Gisele Bündchen and Tom Brady just finished working on their 22,000-square-foot home in LA. The home includes eight bedrooms, a six-car garage, a wine cellar, a gym, a pool, a mini-castle for their kids and -- wait for it -- a moat. [via The Cut]

Tom Ford and Justin Timberlake are collaborating to "provide made-to-measure tailoring, including eveningwear, suiting, shirting, ties, shoes and accessories that will be a focal point of [Timberlake's upcoming album] The 20/20 Experience." We're assuming that means Justin will be wearing a lot of Tom Ford in all of his videos? [via LA Times]

Lorraine Kirke -- mother of Jemima Kirke, aka "Jessa" on Girls -- chose this week to expand her shop, Geminola, which sells re-purposed vintage clothes. As The Cut points out, this is very good timing given that Jessa sort of opened a vintage shop on Girls this week.  

The CFDA is partnering with Organic Avenue to offer models 50% discounts on all Organic Avenue food during fashion week. Can the CFDA partner with us so we can have a 50% discount on the burritos? [via Fashionista]

Bloomberg wrote about why Chanel ain't launching e-commerce any time soon. The answer -- which we all could have guessed sans investigation --  is that they want to retain an air of exclusivity. [via Fashionista]


Love these videos that Adam Morley and Dulcie Cowling did with Rankin's Hunger magazine. They tackle prints, accessories and color in a non-pretentious way that made us laugh out loud. [via It's Nice That]

KCD just launched their own platform for live-streaming many of the NYFW shows. You can find it here. [The Cut

This Titanium Utility Ring = woah. [via uncrate]

British footwear designer Kurt Geiger opened an NYC boutique at 375 Bleecker just in time for fashion week. We hear they have a secret garden in the back of the shop that will be the site of tea parties during NYFW (and it's heated!). [via press release]