Link Love: Marc’s Red Lips, Philip Treacy’s Footwear and Condé Nast Dating
Juicy bits to start your weekend …
We love Marc, we love Nars and we love seeing Marc in Nars’ 15th birthday book. Check out a dolled up Jacobs, courtesy of Refinery29.
Iconic hat designer Philip Treacy tackles footwear. We’re already drooling over the exquisitely ostentatious styles that we’ll only ever dream of owning. Elle has the scoop.
Looks like Vogue and GQ are now in the business of stylish set-ups. Condé Nast is folding titles left and right, only to get into the world of online dating. Fashionista tells us about TrulyMadlyDating.com.
WWD reports on David Beckham’s up-and-coming men’s underwear line. Heck, if he can make our boys look as good as he does in a pair of briefs, we’ll be the first in line to grab them off shelves in Fall 2010.
Down and out and then right back on his feet again. As soon as Yohji Yamamoto filed for bankruptcy, investment firm Integral Corporation breathed new life into the brand. (via The Cut)
In a bit of sad news, renowned fashion photographer Irving Penn passed away at the age of 92. Style.com pays tribute.
Allure tells us that a clump of Elvis Presley’s hair will soon be auctioned off in Chicago. The going rate? $12,000. They’ve got to be kidding.
Come on, San Francisco. Even Philadelphia is getting a fashion week now. (via WWD)
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