Skip to main content

Mindy Kaling Covers 'Instyle,' Sarah Jessica Parker to Sell Shoe Line at Bloomingdale's

And the second winner of the BFC/GQ Designer Menswear Fund has been announced.

Mindy Kaling is definitely not invisible on the cover of InStyle's June issue, dressed in a floral Michael Kors dress. In a behind-the-scenes video"The Mindy Project" star dishes on why she prefers to style herself, the difference between her style on and off camera, and her first big splurge -- a men's Rolex because it made her feel "a little gangster." {InStyle}

Sarah Jessica Parker's Instagram post Monday (see above) sparked some serious "Sex and the City: 3" speculation amongst commenters and bloggers. But as it turns out, according to a press release sent by Bloomingdale's (note the brown bag) Tuesday afternoon, she was merely teasing the news that her shoe line will be sold in Bloomingdale's stores and online starting in mid-June, marking the first time the collection will be sold in New York City. Nice PR stunt, guys. {Fashionista Inbox}

The Fondazione Prada opened in Milan this past weekend. Complete with a "haunted house," Wes Anderson-designed cafeteria and pieces from Miuccia Prada and Patrizio Bertelli’s private collection, the museum sounds like it does not disappoint. {Vogue}

E. Tautz is the second winner of The British Fashion Council/GQ Designer Menswear Fund. The brand was founded in 1867 and re-branded in 2009 under the creative direction of Patrick Grant, who will receive £150,000 and take part in a mentoring program. Dylan Jones, British GQ editor and chair of London Collections Men, attributes the win to Grant's "unique flair, precise craftsmanship and an inherent sense of commercial awareness." {Fashionista Inbox}

Scroll to Continue

Recommended Articles