Lupita Nyong'o Looks Regal on the Cover of 'Vogue,' Fern Mallis Wasn't Invited to Yeezy Season 2

And Madewell launches e-commerce globally.
Avatar:
Author:
Publish date:
Social count:
958
And Madewell launches e-commerce globally.
Photo: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

Photo: Mert Alas and Marcus Piggott

In her second turn as the magazine's cover star, Lupita Nyong'o looks regal on the Oct. 2015 issue of Vogue. The actress discusses her love of fashion and couture in the accompanying interview, as well as her upcoming role in "Star Wars" and growing up with "cultural and ethnic identity before racial identity." {Vogue}

Did anyone notice the absence of Fern Mallis at Kanye West's Yeezy Season 2 presentation on Wednesday? Page Six certainly did. According to Mallis, she "was hoping to go to his show," but was told that she wasn't wanted there. {Page Six}

J.Crew's sister brand Madewell has finally launched e-commerce globally to more than 100 countries. Previously, the brand only shipped to the US, Canada and Japan. {WWD}

David Beckham has signed on for an exclusive, five-year agreement to expand the Kent & Curwen brand in Asia. Beckham will be overseeing all aspects of the label from product development to market expansion. Kent & Curwen, which is owned by Trinity International Brands Inc., currently has 113 stores in China, Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan. {WWD}

Ex-Moschino designer Rossella Jardini will be presenting her first women's collection to buyers during Milan Fashion Week. The collection will mix elements of the feminine with a sense of practicality. {WWD}

DWNLD, the publishing platform that makes it easy for users to create apps of their own (and that has published over 2,000 mobile apps), received $12 million from Greylock Partners to develop further multiscreen publishing and monetization tools for content creators. {Fashionista Inbox}

Jennifer Lawrence stars in yet another campaign for Dior — this time, she's fronting the brand's line of animal-inspired fall 2015 handbags. {The Telegraph}

For its spring 2016 collection, British brand AllSaints took to the New York City streets to cast models for its presentation and to star in a short film entitled "It's Up To You." Shot, produced and released in just seven days, the film features the spring collection styled by the models themselves in what the brand calls "a love-letter from the people of New York to their own city." {Fashionista Inbox}