Victoria Beckham Gets Friendly With a Cow, Galliano Appeals Court Decision

And the CFDA is opening up more space for nominees at its annual awards this year.
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And the CFDA is opening up more space for nominees at its annual awards this year.
Victoria Beckham. Photo: Twitter/ @VictoriaBeckham

Victoria Beckham gets personal with a cow. Photo: Twitter/@VictoriaBeckham

The typically deadpan Victoria Beckham uploaded a rather silly photo to Twitter Wednesday morning. While visiting the Saatchi Gallery in London (in sneakers!), the fashion designer found herself casually sticking her head up a cow's bottom to appreciate the Oleg Kulik piece "Deep into Russia." {Twitter}

A handful of American designers will be celebrating more than the wrap-up of New York Fashion Week this Friday. The CFDA has announced that this year, five designers — rather than the usual three — will be nominated for awards in its Womenswear, Menswear and Accessories Designer of the Year categories. {WWD}

John Galliano's lawyer is appealing a Paris labor court's decision to reject his claim of an unfair dismissal from Dior and his own namesake label in the wake of his well-publicized anti-Semitic rant in 2011. Galliano claims his former employers were well aware of his alcohol and medication addictions, proving his termination to be unjust. {WWD}

The Kardashian sisters have been posting sneak peeks of the latest styles from their children's clothing label across social media. The spring collection launches in March, featuring a tulle skirt and a zip-up bomber jacket. We're expecting a piece similar to North West's fur coat sometime soon, too, ladies. {Daily Mail}

British designer Christopher Kane's first shop opens Thursday on Mount Street in London. The store was designed by Kane himself alongside architect John Pawson, displaying his collection of womenswear, menswear and accessories against the building's historic detailing.  {WWD}