Fashion News Roundup: A Daphne Guinness Doc, Gucci Taps Florence Welch and Reversible Jeans

Daphne Behind the Scenes: Director Brennan Stasiewicz shot footage of the iconic heiress both in her home, where she mused on fashion and her style, and during her pre-Met-Gala dressing installation in the window of Barneys. Stasiewicz explains how Guinness herself is like a window: "[she is] someone you can approach and see, but you remain on the other side.” {NOWNESS} Florence Welch Is The New Face of Gucci: Frida Giannini hand-picked the singer after seeing her at this year's Grammys, citing her "powerful personality and entrancing quality to her performances" as going "hand in hand with the Gucci woman." We couldn't agree more. {Vogue UK} Reversible Jeans: And they aren't a weird form of jeggings either. The Bleulab creations are real jeans, complete with front pockets and normal zippers. Prices start at $163 - worth it for the giant extension you just got on laundry. {The Frisky}
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Daphne Behind the Scenes: Director Brennan Stasiewicz shot footage of the iconic heiress both in her home, where she mused on fashion and her style, and during her pre-Met-Gala dressing installation in the window of Barneys. Stasiewicz explains how Guinness herself is like a window: "[she is] someone you can approach and see, but you remain on the other side.” {NOWNESS} Florence Welch Is The New Face of Gucci: Frida Giannini hand-picked the singer after seeing her at this year's Grammys, citing her "powerful personality and entrancing quality to her performances" as going "hand in hand with the Gucci woman." We couldn't agree more. {Vogue UK} Reversible Jeans: And they aren't a weird form of jeggings either. The Bleulab creations are real jeans, complete with front pockets and normal zippers. Prices start at $163 - worth it for the giant extension you just got on laundry. {The Frisky}
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Daphne Behind the Scenes: Director Brennan Stasiewicz shot footage of the iconic heiress both in her home, where she mused on fashion and her style, and during her pre-Met-Gala dressing installation in the window of Barneys. Stasiewicz explains how Guinness herself is like a window: "[she is] someone you can approach and see, but you remain on the other side.” {NOWNESS}

Florence Welch Is The New Face of Gucci: Frida Giannini hand-picked the singer after seeing her at this year's Grammys, citing her "powerful personality and entrancing quality to her performances" as going "hand in hand with the Gucci woman." We couldn't agree more. {Vogue UK}

Reversible Jeans: And they aren't a weird form of jeggings either. The Bleulab creations are real jeans, complete with front pockets and normal zippers. Prices start at $163 - worth it for the giant extension you just got on laundry. {The Frisky}

Josie Natori Doing Target's First Redux Lingerie Line: The collection will include bras, panties, chemises, sleepwear and loungewear, and will be priced between $9.99 and $34.99. Finally, pretty little underpinnings we can all afford. {WWD, Subscription Required}

Gucci's Getting Sued: Josephine Robinson, who is described in a press release as a "dark-skinned West Indian Latina," is suing Gucci, her former employer, for $5 million in racial discrimination charges. Robinson, who Gucci employed as a tax lawyer for two years until she was terminated in November 2010, alleges that her boss made frequent racist jokes and comments and harassed her based on gender, race, and national origin. Gucci spokespeople say the claims are "completely unfounded". {Stylite}

Gisele is About to be a Billionaire: Between all her brandings, campaigns, editorials, covers and an upcoming lingerie line, she's going to have more money than... well, everyone. Because she doesn't have enough going for her already. Not bitter at all. {The Gloss}