He's launching a new label through Kickstarter.
Which would be "a stronger view of women that you see culturally right now." It makes sense, really!
"No employment offer has been made as of this date."
The position has been open for nearly a month now.
So much for the rumors.
This means Sarah Rutson will probably become the new women's fashion director.
She would replace Julie Gilhart, who was let go on Monday.
Whereas we had a swooning fit over the divine coat she was wearing.
For the last decade we've heard rumors of Anna Wintour's imminent demise, and yet, she's still running the show. Here's a rundown of recent would-be usurpers to her throne.
"I sort of feel like [designers] should just cut their losses and find another girl."