Fashion News Roundup: Gisele Feeds an Elephant, Cindy Crawford Models Bra Tops, and Alexander McQueen Relaunches Website

Gisele's New Baby: No, the supermodel is not expecting again with hubby Tom Brady--not that we know of, anyway! The Brazilian stunner was snapped bottle feeding a baby elephant on a visit to an elephant orphanage during a recent trip to Kenya. Bündchen took to her Facebook page to rally fans' support: "We need to speak up for these animals or they will continue to be in danger," she posted. {People} Fashion's Fishbowl: Daphne Groeneveld covers April's Vogue Korea, holding a fishbowl--an analogy for how the fashion world is running these days? It probably isn't that deep, but we can't wait to dive into this spread. (Puns!) {TFS} McQueen's Website Relaunches: Exciting news for Alexander McQueen fans (so, everyone). The brand has revamped its website, which includes a separate scarf "boutique" with exclusive colorways of the infamous skull scarf, and plans to feature the entire archive of videos and photos of all McQueen runway shows. The website will combine the main line with secondary line McQ so now it's possible to shop both in one place; in addition, the digital flagship has extended e-commerce to cover the EU. A "My McQueen" feature allows users to save their favorite images from the runway and advertisement as well as product, making for one awesome wish list experience. {Fashionista Inbox}
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Gisele's New Baby: No, the supermodel is not expecting again with hubby Tom Brady--not that we know of, anyway! The Brazilian stunner was snapped bottle feeding a baby elephant on a visit to an elephant orphanage during a recent trip to Kenya. Bündchen took to her Facebook page to rally fans' support: "We need to speak up for these animals or they will continue to be in danger," she posted. {People} Fashion's Fishbowl: Daphne Groeneveld covers April's Vogue Korea, holding a fishbowl--an analogy for how the fashion world is running these days? It probably isn't that deep, but we can't wait to dive into this spread. (Puns!) {TFS} McQueen's Website Relaunches: Exciting news for Alexander McQueen fans (so, everyone). The brand has revamped its website, which includes a separate scarf "boutique" with exclusive colorways of the infamous skull scarf, and plans to feature the entire archive of videos and photos of all McQueen runway shows. The website will combine the main line with secondary line McQ so now it's possible to shop both in one place; in addition, the digital flagship has extended e-commerce to cover the EU. A "My McQueen" feature allows users to save their favorite images from the runway and advertisement as well as product, making for one awesome wish list experience. {Fashionista Inbox}
Photo: Gisele Bundchen Facebook

Photo: Gisele Bundchen Facebook

Gisele's New Baby: No, the supermodel is not expecting again with hubby Tom Brady--not that we know of, anyway! The Brazilian stunner was snapped bottle feeding a baby elephant on a visit to an elephant orphanage during a recent trip to Kenya. Bündchen took to her Facebook page to rally fans' support: "We need to speak up for these animals or they will continue to be in danger," she posted. {People}

Fashion's Fishbowl: Daphne Groeneveld covers April's Vogue Korea, holding a fishbowl--an analogy for how the fashion world is running these days? It probably isn't that deep, but we can't wait to dive into this spread. (Puns!) {TFS}

McQueen's Website Relaunches: Exciting news for Alexander McQueen fans (so, everyone). The brand has revamped its website, which includes a separate scarf "boutique" with exclusive colorways of the infamous skull scarf, and plans to feature the entire archive of videos and photos of all McQueen runway shows. The website will combine the main line with secondary line McQ so now it's possible to shop both in one place; in addition, the digital flagship has extended e-commerce to cover the EU. A "My McQueen" feature allows users to save their favorite images from the runway and advertisement as well as product, making for one awesome wish list experience. {Fashionista Inbox}

It's in the Bag: One of interior design's biggest names, Jonathan Adler, is launching a handbag line. His old friend, designer Liz Lange, was nervous when Adler told her of his plans to take his designs out of the home, but after she saw the line we get the impression they may have replaced her beloved Hermès. Maybe he got input from husband, Barneys creative ambassador Simon Doonan? {WWD}

Supermodel Renaissance Continues: After seeing a number of supers on the runways this season, and the recent UK Harper's Bazaar's supermodel cover, the supermodels of the 80s and 90s continue to be in high demand. Most recently, midwestern favorite Cindy Crawford features in a fashion spread for The Telegraph (wearing bra tops and bodysuits nonetheless), proving that once a supermodel, always a supermodel. {Telegraph}

Jean Paul Gaultier is Out: The French designer JPG covers Out's new design issue. The accompanying profile covers his history, eating habits, plans for his 60th birthday (spoiler alert: "crying" is on the agenda), and a recent wedding dress fitting for an unnamed royal. {The Cut}