2009 April 27
Links of The Daily
(NEW YORK) When Cartier Was Just for the Likes of Liz [NY Times]
"Even in a recession, the client most crucial to luxury goods purveyors is no longer a Rockefeller but a Real Housewife of New York"
Fashionable Fortunes [Vogue UK]
Where Kate Moss, Natalie Massanet, Sir Phillip Green, and Natalia Vodianova fall on the richest Brit list
Luz Keeping Madonna Warm [Page Six]
Marc Jacobs allegedly "wrote a letter of support for Jesus [Luz]'s work permit" to allow him to stay in the country--as a favor to pal Madonna
Enter the Republic [Vogue UK]
Banana Republic introduces new Heritage line, with 90% created in sustainable fabrics like organic cotton, soy silk and bamboo
Walk This Way? No Thanks [Guardian UK]
"Somewhere between the skyscraper high heel with too-small platform sole (as modelled by Gwyneth Paltrow), the heel-less stiletto (as worn by Victoria Beckham), the frankly dangerous velvet slipper-sandals that brought half of Prada's models tumbling to the floor last September, and the insanity of the open-toed, bare-ankled boot, shoes became mad."
Luxury's heavy hitters, revealed! Today, WPP and Millward Brown released this year's BrandZ Top 100 List, naming the most valuable brands worldwide. Who topped the list for luxury ...
Robert Vignola is out and John Van Glahn is in as president of Calvin Klein Collection. The top tier shift comes three months after parent company PVH Corp. completed its $2.9 billion...
Get in the know on the underpinnings front, with chicly saucy new lingerie brand NOE Undergarments. Designed by twin sisters Bonnie Rae Boyes and Shelah Jean Adubo, the collection ...