Style Notes: Taylor Swift Covers Elle; Coca-Cola Goes High Fashion
Pre-Friday fashion news.
Taylor Swift is a "national treasure" on the cover of Elle's June issue, donning a gold sequined Dior jumpsuit and wielding an acoustic guitar above her head. The country girl-turned-popstar, who was interviewed by fellow cool-person (and one of Swift's many BFFs) Tavi Gevinson, opens up about some of her favorite subjects: break-ups, love and of course, music. [Elle]
In celebration of the 100th anniversary of its iconic bottle, Coca-Cola has launched a capsule collection of accessories in collaboration with brands including Herschel and Friends, which will be sold alongside the high-fashion designer duds at Paris' exclusive Colette boutique, as well as on the brands' individual sites later this week. [Style.com]
House of Holland, the playful British brand that counts Katy Perry and Lily Allen among its fans, is set to debut its first menswear collection in June of this year. Designed by the label's namesake founder Henry Holland, the line is inspired by "tribal uniforms from various youth subcultures" and will be presented during a gallery exhibition alongside photographer Martin Parr's work. [Fashionista]
Kate Spade is cutting back on the number of its products that will be available during major sales (think "40% off your purchase" sales), as well as on the expansion of its outlet stores in an effort to maintain the exclusivity of the brand. This news comes months after the brand decided to shutter its offshoot label, Kate Spade Saturday. [Racked]