June 13, 2014

Fashion Scoop: Cara Delevingne Goes From Model To Designer!


Sharon and Kelly Osbourne Launch Collection With MAC

They say once it starts raining money it pours! And I bet Kelly Osbourne and her mom Sharon are singing, "it's raining mulla,hallelujah, it's raining mulla, Amen!".


The Osbourne duo has launched their own cosmetic line with MAC cosmetics. The limited-edition color collection, Sharon and Kelly Osbourne, features a bold array of formulations. Sharon’s 13-piece component includes products that focus on contouring while Kelly’s part of the collection includes a Cheeky Bugger powder blush, a Spoonful of Sugar eye shadow quad, and a Kelly Yum-Yum bright lipstick that she based on her own MAC favorite, Candy Yum Yum.
Prices range from 13 pounds, or $21, for a lip pencil to 37 pounds, or $62, for a flat buffer brush. The line will be available starting today at all MAC locations and on maccosmetics.co.uk.
SOURCE: WWD 

John Galliano Remorseful?

I personally forgave him a long time ago but it seems that this will haunt John Galliano for a very very long time,or it will always be news;John Galliano opened up to French psychiatrist Boris Cyrulnik about the anti-Semitic comments that he was recorded saying in a Paris café in 2011, which led to his dismissal from Dior
"What happened in the Parisian café, La Perle, was a defence mechanism," he told Cyrulnik, in the interview for French publication Le Point. "I repeated a pattern that I had known as a teenager and I was in an explosive mix of drugs and alcohol. February 24, 2011, I was no longer myself. I said the most terrible, the most unbearable, the most horrible thing."
When asked if he felt he had been punished too much for his actions Galliano said: "I've lost, but I also gained a lot. I'm a creative person, and no one can take that away from me. I've been told I committed professional suicide because it was the only escape from the terrible pressures I was facing", reports WWD.
This is the most revealing interview since Galliano's 2013 televised interview with Charlie Rose, in which the fashion designer said he hoped that he would be given a second chance. 
After stints at Oscar de la Renta, and various collaborative projects including one with Stephen Fry (designing the stage costumes for the playwright's forthcoming production) and one with British Vogue ( working as guest fashion editor on a fantastical shoot with muse and friend Kate Moss), it was announced in May that Galliano would be making a move to beauty,  working as a consultant on beauty projects with Russian company L'Etoile.
SOURCE: VOGUE

Cara Delevingne Does Capsule for DKNY


The fact that she is the most talked about model of the moment must not be enough for lil' ol' Cara. In true PR strategy..she is getting itwhile the getting is good, and why shouldn't she?
She is,as of now,going to be a designer. The London-born runway regular and budding actress is collaborating with DKNY on a capsule collection, called Cara Delevingne for DKNY, said to hit stores in November.
The 15 pieces in the collection feature many of the model’s favorites, from a sweat suit (“My dream pantsuit, because you can boy it up, split it up or suit it up”) to tank tops, leather bombers and a parka. Most of the pieces are unisex, and retail prices will range from $70 beanies and $150 T-shirts to a $735 leather motorcycle jacket with removable sleeves.
SOURCE: WWD



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