Today’s Fashion Headlines. September 27, 2011

September 27, 2011 • Fashion, Fashion Blog

Andre Leon Talley could be replaced on ANTM, Rebecca Minkoff has a baby and All Saints CEO steps down

Andre Out, Cutrone In?

“America’s Next Top Model” could be switching up their judges again. Sources close to the catwalk competition say Vogue editor-at-large André Leon Talley will exit Tyra Banks’ series after its 17th season wraps, and Kelly Cutrone may take his place. Reps for Cutrone, Talley and the CW did not respond to requests for comment.

Rebecca Minkoff Welcomes a Baby Boy!

The Minkoff household has a new member of the family! Fashion designer Rebecca Minkoff gave birth to her first child this past Sunday. Minkoff and her husband, Gavin Bellour, are the proud parents of a 6-pound, 14-ounce baby boy. Rebecca Minkoff posted a picture on Twitter of her actor husband and the baby, with the words, “The cutest family in the world.” Congrats!

All Saints CEO Steps Down

The British fashion retailer All Saints is on the prowl for a new chief executive officer. Out of the blue,  Stephen Craig abruptly stepped down Monday. “The current leadership structure is untenable given the lack of clarity of roles between the chairman, Kevin Stanford, and me and, as such, I now believe it is the right time for me to explore other more entrepreneurial opportunities,” he said.

Craig, who helped find new majority investors earlier this year after All Saints’ main backer, the Icelandic bank Kaupthing, collapsed, said he had no choice but to resign his post. Lyndon Lea, a co-founder of Lion Capital, which purchased All Saints along with Goode Partners, said it was a sad day for him. “I get along with them both. But it was like one of those marriages that ends after so much time spent in the trenches,” he said in a telephone interview. “They have not been happy working together since the sale.”

– Taneisha Jordan

Source: NY Mag & WWD
Photo: WWD

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