Cara Delevingne's Bunny Goes Missing, Louise Wilson's Family to Establish a Student Fund, Thakoon Addition Adds Shoes

Good news: PETA doesn't need to storm Delevingne's house.
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Good news: PETA doesn't need to storm Delevingne's house.
Not pictured: Cecil the rabbit. Photo: Getty

Not pictured: Cecil the rabbit. Photo: Getty

Meep! Cara Delevingne's bunny, Cecil, narrowly avoided certain death after hopping down an air conditioning duct at Mulberry HQ. Fortunately, the rabbit was spared — and thank goodness for the sake of Mulberry's reputation as a particularly animal-loving brand. {Daily Mail}

The family of the late Louise Wilson, Central Saint Martins's longtime masters program director, is creating a fund to provide students access to fashion education. Wilson's funeral will be held in Scotland, and a memorial will take place later this year in London, where she taught students like Christopher Kane and Alexander McQueen over the course of her 20-plus-year career as an instructor. {WWD}

Thakoon Addition is putting its best foot forward with its first shoe collection launching for pre-fall (pun fully intended -- sorry). Produced in Portugal, the footwear line sits in the $375-565 price range, and city girls should be excited: According to designer Thakoon Panichgul, these boots were specifically made for pavement pounding. {WWD}

Further reading:

In case you were hiding under a rock this weekend, Kim Kardashian and Kanye West finally got hitched. Here is your definitive play-by-play of the (many, many) events. {Us Weekly}

Is your Instagram feed getting a little dull? These uber-cool fashion types will take things up a notch. {Nylon}

After three decades without showing at Paris Couture Week, Azzaro is back on the calendar. {WWD}