Fashion News Roundup: Olivier Theyskens Knows Who's Designing Kate Middleton's Dress, Rodarte's Secret LA Haunts, and Lara Stone Would Be an Evil Bond Girl

Olivier Theyskens Apparently Knows Who’s Designing Kate Middleton’s Dress: Styleite caught up with Theyskens at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Karl Lagerfeld’s Magnum ice cream films, and he fessed up that he knew who was designing the dress. Maybe one more chocolate cocktail and he might have blurted the name. {Styleite} Adweek’s Top Ten Most Influential Magazines. Plus, Joanna Coles Gets Editor of the Year: Joanna Coles, EIC of Marie Claire, is called the “anti-chic, anti-Anna” by AdWeek (and they mean it as a compliment.) Mags that made the list? Marie Claire, People StyleWatch, Cosmopolitan, and Vanity Fair, among others. No Vogue, though. *gasp* {AdWeek} Beyoncé Wears a Dress Made of Petals With Her Knickers Showing for a Harper’s Bazaar Shoot in Paris: And she “hearts” us all. {JustJared} No Such Thing As Standard Sizing: No doubt you’ve come across vanity sizing and arbitrary sizing while shopping for clothes. A new full body scanner is hitting malls to tell you which size you are in specific brands. (And a fun factoid: If you have a 27 inch waist you’re a size 8-10 at Marc Jacobs, but a size triple zero at Chico’s.) {NYT}
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Olivier Theyskens Apparently Knows Who’s Designing Kate Middleton’s Dress: Styleite caught up with Theyskens at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Karl Lagerfeld’s Magnum ice cream films, and he fessed up that he knew who was designing the dress. Maybe one more chocolate cocktail and he might have blurted the name. {Styleite} Adweek’s Top Ten Most Influential Magazines. Plus, Joanna Coles Gets Editor of the Year: Joanna Coles, EIC of Marie Claire, is called the “anti-chic, anti-Anna” by AdWeek (and they mean it as a compliment.) Mags that made the list? Marie Claire, People StyleWatch, Cosmopolitan, and Vanity Fair, among others. No Vogue, though. *gasp* {AdWeek} Beyoncé Wears a Dress Made of Petals With Her Knickers Showing for a Harper’s Bazaar Shoot in Paris: And she “hearts” us all. {JustJared} No Such Thing As Standard Sizing: No doubt you’ve come across vanity sizing and arbitrary sizing while shopping for clothes. A new full body scanner is hitting malls to tell you which size you are in specific brands. (And a fun factoid: If you have a 27 inch waist you’re a size 8-10 at Marc Jacobs, but a size triple zero at Chico’s.) {NYT}
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Olivier Theyskens Apparently Knows Who’s Designing Kate Middleton’s Dress: Styleite caught up with Theyskens at the Tribeca Film Festival premiere of Karl Lagerfeld’s Magnum ice cream films, and he fessed up that he knew who was designing the dress. Maybe one more chocolate cocktail and he might have blurted the name. {Styleite}

Adweek’s Top Ten Most Influential Magazines. Plus, Joanna Coles Gets Editor of the Year: Joanna Coles, EIC of Marie Claire, is called the “anti-chic, anti-Anna” by AdWeek (and they mean it as a compliment.) Mags that made the list? Marie Claire, People StyleWatch, Cosmopolitan, and Vanity Fair, among others. No Vogue, though. *gasp* {AdWeek}

Beyoncé Wears a Dress Made of Petals With Her Knickers Showing for a Harper’s Bazaar Shoot in Paris: And she “hearts” us all. {JustJared}

No Such Thing As Standard Sizing: No doubt you’ve come across vanity sizing and arbitrary sizing while shopping for clothes. A new full body scanner is hitting malls to tell you which size you are in specific brands. (And a fun factoid: If you have a 27 inch waist you’re a size 8-10 at Marc Jacobs, but a size triple zero at Chico’s.) {NYT} Vogue Does DIY $1,000 T-Shirts: Vogue Daily (the mag’s blog) ran a post about how designer t-shirts are regularly breaking the $1,000 mark. In a very meta exercise, they then asked designers to show readers how to create DIY versions. Vena Cava, Thakoon, and Prabal all submitted ideas. {Vogue}

Lara Stone Wants To Be an Evil Bond Girl: The gap-toothed, well-endowed model told WWD that she doesn't really have acting ambitions, but she would totally be an evil Bond girl if asked. {WWD, subscription required}

The Mulleavy Sisters Share Their Secret LA Places: Looking for an alternative to LA tourist traps? Laura and Kate Mulleavy, California natives, list their favorite cool hangouts. {Nowness}