Coco Rocha To Design, France’s First Lady In Gap Kids, and Kabuki Lessons

Dree Hemingway brings a dash of color to foggy London town for Vogue Nippon. (Obsessee)
Not only has Coco Rocha announced the creation of her own clothing line, but she's asking you to give it a name. (Oh So Coco)
Sure, the fashion industry has embraced style bloggers. But what happens next? (Business of Fashion)
Finding the perfect font for Rodarte is no easy task. (NYT)
Somehow the 5'9" Carla Bruni Sarkozy wedged herself into some Stella McCartney for Gap Kids. (My Fashion Life)
Like going bold with your eyeshadow? Take some makeup tips from a Kabuki master. (Modelina)
Lily Allen and Karl Lagerfeld make magic for Elle Russia. (Design Scene)
New men's label VonRosen has a "member's only" sales policy. You wouldn't want just anyone buying your clothes, would you? (NYT)
"I have no problems with showing my body. I love the female shape. It's crazy—you can have movie posters with men with machine guns but oh, God forbid you show nipples. That never ceases to amaze me. It's flabbergasting. So I have no problems with it. But I'm Danish. Everyone's naked on the beaches."—Helena Christensen. (Telegraph UK)

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