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Call Me Caitlyn, and More of Today’s News


Photo: Annie Leibovitz
Courtesy of: Vanity Fair

Call me Caitlyn…

Vanity Fair released its July cover today featuring Cailtyn Jenner, formerly known as Bruce Jenner. The issue marks the first time Jenner is appearing as a woman before the public. Of the cover, Jenner said, “This shoot was about my life and who I am as a person. It’s not about the fanfare.” The magazine is set to hit newsstands June 9. [Vanity Fair]

Cara’s collab…

Cara Delevingne’s fourth collaboration for Mulberry has dropped, and as you can imagine, the range is as cool as the It Brit herself. The steel blue quilted nappa bag has the words “Made in England” embossed on the bottom, not only a description of the bag’s origins but also a nod to the tattoo Delevingne has on her foot. Many of the other pieces in the collection are adorned with lion rivets, inspired by the model’s lion tattoo. Delevingne explained, “I want there to be hidden gems inside based on things that are personal to me, which my tattoos definitely are.” [Mulberrry]

Familiar faces…

The University of East London’s graduate fashion show took place recently, and there were some very famous faces in attendance. Student Yasmeen Uddin created printed dresses featuring images of Twiggy, Iris Apfel, Anna Wintour, and more. Uddin even went so far as to create a giant necklace to represent Apfel’s iconic oversize shades, and she used a fur shrug to represent her hair. [British Vogue]

An update on the Rana Plaza collapse…

Today, police in Bangladesh filed murder charges against 41 individuals involved in the Rana Plaza clothing factory collapse of 2013, which killed more than 1,100 workers. Those charged include the owner of the building, Sohel Rana, as well as his parents and several government officials. A report released in 2013 discovered that the building had violated many codes and had been built with substandard materials. [The New York Times]

Georgia May meets Minnie Mouse…

Minnie Mouse, style icon? Yes, according to Ashley Williams and Georgia May Jagger. The British designer chose the model to be the face of her latest range of Minnie-inspired products, explaining, “I wanted to make a sharper image of Minnie that would suit Georgia as she is.” [Dazed Digital]

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