Fashion News: Cher Coulter, Chanel + More

January 17, 2012 by


Fashion News: Cher Coulter, Chanel + More• Stylist Cher Coulter and actress Kate Bosworth are reportedly working on a denim line. [NY Times]

• Alexander McQueen is introducing a made-to-order line with Huntsman of London’s Savile Row. [NY Times]

• Thanks to a new licensing agreement, former Cacharel creative director Cédric Charlier will bow a women’s line during Paris Fashion Week in February. [WWD]

• Karl Lagerfeld will reprise his winter Chanel Couture show in Tokyo in March, as well as open a pop-up shop and show an exhibition devoted to Chanel’s iconic tweed jackets. [WWD]

• At a public talk at the 92nd Street Y in New York, Donna Karan revealed that she is interested in creating a hotel-residence in Manhattan and that she failed draping while a student at Parsons. [WWD]

• New York and London have agreed to move their spring 2013 show dates, in order to resolve the fashion show calendar debate. [WWD]

• Jean Paul Gaultier has designed 5,000 gold bars. [WSJ]

• Former eBay Fashion creative director Andrea Linett has joined Michael Kors as vice president and global creative director. [WWD]

• Miuccia Prada is upset with how the Costume Institute is putting together its upcoming exhibition, “Elsa Schiaparelli and Miuccia Prada on Fashion.” [WWD]

• Mugler creative director Nicola Formichetti has invited his followers to shape the Mugler men’s collection he will present on Wednesday in Paris. [WWD]

• Norma Kamali has created a line of black dresses called Kamali Kulture. [InStyle]

• Former Lucky editor Kim France is now a curator for shopping site OpenSky. [WWD]

• Actors including Gary Oldman, Willem Dafoe, Tim Roth, and Adrien Brody walked in Prada’s menswear show over the weekend. [The Guardian]

• Narciso Rodriguez has designed a capsule collection for Rent The Runway. [Racked]

• The Roberto Cavalli Group has teamed up with Franck Muller to launch a watch collection. [WWD]

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