Devon Windsor reveals baby number two is on the way
Congratulations are in order for Daily fave Devon Windsor, whose young family is expanding. The 28-year-old took to Instagram today to share that she and husband Johnny Barbara are expecting their second child. The couple, who wed in November 2019, are parents to Enzo Elodie, who turned one in September. “I’m excited to share this shoot with you…it’s obviously been in the works for a minute,” Windsor joked, of the bump reveal, on Stories to her 4 million followers. Congrats!
Jasmine Tookes and Juan David Borrero are expecting their first child
Supermodel Jasmin Tookes and her Snap exec husband Juan David Borrero revealed their baby joy in a chic photoshoot, inspired by old Ralph Lauren ads and Peter Lindbergh photos. Revealing her bump to the world, the 31-year-old was styled for the shoot by her mom (and regular wardrobe collaborator!), Cary Robinson, in an array of simple and elegant classic pieces like a silk gown, a blazer, and denim. The images were captured by fashion photographer Jerome Duran, and when posted to Instagram, Tookes’ fellow models including Ela Hosk, Hailey Bieber, Olivia Culpo, Martha Hunt, Cindy Mello, Gizele Oliveira, Helen Owen, Isabela Grutman, Shanina Shaik, Jasmine Saunders, Lais Ribeiro, Karolina Kurkova, Izabela Goulart, Janice Joostemaa, Kelsey Merritt, Jourdan Dunn, Frida Aasen, Sara Sampaio, and Alessandra Ambrosio rushed to congratulate her…. looks like that lucky baby will have lots of godmothers!
Raf Simons announces he’s shuttering his namesake label
After 27 years, Raf Simons is closing his label, which he launched in 1995. The quietly influential brand had remained steady, while Simons was catapulted to international fame thanks to his leading roles at Jil Sander, Dior, Calvin Klein, and most recently, Prada. The Spring ’23 show, which was staged recently during Frieze London at Printworks, will be the last show for the brand. Among the designers who expressed their support when the statement was posted on Instagram included Marc Jacobs, Mugler’s Casey Cadwallader, Richard Quinn, Bottega Veneta’s Matthieu Blazy, Joseph Altuzarra, Supriya Lele, and Grace Wales Bonner.
PEOPLE StyleWatch is back—20 years after its debut—with its first-ever digital issue
She’s an icon, she’s a legend, etc: PEOPLE StyleWatch is back! Some two decades after its original debut, PEOPLE’s fashion-focused endeavor has returned in a new digital format, featuring the same beloved style content but now revamped for a savvy online reader. Set to launch on November 28 (Cyber Monday, duh), the mag will include almost 20 trend-driven and shoppable stories, and an original cover starring the Culpo sisters Olivia, Aurora, and Sophia. “The original StyleWatch was beloved for its curated finds inclusive of every body and budget–it was interactive in its own way, shopped via tear sheets at top stores,” says Leah Wyar, president of PEOPLE and the Entertainment Group at Dotdash Meredith. “Two decades later, savvy online shoppers expect immediate gratification and an interactive digital format makes the new StyleWatch even more valuable for today’s shopper.”
Law Roach speaks about styling Lindsay Lohan for her return to the spotlight
In Law Roach’s eyes, LiLo is a “bit of a fashion historian.” Tasked with collaborating on her wardrobe for her press tour for Falling for Christmas, the recent CFDA Fashion Award-winning stylist tells Harper’s Bazaar’s Rachel Tashjian that it’s been a delight working with the “iconic” Lohan. “One thing I would say about her is that she knows fashion, she knows clothes,” he says. “Her taste is exquisite. I actually really, really enjoyed our time together because it’s not that often I really get to have real fashion conversations with clients. [She] has so many incredible relationships with designers—personal relationships with designers—so her knowledge of clothes and construction is deeper than the average superstar’s.” Roach also reminds Tashjian that Lohan has an impressive collection of vintage fashion, was a personal friend of the late Karl Lagerfeld, and was once the creative director of Ungaro. (OMG, how did we forget!). Read the full dispatch here.
The Italian Trade Commission celebrated emerging Italian brands over cocktails at Saks Fifth Avenue
ITA recently partnered with Saks to spotlight new names to have on your radar. The partnership, titled ‘The Emerging Italian Designers to Know Now,’ featured labels including Albert Audenino, Palmiza, and Queen Moda Positano, who were all given a boost with extra visibility and custom displays at the iconic department store and additional programming in stores and digitally. The partnership was evident at Saks Fifth Avenue stores including New York, Beverly Hills, Chicago, and Brickell, Miami. To celebrate in NYC, Saks also hosted private cocktail reception with a live DJ. The partnership with Saks comes on the back of 2021 being a record year for Italy, exporting $12 billion of goods to the USA.
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