Today’s Fashion Headlines: Kendall Jenner for Calvin Klein Underwear, Julianne Moore and Jason Wu for Key to the Cure, Jacqueline de Ribes Met Exhibit

July 8, 2015 • Fashion Blog, Fashion News

Kendall Jenner, Calvin Klein Underwear

Kendall Jenner for Calvin Klein

To one of the most well-known and followed people in the world, being photographed in her underwear is a piece of cake. Kendall Jenner will join the exclusive society of Marky Mark, Kate Moss and Justin Bieber, who have all rocked their Calvin Klein undies on billboards around the world. With the campaign slogan on each ad, “The Original Sexy,” these pictures promise to continue Calvin’s risqué tradition. “Calvin Klein originated sexy, and we’re going to reclaim, reimagine and reimage it,” said Melisa Goldie, chief marketing officer of Calvin Klein Inc. “We’re bringing together a powerful mix of women from all over the world to celebrate our heritage as a leader in the intimates category.”

Julianne Moore and Jason Wu for Key to the Cure

For its 17th year, Julianne Moore and Jason Wu are expected to be the perfect pair for this year’s Key to the Cure campaign. The 2015 installment will be the first time Saks teams up with Stand Up to Cancer, which fuels innovated cancer research through collaborations with leading scientists. The shirts modeled by Moore will go on sale on Oct. 1 in Saks Fifth Avenue stores and online via both the Saks and Saks Off 5th Web sites. All sales from Wu’s $35 shirts will benefit Stand Up to Cancer.

 Jacqueline de Ribes Exhibit at the Met

The muse to Yves Saint Laurent and International Best-Dressed List Hall of Famer, Jacqueline de Ribes, has expertly prepared for this fall’s Metropolitan Museum of Art exhibition in her honor for the past six months. Harold Koda, the Costume Institute’s curator in charge, knows better than anyone else how expertly she has prepared, as he has spent recent months combing through 1,000 pieces of de Ribes’ haute couture collection and her own designs. Considered by Valentino as “The Last Queen of Paris,” and considered by many more to be the epitome of Parisian elegance, de Ribes and Koda have pulled together 60 couture and ready-to-wear resembles that date back to 1959. “Jacqueline de Ribes: The Art of Style” will go on view at the Costume Institute’s Anna Wintour Costume Center on Nov. 19 and run through Feb. 21.

– Amy Donkel

Source & Photo: WWD


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