Style Notes: Justin Bieber's Failed Disguise; Mansur Gavriel Comes to Opening Ceremony in L.A.
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Justin Bieber's Comical Disguise Fails in Amsterdam [TMZ]
It looks like Justin Bieber may have been looking to children's cartoons as inspiration for his latest disguise. The singer was spotted in Amsterdam wearing fake facial hair, oversize aviator sunglasses and an ill-fitting wig while out and about. His tattooed arms, however, as well as his favorite drop-crotch gray sweatpants, gave him away. Better luck next time, Biebs.
Justin Bieber's new look, whatcha think Beliebers..do you like it? pic.twitter.com/vjXAyTIUDS— Justin Bieber (@JBrelated) October 7, 2016
Mansur Gavriel Shop-in-Shop Coming to Opening Ceremony L.A. [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
New York-based accessories brand Mansur Gavriel — maker of must-have mules and bucket bags — is landing in Los Angeles for a special shop-in-shop at L.A.'s Opening Ceremony. The installation, open through December, plays off of Mansur Gavriel's color-saturated, minimalist aesthetic to showcase the fall 2016 collection of shoes and handbags.
Ralph Lauren Promotes Son of Founder David Lauren to Chief Innovation Officer [Business of Fashion]
Ralph Lauren's second-eldest son, David Lauren, has been promoted to chief innovation officer and vice chairman of the company his dad founded in 1967. The innovation position was created especially for David, with the intention of tapping the 44-year-old's interest in tech to help Ralph Lauren Corp. keep up with the ever-evolving industry. He will report to CEO Stefan Larsson, who was appointed in September of last year. Previously, David was the executive vp global advertising, marketing and communications for the company.