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And Uniqlo's chief marketing officer says your personal style isn't as unique as you thought.
If you thought Karl Lagerfeld was just kidding about letting his kitten Choupette sit in the cockpit of private planes, you were wrong and thanks to Grazia we have photographic evidence.
The first-ever stand-alone menswear shows are happening in London this week, and no dapper guys' gathering is complete without an appearance by Tom Ford. And according to a tweet by Derek Blasberg, he's not afraid to offer royalty some grooming advice: Just met Prince Charles. Charming, jolly fellow. Tom Ford suggested (to him, mind you) a new cuticle cream. Its official: I'm a royalist now How exactly did that happen? Ford shook the Prince's hand, noted his cuticles were dry, then tactfully suggested the cream? Dying here. Anyway, the designer sat down with Grazia's style director Paula Reed in London for a chat, and as usual, he was pretty charming and open. Despite having just heard his entire life story when he sparred with Fern Mallis a few weeks ago, we still learned some more about his career and as usual, we love how entertaining he is. From Americans' crappy style to the power of tight pants, Tom Ford keeps it real. Click through to read the highlights and here to read the whole thing.
London-based designer Graeme Black is the new creative director of the Gianfranco Ferre fashion house, according to Grazia UK fashion director Paula Reed, who tweeted the news earlier today. Black will replace Tommaso Aquilano and Roberto Rimondi, who were let go in April of this year. Based in London, the Scottish designer spent several years in Milan, climbing the ranks at Giorgio Armani until he was appointed head of womenswear for Salvatore Ferragamo in 2003.
PARIS--Look at the cult around Vogue or Purple: Magazines today are institutions, with their own admirers and followers. No wonder they're also becoming the life and soul of Parisian nightlife. Increasingly, brands are pairing up with hip publications to ensure a successful event. One day before the end of Paris Fashion Week, we put on our blue suede shoes and went out, wined and dined by various magazines.
Do the Twist: Vogue Nippon's Fashion Director Anna Dello Russo's ditched her Balmain shoulders and Mary Katrantzou prints for a boyfriend blazer and c