André Leon Talley is getting his own show on Bravo that will "follow follow four up-and-coming fashion design teams as they produce the defining collection of their careers, all under the watchful eye of fashion icon Andre Leon Talley." We can't wait, if only to get a glimpse at ALT's cape collection. [Fashionista]
Check out Alexa Chung's new ads for Superga. [My Fashion Life/Racked]
The New York Times' T Magazine Editor-in-Chief, Sally Singer, styled these delightfully kooky nail art designs for NOWNESS, inspired by a taxi cab seat. [Fashionista]
Maison Ladurée has teamed up with Hello Kitty to offer limited-edition boxes of macarons with the cute cartoon packaging. You can choose between four different sizes ranging from $20-$55. [Racked]
Mulu.me, the social networking-meets-curation-meets-e-commerce site, founded by 2012 Beautiful Person Amaryllis Fox, is hosting a contest in partnership with Dress 4 Yellow, a fundraiser for Lance Armstrong's LIVESTRONG foundation. Mulu users are challenged to curate (Pinterest-style) their favorite yellow items for a chance to win an all-expenses paid trip to Dallas to attend the event, sit at the head table with Mr. Armstrong himself, and see a fashion show featuring clothes by Rachel Roy, Isaac Mizrahi, Thakoon, Diane von Furstenburg, Elie Tahari and more.
Marc Jacobs' transparent pump for S/S '12 lets ladies channel their inner Cinderella. [Refinery 29]
Gucci and Guess went to court yesterday over Guess' use of the G monogram, red stripes and diamond motif, which closely resembles the iconic Italian house's branding. (Guess on the left, Gucci on the right.) [WWD]