Burch Goes Subversive, Cat McNeil Engaged, And Lowe Accessorizes

Caroline Trentini goes down the rabbit hole in Numéro . (Fashion Gone Rogue)
Catherine McNeil and her MTV-presenter girlfriend, Ruby Rose, are engaged and may run off to Canada for a legal wedding. (Fashion Copious)
Also, Sophie Dahl has married her boyfriend, singer Jamie Cullum. (People)
Changes are afoot as Hussein Chalayan buys his brand back from Puma. What's up his sleeve? (WWD)
Henry Holland promises to blog his "inner most thoughts - minus the filth", for Vogue UK. (Vogue UK)
On another programming note, where is Supreme Being? (Supreme Being)
Daisy Lowe will soon be whipping up bangles and baubles for Swarovski. (Catwalk Queen)
A poll by trend forecasters WGSN finds that Lady Gaga is "the biggest celebrity influence on fashion"—which is probably why you're not wearing pants right now. (Lucire)
Justin Giunta of Subversive is called up to the majors as Tory Burch hires him on as design director of jewelry. (WWD)
In a shift of art power from east to west, Jeffery Deitch Jeffrey Deitch will be named the new director of the Los Angeles' Museum of Contemporary Art. (Gawker)
Companies like Celine, Balenciaga, and others are all in a huff because fashion blogs have been distributing their ad campaigns for free. Really, guys? (The Cut)
Is your print magazine struggling to make ends meet? Turn it into a retail brand! (Starworks)

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