Lately it seems like reunions are everywhere: the Beverly Hills gang in Old Navy commercials, Entertainment Weekly's Reunions Issue, the upcoming Arrested Development reunion (the only one that truly matters, let's get real). Funnily enough, no one called us to see who we'd like to see reunited, so we thought we'd make our own list. We're not ones to be left out of a trend after all! We put our thinking caps on to come up with ten fashion reunions we'd like to see here at Fashionista - we will even moderate. It's guaranteed to be way chicer than your high school reunion.
After we released our list of the world's best fashion schools, we received a slew of emails from readers asking what they should actually study. Fashion journalism? Fashion marketing? Art history? Textile design? Fashion design? As far as majors go, whatever you decide to study obviously depends upon which part of the industry you're most interested. We've put together some college major guidelines. Obviously, rules are made to be broken, so use this as a starting point.
Erin Kaplan, our favorite City character (seriously, what would Olivia Palermo be without her?), and Elle's head of PR is leaving the mag after over five years to become the head of PR at Teen Vogue. While it could just be that Kaplan's really good at her job and put in a good amount of time at Elle and is ready for a change to a different glossy with a different publisher, we've got a hunch Kaplan's strong TV chops might have something to do with it. Teen Vogue's Amy Astley mentioned a little while back that the mag was developing a TV show. Kaplan proved herself to be a dynamic and engaging character on the City and she'd be an asset to a similar show. Plus it only seems fair since City alums Olivia Palermo and Whitney Port both have shows in the works.
Thought that you'd seen the last of Olivia Palermo on the small screen after The City got the boot? Think again. The villainous star of the MTV scripted reality series has confirmed that she is working on her own TV show, Elle.com is reporting. “I’m currently working on a TV project, my own show," Palermo said at Mango's spring show in Barcelona this week (she and boyfriend Johannes Huebl star in the brand's latest campaign). It's doubtful Palermo's new show will have anything to do with the mag that she "worked" at while on The City, and it's only coincidence that her former "employer" is breaking the news. Though it would be awesome if Palermo's City enemy Erin Kaplan could have a few cameos on her new show to mutter some cutting asides. Just for old times' sake.
Elle's finally got an iPad app! But before you run to download it, make sure to watch this promotional video. Sure, Robbie, Joe, and Erin are great,