Kelly Osbourne is all set to launch her own clothing line, called Stories, in September – and it makes more than a fashion statement. The collection features slimming printed jumpsuits, butt-boosting tuxedo pants, and fitted floral dresses, and most importantly, are available in sizes 0 to 24 (all designs, no exceptions)! Osbourne has made it very clear that the products are all going to be sold together, not put in different sections for different sizes. Kelly says that it’s “demoralizing when a customer has to go to a Big and Tall section because they’re over size 12” and she doesn’t ever want that to happen with her customers. The clothing line is priced at a range that’s relatively affordable – $55 to $170. Read the entire story by TeenVogue here.
Conchita Wurst is high fashion’s newest sweetheart, with the latest seal of approval given by Karl Lagerfeld himself. Lagerfeld shot Wurst and pregnant model Ashleigh Good in an exclusive series of portraits titled “The New Normal”. The transgender Austrian singer also closed the show for Jean Paul Gaultier’s couture collection last month. Read full story here.
Kareena Kapoor’s wax figure at Madame Tussauds’ got a makeover recently. Earlier she was decked out in the “Mauja Hi Mauja” costume from “Jab We Met”, but now she’s wearing the “Chammak Challo” saree from RaOne.
Lauren Bacall, one of the Golden Age starlets who died earlier last month, is getting her donated wardrobe exhibited at the Museum at The Fashion Institute of Technology, New York City. Bacall had donated some 700 personal garments to the New York university when Valerie Steele, director of The Museum at FIT asked Bacall if she could turn her collection into an exhibition. Apparently, Bacall said yes, as long as it was “Diana Vreeland” quality.