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Emma Stone, Katy Perry featured on September magazine covers

August 28, 2012|By Susan Denley
  • "Rudi Gernreich: Fashion Will Go Out of Fashion," an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania in 2001, shows the mod looks that made him famous.
"Rudi Gernreich: Fashion Will Go Out of Fashion," an installation… (Institute of Contemporary…)

Emma Stone is on the September cover of Interview, looking tough, which is a bit of a departure from her usual style but in sync with trends for fall. [Styleite]

And Katy Perry, on the cover of L'Officiel Paris, is shown with flaming red locks, not the blue ... pink? ... purple? ... we're used to. [The Cut]

Reports are that a German entrepreneur plans to revive the fashion line of the late Rudi Gernreich, known for his mod knits and who notably created a topless bathing suit in the 1960s. [WWD]

Surf-inspired Billabong reportedly suffered a loss of $275.6 million over the last year and is planning to close 82 stores. [Telegraph]

Victoria's Secret is being sued for allegedly selling knockoff pantyhose. The $15-million suit was brought by a company called Zephyrs, which used to supply Victoria's Secret with hose but is now accusing the retailer using Zephyrs labeling on products from other companies. [WWD] (Subscription required.)

Nordstrom is featuring quadriplegic Angela Rockwell, who appears on the Sundance channel series "Push Girls," in an upcoming advertising campaign. [People Stylewatch]

Glamour magazine Editor in Chief Cindi Leive interviewed President Obama for the magazine's November issue, in something of a coup for a fashion magazine. [WWD]

Former Vogue Paris editor Carine Roitfeld's new makeup collection for M.A.C. is due out Sept 6. [Styleite]

And Nars is bringing out a collection of makeup inspired by Andy Warhol in October and November, to coincide with a Warhol exhibit at New York's Metropolitan Museum of Art. [Fashionista]


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