Style Notes: Whitney Port Sells Clothes for Charity; Goop x Louboutin Now Available

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Whitney Port Sells Prepregnancy and Maternity Clothes on Thredup for Charity [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Whitney Port is the latest celebrity to team up with secondhand-clothing site Thredup to sell her clothes for a good cause. Port, who just gave birth to a baby boy in July, is selling both maternity pieces and prepregnancy items in the sale, which began Friday morning. Designer items include a Cynthia Rowley sweater, Diane von Furstenberg pants and a Rebecca Minkoff blouse, as well as pieces from her Whitney Eve collection. All proceeds will be donated to Every Mother Counts, a nonprofit founded by model Christy Turlington that helps women worldwide receive maternity care. Thredup will match every dollar.

First Look at Goop x Christian Louboutin Capsule Collection [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
The four-piece Goop x Christian Louboutin capsule collection is officially available to shop on Goop's website. Prices for the navy and black collection, which includes both pom-pom- and bow-embellished pumps, ankle boots and loafers, range from $795 to $945. No word from Gwyneth Paltrow on how heels affect your wellness, but we're guessing it's nothing a little meditation can't fix.

Rooney Mara Covers Vogue [Vogue]
Rooney Mara is the latest Vogue cover girl. The 32-year-old was photographed by Annie Leibovitz in a pink pleated Valentino gown for the October cover and was interviewed by Nathan Heller for the accompanying profile. The actress opened up about her decision to take more indie roles (including 2017's A Ghost Story opposite Casey Affleck), her veganism and her attempt at phasing leather out of her wardrobe, as well as her philanthropic endeavors (she started a charity for children in Africa after volunteering in a slum in Nairobi during a summer in college). She declined to confirm or deny that she was romantically involved with Joaquin Phoenix, her co-star in Her and the upcoming Mary Magdalene and also a fellow vegan and PETA representative, but she did say that her love life is "great."

 

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Justin O'Shea Reunites With Metallica [Business of Fashion]
One year after Justin O'Shea tapped Metallica to front for his first Brioni campaign during his short-lived time as the Italian brand's creative director, the fashionisto and the iconic band are collaborating once again. O'Shea's SSS World Corp and Metallica teamed up on a collection of music merch, which will be sold exclusively at Selfridges beginning Oct. 20. The collection includes raincoats, bomber jackets, sweatshirts and accessories, and they all bear the band's famous typeface.

 

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