Style Notes: Rebel Wilson Designs Plus-Size Clothing Collection
Plus, the Kardashians Launch DASH E-Commerce.
Pitch Perfect 2 star Rebel Wilson is designing a holiday capsule collection for plus-size clothing brand Torrid.
The 25-piece line, called Rebel For Torrid, features separates and accessories with personal touches, including a koala tee (because she's Australian, get it?) as well as "microphone-shaped hardware." Pieces range in price from $29 - $130 and will be available this November.
"I've had a 'torrid' affair with buying clothes all my life," Wilson said in a statement. "I've never really felt like there's a brand out there in the plus-size world that is creating cool stuff, that fits well and is good quality yet affordable. So it was awesome to team with Torrid, who I think are doing such a great job in making plus-size fashion relevant and dope." [People]
With brick-and-mortar stores already established in L.A., New York and Miami, the Kardashians have ventured into the digital space with the e-commerce launch their boutique, DASH. That's right, you can now buy DASH-branded merchandise (water bottles! compact mirrors! keychains!) as well as Rob Kardashian's sock line from anywhere in the world. Finally. [ShopDASHOnline.com]
E-tailer Farfetch, which was recently valued at over $1 billion, has purchased Browns boutique in London with the intent of merging the digital and physical luxury markets. But this won't be your average retail space — the company's innovation division has been working to create a "store of the future" that will be an "incubator of retail technology." [The Wall Street Journal]
Miuccia Prada's museum, Fondazione Prada, opened its doors in Milan on Saturday. The structure, complete with an elaborate "haunted house" facade and a charming Wes Anderson-designed cafeteria, includes art installations by famed artists like Robert Gober and Sarah Lucas as well as pieces from Prada's personal collection. [Vogue]