Very distressing news for the Missoni family: Vittorio Missoni -- who's in charge of marketing for the brand and is regarded as one of the heads of his family -- went missing in Venezuela, along with his wife Maurizia Castiglioni and four others. Authorities are trying to figure out whether they were kidnapped or whether their private jet crashed off of the coast. Here's hoping that everyone is okay. [via Daily Beast]


It turns out that Naomi Campbell was in a limo -- not a cab -- when she got mugged. Thank god that mystery is solved. [via Fashionista]

Emma Stone thinks it's "hilarious" that Vogue named her best dressed of 2012 and gives all the credit to her mom and her stylist, Petra Flannery. She also said this: "I won't dress like a fairy princess, wear a lot of glitter, or anything that makes me look like a Victorian doll. If I could wear those things and not look like Dakota Fanning when she was eight, maybe, but I just don't look good in them." God we love Emma Stone. [via The Cut]




We're slightly creeped out but also can't take our eyes off of Raf Simons' video showcasing his SS '13 collection. Watch at your own risk. [via HypeBeast]


Lori Goldstein plans on making Elle more fashion-oriented, with fantasy and high-concept editorials! We can't wait to see those new shoots, the first of which will appear in the March issue. [via The Cut


Tom Ford announced that he will stage a runway show that can hold between 500 and 1,000 people! He'll also be inviting bloggers! Nudge nudge, wink wink (please invite us). [via Times UK]


Jenn Rogien, the costume designer of Girls, tries to avoid criticism surrounding her wardrobe decisions, telling The Cut: "I was incredibly thankful to be incredibly busy shooting this show, so I didn't have a lot of time to read a lot of the coverage...I read one piece that was like, 'If I was dressing these characters, I would do everything differently,' and that's when I said, 'Okay, I have to pull myself out of the blogosphere and just focus on making decisions for the characters the way we've been making them all along.'"


Remember when Macy's, Amazon and Sears went through that phase of making an effort to embrace eco-friendly fabrics? Well now they're are all being sued for labeling clothing made of rayon as being made of bamboo. [via Fashionista]