Fashion News Roundup: Beyonce Does Blackface, DVF Releases Vintage Wrap Dresses, And Face Paint at London Fashion Week

Beyoncé Does Blackface For L’Officiel Paris: In what is billed as a “return to her African roots,” Beyoncé agreed to be photographed in blackface and tribal markings for the 90th anniversary cover of L’Officiel Paris. Offensive or not? You decide. Everyone has an opinion. {Jezebel} Christian Siriano Is Working On A Capsule Collection For Spiegel, Claims He’s “Boring”: As if showing collections in NYC and Paris this season wasn’t enough, Christian Siriano is doing a collaboration with Spiegel in which he creates clothes for “different types of women.” The line launches April 4, and prices will range between $49-$599. When asked how he keeps up with all of his various projects, he says he’s boring and relaxes on the weekends. {Thread NY} Diane von Furstenberg Releases Vintage Wrap Dresses: DVF has been in the news a lot the past few weeks for her criticism of Michelle Obama, her recent skiing accident, and apologizing for using underage models. But let’s remember why she’s so famous in the first place: those timeless, flattering wrap dresses. This week she’s releasing dresses and tops in multiple lengths in vintage DVF prints. {Stylelist}
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Beyoncé Does Blackface For L’Officiel Paris: In what is billed as a “return to her African roots,” Beyoncé agreed to be photographed in blackface and tribal markings for the 90th anniversary cover of L’Officiel Paris. Offensive or not? You decide. Everyone has an opinion. {Jezebel} Christian Siriano Is Working On A Capsule Collection For Spiegel, Claims He’s “Boring”: As if showing collections in NYC and Paris this season wasn’t enough, Christian Siriano is doing a collaboration with Spiegel in which he creates clothes for “different types of women.” The line launches April 4, and prices will range between $49-$599. When asked how he keeps up with all of his various projects, he says he’s boring and relaxes on the weekends. {Thread NY} Diane von Furstenberg Releases Vintage Wrap Dresses: DVF has been in the news a lot the past few weeks for her criticism of Michelle Obama, her recent skiing accident, and apologizing for using underage models. But let’s remember why she’s so famous in the first place: those timeless, flattering wrap dresses. This week she’s releasing dresses and tops in multiple lengths in vintage DVF prints. {Stylelist}
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Beyoncé Does Blackface For L’Officiel Paris: In what is billed as a “return to her African roots,” Beyoncé agreed to be photographed in blackface and tribal markings for the 90th anniversary cover of L’Officiel Paris. Offensive or not? You decide. Everyone has an opinion. {Jezebel}

Christian Siriano Is Working On A Capsule Collection For Spiegel, Claims He’s “Boring”: As if showing collections in NYC and Paris this season wasn’t enough, Christian Siriano is doing a collaboration with Spiegel in which he creates clothes for “different types of women.” The line launches April 4, and prices will range between $49-$599. When asked how he keeps up with all of his various projects, he says he’s boring and relaxes on the weekends. {Thread NY}

Diane von Furstenberg Releases Vintage Wrap Dresses: DVF has been in the news a lot the past few weeks for her criticism of Michelle Obama, her recent skiing accident, and apologizing for using underage models. But let’s remember why she’s so famous in the first place: those timeless, flattering wrap dresses. This week she’s releasing dresses and tops in multiple lengths in vintage DVF prints. {Stylelist} Fingerpaint Your Face--Beauty Inspiration From LFW: British designers are known for their love of color (colour?) and kookiness, and the makeup looks on London runways point to a decidedly colorful Fall 2011. {Vogue UK}