Fashion News Roundup: Lynn Muses on Militaria, Rad Goes Online & Vivienne Says Stop Shopping

Militaria: Lynn Yaeger explores the current military trend by going back to the source: army and navy stores. We're still bundled in our olive green c
Avatar:
Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
0
Militaria: Lynn Yaeger explores the current military trend by going back to the source: army and navy stores. We're still bundled in our olive green c

Image Title1

Militaria: Lynn Yaeger explores the current military trend by going back to the source: army and navy stores. We're still bundled in our olive green cargo coats. {Vogue.com}

Master of Makeup: Peter Philips, the global creative director of makeup for Chanel, has created and sent numerous trends down recent runways. (You'll spot us in our Chanel tattoos this fashion week!) Here's a quick slideshow of how he became the world's most influential beauty source. {Style.com}

Rad!: The Rad by Rad Hourani e-shop is now open! Good news for fashionistas everywhere, bad news for our finances. {Rad by Rad Hourani via Jak&Jil}

Break Out: Do you have what it takes to be a model? Benetton is looking for new faces for their upcoming United Colors of Benetton F/W10 campaign. It's a global casting competition and anyone can enter! Winners will be announced March 18. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Pinch Your Pennies: Vivienne Westwood appeared on BBC London Radio this morning to appeal to consumers everywhere with an environmental message. Westwood stated that people shouldn't buy clothes unless absolutely necessary. {Vogue.com UK}

Make It In America: We've been seeing posters everywhere for the new HBO series How To Make It In America and have been wondering what it's all about. Well Style.com has a nice Q&A with creator Ian Edelman, and he answers all of our questions. Also Britt was lucky enough to see a sneak-peek of the show--she only has rave reviews. She says it's the most accurate depiction of young people trying to make it New York City that she's ever seen. We can't wait. {Style.com}