Vogue Hommes Goes Full Frontal, Shazam Makes an Outfit ID App, and Zac Posen Designs a 24-Karat Gold Dress... for Ice Cream

Australian model Jarrod Scott bares it all for his Vogue Hommes International S/S 13 shoot. Like, all of it. NSFW, obv. {The Fashion Spot} Zac Posen designs a 24-karat gold dress—with a price tag of $1.5 million!—in honor of an ice cream bar. MAGNUM's new gold ice cream bar, to be precise. {HuffPo} Fashion brands want to be a part of Coachella! From hosting parties to sponsoring the festival itself, brands like H&M, A/X Armani Exchange, and Diesel + Edun are taking their wares to the desert. {WWD} Revolutionizing home shopping is Shazam's new fashion ID app, which will allow users to track down a TV character or personality's outfit with just one tap. {The Guardian}
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Australian model Jarrod Scott bares it all for his Vogue Hommes International S/S 13 shoot. Like, all of it. NSFW, obv. {The Fashion Spot} Zac Posen designs a 24-karat gold dress—with a price tag of $1.5 million!—in honor of an ice cream bar. MAGNUM's new gold ice cream bar, to be precise. {HuffPo} Fashion brands want to be a part of Coachella! From hosting parties to sponsoring the festival itself, brands like H&M, A/X Armani Exchange, and Diesel + Edun are taking their wares to the desert. {WWD} Revolutionizing home shopping is Shazam's new fashion ID app, which will allow users to track down a TV character or personality's outfit with just one tap. {The Guardian}
Photo: Vogue Hommes International

Photo: Vogue Hommes International

Australian model Jarrod Scott bares it all for his Vogue Hommes International S/S 13 shoot. Like, all of it. NSFW, obv. {The Fashion Spot}

Zac Posen designs a 24-karat gold dress—with a price tag of $1.5 million!—in honor of an ice cream bar. MAGNUM's new gold ice cream bar, to be precise. {HuffPo}

Fashion brands want to be a part of Coachella! From hosting parties to sponsoring the festival itself, brands like H&M, A/X Armani Exchange, and Diesel + Edun are taking their wares to the desert. {WWD}

Revolutionizing home shopping is Shazam's new fashion ID app, which will allow users to track down a TV character or personality's outfit with just one tap. {The Guardian}

Derek Blasberg sits on a porch with H&M's "New Icons," models Liu Wen, Daphne Groeneveld, Joan Smalls, and Lindsey Wixson, to chat about their model-off-duty style. {Harper's Bazaar}

Jimmy Choo founder Tamara Mellon's memoir In My Shoes is set to be released on October 1st. {Vogue UK}

Karl Lagerfeld is making furniture again! The iconic designer will unveil his second collaboration with Italian luxury company Cassina at Milan Design Week on April 9th. {WWD}

Step inside celebrity stylist and recent Target collaborator Kate Young's Brooklyn pad. {Refinery29}

Boobs: Gone! See how marriage has toned down Blake Lively's once-revealing style. {US Weekly}

Iro's here, and there's more to come! The French brand opened its first U.S. store last week in SoHo, with plans of further expanding. {WWD}

Derek Lam's new Kohl's DesigNation collection is Rio-cool with flattering colorblock dresses and printed monokinis in shades of aqua. {SheFinds}

And speaking of collabs, here's a list of 22 other designer collaborations this spring that you should definitely be getting your hands on. {PopSugar Fashion}