Style Notes: Michelle Obama Just Wants to Go to Target; Rihanna's Newest Shoe Is Here
Happy first day of Paris Fashion Week!
Michelle Obama just wants to go to Target, okay? Well, that and drive with the windows rolled down. The First Lady of the United States admitted as much to Stephen Colbert when The Late Show host asked her about her post-White House plans, which also included the continuation of her fight for girls' education. Sounds pretty reasonable, if you ask us. [THR]
As the creative director of PUMA's women's line, Rihanna has already delivered must-have apparel and her already sold-out creepers. Now, she's delivered a new go-to shoe for comfort-loving fashion fans: The fuzzy slip-on. Most slip-ons, though oh-so comfy, tend to look frumpy or sloppy, but these RiRi approved kicks, available in pink and black might just be your Birkenstocks' long-awaited replacement. [MTV News]
Emily Schuman's highly Instagrammable lifestyle is now coming soon to a store (or the Internet) near you. The blogger behind the wildly popular Cupcakes and Cashmere site posted a photo of bed linens and a table lamp to Instagram with the caption, "Sneak peek at our next big Cupcakes and Cashmere product line." Just last June, the 32-year-old launched a clothing line with Nordstrom and Shopbop. She has also authored two books. [Instagram]
Fern Mallis, the noted fashion industry veteran who is often credited with founding New York Fashion Week, has been named executive adviser and consultant to Pier59 studios. Located at New York's Chelsea Piers, the photography and multimedia studio once hosted some of New York Fashion Week's biggest shows. Mallis' first task in her new role will be planning the 20th anniversary celebration on Oct. 26. [WWD]