Alexander Wang Hires Its First President; Stella McCartney’s Website Relaunches

Three looks from Alexander Wang's Spring 2011 collection. Photo: Imaxtree

Alexander Wang has named its first president: Rodrigo Bazan joins the five-year-old company from Marc Jacobs, where he was vice-president and general manager for Europe, the Middle East, and India. [Vogue UK]

Stella McCartney’s website got a makeover. The site now carries a larger selection of McCartney’s ready-to-wear, accessories, and lingerie, and there is also a section devoted to the designer’s tips on eco-conscious living. [WWD]

• People actually shopped yesterday! Cyber Monday sales were about 20 percent higher than last year. [WSJ]

• HSN is selling a line of undergarments called Ch'Arms, which look like Spanx for your arms. [Jezebel]

• Speaking of, Jill Zarin is launching a line of shapewear called Skweez Couture. [SheFinds]

• Rihanna wears a bustier and fishnets on the cover of British GQ’s January issue. [Fashion Indie]

Crystal Renn wears prosthetic cheeks and lips for a plastic-surgery-themed spread in French Vogue’s December issue (guest-edited by Tom Ford). Renn said, “When they were taking the cast of my face, fitting me for prosthetic cheeks and lips, I remember thinking this is why I do my job, for moments like this. After the shoot I took that very mask and asked Tom to sign it; it sits in my living room as we speak.” [Fashionista]

Jessica Stam wears a red jacket and poses against a blurry background on the cover of Russian Vogue’s December issue. [Design Scene]

• Hedi Slimane is publishing an anthology of his photography next March. He also has two upcoming exhibitions: one at the Almine Rech gallery in Brussels, and the other at Almine Rech's Paris outpost. [Daily Front Row]

Comme des Garçons size smalls are too small for Tavi, which means they must be really tiny. [Style Rookie]