Sofia Coppola Directs Gap's Holiday Ads, Cara Delevingne Isn't Blonde Anymore

Also, Chrissy Teigen returns to Twitter and Michael Kors reveals new tech accessories.
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Also, Chrissy Teigen returns to Twitter and Michael Kors reveals new tech accessories.

Gap is extending its pro-normcore Dress Normal campaign into the holidays with some help from Sofia Coppola, who directed a set of commercials that show relatable holiday scenarios like getting caught under the mistletoe or putting up with relatives. The ads are both awkward and touching in a distinctly Sofia Coppola way, and they start airing Monday. {Bloomberg Business Week}

The dark hair trend continues with Cara Delevingne, who has taken her dirty blonde locks to what looks like a brownish-red. Following in the footsteps of her friend, fellow Brit model Suki Waterhouse, Delevingne revealed her new color Saturday night at the LACMA Art + Film Gala in LA. {Fashion Gone Rogue}

Rihanna has returned to Instagram and now Chrissy Teigen is back on Twitter. Fashion’s favorite foodie, known for her witty candor, announced her hiatus from the site on October 23 after a flood of death threats, but decided to return after accidentally posting an Instagram photo to her account on Halloween. Welcome back, Chrissy! {@ChrissyTeigen}

Like Tory Burch, Ralph Lauren and Burberry before him, Michael Kors is taking his tech accessories game to the next level. The designer will release a collection of items like phone-charging cases, earbuds and portable chargers that resemble lipstick and compact cases, with prices ranging from $59 to $140. {WWD}