Katherine Heigl and hubby Josh Kelley hammed it up for the paparazzi in front of a friend's home in LA. Katherine looked crisp and clean in a champagne blouse, white skinny jeans, and show-stopping suede Jimmy Choo sandals. She accessorized with oversize Hogan sunglasses and a white Valentino bag. Get her exact embellished kicks with other like items when you shop now.
>> Karl Lagerfeld will debut his one-off Hogan by Karl Lagerfeld capsule collection on Oct. 2 during Paris Fashion Week, with a film he conceived of and captured for the occasion to be screened at the presentation.
But he will not follow up with his signature Karl Lagerfeld collection's fashion show the next day, as was previously scheduled: the presentation has been cancelled, and the Karl Lagerfeld line will be realigned as more commercial, with less involvement from Lagerfeld. The collections will be sold in showrooms in Paris and Milan. Lagerfeld is instead working on a new "masstige" ready-to-wear collection, expected to be ready for Fall 2011, which will be sold online. The Lagerfeld company said negotations are under way “for the distribution and production of the designer’s new vision,” focused on the idea of "mass elitism."
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Karl Lagerfeld is a busy man, but he's found time to team up with Hogan for a one-off Spring 2011 capsule collection. "For Hogan, he [Karl] will reinterpret all the iconic elements in both apparel and accessories, which will help raise Hogan’s visibility in Asia and especially in China," said Diego Della Valle, longtime friend and CEO of Tod's SpA, which owns Hogan. The brand will open its first flagship in Shanghai this Fall.
Here is a sneak peek of the collaboration — army influences, layers, and crisp jackets abound. What do you think?
>> Karl Lagerfeld Confirmed to Design for Hogan While Namesake Label Hangs in Balance —Karl Lagerfeld has confirmed earlier speculation that he will design a one-off collection for Hogan next Spring; the future of his signature line, however, is not so certain. The Lagerfeld label, a subsidiary of Tommy Hilfiger since 2005, was not part of the Hilfiger acquisition earlier this week by Phillips-Van Heusen, and will be retained by former Hilfiger owners Apax. Of Lagerfeld, Apax partner Christian Stahl said: "It’s not commercially the best brand in the world, but in terms of appeal and recognition, I think it’s a great brand. We’re going to focus on it and develop it.” But he's not denying that Apax will try to sell the label: “Every company we own is for sale.” [Style File, WWD]
>> Karl Lagerfeld to Shoot Next Pirelli Calendar, May Collaborate with Hogan —Every year, Pirelli taps a new photographer for their annual calendar: Terry Richardson did the honors for the 2010 edition, and for 2011, Karl Lagerfeld will shoot "all the top girls" in April. “I’ll do it in my studio in Paris. It’s too obvious to have a beach setting." Lagerfeld is also rumored to be the "marquee" name Diego Della Valle is in talks with about doing a one-off Hogan collection. [WWD]
>> Diego Della Valle Has a Mystery Marquee Collaborator for Hogan Up His Sleeve —Diego Della Valle appointed Thakoon Panichgul two years ago to help oversee a newly-launched Hogan apparel collection, but the collaboration ended last season. Now, Della Valle says his goal is to have Hogan clothing sales equal accessories sales within the next few years, and he's teasing an upcoming collaboration with a "marquee" name. But who? He won't yet say. [WWD]
>> Thakoon Does Jewelry for Tasaki; Moises de la Renta Rumored for Mango —Just as his contract with Hogan has expired, Thakoon has taken up a new responsibility: creative director for Japanese fine jeweler Tasaki, the world's biggest pearl supplier. This is his first major foray into jewelry, and the Thakoon for Tasaki collection will be unveiled in February. Moises de la Renta is also reportedly on deck for a partnership — he's "about to ink a deal" with Mango. [Style File, WWD]
C-ute. Check out Dakota Johnson (Melanie Griffith and Don Johnson's daughter) modeling alongside Elettra Rossellini Wiedemann for Thakoon Panichgul’s ready-to-wear debut for Hogan. Not bad for a newbie in the celeb modeling biz.
Shot by Jessica Craig-Martin, the famous offspring laugh and play on the concrete steps at NYC's Morimoto restaurant while looking beautifully rough and tough. I quite fancy the abundance of leather jackets and have-to-have bags, but not so much the futuristic tennis shoes. What do you think — want to join in this fun?