Style Notes: Paris Jackson, Millie Bobby Brown in Calvin Klein Ads; Rosie O'Donnell Sells Anti-Trump Art on Etsy
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New Calvin Klein Jeans Campaign Stars Millie Bobby Brown and Paris Jackson [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Spotted in the front row at recent Calvin Klein fashion shows, Paris Jackson and actress Millie Bobby Brown have been tapped (along with model Lulu Tenney) for the latest Calvin Klein “Our Family” campaign — as in members of the brand's family. Previous ads starred Kaia and Presley Gerber, Solange, A$AP Mob and the Kardashian-Jenner sisters. In the latest campaign, the trio don red, white and blue denim for the photo shoot that took place in a barn, a nod to the label's reinvented Americana vibe under the direction of chief creative officer Raf Simons.
Rosie O’Donnell Is Selling Anti-Trump iPhone Art on Etsy [Twitter]
Cashing in on her long-simmering feud with President Donald Trump, Rosie O’Donnell is creating personal artwork (dedicated to the commander in chief) and selling it via her Etsy page. O’Donnell’s first dozen pieces, printed on 5-by-7-inch sheets of aluminum that are signed and numbered, depict “Trumpy” with a bright orange face alongside the words “Rapist, Cheat, Liar, Racist, Con Man, Asshole.” The SMILF star promises to continue releasing the art, in batches of 12, “til Trump is out.” And O’Donnell will match all money raised from the sales and donate it to “anti-Trump candidates and causes.”
CB2 and Fred Segal Team for Second Pool Party-Themed Collab [Pret-a- Reporter Inbox]
Crate & Barrel’s more affordable spinoff brand CB2 is continuing its collaborative partnership with Hollywood fashion institution Fred Segal with a second, California-inspired installment. Out today, the CB2 x Fred Segal Pool Party Collection includes indoor-outdoor furniture and fun accessories, from pool floats and beach towels to lamps, rugs and tabletops (that range from $5.95 to $2,199) at CB2 stores and CB2.com.
British Footwear Brand Charlotte Olympia Files for Bankruptcy [WWD]
The independent luxury British footwear and accessories brand Charlotte Olympia, founded in 2008 by Charlotte Dellal, has filed for bankruptcy in the U.S. and is planning to close all four boutiques (including the one in Beverly Hills) and restructure its business. Charlotte Olympia shoes have been worn by a bevy of celebs including Blake Lively, Rihanna, Emma Roberts, Jennifer Lopez, Michelle Dockery and Salma Hayek.