Skip to content, or skip to search.

Abercrombie Fined by Immigration Authorities; Pierre Cardin Returns to Runway

Daisy Lowe.

• Abercrombie & Fitch was fined $1.05 million by Immigration and Customs Enforcement for failing to prove some employees in one of its Michigan stores were eligible to work in the U.S. [WWD]

• Pierre Cardin’s label turns 60 today, and the 88-year-old designer is celebrating by throwing his first runway show in a decade. He’s a little embarrassed by the designs that are currently produced under his name: "Unfortunately, they [my licensees] produce very classic outfits for men. I wish they picked up my designs. Instead, they produce this fusty, bourgeois stuff. It drives me to desperation, because I bring them my original designs to copy. That is the purpose of their licenses. We really need someone to drum up new licenses there. They could make a killing, because my designs are very youthful. All you see is these old Hart Schaffner Marx suits for old men. It makes me ashamed to even look at them." [WWD]

• JCPenney plans to open 75 new stores in the next four years in the hopes of generating $1 billion in sales growth. [WWD]

Daisy Lowe: "Modeling is difficult and behind closed doors, I began to feel really insecure. People were going on about me having bad skin and I was beating myself up over every picture." [Vogue UK]

Dries Van Noten opened its first men’s boutique in Paris. Dries picked out the antique furnishings for it himself. [WWD]

• Bloggers Rumi Neely, Georgia Larsen, and Natalie Suarez to appear in Free People's latest look book. [Knight Cat]

• A women's NFL fashion line, "Fit for You" launches this week, with a campaign starring players and coaches' wives. [NYP]

• The Times' Jon Caramanica visited Ralph Lauren's Rhinelander Mansion for a round of Critical Shopping, where he was delighted to find dogs printed on everything from hunting pants to ties to socks. "So cute," he comments. [NYT]

• Liza Minnelli joked about how she looked so good on her new album cover. "Have you ever seen so much retouching? But I look swell. Sometimes I even fool myself into thinking that I really look like that!" she said during a performance the other night. [Page Six/NYP]

Photo: Dave Hogan/Getty Images

Copyright © 2013, New York Media LLC. All Rights Reserved. The Cut® are registered trademarks of New York Media LLC.

Copyright © 2013, New York Media LLC.
All Rights Reserved.

Copyright © 2013, New York Media LLC. All Rights Reserved.

Connections

Critics’ Pick
Show More
Label
Season
Model:
% Agree

Sponsored Message

More Celebrity Lookbooks

Close

    Sponsored Message Continue