Plus, an incomplete history of the feminist T-shirt.
Plus, Justin O'Shea and Metallica collaborate on music merch for Selfridges.
"Uniformity" is on view at the Museum at FIT through November 19.
The exhibition organized by the Victoria and Albert Museum in London presents a history of fashion from 1950s couture to present-day red carpet gowns.
And designer Elio Fiorucci is dead at 80.
British supermodel Naomi Campbell is working on a denim collection for Italian fashion brand Fiorucci, Sassybella reports. The collection is rumored to be debuting during Milan Men's Fashion Week, which starts tomorrow. We're not at all surprised that Campbell is designing; however, it's an odd collaboration for a couple of reasons, the first being that Fiorucci hasn't really been relevant for decades. Since seeing success in the '70s and early '80s, the brand has suffered through mismanagement, legal battles and, eventually, several failed relaunches. Perhaps this is a sign of change for Fiorucci, which was recently acquire by Italian company Ittierre, who currently holds licenses for Balmain's second line, CNC Costume National and Galliano, among others (although, those brands don't exactly seem to be riding the waves of success these days either).