Tory Burch Valued at Over $3 Billion, Vivienne Westwood's Spring Campaign Is Unhinged

And Olivier Rousteing says he would go straight for Rihanna.
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And Olivier Rousteing says he would go straight for Rihanna.
Sheet style. Photo: Juergen Teller

Sheet style. Photo: Juergen Teller

Paz de la Huerta looks — oh, I don't know — moderately ridiculous in Vivienne Westwood's spring 2015 campaign, photographed by none other than Juergen Teller. {Fashion Copious}

Unlike the now-defunct C. Wonder, Tory Burch is growing... big-time. The brand, which was valued at $2.25 billion during its 2012 stock sale, is now reportedly valued at $3.25 billion, and sources report that $200 million worth of the company's shares were traded in the most recent stock swap. With things looking this good, it seems like it will only be a matter of time before the private company goes public. {WWD}

Balmain's Olivier Rousteing talks about the return of the "curved woman" and how he tries to combat racism through his runway casting. Oh, and the one woman that could turn him straight? Not Kim K, guys. That would be Rihanna. {Telegraph}

Gisele Bündchen looks typically goddess-like with sun-kissed skin, a smoldering gaze and beachy waves on the cover of Vogue UK. The supermodel talks about her family, her dream of living like Tarzan and Jane (no joke) and her earliest memory, which involves some chicken eggs and cows. {Vogue UK}

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