Plus, Condé Nast is consolidating its international digital editions of 'Vogue.'
And New York-based leather label Zana Bayne outfitted every single one of her halftime show dancers in coordinating custom outfits.
And the New York Times' fashion staffers will be pulling double duty with Cathy Horyn gone.
It's the latest (and biggest?) coup after dressing a string of high-profile musicians.
We're crossing our fingers for an interaction between Harry Styles and one-time rumored girlfriend Cara Delevingne.
The Victoria's Secret fashion show must go on. Despite a devastating hurricane and a snowy noreaster, the Angels took the runway last night at the 69th Regiment Armory. It was such a feat, the New York Post even put the show on its cover. Headline? "Sandy Now Snow & Ice..God Hates Us!...But We Have an Angel." Of course Victoria's Secret provided angels in more ways than one this past week.
The MTV Europe Music Awards were last night and, to be honest, it was such a spectacle that it's almost impossible to do a "best dressed" list. Looking through the photos, it seemed most attendants dressed more for a night of raving in some Euro-disco club than a red carpet. There were minor highlights--such as every one of Selena Gomez' eight outfit changes--but it's mostly just a parade of insanity. Click through to see the best of the EMA's awesomely bad shenanigans.