Anna Wintour Discusses Decline of Trends, France Likely to Ban Excessively Thin Models

And Frederic Fekkai is reportedly in the process of buying back his haircare brand from P&G.
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And Frederic Fekkai is reportedly in the process of buying back his haircare brand from P&G.

In an interview with Style.com, Vogue Editor in Chief Anna Wintour discusses the best shows in Europe and how runway trends have given way to self-expression in fashion. {Style.com}

France will likely soon ban the use of excessively thin fashion models on runways and in advertisements, following in the steps of Italy, Spain and Israel, which all passed similar legislation in 2013. A health legislation debate will take place on Tuesday to further discuss the proposed law, which will include mandatory weight checks, fines of up to $79,000 and six months' jail time for agencies and their employers. {Reuters}

After selling his luxe haircare brand to Procter & Gamble Co. in 2008, Frederic Fekkai is considering a buy-back. P&G has said last year that it plans to offload between 80 and 90 of its 160 brands, and could likely sell the haircare line for less than the $400 million purchase price. {WWD}

Fashion Copious, the go-to blog for images of magazine covers and editorials, has received a cease and desist letter from Vogue Germany, demanding that all of its covers be taken down immediately. {Fashion Copious}