Style Notes: Tyler the Creator Teams Up With Converse; Rihanna Brings Fenty x Puma Back to NYC
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Tyler the Creator Designs for Converse [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Rapper/designer Tyler the Creator has teamed up with Converse for an ongoing sneaker collaboration. The first design, for the brand's One Star silhouette, will be released in an exclusive light blue "Clearwater" colorway and feature a graphic created by Tyler on the shoe liner. The sneaker will debut on July 11. However 2,100 of the fans who attended Tyler's Golf Wang fashion show last year will receive a pair in a special box which includes a note from Tyler. The shoes will be available for sale at both Converse.com and Golfwang.com on July 13 for $100.
Rihanna Brings Fenty x Puma Back to NYFW After Two Seasons in Paris [WWD]
After showing the previous two seasons of her Fenty x Puma collection in Paris, Rihanna is returning to New York to show her spring 2018 collection. This will be RiRi's second time showing at New York Fashion Week — her first being for her fall 2016 collection — but her first September show.
Harper Beckham Celebrated Her 6th Birthday at Buckingham Palace [Instagram]
Harper Beckham, youngest member of the Beckham brood, celebrated her 6th birthday a few days early with a casual soiree at none other than Buckingham Palace. Victoria and David Beckham's only daughter dressed up as Elsa from Frozen and had tea with other special invited guests. Following social media backlash, in which fans expressed outrage that British taxpayers were footing the bill for a private party for a 6-year-old, David clarified that "this wasn't the palace opening the gates for Harper's birthday party, this was a tea party where us and other guests were invited so it was a beautiful thing to do with my mum, Harper plus a few school friends … we were honored to be able to be there."
Tory Burch Is Apple Music's Newest Curator [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Designer Tory Burch has been tapped by Apple Music as one of its newest playlist curators. The designer joins the ranks of giants like like Carnegie Hall, Burberry and Pitchfork who are also curators. Burch's summer playlist includes hits from a range of artists — from Tupac to Calvin Harris to Led Zeppelin.