Style Notes: Kering Ordered to Pay Hedi Slimane; Alexa Chung's New AG Campaign

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French Court Orders Kering to Pay Hedi Slimane $13 Million [Yahoo]
A lawyer for Hedi Slimane stated Wednesday that the French Court has ordered Slimane's former employer Kering, parent company of Saint Laurent, to pay the designer $13 million as part of a provisional court ruling on the suit he filed against the company last week. Slimane sued Kering after the company did not apply the non-compete clause in his contract, thus shorting him of a significant sum. 

Alexa Chung's New AG Campaign Has Landed [Instagram]
Alexa Chung has moved from design collaborator to official brand ambassador for AG. The British "It" girl, who has designed several collections for the brand, pivoted into a new position as the face of the denim label's autumn/winter 2016 collection. Chung was photographed in Brooklyn by Theo Wenner, and based on the choker and yin-yang ring, seems to have reached peak cool-girl status.


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Coco Rocha Now Brand Director at Modeling Agency Nomad Mgmt [WWD]
Model-turned-designer Coco Rocha has taken a majority stake at modeling agency Nomad Mgmt, along with her husband and longtime collaborator, James Conran, and industry veterans Damon Rutland and Roman Young. Moving forward, Nomad will also represent Rocha in modeling deals. Previously, IMG had handled her modeling ventures. However, her entertainment deals will continue to be handled by WME | IMG. As brand director for the agency, Rocha hopes to stand up for models' rights and mentor budding talent. 

New App Brings "Virtual Stylist" To Your iPhone [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Tipster is a new, free-to-download iPhone app that aims to put a style expert in the palm of your hand — literally. Developed by Scream Queens actress Skyler Samuels and tech entrepreneur Andrew Duplessie, Tipster gives access to over 1,000 professional stylists who can advise users on what to wear — and what not to wear. There are two styling options: "Instant," in which users send outfit photos for immediate feedback ($1.99), and "Consultation," in which users can chat live for 30 minutes (approx. $20, depending on the stylist).