John Galliano’s Margiela show today
The long awaited work of John Galliano for Maison Martin Margiela will be unveiled today at the brand’s couture show at 4:30pm in Westminster. Looking with a closer eye, Galliano’s peers realize how in tune the designer and the brand have been all along. Read more: WWD

La Dolce Vita star Anita Ekberg dies
Anita Ekberg, the Swedish-Italian actress who starred in La Dolce Vita has died at age 83 due to an undisclosed illness. The blonde bombshell stands as a symbol of glamour. Her fame skyrocketed after the film, with particular emphasis on her scene bathing in Trevi Fountain. Read more: Style

Frida Giannini leaves Gucci a month earlier than expected
A new chief executive officer has taken control of Gucci, pushing creative director Frida Giannini to exit sooner than anticipated. She has left just a week before the label’s men’s fall-winter show in Milan. The brand will release a statement later today on her departure. Read more: Business of Fashion

Fashion powerhouses add mentoring to their portfolios
The fashion industry is seeing its influencers stepping in as supportive mentors. Elle has released “a board of 43 female powerhouses who are joining forces to improve the lives of women—that’s you!—for the next 30 years” in its January issue, which includes designer Tory Burch, fashion publicist Sylvie Picquet-Damesme and former model Iman. Read more: New York Times

Golden Globes looks
Alexandra Jacobs talks the most memorable looks at last night’s Golden Globes. Emily Blunt in Michael Kors, Claire Danes in Valentino, Julianne Moore in Givenchy, Jennifer Aniston in Saint Laurent, Keira Knightley in Chanel and Lupita Nyong’o in Giambattista Valli couture were among the night’s best looks. Read more: New York Times

Text by: Libby Buck