In the midst of Diana Wang’s ongoing lawsuit against Hearst for unpaid intern wages, comes news of another media intern lawsuit–this time against Conde Nast. Two former interns filed suit against Conde Nast on Thursday, alleging that the company failed to pay them minimum wage, the New York Times is reporting.
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In the latest episode of Vogue.com’s new cooking show, Elettra’s Goodness, host Elettra Wiedemann stops by Grace Coddington‘s apartment for a lesson in cooking up potatoes drenched in cream and cheese and meat cooked under a big slab of fat. Not only does Coddington love cats (her cat Bart makes an appearance) but she also eats like a normal person. We love.
In the nearly hour-long interview, we see a shockingly pared-down version of John Galliano–slicked back ponytail, button-down, and navy blazer–open up to Charlie Rose about some deeply personal and painful topics. Watch the disgraced designer discuss everything from suicide to addiction to his newfound relationship with God–and his discovery that he wasn’t a deity himself.
Turns out you’re not the only one who’s embarrassed by your old outfits. Kanye West admitted to New York Times‘ Jon Caramanica that he’s not so thrilled by his own sartorial past either.
Caramanica: You look at your outfits from five or seven years ago, and it’s like —
West: Yeah, kill self. That’s all I have to say. Kill self.
Hmm… could this be why West demanded Getty remove all those images of him wearing a kilt?
Has cat-themed fashion peaked? Hardly. That is, if sunglasses designer René Chu has anything to do with it. Perfect for the woman who only wants to wear her mechanical cat ears on the weekends—because, you know, they’re not always appropriate during at work—Chu’s Revé line features detachable cat ears (or talons, if that’s more your thing).
When Azzaro parted ways with head designer Mathilde Castello Branco in October of last year, they said they would “shortly announce her successor.” While the French brand may want to reconsider their definition of shortly (it’s been nearly eight months), they have finally chosen her replacement.
The fashion house has hired Spanish designers Arnaud Maillard and Alvaro Castejón to take over creative duties, according to WWD.
Earlier this month, Vanity Fair scored the first interview John Galliano since he was fired from Dior in 2011 after going on an anti-Semitic rant.
Now, it’s time to get ready for his second post-scandal interview, which, from the sounds of it, will be even better. Because it’ll be on camera. With Charlie Rose.