Style Notes: Jane Fonda Unretouched for Town & Country Cover; Chrissy Teigen's Revolve Collab Is Here

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Jane Fonda Covers Town & Country Unretouched [Town & Country]
The opening of Jane Fonda's profile for the November issue of Town & Country, written by Brooks Barnes, describes the 79-year-old actress as "fuming" while lounging in "fancy sweats." What's she so angry about? Donald Trump, apparently. When Barnes attempts to steer the conversation towards her career (Fonda is promoting her new Netflix flick with Robert Redford, Our Souls at Night), the actress replies, "It’s just that, with everything going on in the world, our country, it’s really hard to talk about myself or entertainment right now.” Fonda was unretouched for the stunning black-and-white cover, photographed by Max Vadukul, wearing a Ralph Lauren blouse.

Chrissy Teigen's Revolve Clothing Line Is Here [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Chrissy Teigen, a mainstay in Revolve's massive network of influencers, released her collaboration with the clothing brand on Thursday. The model/influencer/Twitter star created a 36-piece collection which retails for $78-$328. “I imagine the collection being worn by like-minded women on the go," said Teigen in a release. "I wanted to create beautiful, classic pieces that are sexy yet comfortable. ... It's all about being confident and feeling sexy!“


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Haute Hippie Suing Zara Over Original Print [The Fashion Law]
Yet another brand is coming after Zara for copyright infringement. This time, New York-based Haute Hippie — which is stocked at retailers like Neiman Marcus, Bergdorf Goodman and Revolve — is suing the fast-fashion retailer for knocking off an original, copyright-protected print. Zara's kimono jacket bearing the print, which retailed for $169, is no longer available on its website as of Tuesday.


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Barney's Announces Sneaker-Drop Retail Format [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Barney's is taking a cue from the streetwear scene and announcing a new "drop" project. Called "thedrop@barneys," the installation was created in partnership with Highsnobiety and will feature more than 30 exclusive capsule collections which will be released Oct. 28 and 29 at the department store's Madison Avenue flagship and online. The first drop will include capsules from brands like Off-White, Amiri, Heron Preston, Faith Connexion and Greg Lauren. The activation will also include in-store appearances from the featured designers. 


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