Dolce and Gabbana Are in Trouble & TOMS Are the New Converse in Today's Style Scraps
Former French Vogue editor Carine Roitfeld has been tapped to "guest edit and style" all things Barneys-related this fall, meaning she'll be working with photographer Mario Sorrenti and Barneys creative director Dennis Freedman on their fall campaign, catalogue and Madison Avenue window displays. [WWD]
Ruh roh. Domenico Dolce and Stefano Gabbana are under investigation for tax fraud, and may face imprisonment. [The Cut]
Apparently AOL's fashion blog, StyleList, since merging with HuffPo, will drop the "e" and the capital "L," changing its name to Stylist, but will remain a standalone site. [Racked]
Kat Dennings looks sexy-vampy on the cover of the new issue of Complex. [Just Jared]
Writer Melena Ryzik notes that at SXSW, "TOMS, the do-gooder slip-on sneaker, might be supplanting Converse as indie footwear of choice." [New York Times]
The soon-to-be-opened agnÃ¨s b store on Howard Street will host an art exhibit called "Save the Date," featuring work by Dan Colen, Ryan McGinley, Suitman, Rostarr, Harmony Korine and Jose Parla. It opens April 1st. [Slamxhype]
We leave you with some inspirational words courtesy of Andrew Mukamal's Twitter feed: "Instead of getting angry about this late Wintery revival, use the blistery weather as an opportunity to test out your pre-fall 2011 look!"