Style Notes: Kendall and Kylie Jenner Land May Mag Covers; Spring App Raises $25 Million
Your Thursday fashion recap.
America just can't get enough of Kanye West and the Kardashians. Yesterday, Kendall Jenner revealed she nabbed yet another May cover, posting her GQ spotlight on Instagram. The supermodel donned an itsy bitsy teenie weenie white bikini — a bit of a departure from her couture look on Harper's Bazaar's cover. Kylie Jenner also unveiled her May cover on Instagram, posting a photo of her Teen Vogue feature. To round out the bunch, West is featured on one of TIME's five covers for its annual 100 Most Influential People list. [Kendall's Instagram, Kylie's Instagram, TIME]
Neiman Marcus is in hot water after being accused of marketing real fur products, including fur lined boots, as "faux fur." The Humane Society has called on the FTC to investigate the luxury retailer, which had also been in trouble two years prior for similar charges. [Consumerist]
Like Drake, Karl Lagerfeld also received an Apple Watch prior to its April 24 release date. However, Lagerfeld's time piece isn't your average smart watch— it's solid gold. The designer's assistant Sebastian Jondeau posted an Instagram shot of the custom timepiece with the caption, "1st apple watch specially made for KarL !! Amazing !!! Thanks #apple !!!!!! @karllagerfeld." [Fashionista]
Ralph Lauren may not be Kanye's daddy, but the legendary designer is now officially a grandfather to fraternal twins. Dylan Lauren and her husband, Paul Arrouet, welcomed daughter Kingsley Rainbow and son Cooper Blue via a surrogate on Wednesday. [WWD]
Spring App, the smart phone app that makes online shopping dangerously easy by assimilating a user's favorite brands all in one convenient place, announced Thursday that it raised $25 million in funding. BoxGroup, Google Ventures and Thrive are among the apps investors. [The Verge]