Ruffian Butches Up, Burying Yoko D, and The Mystery Of Margiela


Vroom, vroom. The latest issue of
isn't even on newsstands yet and already our engines are revved. (Jacques)

Eulogies from the Scissor Sisters, makeout sessions, an open bar, voguing on a coffin—we should all have a funeral as fab as Yoko Devereaux's. (Racked)
As we wait with baited breath for the announcement of who will take over the helm at Maison Martin Margiela, Business of Fashion explores what made the brand so unique and mysterious in the first place. (BoF)
Steve Madden is branching out into apparel. Is this a good thing, we wonder? (Second City Style)
There's disquiet at the House of Versace as the brand announces that it will lay off 350 (!!!) employees by next year. (The Cut)
Whatever. With the advent of Ruffian for men, at least there's some good news. (Teen Vogue)
You've also got Fashion's Night Out 2 to look forward to. (WWD)
Karl Lagermouse? Yes, please. (Trend de la Creme)
"You know, there is no penis or vagina in a fabric. Like, why is chiffon women's and why is it not men's? I don't know."—Steven Cox of Duckie Brown who makes an interesting point. (The Cut)
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