes are currently on display at London’s Harrods and cost $4,200. Aruna Seth also has a set of shoes toned in gold, silver and bronze to represent various the medals awarded. (Luxatic)
Kendall Jenner is the new face of the Beverly Center’s Fashion’s Night Out ad campaign. The younger half-sister of the Kardashian trio will appear on numerous billboards, in print campaigns and on social media platforms leading up to the event on Sept. 6. (The National Ledger)