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Fashion News: Brangelina, Lagerfeld + More

Jumping onto the celebrity designer bandwagon this week: none other than arguably the two biggest celebrities in the world, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. The duo has designed a capsule collection for Asprey called The Protector which consists of gold jewelry and silver accessories inspired by the snake. Prices start at $525 and the net proceeds go to Education Partnership for Children of Conflict. [WWD]


Fashion News: Brangelina, Lagerfeld + More• Jumping onto the celebrity designer bandwagon this week: none other than arguably the two biggest celebrities in the world, Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie. The duo has designed a capsule collection for Asprey called The Protector which consists of gold jewelry and silver accessories inspired by the snake. Prices start at $525 and the net proceeds go to Education Partnership for Children of Conflict. [WWD]

• American fashion designer Ralph Lauren and his wife, Ricky, have established a professorship at the Yale School of Architecture. The professorship honors the memory of the late architect Charles Gwathmey. [New Haven Register]

• Karl Lagerfeld has once again dispelled rumors that he is retiring. “Retirement is not one of the topics with which I deal. Why should I? I still have so many projects that I sometimes don’t know where to begin. Chanel will still need some clothes when I’m 89.” [Grazia UK]

• Lindsay Lohan, whose recent collection for Emanuel Ungaro was slammed by the international media, can’t be stopped when it comes to fashion. “[Jeweler] Pascal [Mouawad] and I are actually working together, we’re doing something with a friend who owns bebe,” she told Access Hollywood. “We’re doing a collection for them and we’re also going to be doing some other things.” [Access Hollywood]

2 Comments

  1. Tights Lover

    November 16, 2009 at 6:01 PM

    That’s good that they’re donating the net proceeds. They certainly do a lot for many different causes.

  2. Tights Lover

    November 16, 2009 at 1:01 PM

    That’s good that they’re donating the net proceeds. They certainly do a lot for many different causes.

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