Everyone Who Worked on Caitlyn Jenner's "Vanity Fair" Shoot Signed a Nondisclosure Agreement
DKNY, who removed at Tweet at the mag's request, and the glam squad behind Jenner's 'Vanity Fair' were told to stay mum.
All eyes are on Caitlyn Jenner, who unveiled herself Monday morning on the cover of Vanity Fair's latest issue. Given her glam appearance, we couldn't help but wonder which designers she wore for her 22-page cover story and photo spread.
Along with a Zac Posen gown, which the designer shared on Instagram, Jenner also stuns in a hip-hugging red dress designed by Donna Karan. DKNY took to Twitter to announce the exciting news shortly after Jenner's VF cover was revealed, writing: "#CaitlynJenner in #DonnaKaran in the new @VanityFair!" However, the tweet has since been deleted. (While Posen's photo still remains on his Instagram, DKNY reps tell us that they were asked to remove the Tweet by Vanity Fair).
And when Pret-a-Reporter reached out to Jenner's glam squad for comments, a rep for Deborah Lippmann says the celebrity manicurist who did the nails for the shoot is unable to speak on the matter due to a non-disclosure agreement, so it's probably safe to assume that the rest of the style and beauty team (which includes hairstylist Oribe and makeup artist Mark Carrasquillo) also signed the same contract.
Not everyone is so quiet about Jenner in one of their designs, though. West Hollywood's Trashy Lingerie shop has taken to advertising Jenner's silk corset on its site's homepage (seen below), with text that reads: "As seen on Caitlyn Jenner on the cover of Vanity Fair!" The undergarment, which is also available in a variety of colors including cocoa brown and ivory, retails for $200. TMZ first reported on the bodysuit.