Style Notes: Steven Spielberg's Daughter Will Walk for Dolce & Gabbana; Kylie Jenner's Next Pop-Up Is Coming
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Destry Allyn Spielberg Walking in Dolce & Gabbana Milan Show [Instagram]
Destry Allyn Spielberg, daughter of Steven Spielberg, is reportedly walking in Dolce & Gabbana's next show in Milan. Her boyfriend, Matt King, tweeted Monday, "MY GIRLFRIEND JUST FOUND OUT SHE'LL BE WALKING FOR DOLCE & GABBANA IN MILAN!!" Dolce & Gabbana's last runway show featured a handful of celeb-adjacent models including Presley Gerber (son of Cindy Crawford), Rafferty Law (son of Jude Law) and Levi Dylan (grandson of Bob Dylan). Spielberg signed with DT Model Management in November. According to her Instagram account, she also will be walking at New York Fashion Week.
MY GIRLFRIEND JUST FOUND OUT SHE'LL BE WALKING FOR DOLCE & GABANNA IN MILAN !!!!!!!— MATT KING (@MattrKing) February 6, 2017
SO PROUD. I LOVE THIS WOMAN. pic.twitter.com/tRZpNSuwlz
Kylie Jenner's Next Pop-Up Shop Is Coming to NYC [Hypebae]
Kylie Jenner is opening her second pop-up shop, this time in New York City. Like her first store in Southern California, the new store will feature both her Kylie Cosmetics line (including the limited-edition Valentine's Day and Birthday kit collections) as well as new Kylie Shop merch. The shop opens on Feb. 13 at 27 Mercer Street and will be open from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. while supplies last.
Tom Ford Launches Underwear [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Tom Ford is getting into the underwear biz. The designer is launching a collection of men's underwear in partnership with Albisetti International which will be available at select retailers and at Tom Ford stores. Said Ford in a release: "The creation of Tom Ford’s Men’s Underwear is a natural extension of our highly successful men’s collection and comes at a time when the Tom Ford brand has become firmly established worldwide as a leader in men’s fashion." Prices and a release date have not been disclosed. The news comes a few weeks after Ford announced that he will also be adding timepieces to his brand's repertoire.
Nasty Gal Accepts Boohoo's $20 Million Buyout Bid [WWD]
Nasty Gal accepted Boohoo's $20 million offer after no other bids came through in auction. The Los Angeles-based company was at one time valued at $200 million, but, after falling sales over the past few years, the brand filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy in November. Boohoo's purchase does not include Nasty Gal's two stores in Santa Monica and West Hollywood.
Coach Combines Men's and Women's Show [WWD]
Coach is following in the footsteps of Burberry, Gucci, Opening Ceremony and many more by choosing to combine its men's and women's shows into a single presentation, which will be shown twice a year moving forward. The first combined show will be its New York Fashion Week presentation on Feb. 14; however, there will be a greater proportion of womenswear looks. The men's offering will include looks that are "unseen" from their fall 2017 collection (the official menswear presentation took place in December).