Fashion News Roundup: Franca Sozzani Won't Attend Meetings, Carey Mulligan Covers W in a Bra, and See Lindsay Lohan's Full Playboy Spread

Franca Sozzani Doesn't Do Meetings: The long-time EIC of Vogue Italia told Industrie that she never - NEVER! - participates in sit-downs because "responsible and creative" people "don't need to have a teacher." I think my elementary school art teacher would respectfully disagree with that statement, Ms. Sozzani. {Telegraph} Carey Mulligan Looks Flawless on W, Has a Chip(munk) On Her Shoulder: Carey gets another cover - but this time it's a new photo! The lady looks phenom in her dainty (Nina Ricci?) bra. {Style Frizz} Lindsay Lohan's Playboy Spread is Not So Bad: Damn that girl is stacked. And no full frontal. Brava Lindsay. {OhNoTheyDidn't}
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Franca Sozzani Doesn't Do Meetings: The long-time EIC of Vogue Italia told Industrie that she never - NEVER! - participates in sit-downs because "responsible and creative" people "don't need to have a teacher." I think my elementary school art teacher would respectfully disagree with that statement, Ms. Sozzani. {Telegraph} Carey Mulligan Looks Flawless on W, Has a Chip(munk) On Her Shoulder: Carey gets another cover - but this time it's a new photo! The lady looks phenom in her dainty (Nina Ricci?) bra. {Style Frizz} Lindsay Lohan's Playboy Spread is Not So Bad: Damn that girl is stacked. And no full frontal. Brava Lindsay. {OhNoTheyDidn't}
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Franca Sozzani Doesn't Do Meetings: The long-time EIC of Vogue Italia told Industrie that she never - NEVER! - participates in sit-downs because "responsible and creative" people "don't need to have a teacher." I think my elementary school art teacher would respectfully disagree with that statement, Ms. Sozzani. {Telegraph}

Carey Mulligan Looks Flawless on W, Has a Chip(munk) On Her Shoulder: Carey gets another cover - but this time it's a new photo! The lady looks phenom in her dainty (Nina Ricci?) bra. {Style Frizz}

Lindsay Lohan's Playboy Spread is Not So Bad: Damn that girl is stacked. And no full frontal. Brava Lindsay. {OhNoTheyDidn't}

Audrina Patridge, Designer? Somebody pinch me, this is too good to be true. Everyone's favorite brunette former The Hills cast member is starting her own line of... lingerie? Swimwear? She's not quite sure yet. But she's fully committed to the project--she even asked for a sewing machine for Christmas. That's dedication. {People}

Jason Wu is the Future of Fashion: The designer, who will debut his collab with Target in February, is set to receive the Future of Fashion Award at the YMA Fashion Scholarship Fund dinner in NYC this January. The fund provides fashion students with financial scholarships. {WWD}

Drumroll, Please! The Pantone Color of 2012 isssss... Tangerine Tango! This "spirited reddish orange" is "sophisticated" yet "dramatic and seductive," and is "reminiscent of the radiant shadings of a sunset." In other words, we're going to be seeing a lot of deep orange next year. Cool! {Styleite}

Chanel Diversifies with South Asian Models: The fashion house has received criticism in the past for its Caucasian-dominated runway shows, but this week's elaborate Pre-Fall fete featured a number of ridiculously good-looking (of course) models with South Asian roots. Many of these models have graced countless covers of Indian publications but are new to the Western fashion market - here's hoping Karl's on the way to changing that. {NY Mag}

Karlie Kloss for All Saints? Our fair Karlie showed up to Coco Rocha's Letters From Haiti premier fresh from a "shoot" and wearing head-to-toe All Saints. Which got people wondering: Could Karlie be the new face of the UK retailer? And if so, does she remember how to model while wearing clothes? {Modelinia}

Most Talked About Trends of 2011: You've got to admit, this year had some pretty awesome trends. Remember all those wacky fruit prints last summer? Yummy. Here's FabSugar's rundown of the year's most memorable fash fads. {FabSugar}

Is Equestrian the New Ballet? Last year, Black Swan majorly influenced style with all its romantic, tutu-y goodness. Will the upcoming War Horse film have a similar effect with preppy, tailored riding looks? And does this somehow make my plea for a miniature pony this Chanukah any more viable than in past attempts? {Telegraph}