Must Read: Versace CEO on What's Next, Goop Unveils 'Ridiculous' Gift Guide

Plus, Asos and Self Portrait are both launching bridalwear next year.
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Plus, Asos and Self Portrait are both launching bridalwear next year.
Opening Ceremony's Carol Lim and Humberto Leon and Nordstrom's Olivia Kim gathered to celebrate "Pop-In@Nordstrom x Opening Ceremony" at Babu Ji in Manhattan's East Village on Thursday evening. Photo: Neil Rasmus/BFA

Opening Ceremony's Carol Lim and Humberto Leon and Nordstrom's Olivia Kim gathered to celebrate "Pop-In@Nordstrom x Opening Ceremony" at Babu Ji in Manhattan's East Village on Thursday evening. Photo: Neil Rasmus/BFA

These are the stories making headlines in fashion this Friday.

Versace CEO on what's next
In his latest interview, Versace CEO Gian Giacomo Ferraris speaks about the difference between Versace and other luxury brands, why it's not collapsing its different lines into one and preparing the company for an IPO. {Business of Fashion}

Goop unveils its "Ridiculous (and Awesome) Gifts" guide
Not sure what present to get for that rich friend of yours? How about a $90,000 exploration at the edge of space? Or a $46,000 Hermès mah-jong set? No, wait — how about $125,000 dumbbells? {Goop}

Asos and Self Portrait to offer affordable bridalwear
Starting in April, Asos will offer its own collection of bridalwear, including options for wedding guests and bridesmaids. The highest price point will be £250 (approximately $380) and the collection will include both shoes and accessories. Red carpet favorite Self Portrait is also expanding into bridalwear, although a launch date hasn't been set yet. {Vogue UKBusiness of Fashion}

Karolina Kurkova gives birth to second son
Supermodel Karolina Kurkova and husband, Archie Drury, welcomed their second boy on Thursday. Kurkova and Drury married in 2009 and gave birth to their first child that same year. {US Weekly}

Carolina Herrera talks airport style
What's the key to being looked after at the airport? Dressing nicely, according to designer Carolina Herrera. She explained: "You know, if you dress up at the airport you will actually be taken care of perfectly. You'll be the one who the stewards look after the most." Alternatively, you could choose a really friendly airline so that you can still pig out in your sweats and be treated nicely. {The Wall Street Journal}

Scott Campbell is giving free tattoos
Tattoo artist Scott Campbell, who's inked celebrities like Orlando Bloom and Courtney Love, will be giving out free tattoos at Milk Studios through Sunday. There's a catch however; recipients will have no say in what kind of tattoo they get and won't be able to see the design until it's completed. {Page Six}

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