Style Notes: Khloe Kardashian Shades Amy Schumer; Karl Lagerfeld Is Launching E-Commerce
Stories to skim during the seventh-inning stretch.
While many applauded Amy Schumer's opening SNL monologue in which the comedienne spoke candidly about body image in Hollywood, one Kardashian was not too pleased. Khloe Kardashian, who was called out by Schumer for her recent weight loss and was criticized for being less relatable ("we used to have Khloe"), took to Twitter to hint that she did not care for the joke, and stated that her weight loss is part of her "healthy journey." [E! Online]
Karl Lagerfeld is the latest luxury brand to step into the world of e-commerce. But, like most things Lagerfeld does, he's doing it big. The digital launch of his eponymous brand will take place in 97 countries and in five languages, and will include the auction of three one-of-a-kind bags and original sketches. [WWD]
Despite many calls to action by industry leaders like supermodel Iman, fashion month's runways continued to be dominated by white models. Even with a growing diversity in the luxury market's customer base, roughly 80 percent of models on the spring 2016 catwalks were white. [Business of Fashion]
The second installment of Busy Philipps' short films for Ann Taylor LOFT is here. In the new video, the Cougar Town actress takes on a problem Angelenos know all too well: trying to dress for fall when the weather is still blazing hot. Philipps sweats it out in full layers — all in the name of fashion. [LOFT]