Rod Stewart and Kanye West Pose for Alexander Wang, Met's Harold Koda to Retire

And Kering may be nearing a sale of Italian footwear brand Sergio Rossi.
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And Kering may be nearing a sale of Italian footwear brand Sergio Rossi.
Kanye West for Alexander Wang x DoSomething. Photo: Steven Klein

Kanye West for Alexander Wang x DoSomething. Photo: Steven Klein

These are the stories making headlines in fashion on Tuesday.

Rod Stewart, Kanye West pose for Alexander Wang x DoSomething
If you thought Jeremy Scott was the American designer with the most celebrity friends, guess again. To promote a collaboration with youth social advocacy group DoSomething, Alexander Wang was able to wrangle 38 high-profile buddies — including Rod Stewart, Kim Kardashian, Kanye West, Kristen Wiig, Pamela Anderson, Tyga and a host of top models — to pose for Steven Klein in the shirts and hoodies he made for the organization. {Alexander Wang}

Harold Koda to retire next year
After 15 years leading the Costume Institute at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art, Harold Koda, 65, has decided to retire in early 2016. The bespectacled head curator says his exit will be an easy transition thanks to curator Andrew Bolton and their team of 30. For now, however, he continues to work on the upcoming exhibition "Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style," opening in November. {WWD}

The Arrivals debuts fall collection
The Arrivals, a direct-to-consumer outerwear brand favored by more than a few fashion editors, has launched its third collection — for fall — on its site, with prices ranging from $245 (for a denim jacket) to $885 (for a black leather jacket). In particular, we're eyeing a black leather moto number with a lamb shearling collar and a clean-cut unisex parka. {The Arrivals}

Kering nears sale of Sergio Rossi
Italian shoe brand Sergio Rossi may soon be parting ways with its parent company, Kering. According to unnamed sources, Kering is in "advanced talks" for a sale to private equity firm Investindustrial that could take place "as soon as next month." {Bloomberg}