The Times public editor Margaret Sullivan asked Deborah Needleman to comment after receiving multiple complaints about a distinct lack of minorities in the new T magazine. Needleman responded that "it was something I noticed and regretted as we were putting the issue together. We are a global magazine and so would like the content, subjects and geography of stories to reflect that. In coming issues, we cover the people and places of Seoul, São Paulo, Kenya, Bollywood actors, Nigeria, etc. A majority of fashion models are still unfortunately mostly white, but it is our aim to celebrate quality and beauty in all its diverse forms." [via The Cut]
Stella McCartney is making a wool bag. Because McCartney is vegetarian and very eco-friendly, the bags are actually made from the wool of her own sheep, who we imagine are more pampered than we are and were not harmed during the shearing process. Mr Mickey will love this. [via Fashionista]
You can maybe possibly have lunch with Jenna Lyons! Right now, charitybuzz is auctioning a chance to sit down and meet the J. Crew creative director. All proceeds will go to the IS 289 Hudson River Middle School and the current highest bid is $1,850.
Lynn Yaeger's used the image of Moschino Cheap and Chic's question mark sweater (pictured above) as a take-down of the brand's costumers: "the symbol seems to represent the confused state of the pretty, trashy young thing for which the house's ensembles are intended. (You remember her, staggering into your algebra class clearly having been up all night, wearing a fuzzy mohair animal-print pullover and a tiny skirt, the girl who never knew the answer to anything beyond 'Where's the party?')." We kind of like the sweater but Lynn Yaeger, we really love you. [Image via Style.com]
Karl Lagerfeld has a new photo exhibition at the Galerie Gmurzynska St. Moritz titled "Fire Etchings." The exhibition features abstracted images of some of his current muses, and the his technique is bonkers: Lagerfeld used photo etchings burnt with fire into a solid pieces of glass. Woah. [via Press Release; Image via BFA]
PopSugar has rebranded itself, meaning that fashionologie, ShopStyle, Fabsugar and twelve other sites are now folded into one massive PopSugar.com. Au revoir, fashionologie. I'll miss you. [via Fashionista]