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Zac Posen’s Rumored New Gig


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Perfectly paired…

Who better to help resurrect the house of Charles James than modern gown-master Zac Posen? Rumor has it Posen will be taking the helm at the house that Harvey Weinstein bought the rights to last spring. The news has not been officially confirmed by Charles James’ reps as yet. However, it seems Posen would be a great fit for the brand aesthetically—as’s Nicole Phelps said, “If James has a spiritual descendant, it’s Zac Posen.” [Page Six]

Max Mara in London…

The trend of fashion houses showing Resort collections in different cities is continuing as Max Mara has announced that it will be showing in London come May. WWD reports the brand’s showing in the U.K. will coincide with the opening of its expanded boutique on Old Bond Street. [WWD]

Lexi for Loewe…

Loewe launched its newest advertising campaign today in conjunction with the beginning of Paris fashion week. The campaign was lensed by Steven Meisel and features runway regular Lexi Boling. In addition to images of Boling, the campaign also includes an image from Meisel’s Self-Portraits series, which is fitting, considering Loewe creative director Jonathan Anderson cited Meisel as a key point of reference in his work.

Peter Copping for ODLR available now…

For the first time, Moda Operandi is holding a trunk show featuring Oscar de la Renta ready-to-wear garments straight from the runway. Peter Copping’s first collection for the famous house debuted online today, and will be available until March 9. [Moda Operandi]

D&G brings men’s couture stateside…

As Stefano Gabbana pointed out, “Nobody thinks about couture for men.” Until now. In Italy last fall, Dolce & Gabbana debuted a men’s couture line called Alta Sartoria, which enabled men to add bespoke pieces to their wardrobes. This fall, Alta Sartoria will become available in the U.S., as the line will be launched at the brand’s store on Fifth Avenue. [WSJ.]

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