In Alice Temperley.
And Coco Rocha reminisces about Vogue.
Dresses will go for $160.
Scrumpy n. A bottle of commercially produced strong cider from Cornwall.
A floor-length, black, lacy gown.
Plus, Karlie Kloss is on the cover of December's German 'Vogue', wearing lots of roses and crushed velvet.
Also, Charlotte Free wore a pink dress that matches her hair on the new cover of 'Wonderland'.
Plus, Nan Goldin photographs a peacock for Jimmy Choo and Alice Temperley praises the Middleton sisters.
The problem remains how to get its Fashion Week to be a full week instead of five days.
Also, Freida Pinto covers the August issue of 'Interview' magazine.
Designer Alice Temperley won't make it for the masses, despite the considerable profit potential.
"Before, models had that rock star life and it was all about going to the parties."
See Gisele in Italian 'Vogue,' Anna Dello Russo in '10,' Tavi in an ad campaign, and more from this month's issues.
Also, textile magnate Roger Milliken passed away yesterday.
Also, Burberry is launching an online customization service for trench coats so that you can basically design your own.
Sometimes the best new ideas are old ideas.
Also, Brad Goreski explains his wacky pronunciations.