Page Six reports that the VOGUE editor-in-chief was seen shaking hands with PETA vice-president Dan Mathews at the Stella McCartney show in Paris yesterday, sparking rumours that we will see at fur free Vogue in future.
I'm not sure if I believe this rumour. Anna has experienced her fair share of PETA attacks over the years but still refuses to stop wearing it and havig it appear in the pages of VOGUE.
In other fur news, The Cut reports that Kanye West was spotted taking an interest in the faux fur fabrics used at the Stella McCartney show to use for his new fashion line
Gisele has kept a low profile after marrying New England Patriots quarterback, Tom Brady but in the April Issue of American Harpers Bazaar, the Brazillian supermodel opens up about everything from her secret marriage to Brday to how she manages to stay in shape.
Karen Elson opened an almost exclusively black-and-white collection at Chanel, with more ruffle accents and exaggerated pussy-bow blouses than anyone knew what to do with. Oh, and the male models looked nice.
Jill: Oh, Naomi. It's finally here. You know how long we've been waiting for Mr Pilati, so let's discuss. Naomi: I know right? Lanvin was the only other show that made me this excited. First of all, love love the trousers. Jill: Once again, the collection is really sophisticated and classic and will have everyone copying it. Take note, Zara. Naomi: I know. As we call it YZL. I agree with you. The collection was very classic but I didn't like the use of leather at the beginning. It just seemed too much and didn't work with the YSL aesthetic. Jill: Even though the silhouettes were more voluminous than those of last season, the tailoring was impeccable. The sleeves practically require a blueprint. Naomi: I agree. The sleeves were genius. Trust Pilati to do sleeves while everyone else is doing shoulders. However, I did see a bit of a structured shoulder here and there on the jackets.