Dover Street Market New York's New Kawakubo Installation
After closing for three days, the store has now reopened with a completely redesigned interior. The sales floor has more square footage, new designers and number of installations, including Kawakubo. Blood and Roses, a set of red paint and red looks from the Comme des Garçons spring collection is part of their biannual practice; Tachiagari, a made-up Japanese word by Kawakubo. Read more: WWD

Chloë Grace Moretz and Kid Cudi front Coach’s Dreamers Campaign
For the second instalment of its Dreamers campaign, which will run in March, Coach selected Chloë and Kid Cudi, they will be replacing Zoë Kravitz and Odeya Rush, Christopher Abbott and Banks, who starred in the fall campaign. The shots, captured by Mikael Jansson and styled by Karl Templer, feature black and white portraits of the stars alongside handbags from the SS15 collection. Read more: WWD

Louis Vuitton’s Series 2 Exhibition in LA
“LOUIS VUITTON SERIES 2, Past, Present and Future” will run from February 6 to 22 in LA. The multiroom exhibit will explore Nicolas Ghesquiere’s influences and inspirations for his SS15 Women’s ready-to-wear collection. Read more: WWD

Lacoste Announces New CEO
Lacoste recently announced a make-over plan to turn itself into a fashion-first brand. Now they have a new CEO to execute it. Taking the reins from José Luis Duran, comes Thierry Guibert. Lacoste hopes that Guibert’s record of transforming retail brands into luxury ones will help boost their label in the Luxury market. Read More: Fashionista

SNL Spoofs Justin Bieber’s Calvin Klein Campaign
Kate McKinnon plays a tattooed and hairless Justin Bieber in SNL parody of Calvin Klein’s latest campaign. The video pokes fun at the controversy around Bieber’s body and whether it was digitally enhanced. Also in the video, is Cecily Strong, playing model Lara Stone. Read more: NYDailyNews

Prada Feltrinelli Prize 2014
The winners of the second edition of Prada Journal, the literary prize for young writers, will be announced today at an awards ceremony held in Milan. The contest, launched in cooperation with Giangiacomo Feltrinelli Editore and Luxottica, is designed to bring fashion and literature together. At the core of this project is a range of optical frames developed in collaboration with Luxottica. Read more: Prada.com/journal

 

Text by Alexis Barron

 

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