13 February 2009

Morning round-up: Westwood's horsey makeover and Lily Cole's film debut

  

We may have bored you with every detail of Michelle Obama's wardrobe, but here's everything that you never knew that you wanted to know about her stylist, Ikram Goldman.
[nytimes]

The horsey folk are getting a makeover Vivienne Westwood-style at Ascot this year. She has been asked to give her vision to give a bit of edge to the Royal event – can we expect men in skirts and risky, commando dressing?
[telegraph]

The Beckhams are raking in the cash without even kicking a football, singing a song or selling a dress. They made £2.2 million from their firm Beckham Brand Limited – from just TV interviews and websites (of which they do little). Makes you want to go back to bed and have a career rethink, doesn't it?!
[mirror]

This time next week, the fash pack will already be running (tottering) between shows at London Fashion Week. From the Natural History Museum, home of LFW, to odd warehouses in the East End and disused shops in the north. But as of September, the museum may be fashion-guzumped in favour of Somerset House (which conveniently is much closer to Grazia HQ...)
[myfashionlife]

Everyone loves a fashion film – especially one which drags one of our favourite models on to the big screen. New movie, Rage, premiered at the Berlin Film Festival earlier this week and now stills of a fake-bobbed Lily Cole have been released
[fashionista]


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