Emilio Pucci designer Peter Dundas, who has been dressing a bevy of celebs on the red carpet lately, is creating the wardrobe for British pop star Rita Ora's "The Radioactive Tour," which kicked off Monday with a concert in Manchester, Britain. The costumes will perfectly echo her "urban glamour," according to a news release from Pucci, while interpreting some of the key themes of the Pucci spring/summer 2013 collection. We expect lots of sparkle, and are hoping for some fab sunglasses, which have become a bit of an Ora signature, too.
When you title the first single of your upcoming album "Suit & Tie" you better make sure you're dressed to the nines -- and in the track's new video, Justin Timberlake turns it up to 11 in some serious Tom Ford suits. It turns out that's just the beginning of a collaboration between the two to shape the "refined style" of JT's "The 20/20 Experience" due out in March. [Los Angeles Times]
One of the most famous fashion face-offs in history will soon be available for viewing on a small screen near you. The documentary film “Versailles ’73: American Runway Revolution,” follows the staging in 1973 of runway shows at the Palace of Versailles by five prominent American designers -- Anne Klein, Stephen Burrows, Bill Blass, Oscar de la Renta, and Halston -- and five high-profile French designers -- Yves St. Laurent, Christian Dior, Hubert de Givenchy, Pierre Cardin, and Emanuel Ungaro.