June 17, 2013


Zac Posen is joining forces with David’s Bridal for an exclusive dress collection in the tradition of the retailer’s White by Vera Wang label. Posen has designed a selection of wedding and special occasion dresses. The debut range will include six bridal gowns ($850-$1,350) and five limited-edition party frocks ($195-$225). Check for the Truly Zac Posen collection this February. (WWD)

WWD has a first look at Marc Jacobs’s cosmetics collection for Sephora, and it’s as fabulous as expected. The range, due out August 9th consists of four sub-collections, Smart Complexion, Boy Tested, Girl Approved, Blacquer, and Hi-Per Color. Each category features different types of products: Smart complexion consists of foundation, concealer, and powder, Hi-Per Color includes a range of color products; lipsticks, nail polish, bronzer, and eye shadow, Blacquer boasts a gel crayon, “lash lifter” and eyeliner pen, and Boy Tested, Girl Approved is a collection of unisex products including concealer, brow tamer, and lip balm. Foundation ($48) and lipstick ($30) comes in 16 shades, concealer ($39) in nine, and eyeshadows are available in compacts of three ($42) and seven ($59). The collection will be launch at Sephora,Sephora.com, and Marc Jacobs stores. It will be available in the U.S. and Canada, and is poised to sell in Europe and China. Sephora will have a preview of the collection the weekend of July 19th, and Jacobs himself will appear in the retailer’s SoHo flagship September 5th to promote the range. So Bombers and Bombshells, any plans to cop yourselves some jams and jellies made by MJ? (WWD)

For a rising designer, Katie Eary‘s certainly enjoyed a tremendous amount of success. Her creations have been spied on the likes of RihannaBig Sean, and Jaden Smith, and she’s also collaborated with hip-hop’s most passionate fashionisto, Kanye West. Eary recently spoke to the Evening Standard about how her partnership with Yeezy came about. She was fresh out of design school, when in 2011 she got an e-mail from the rapper who said he saw some of her bedazzled pieces, and was interested in working together. “He said my stuff made him happy,” Eary said. “The freshness of the clothes and attention to detail appealed to him. I couldn’t have done it with womenswear. If you’ve got Swarovski crystals, pink and feathers in women’s that’s normal but if you do it with menswear, as I did, people notice.” (Evening Standard)

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