Fashion Roundup: Kim Kardashian’s Vogue debut, Fendi’s Baguette book, and what’s so fascinating about Zuckerberg’s hoodie?!
The editor-in-chief of American Vogue, Anna Wintour, has previously stated that she would never have Kim Kardashian anywhere near Vogue, but that hasn’t stopped Franca Sozzani from going after the media-star. Kardashian tweeted, “Amazing shoot today for Vogue Italia.” (Fashionista)
Fendi celebrates its Baguette bag with a Baguette book! The Italian fashion house has reissued its first ‘it’ bag in six styles to celebrate the 15th anniversary of its success, followed up by a decorative book to document the iconic bags. (Telegraph)
Britney Spears has officially been confirmed as a new X Factor judge for the show’s upcoming season. The singer reportedly closed a $15M deal with the producers of the show and will join Disney star Demi Lovato, to replace both Paula Abdul and Nicole Scherzinger on the judging panel. (Elle)
Twilight star Kristen Stewart on the cover Elle’s June issue. The 22-year-old actress is quite busy these days, coming out with a new film this month playing a warrior in Snow White and the Huntsman, as well as receiving a lot of attention for her revealing role in On the Road. (Styleite)
Which is your favorite Brad Pitt cut? LOVEFILM pays tribute to 25 years of haircuts from the iconic actor, launching a poll to find Brad Pitt’s ‘best cuts’. The current winner, is his hair-style from the movie Seven. (Guardian)
Closing our list of fashion highlights for this week, in honor of Mark Zuckerberg’s 28th birthday, The Wall Street Journal’s fashion experts take a closer look at Zuckerberg’s infamous hoodie look. It seems that the boy-CEO’s fashion style is making more headlines than Facebook’s anticipated $100 billion stock launch. Take a look: