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Hailey Baldwin’s Inprint Magazine Cover Shows a Chic Potty Break [Instagram]
We bet you didn’t know that going to the bathroom could be so glamorous. Hailey Baldwin proves she can make even the most grotesque activities look chic, posing for the cover of Inprint magazine while sitting on the toilet of the presidential suite at the Beverly Wilshire hotel with a lacy pair of panties around her ankles. (Dedicated Baldwin fans did not take issue with the backdrop of the photo, but rather the fact that the toilet seat appears to be closed.) The model was photographed by Pierre Toussaint for the fourth issue of the glossy, which is now available for preorder.
First Look at Topshop’s New Bridal Collection [Fashionista]
A first look at the new Topshop bridal collection, which was announced earlier this year, is upon us. The British retailer released images of five bridal gowns ($650-$1,500), 25 bridesmaids dresses ($150-$420), bridal footwear ($150) lingerie and accessories, all of which will be available on April 13. True to Topshop’s fashion-forward style, all of the pieces have a bit of an edge (cutouts, pleats, short hemlines) compared to more traditional wedding attire.
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The CFDA and the NYCEDC Are Investing $51.3 Million to Revamp New York’s Garment District [WWD]
The New York City Economic Development Corporation and the Council of Fashion Designers of America are joining forces to “stabilize and strengthen” New York’s garment-manufacturing industry. The two organizations are investing a total of $51.3 million in the revamp; that budget includes funds for new machinery and other new technology to help grow the sustainable fashion movement, as well as relocation costs for businesses that are willing to move to Brooklyn.
Armani/Silos to Open Larry Fink Exhibition [Pret-a-Reporter Inbox]
Armani/Silos, the museum in Milan dedicated to the history of the Italian fashion house, is opening a new exhibition dedicated to photographer Larry Fink. Titled The Beats and the Vanities, Larry Fink, the exhibition features 125 original black-and-white photos of Fink’s most famous subjects, including celebrities and various Hollywood social scenes. The show will be open to the public from March 29 through July.