Clover Canyon Introduces Menswear, Eva Chen Defends 'Lucky' Spinoff

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Clover Canyon, known for its bright and graphic patterns for ladies, is launching a line of #menswear for spring 2015. The line will carry over the brand's signature elements like neoprene fabrics into bomber jackets and pants for men. Priced at $120 to $450, the first collection is inspired by Asian healing methods. {Fashionista Inbox}

Donatella Versace has taken the Proust questionnaire for Vanity Fair. She says that her greatest extravagance is diamonds (we'd say tanning probably ranks high up there too) and that she "may have lied" to herself in the past. Getting #deep with Donatella. {Vanity Fair}

The media world was a bit stunned when it was announced that Lucky's website would be spun off from Condé Nast into a new online venture with Beach Mint. Eva Chen sits down with Bloomberg to defend the move and to talk about why Lucky's ad pages being down doesn't mean anything bad for the brand. It's a little bit #awkward. {Bloomberg}