Style Notes: Sarah Jessica Parker Is Jordache's New Face; Instagram Gets a New Look
Make your Tuesday more chic with these four fashion stories.
Style icon Sarah Jessica Parker is lending her famous face to both The Jordache Look Collection (sold exclusively online) as well as the Jordache women's collection, which retails at Walmart. Parker joins fellow style icons Heidi Klum and Elizabeth Hurley, who have each served as faces of the denim brand. [WWD]
Somebody alert Kim Kardashian because Instagram just got a face lift. The streamlined web redesign features larger photos and a crisp white background — perfect for displaying selfies. Profile pages have a sleeker look as well. The removal of the cover collage as well as image borders and shadows help the page look cleaner, and photos get a better spotlight thanks to the reduction of the five column layout to just three columns. A better display means it's time to step up your Instagram game. [The Verge]
Fashion's bad boy photographer Terry Richardson, who has been repeatedly accused of sexual harassment, hasn't been slowed down by his tarnished reputation. Valentino has just revealed that Richardson's tattoo-covered arms steal the spotlight in its latest accessories campaign. The controversial photographer was also photographed for a similar campaign for Valentino in 2013. Despite being put on blast by James Corden at the CFDA Awards, Richardson has continued to find work with the likes of Harper's Bazaar, Vogue Paris, W Korea and Playboy. [Racked]
Laverne Cox is making history (again). This time, it's as the first transgender woman to have a wax figure modeled in her likeness at Madame Tussauds. The figure will be revealed at Madame Tussauds' San Francisco location on June 26, the day before Pride Weekend kicks off in the city. [THR]