“I don’t like death threats . . .”
Rick Owens recently opened up about the notorious protest at his last men’s show—and his equally famous response to it. Asked why he punched the rogue model, Owens said: “I thought, ‘Hey, this is my spotlight, and you fucked it up.’ The whole reason I hit the guy was I knew if I didn’t react very strongly, it might get out that this was some stunt that I had planned.” [Surface]
Jeremy Scott’s spirit animal . . .
Jeremy Scott stopped by Facebook’s New York offices to answer some questions posed by his fans. The Moschino designer held forth on topics as diverse as his spirit animal and the great Burger King vs. McDonald’s debate. [Facebook]
H&M gets eco-conscious . . .
Have you donated your used clothing to H&M in recent years? Now you may be able to get it back, in a way. The retailer will soon release a denim line in which 20 percent of the cotton used is recycled. [Fashionista]
On the road with David Beckham . . .
This must be among the starriest fashion films ever: Belstaff’s Outlaws stars David Beckham, Harvey Keitel, and Katherine Waterston, among many others. [WWD]
A look inside British Vogue . . .
In honor of the magazine’s 100th anniversary, the BBC will be documenting the process of assembling an edition of British Vogue. As editor in chief Alexandra Shulman makes clear, this is a big deal for the publication: “We have never previously agreed to allow the cameras into the magazine, but 100 years seems a fitting time to demonstrate what a powerful and exciting force Vogue is.” [The Telegraph]
—Lorenzo McClellan, Style.com