Style Notes: Robert Pattinson Is Designing Clothes; Demna Gvasalia Cast Only White Models

Robert Pattinson - H 2015
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Robert Pattinson - H 2015

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Robert Pattinson Is Designing Clothes [i-D]
Robert Pattinson revealed to Numero magazine that when it comes to fashion, he's more than just the pretty face of Dior Homme. The actor revealed that he's been working on making his own clothing inspired by the cities that he's traveled to in the past two years. "What I do is pretty multifaceted," he said, "clothes for men and for women, things that I make with friends ... But I'm not going into too much detail, I don't want to jinx anything ...."

Demna Gvasalia Cast All-White Models in Vetements, Balenciaga [Fashionista]
Demna Gvasalia has temporarily usurped the title as fashion's most-talked-about designer from Gucci's Alessandro Michele. Following his debut show as creative director of Balenciaga, there's been nonstop chatter about the designer, but not all of it has been positive. Gvasalia has been criticized for casting white models exclusively in both Vetements (the design collective he founded) and Balenciaga's Paris Fashion Week presentations. Diversity has been a hot topic this season, with many more houses embracing models of different age, size and race, and critics are calling Gvasalia's casting choices a step backward.

Bradley Cooper Seated Next to Anna Wintour at Givenchy [People Style Watch]
It must be nice to be Bradley Cooper. The actor landed one of the most coveted seats in fashion — front row at Givenchy — during Paris Fashion Week, right next to Anna Wintour herself. Cooper was reportedly in attendance to cheer on his girlfriend Irina Shayk, who was walking in the show. His VIP treatment is just further proof of Hollywood and high fashion's mutually beneficial relationship.

"Kim Kardashian: Hollywood" Partners With Spring App [Racked]
It's been a minute since anyone's talked about Spring, the buzzy mobile shopping aid which was anticipated to revolutionize online shopping. But now the app is latching on to Kim Kardashian's designer coattails by partnering with her game, "Kim Kardashian: Hollywood." Users of the reality star's uber popular app can now buy designer clothes off their avatars' backs to wear themselves. To get the look IRL, players simply click on the piece they want and they will be redirected to purchase on Spring.