SEX AND THE COSABELLA
Being that the NYLON
office is located in the heart of SoHo, we’ve seen enough “sneak peaks” of the upcoming Sex and the City
movie to pretty much have the whole plot down. Now, here’s
a sneak peak: Cosabella is coming out with a new collection with four styles inspired by the four leading ladies’ vastly different fashion tastes, from demure Charlotte to racy Samantha. Hello Lover!
Coming soon to cosabella.comON THE MARC
Marc Jacobs might not be leaving much to the imagination lately, but this Friday, the designer will bring another artist out of her shell: Jennifer Jason Leigh. As part of MySpace’s Artist on Artist interview series, Jacobs and Leigh will quiz each other. Past Q&As include Heatherette and Scissor Sisters, and Jessica Alba and Dane Cook, but this is one to watch.
Watch on myspace.com/artistonartistCHAMPAGNE SUPERNOVA
It seems Donatella Versace has a sweet tooth. The designer’s most recent indulgence isn't a glittering gown or giant rock; it’s chocolate. In an exclusive series of events at select Versace flagships around the world, entitled "Chocolate & Champagne," guests will wash down specially made luxury chocolates with the appropriate glass of champagne.
For store locations, see versace.comGOOD TIMESThe New York Times
’ style magazine, T
, is on top of things to say the least. Case in point: T
just signed up Proenza Schouler’s Lazaro Hernandez and Jack McCollough to guest blog on their Web site. They’re not the first designers to blog about fashion, and won’t be the last (Dolce & Gabbana and Rick Owns will soon join them at T
), but with interviews with Chloë Sevigny, artist Nate Lowman, and others already posted, we’ve got the page bookmarked.
Hear what they have to say at blogs.nytimes.comBAG LADY
Already a global icon, catwalk turned cosmetics queen Iman will now take on the world of fashion. Inspired by her own wardrobe, Iman’s accessories line, Global Chic, comprises jewelry and handbags at prices starting at less than one of her husband’s records. As for any Bowie-esque baubles in the future? We can only hope.
Available at hsn.com/imanFAMILY DRAMA
Think you’ve got it bad? Since Guccio Gucci founded the fashion house in Florence in 1906, the family feuded right through to the ’90s, until Maurizio Gucci was murdered the night before a big show in 1995. Thankfully for us, Tom Ford (the company’s new designer at the time) stuck around. Riveting stuff, huh? Ridley Scott thinks so, and is set to direct a film about Gucci’s dramatic dynasty.