Dallas Welcomes Oscar de la Renta Exhibit
“Oscar de la Renta: Five Decades of Style” has come to the George W. Bush Presidential Library and Museum in Dallas, Texas. The exhibit includes 64 mannequins and features elegant evening gowns and day looks from 1967 to the present day. The showcased looks were worn by Laura Bush, Hillary Rodham Clinton and Nancy Reagan. Curated by Molly Sorkin and Jennifer Park, the exhibit will run through October 5th. The show is twice as big as last year’s “Oscar de la Renta: American Icon,” at the William J. Clinton Presidential Library in Little Rock, Arkansas.
Lady Gaga’s Second Fragrance
Lady Gaga is back in the fragrance business, announcing she has partnered her Haus Laboratories with Coty. The singer unveiled her newest scent, Eau de Gaga, will launch in time for fall. The woody-floral-citrus scent, it has notes of white violet, leather and lime. According to Gaga, the perfume is for “the adventurous woman and the man who loves her.”
Joe Zee Partners With Old Navy
Joe Zee, the former creative director at Elle and current editor in chief of Yahoo’s fashion site, is now also Old Navy’s style ambassador for fall. He styled the looks for the window displays, online advertising, magalogues and printed mailers for the “Fall in Love” campaign. “Being able to actually be so hands-on with the product and being able to play with it and style it in so many different ways was so much fun,” said Zee. The collection will launch September 2nd and will retail between $14.94 and $44.95. Zee is also featured in videos that will appear on Old Navy’s website and YouTube channel.
– Claire Mykrantz
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